Group Riding Etiquette For Triathletes | How To Ride In A Group

Published on September 2nd 2018


Knowing how to safely and efficiently ride in a a group is great for training. As more and more draft-legal triathlon races appear, it's important to know group riding etiquette and the rules of the road. Subscribe to GTN: Check out the GTN Shop: As triathletes, we normally talk about how not to draft off another rider but, in this video, we’re actually going to tell you how to! Traditionally, triathlon races are non-drafting, meaning you must follow the rules of keeping your distance from other riders. But, there are more and more draft-legal races popping up that actually allow you to ride in a group so the skill of group riding is becoming pretty important. Riding in a group is also great for training and allows you to have fun with your mates whilst keeping a higher average pace than you would be able to on your own. However, if you want your friends to ride with you again, it's important that you know the unwritten rules and etiquette for riding in a group! If you enjoyed this video, make sure to give it a thumbs up and share it with your friends. 👍 Submit your content here: If you'd like to contribute captions and video info in your language, here's the link - Watch more on GTN... 📹 Clip On Aero Bars Vs Drops | Which Is Faster For Your Next Triathlon? - 📹 Draft Legal Triathlon Racing | Everything You Need To Know - Music: Epidemic Sound Motor Town - Da Tooby So 90s 1 - Jan Chmelar Photos: © Triathlon / Getty Images