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Our Bunch rides have been running since 2004. They have had the reputation of being fast, organised and fun. Sitting on the back of the bunch this morning and watching the lack of organisation and etiquette was disheartening and scary and then to witness a 10 rider pile up on a busy dark section didn't surprise me at all!
If you are on the front of Riders Choice it is your duty of care to make sure you have the safety of the whole bunch in mind. We do not want the reputation of our rides being "every man for themselves" To all the riders that came down this morning we hope you are ok.
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Margaret GollagherUhoh that doesn't sound good, hope everyone is ok1 week ago
Brett StapletonTotally agree mate if you are on the front and passing other riders or rolling up to a roundabout with blind entries just ease off the gas a bit so stopping distances are reduced if the bunch needs to stop in a hurry. At the end of the day though guys in the bunch nees to look after themselves, look 4-5 riders in front instead of the rear wheel in front, always give yourself somewhere to go in case someone comes off in front, etc.1 week ago   ·  12
John ClarkI don't think many even know HOW to look 4 or 5 riders ahead Brett. Head down studying power, staring at the wheel in front or even studying their bottom brackets seems to be the standard way to ride these days. I hope those who crashed are OK.1 week ago   ·  7
Andrew SturmanI have only done a few group rides in all of my cycling, not going to attempt a choice ride because I am not fast enough. But I do not do group rides is as I have been dropped and been left to try and find my own way back, not easy when you are unfamiliar with the route.1 week ago
Barry ElmslieWe came across the Riders Choice group and discussed at our coffee, no one is perfect but good on you for saying it Hope all are OK1 week ago
Mark CastleI hope everyone is ok and recovers well. I think this is a good time to reinforce that the RC Rides including the 06:00/06:15 Sat ride are "our" rides, and it is up to the regulars to keep it safe and have a word to the "blow ins" and riders who just hop on along the way, to ride in a manner that keeps us all safe, and ask them to leave if they are riding in a way that poses a risk to the rest of the group. My opinion is that it is really rude to hop on a ride along the way, disrupt the ride, and then disappear before getting back to Cranked for coffee. Either you are part of a ride, or you aren't. If you are a risk to the other riders you should be asked to leave. Obviously new riders are welcome, and as always we have welcomed guest riders and mates of regular riders.1 week ago   ·  1
Patrick WoodsI've just watched the crash section on the Fly 6 where the crash was, and nothing stands out whatsoever. From what has been said this morning by people involved, the crash was due to a rider not being aware of a slower rider on the left, and coming down. The truck that came past gave plenty of space, and following that, there was a huge gap in the traffic, so it can only be a lack of awareness. To blame the people at the front of the ride for a crash 30 yards back is unfair, as they are watching the road in front for hazards. It is everyones responsibility to watch for and call slower riders and road hazards. I ride near the front of the group for the simple reason, the back of the pack is too risky and this is always where the crashes are.1 week ago   ·  3
Maurice BergerHope all are ok - those in the crash and those around! In a group we look after ourselves but we also must be aware of each other and the surroundings.1 week ago   ·  2
Kylie ThorntonNever nice to hear about crashes so speedy recovery to all !1 week ago
Mark AnastasasI don't agree with the guys in a bunch need to look after themselves comments. If you ride in a bunch you need to look after your fellow riders. You don't ride at a slow cyclist and then veer out the way at the last minute, you should be calling out obstacles on the road and cars approaching intersections/roundabouts. Group rides are NOT quasi-organised races they are exactly what the name implies, a ride where the safety of the group is paramount. All it takes is a little courtesy, some good communication and following some road rules.1 week ago   ·  6
Brett StapletonHi Mark and Mark I've been doing bunch rides since the early days of the Papas ride around 1992 and can count on one hand the number of times I've crashed on a bunch ride. I like my version1 week ago   ·  2
Brian SaundersWith all due respect, people need to take care of themselves and be aware of what's going on around them, group ride etiquette is to point out hazards to other riders, but when group rides turn into smashfests this concept is left behind. Time and time again, slower riders and riders that don't have the same level of skill as the faster riders 'drop in' at slower points or when stopped and actually create more of a hazard to the group by putting themselves in a position they can't handle as well as other riders around them. We all have to learn the craft, all riders must consider the other riders safety as much as their own safety. Looking well ahead even cruising at 40+kph is each riders responsibility, if attention isn't paid to this basic fundamental of group riding, accidents will happen.1 week ago
Brian SaundersHope all who crashed are ok.1 week ago
Oliver MannThe crash directly resulted from inattention/ overlap or rider skill...BUT speed, poor light, single lane road, traffic & other slower riders significantly contributed. Had the group slowed to suit the conditions it would have been a lot less likely to have happened. I think RC is just asking riders to be aware of sketchy situations and think of the group.1 week ago   ·  4

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