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    Ok not sure if i have linked this right (and if its been posted before) but a really good film IMO.
    Not sure i have the stamina to sign on but a worthwhile trip maybe (over 7 days) Anyone done it?

    Premier Icon Blackflag
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    Ohh ta. Will watch that later. I did an MTB trip many years ago to the atlas mountains with Exodus. It was amazing.

    qwerty
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    velocipede
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    Look forward to watching that later on today – thanks!

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    butcher
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    Not sure i have the stamina to sign on but a worthwhile trip maybe (over 7 days)

    Even 7 days would be a huge effort. The top 10 were still rolling in around the 6 day mark, and dozens after that, all looking completely ruined. Those at the front of these races are just machines.

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    Thanks for that. Makes me want to cycle there, looks amazing!

    Not sure I’d want to race that though

    Premier Icon johnnystorm
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    I appear briefly at the start (Out of focus and behind someone else talking!)

    It is/was *really* hard and certainly something I enjoyed more once I’d finished! 😉

    If you’re thinking of doing it then February is a great time to go, the weather was excellent.

    Bike-wise, take an XC hardtail. Sure, you can do it on a gravel bike but you’ll be quicker on a 29er!

    My write up:

    PEdALED Atlas Mountain Race 2020

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    Study in how to make an interesting project look dull and a bit Hipster.

    They appeared to  walk the only interesting downhill bit…

    that seems to be a thing with bike films. Recently watched for the Love Of Mud about CX and the pace, music and structure made it feel like an obituary not a celebration. Nine Mountains which was shared on Cycling Tips is also spectacularly awful (the project fails on it’s own terms by about the 2nd mountain…)

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