From Big Miles To Tiny Wheels – It’s All On The Spectrum

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If you’ve followed Greg’s riding, you’re probably used to seeing him gobbling up the off-road miles, probably wearing lycra, possibly sleeping in a ditch. So when we saw him hopping around on a trials bike, we weren’t sure whether this was just a side to him we’d not previously seen, or whether he was having a midlife crisis. What could possibly take a rider from one end of the bike spectrum to the other? Greg tells us what’s in it for him – and maybe what could be in it for you. I’m not a naturally talented rider. Not when it comes my bike handling skills at any rate. Point me up a steep hill and ask me to ride up it with only one gear, breathing out of whatever orifice I can get air in through, sure, I can do that. You want me to that for a day, no problem, which hill? Ride from Banff to Mexico as quick as I can, sure, no issue. Point me down a steep descent with lots...

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