Precautions for riding together
Many riders like to ride alone when they go out, and many riders like to ride together.
In most cases, we prefer to travel together, because there are many benefits of riding together.
What are the specific benefits? 1.
Riding together can encourage each other; If a rider can’t move, you can help him cheer up, which can not only improve his concentration and speed, but also enhance your friendship and open the window of friendship; 2.
Riding together can take care of each other when the rider has a flat tire; In a cycling team, there will always be three or two who become the king of tire burst for various reasons.
If you ride together, you don’t have to worry at all, because there will also be several riders who will always be ready with spare tires and tire repair tools in this team; 3.
Ride together without worrying about going home; When riding together, you don’t have to worry that you won’t be able to go home when you reach that remote place.
There will always be riders with their own navigation in the team; 4.
Riding together, you can see more different scenery; Why is it more different? Because where you go together, you can’t go alone.
Think about the scenes of several people crossing the deep forest mountain stream and one person crossing the deep forest mountain stream, which will be more pleasing to the eye; 5.
Riding together, you will find that your circle of friends is becoming wider and wider; Every time you go out for a ride, you will always meet riders with the same hobbies in different places.
You will find that there are more and more small partners riding together; 6.
Riding together will make your riding level higher and higher; There will always be fast riders in the team.
They will lead the way with the wind in front every time.
If you ride with them for a long time, you will find that your riding level has also been taken to another height.
Do not act alone.
Be sure to follow the team closely.
Do not leave the riding team without permission.
Other team members shall not exceed the first leader without the permission of the team leader, so as to control the speed of the team and ensure safety; 2.
Pay attention to keep the distance between the front and rear vehicles (one vehicle is the safe distance between the front vehicle and the rear workshop).
When going downhill at high speed, it is 20 ~ 25m.
Generally, single formation can be used.
When the road is spacious, double formation can be used; Avoid making unforeseen actions, causing the team members behind to be unprepared and have accidents (such as sudden change of line, sudden braking, etc.); 3.
When overtaking, you must first check whether there are incoming cars at the front and rear to avoid collision with the front and rear cars; Overtaking: overtake from the left and stop on the right; 4.
In case of any situation during riding, the team member needs to deal with it by himself or report to the team leader (such as falling things, flat tire, physical decline, etc.), he can signal the rear team member to overtake from the left.
If the rear team member wants to overtake, he should shout to inform the front team member, and overtake from the left after the front team member responds; 5.
Obey the traffic rules during riding.
Do not run the red light or ride against the rules; 6.
When passing by any stopped vehicle, a safe distance of more than 1.5m must be reserved to prevent the door from suddenly opening.
If the road is too narrow to keep enough safety distance, reduce the speed to within 15km / h; 7.
Pay attention to the community gate, unit gate and alley on the right side of the road, which are far more dangerous than the intersection; 8.
Don’t touch things on the road and around, and concentrate on cycling; 9.
It is forbidden to talk, laugh and play on the road, especially the chase between two people; 10.
Pickpocketing is strictly prohibited.
In case of a large uphill slope, it is better to push a cart up, and it is absolutely not allowed to pick up a motor vehicle; 11.
Try to avoid answering and dialing mobile phones and listening to Walkman when cycling; 12.
Do not drink too much…