The British women's pursuit team has the backs of their male counterparts in the Olympic village.

You  see, after watching the men's pursuit squad win its third straight gold medal in the discipline on Friday night, the women tacked up a note on their door directing the men to their room _ you know, just in case they celebrated a bit much.

British rider Owain Doull snapped a picture of the sign, which was probably a wise idea considering Bradley Wiggins also was on the squad. He famously posted all kinds of photos on social media of him living it up the night after winning Olympic gold in the time trial at the 2012 London Games. 

The women's pursuit team needed their rest, too. They were riding against the U.S. for gold on Saturday night.