Safety is for both you and others riding with you.

Take a minute to read the safety notes below so you and other will enjoy your riding!

Important Notes for Bicycle Saftey:

  • Start means ready to roll/ride time.
  • Bicycle safety is our number one goal.
  • Bike Helmets are required.
  • Do not overlap wheels.

Communicate what you are doing to other and being a courteous is important:

  • Make sure that the rides you are with know what you are doing and where you are.
  • Call “rider up” and “rider back”.
  • Let people know when you are passing them with either “on your left” or “Good morning”.
  • Let the people you are riding with know if you are slowing.
  • If you are leading/pulling signal when you are going to the back of the line.
  • If you are the last one in line and the leader is rotating to the back let them know that you are the last wheel by calling out “last wheel”.
  • When entering an intersection let the other riders know if the intersection is clear or yell “stop” or what is appropriate.
  • Make sure that other know what you are doing if you are going out of the pace line. Communicate!

* Speed: We ride from 16 to 24+ mph depending on lots of factors but “no one left behind”. Groups: C 15-18, B 18-20 and B+ 20-22 average while in the pace line.
* Remember to bring enough water.
* Think about warm up and cool down. Think about stretching before and after your ride.
* You burn about 600 calories an hour and need to have enough food to replenish or bonk.
* We are a social riding group who is dedicated to riding and friendship. We are not a club, there are no members, no dues and rides are open all.
* You are riding at your own risk.

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