"If you're riding in a group and approaching a climb, remember two things: 1) If you're on someone's wheel when they get out of the saddle to climb, it is likely that their speed will slow down just enough for their bike to jolt backwards, so leave an extra bit of room to be safe. 2) Similarly, if you decide to get out of the saddle, be sure to have one extra strong pedal stroke right before you stand up to prevent this from happening to the person behind you." —Elle Anderson, 25, LadiesFirst Racing Elite Team
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