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Old 2019-07-02, 03:32 PM   #16
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It is only when I wanted to participate in the Dutch Championships that it was important to ride 20km for training. The downside is that at some point I might feel it to be a drag and don't want to ride that long. Now that that is behind me and I see unicycling as a way of exploring the area, it can easily happen that I ride 20km without noticing, just because Im doing it for fun. I even once did 10km on a trials uni, because... well it felt good and was easy, even though I might have busted my knees with that stunt
So I reckon you shouldn't set too high targets that will make you lose interest in riding.
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