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Friday Tip: Riding two abreast

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Published 8 November 2013


Our latest Friday tip from the British Cycling Insight Zone comes from Madison-Genesis professional cycling team manager and Tour of Britain stage winner Roger Hammond.

 
Riding two abreast is commonplace on club rides and sportives, giving a really rewarding experience, spending time with likeminded friends who want to train and improve. In our exclusive video, Roger Hammond highlights the finer points of group riding, honed after years of racing in the spring classics. Watch the video:

Video: Riding Two Abreast Guide

British Cycling members can also access a video guide to riding through and off. Watch the video:

Video: Through And Off Guide

Every Friday, we'll be publishing a tip from the British Cycling Insight Zone, which is the home of training advice from the same experts that helped Sir Bradley Wiggins, Chris Froome and Mark Cavendish achieve success.

Next Friday we look at what is for many the most enjoyable part of cycling; descending.

Riding two abreast is commonplace on club rides and sportives, giving a really rewarding experience, spending time with likeminded friends who want to train and improve.


Read the full article here.