Worldtour Pros, Aero Bars, Empty Podiums: What Was The Fuss At Dirty Kanza?

“This event put me to my limit. My eyes hurt, my toes were numb for three days, I was rationing water sips in the last hour. I view it as a survival race more than a bike race.” Those are the words of Trek-Segafredo’s Peter Stetina – a WorldTour pro who knows a thing or … The post WorldTour pros, aero bars, empty podiums: What was the fuss at Dirty Kanza? appeared first on CyclingTips .

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