The Length Of Suffering: A Gravel Rider’S Unlikely Pursuit Record

Supported by Two years ago Ashton Lambie was a shop mechanic in Lawrence, Kansas, a gravel fiend, the fastest man to ride 430 miles across his home state. On Friday, he became the fastest man in history to ride 4,000 meters around a velodrome. The post The length of suffering: A gravel rider’s unlikely pursuit record appeared first on CyclingTips .

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