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Knowing your rivals in running and riding

By Christopher Cudworth Rival.  It’s probably not a word most of us think about all that much. So it helps to look at the definition of the world to know who your rivals are, and why they might be important … Continue reading

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Which is the harder sport, running or riding?

Let’s have a little debate here. Which is the harder or more difficult sport, running or riding? The arguments could start with the basics. Going Solo 1. In running you cannot coast. Every step you take is one of self-propulsion. Yet … Continue reading

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