How do you handle it?

I had put my Mason ISO together with water bottles on the inside of the frame, I had even started to think about putting a frame bag on it.... and then I realised....I should take everything out of the frame

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Camille McMilllan
Hunter

Hunter has recently got into VTT, he has grown up in the Mountains, they don’t faze him, he just rides up and down them.  

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Camille McMilllan
First Sector

This first sector is gravel and tarmac, following the river Hers, where the racers will have a view of the mountain. It’s imposing, coming at you slowly. Further than it looks.

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Dead Ends

Apparently there is a chapel at the top that is dedicated to Saint-Barthélemy. This was once a Christian pilgrimage, which included spending the night at the summit and attending the sunrise of August 24th.

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Camille McMilllan
Pedals

Flat pedal desire is often felt when I am sitting on the floor still clipped into the pedals after not getting unclipped in time.

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Camille McMilllan
Which Path?

Further is about all terrains, but finding a balance between them. Blurr all cycling disciplines ... it’s not a MTB race, it’s not a Road or Cross race. This is an adventure race.

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Race

The Ariège is less populated than it was before World War one. The land use has changed, meadows have been lost to the woods and roads eaten by nature. The wild has returned.

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Forks

The early TdF has much common with our modern way of living and working and how we are starting to view the bicycle. The age of passive Television is over, we live in real time, social media, Instagram and Twitter. Cycling is going full circle.

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Camille McMilllan