Singletrack Magazine Issue 118: Staying Ahead, Being Last

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Rachel Sokal spends a day with the British cross-country queen to talk all things Olympics, baggies, cake, and why if you’re not riding cross-country, you’re missing out on the fun.  Words rachel sokal Photography olly townsend When I first arranged to meet Annie, we planned to go for a bit of a ride for some fresh air and photos before heading to a café for a chat. As our meeting date neared, I began to question the sanity of this plan – a quick spin with the fourth best female cross-country rider in the world was going to seriously humble...

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