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If you need to stop, other than an emergency, you need to notify the leader. Simply pulling off and stopping goes against the group effort and it's dangerous.
A little bit of common courtesy goes a long way.

Lee
Tinley Park, IL
Friday, July 27, 2018
I'm a relatively new rider; double-whammy with some groups—they think my Spyder belongs in the back; however, my lack of experience makes me a very poor choice for sweep, but they still relegate me to the "back of the bus." Next group ride, no way!

Elizabeth Barnett
Calgary, AB, Canada
Wednesday, June 27, 2018
I obtained my motorcycle endorsement in 2007. I just recently started riding in groups. It is so much fun. I enjoyed the article.

Can you suggest the best way for a group to pass a semi truck?

I tell the leaders that I appreciate accommodating me. I realize that it is an extra concern to take on someone who is inexperienced. I find people to be fun, helpful and encouraging.

Linda Jablonski
AZ
Monday, March 12, 2018
Editor Response
Great question, Linda. We will put it out to our readers, who surely will have plenty of opinions and ideas about how a group should pass a truck.

Ride safe!
Tricia Szulewski, Associate Editor
Perfect messages!

Michele Wierzgac
Tampa, FL
Tuesday, February 6, 2018
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