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Unless you come with a group or meet on onsite, it can be hard to apply some of the best practices for safely riding in a group at an event like the Oyster Run, where there’s no set starting time, route, or “leaders.” Maybe you can form or join an ad hoc group to choose a leader and follower, arrange riders according to ability, run through a system of signals and so on. But if you can’t do that…
Be sure you bring everything you need with you:
Take frequent breaks, but don’t overindulge in alcohol.
Enjoy yourself—and stop in to say hello at the Eagle Leather booth.