Beginner Biking Plan

Follow Fitness Expert Gin Miller's training guide to get your body on your bike and back in shape.

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Take turns following closely behind your fellow rider, trying to get within a foot or so of his or her rear wheel.
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Drill Two

Take turns following closely behind your fellow rider, trying to get within a foot or so of his or her rear wheel. Then switch positions so you lead. "Cyclists often ride in packs, especially during long rides, so it's a good idea to become comfortable with someone right in front of you or right behind you," Bausch says.

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