Join Date: Jan 2009
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No, you're not making a big deal out of nothing. One of the basics of a group ride is to maintain a steady pace. Unless, you're race training, which at those speeds you probably are not. Chances are that it may be nothing more than slower riders coming to the front of the group as others rotate back. That, or hilly terrain could be playing a role. To give you an idea of what some groups are after. A group I rode with in florida, which is particularly flat, expected pace to be maintained +/- .2 mph. It was your job to pull off the front when you could no longer maintain pace. Some folks could spend quite a while at the front, some would naturally rotate back without spending anytime pulling, most were somewhere in between.
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