Issue 143 Hans Rey: Lasting Legacies

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Hans Rey learns from new hotshots and old legends to work out his place in mountain biking’s legacy. Words & Photography Carmen Freeman-Rey Looking back on life can be a funny thing, thankfully we have a knack for forgetting the bad and our recollections are sometimes viewed through rose-tinted spectacles. Sometimes we had a solid plan, sometimes we winged it. Talking to Hans Rey, it becomes apparent that his long-spanning career was never just down to luck, there was plenty of forethought – mostly he had a plan, but sometimes he had to wing it too. An example was when...

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