Many cyclists take it for granted, but learning how to ride in a group properly not only can help you reach your training goals but also improve your safety on the road.
In this video, Robert Panzera of Cycling Camp San Diego shares his thoughts on the importance of effective group riding and tips for maintaining a steady training pace when cycling with a group.<!-- Start of Brightcove Player --><!--By use of this code snippet, I agree to the Brightcove Publisher T and C found at https://accounts.brightcove.com/en/terms-and-conditions/. --><!-- This script tag will cause the Brightcove Players defined above it to be created as soonas the line is read by the browser. If you wish to have the player instantiated only afterthe rest of the HTML is processed and the page load is complete, remove the line.--><!-- End of Brightcove Player --><!--<br><br><p><strong>Related Articles:</strong></p><p><a href="http://www.active.com/fitness/Articles/5-Upper-Body-Exercises-to-Do-With-a-Resistance-Band.htm">5 Upper-Body Exercises to Do With a Resistance Band</a></p><p><a href="http://www.active.com/fitness/Articles/4-Exercises-to-Sculpt-Your-Upper-Body.htm">4 Exercises to Sculpt Your Upper Body</a></p></body></html>-->
Robert Panzera, MA, is a USA Cycling Certified Coach-Level 2 and NSCA Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. He is the president of Cycling Camp San Diego (CCSD), which specializes in week-long training camps for serious cyclists of varying abilities.