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BACK TO BASICS - GROUP RIDING
by Jerry Palladino (MOTORMAN)
Often times I see large groups of motorcycles of 15, 20 or 30
motorcycles or even more. Generally, they are spread out over 1, 2 or 3
lanes. The riders towards the rear find themselves having to at times
run red lights to keep up with the group. There is no reason for this.
For safety's sake, it's best to keep the group at no more than 6 riders.
If you are all going to the same place, what's the difference if one
group arrives moments behind the other group. If you have 10 riders,
split it up to 2 groups of 5 riders, etc. Always ride in staggered
formation and make sure everyone is aware of the route you are going to
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