Adrenaline Junkie: Vittorio Brumotti’S Addiction To Risk

It’s evident that cycling is a dangerous sport: clashing shoulders in sprints, skimming across slippery cobblestones and plummeting down twisting, technical descents bring a indisputably high level of risk. Yet Vittorio Brumotti takes things to a completely different level. Most of the danger in cycling is a by-product of the conditions of racing, rather than … The post Adrenaline junkie: Vittorio Brumotti’s addiction to risk appeared first on CyclingTips .

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