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Old 2017-12-18, 09:15 PM   #461
Join Date: Jul 2015
Location: Duiven, The Netherlands
Age: 44
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Originally Posted by Moron View Post
I had been riding a 36er for about a year, then spent about 4 months seriously training for the distance. I got to where 50-60 mile rides were (relatively) comfortable and then had a chance to complete a century as part of a large organized ride.
But why did you do it? Because you want to prove to yourself you could ride such a long time? How much more of a kick does it give when you can already ride 60 miles? You've proven that you can ride. At some point, riding a uni becomes as easy as riding a b*ke. The only difference being that riding a uni gives a better feeling of course, which makes peeps addicted. Nevertheless I will never feel this urge to ride 100 miles or 100kms for that matter.
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