Spanish Bikepacking Diary Day 12

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Amanda and Rhys are nearing the end of their journey from Barcelona to Malaga, and continue to avoid the passing snow storm. Today’s destination: Granada. Catch-up: Day One Day Two...

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Amanda Wishart

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Amanda is our resident pedaller, who loves the climbs as much as the descents. No genre of biking is turned down, though she is happiest when at the top of a mountain with a wild descent ahead of her. If you ever want a chat about concussion recovery, dealing with a Womb of Doom or how best to fuel an endurance XC race, she's the one to email.

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  • Sandwich
    Full Member

    Those breaks every 5 minutes were a good idea. I find very high speed descending mentally draining and there have been some ‘interestingly poor’ line choices made on some occasions on long alpine descents. Throw in some cold/wet and it gets very exciting indeed.

    matt_outandabout
    Full Member

    Two lucky escapes for Amanda – not getting bucked off the bike and avoiding 2700m of climbing….!

    anorak
    Full Member

    Great series, thanks Amanda!!!

    ampthill
    Full Member

    Granada, been there in my bike too

     Are we nearly there yet? What these can go wrong?

    hightensionline
    Full Member

    Mmmm, padrons.

    Those rumble strips look brutal. Well held!

    Pauly
    Full Member

    Missed this update @amandawishart!

    Thanks again for an enjoyable read.

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