Probably not. If you’re riding on a roadway, then the maximum allowed to ride “abreast”, or parallel to one another, is two. You must also revert to single-file if you see a vehicle that intends to overtake/pass your group. If you’re riding in a shoulder or a designated bike lane, you may have two or more people riding parallel so long as the lane/shoulder is sufficiently wide to allow safe passage for all riders. However, when you’re passing/overtaking someone or something in the lane or shoulder, then the group must pass single-file. VTL § 1234(b).

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