What It Takes To Ride 280 Km A Day Indoors: Rupert Guinness On His Vraam

Late this past Sunday night, cycling journalist (and friend of CyclingTips) Rupert Guinness stepped off his bike in a Sydney car showroom and called an end to one incredible ride. He’d just spent the past 12 days riding on a stationary trainer as part of the Virtual Race Across America (VRAAM), the online version of … The post What it takes to ride 280 km a day indoors: Rupert Guinness on his VRAAM appeared first on CyclingTips .

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