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Guillaume Chaumont tackled the infamous Inca Divide ultra-endurance race, described as “the highest, most difficult, yet most beautiful ultra-cycling race in the world.” In 2019, only 12 riders finished. This is Guillaume's story of the Inca Divide.
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When you’ve already got a garage full of bikes, you might wonder why there’s always the need to have one extra bike to make the collection “complete” (at least for a few years).
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The minute we hit “save ride,” people can comment on our rides, give us kudos for our effort, and see all of our statistics. Does it feel a bit deflating to ride 99.9km instead of 100, or to see your average isn’t 30km/h and “just” 29.8?

The Greater Tokyo Area is the most populated area in the world with more than 37 million people. It is not a road cyclist's dream. But despite its huge population, cycling in Tokyo proved to be a great way to discover the city if you don’t want to travel via the trains underground.

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An invitation from our Japanese dealer Tokyo Wheels to tackle the most difficult climb in Japan is an invite that couldn’t be refused. Being “gifted” by genetics with a fast biorhythm and a very low Body Mass Index, climbing is the part of cycling I like most. I was quick to reply: challenge accepted!
With our event, Peloton de Paris Roubaix, only a month away, Vince and I went out to recon some of the highlights to the event. He calls them the "hidden gems": climbs (some cobbled) and pieces of road that the big famous races never use, probably because they aren't technically in Flanders. 
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In the weeks leading up to De Ronde van Vlaanderen, there is all sorts of hype on every channel. Cycling news pages are covering every spring race in Belgium, trying to separate the favorites from the rest of the peloton. Brands are watching closely as their teams establish themselves as forces to be reckoned with come that magical Sunday. Riders are in a whirlwind of races, sometimes multiple times per week, from the end of February to mid-April.