4. LEAVE SPACE
Nobody likes it when another rider rides their back wheel. Leave enough space between each rider so people can stop safely if the person in front of them crashes or stops suddenly.
5. STOP AND SESSION
Group rides are an amazing way to improve your skills. If there is a section of trail you’ve always struggled with ask for pointers from riders that can clean it. Watch other riders tackle the obstacle, and take into account their body position and line choice. Then, try it and ask for feedback!