Wenzel Coaching “Get Faster” Club Code of Conduct


As a member of the Wenzel Coaching “Get Faster” Club I will:

  • Have a bicycle in good working condition including functioning brakes.
  • Wear a helmet whenever riding.
  • Obey all applicable traffic laws including stopping at stop signs and red lights and using approved hand signals for turns, slowing and stopping.
  • Ride predictably to traffic and other road users.
  • Call out road hazards and other dangers to other cyclists when in a group.
  • Call out and pass other cyclists only when it is safe to do so.
  • Not cross or overlap wheels with another cyclist unless passing.
  • Not ride under the influence of any substance that impairs my abilities.
  • Heed the ride leader’s instructions on any Wenzel Coaching ride.


As a member of the Wenzel Coaching “Get Faster” Club I will:

  • Act in a friendly manner on the bike.
  • Recognize that as a participant in club activities and when wearing the Wenzel Coaching “Get Faster” jersey that I represent Wenzel Coaching to other cyclists, government officials and the general public.
  • Avoid confrontation with motorists, other cyclists or pedestrians even if they are in the wrong.
  • Keep my Wenzel Coaching kit in good condition.

Good sportsmanship

As a member of the Wenzel Coaching “Get Faster” Club I will:

  • Respect all other cyclists.
  • Refrain from the use of foul language, obscene gestures, physical or verbal abuse or malicious actions towards any person and/or any lewd behavior.
  • Obey the rules of sanctioning bodies such as USA Cycling or USA Triathlon when participating in sanctioned events.
  • Abide by anti-doping provisions as established by the UCI, WADAUSADA or the USOC.

This code cannot comprehensively address all possible scenarios. Rather it should function as a standard of behaviors implemented along with common sense and the principle of what a reasonable person would do in a similar situation. It is the intent of Wenzel Coaching and the Wenzel Coaching “Get Faster” Club to promote good will, fitness, and safety for all.