How To Ride In A Pace Line | Cycling Group Ride Tips

Published on February 13th 2019


The fastest a group of cyclists can go is when riding in a pace line, also called riding through and off or riding in a chain gang. In this video, we'll show you how to efficiently share the workload in a group to mean you can ride as fast as possible! GCN Winter Sale - Up To 50% Off: Subscribe to GCN: Register your interest in the GCN Club: Submit your content with our new uploader: Join our Facebook community: The single pace line Riders are in a single line, taking 20 seconds or so on the front and then drifting all the way to the back of the line. Pro teams will use this technique for team time trials. The double pace line Riders form a continuous chain motion where once a rider is past the front wheel of the rider they're overtaking, they will peel off. Remembering not to surge in a paceline is very important to not anger your riding buddies. Do you ever ride in a pace line with your group? Let us know in the comments below. 👇 If you enjoyed this video, make sure to give it a thumbs up and share it with your friends. 👍 If you'd like to contribute captions and video info in your language, here's the link - Watch more on GCN... How To Hide On A Group Ride 📹 Music - licensed by Epidemic Sound: Da Tooby - Boom Bap Jazz 1 Martin Landh - Cool Down 1 Da Tooby - Mile Soul Da Tooby - Reminisce 2 Axel Ljung - Summer Nights 2 Da Tooby - Trilla 1 Anders Bothén - Waster Education 3 Photos: © Velo Collection (TDW) / Getty Images & © Bettiniphoto /