When you think about it, cycling is the ultimate race.
You’re racing against the clock, riding through the most dangerous parts of the country.
The intensity of the ride is matched only by the amount of adrenaline coursing through your veins.
You can sprint or race, but your focus must be on winning.
Cycling is the pinnacle of sport and a way to escape from the day-to-day grind.
It’s also the most physically taxing.
Cycling involves thousands of kilometres of training and a grueling amount of preparation.
To achieve the best possible result, cyclists must be mentally sharp, physically fit, mentally and physically focused and mentally tough.
The peloton is no different.
One of the most common myths about cycling is that it’s an all-or-nothing sport.
This is not true.
There are always exceptions to the rule.
There is always a winner and a loser.
If you’re a rider who is willing to give up, there’s a chance that you’ll end up in the lower echelons of the pelotons.
But there is also a chance you might end up winning a stage.
It doesn’t mean you’ll win the race.
It’s a tough road to conquer, but it’s worth the effort.
Cycling has changed the way we think about the world, and in some ways has changed how we live our lives.
The sport has also changed the lives of people, and we need to make sure it stays that way.
We have to embrace this new reality.
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