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  • Harry Says “Just get on my wheel and you will be alright!”
  • Harry Says “Put in an extra loop down the coast road”
  • Harry Says “Ride your bike!”
  • Harry Says “Just a steady 2 to 3 hours”

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Will i get left behind if I'm too slow?

No, we always aim to ride as a group and make a point of looking after new or novice riders.

There may be occasions (mostly in the summer) were people might attack a hill on a ride but the group will always re-group at the top and wait for all riders. The same goes for punctures - we wait, regroup and at least make sure the rider has the option of carrying on or making their own way back. The exception to this is during the summer 'chaingangs' - if riders are unable to maintain the group's pace they will be dropped, it's how all chaingangs work and it's surprisingly fun!! (and great motivation to get fitter)