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New found Respect for the Elites

justalby justalJun 28th 2014
Following my race in Kitzbuhel for the European Champs last week I took a ride up the Kitzbüheler Horn, the same hill that the Elites raced up last year.

I had quite an adventure on the way back down with both my tubes exploding in spectacular fashion due to the heat build up from the brake block (Read my full report here)... But, the ride up was amazing and now that I've done it I have some newfound respect for the elites who raced up it last year... It's certainly a proper hill and racing up it must have been mad.

Al.
New found Respect for the Elites
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