Cycling in a group: get it right!

Don’t let differences in fitness or strength sour a riding relationship. Rebecca Charlton suggests a few quick tips to create cycling harmony on your Sunday ride

Challenge Your Fitness Not Your Friendship

Challenge Your Fitness Not Your Friendship

14th October 2010   Words: Rebecca Charlton   Photos: Rupert Fowler, Andy Jones

Whether you’re the fittest in your regular riding group, dishing out the pain, or the person who tends to be on the receiving end, drifting to the back when the hammer goes down, you’ve probably been in the situation where you’re riding at a wildly different pace to your mates, and it’s not ideal.

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