Issue 142 FNY Hunt: A Seismic Event

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Hannah Collingridge looks at the events scene and asks what bike races, bike gatherings and their organisers need to make them fun (again). Words Hannah Collingridge Photography Joolze Dymond Having recently been roped into helping with some bike events, I’ve been musing about what makes a good event, what turns it into a special weekend away and, can fun ever be combined with hard racing?  First, let’s look at an event that’s primarily fun, before seeing what can be taken from it and applied to other events. FNY Hunting It’s the end of October in the Tweed Valley and it’s...

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  • seriousrikk
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    A great article throughout – but agree with that last paragraph so much.

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