does/can club ride etiquette realistically be transferred to social rides of people who ride together less often and with more varying abilities? should it?
I've never ridden in that way and would be nervous doing so if requested. not to say it's not a good way of riding, just saying that, for me. I think I would like to learn/practice though, to feel comfortable doing so. but it's a bit of an abstract "would like to".
every time the leaders rotate, it becomes 4 abreast for the duration of the changeover, it's not mentioned but would seem to take some skill and judgement to know when is the right time, and what to do if other vehicles/road conditions become less than ideal mid-change.
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