10 Flat Bar Bike Checks: BC Epic 1000

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As the riders prepare to set off on their 1000km ride around British Columbia, all eyes are on the weather forecast. Luckily (or unluckily, depending on your perspective) for you, you’ll be dot watching rather than bug swatting or melting in the heat. These ten riders have all opted for a flat bar/mountain bike set up rather than a drop bar/gravel bike option. But there’s still plenty of room for variation of set up, preparation, and goals. Let’s take a look – starting with the set up of event organiser(ish), Lennard Pretorius. Lennard Pretorius 2013 Kona RaijinWhy this set up?...

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