The Dutch Headwind Championships Is Cycling’S Silliest, Most Spectacular Race

Forget the Herald Sun Tour, Langkawi or Valenciana – there was just one race you really needed to pay attention to last weekend. Raced along a gruelling 8.5km course, plotting a straight course down a storm-surge barrier in the southern Netherlands, the sixth annual Dutch Headwind Cycling Championships (NK Tegenwindfietsen to its friends) was held … The post The Dutch Headwind Championships is cycling’s silliest, most spectacular race appeared first on CyclingTips .

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