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The best way to solve all these problems is to just ride by yourself, old numero uno. But no man is an island, and group rides are their own special kind of fun. At MO, we definitely do our fair share of group rides. Here’s what we’ve learned about the things most likely to go wrong, and what you can do to ward them off ahead of time.
Read more about the Top 10 Things That Go Wrong On Group Rides at Motorcycle.com.
 

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Went on a group ride this past saturday, about 20 of us or so. We headed down the super slab at about 85mph riding 2 up when all of a sudden one of the lead bikes suddenly loses total power. Needless to say, even though we had a decent amount of distance between us it was a case of "How good are my brakes". If you can picture in your minds eye, it could very easily have been a disastrous "pile-up". Turns out the clown in front hit his kill switch and didn't know what he did. Everyone reacted accordingly, and we all were able to continue without even coming to a stop. Lesson learned? - keep a safe distance between your bike and the one front of you. Total miles rode that day was 554! :grin
 
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