Nature Versus Nurture: Pro Cyclists Are Born, But Also Made

In the peloton at this year’s Vuelta a España are brothers Gorka and Ion Izagirre and Jesús and José Herrada, cousins Dan Martin and Nicholas Roche, and twins Adam and Simon Yates. These riders are but a few names on the extensively long list of families that have populated the pro peloton over the years. … The post Nature versus nurture: Pro cyclists are born, but also made appeared first on CyclingTips .

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