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Bicycling

Issue 1 2020
Magazine

BRYAN BANDUCCI, JAPAN, My most memorable rides are always long, single-day epics with friends and teammates— dawn to dusk, as far and as difficult of a route as we can dream up. Any hard ride over 100 miles with a group of friends achieves a feeling of camaraderie that is unmatchable. also: Carbs and eggs are good for before, during, and after, ATMO.

AARON GULLEY, WILD WEST When I was doing a lot of the endurance mountain races—which can be pretty tough, with days on end in the saddle and your body and mind falling apart slowly—someone told me, “If you’re suffering, you’re never going to make it anywhere. But the suffering is a state of mind.” Basically, we get to choose the experience we have out there. Even if it’s tough, it should be enjoyable. If it’s not, stop, get off the bike, and figure out what’s troubling so you can get back on and ride comfortably and enjoy the experience. also: To motivate myself, I find some gratitude. I tell myself, “You don’t HAVE to be on the bike. You choose to and get to.”


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Frequency: Every other month Pages: 104 Publisher: Hearst magazines Edition: Issue 1 2020

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  • Release date: November 28, 2019

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Health Lifestyle

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English

BRYAN BANDUCCI, JAPAN, My most memorable rides are always long, single-day epics with friends and teammates— dawn to dusk, as far and as difficult of a route as we can dream up. Any hard ride over 100 miles with a group of friends achieves a feeling of camaraderie that is unmatchable. also: Carbs and eggs are good for before, during, and after, ATMO.

AARON GULLEY, WILD WEST When I was doing a lot of the endurance mountain races—which can be pretty tough, with days on end in the saddle and your body and mind falling apart slowly—someone told me, “If you’re suffering, you’re never going to make it anywhere. But the suffering is a state of mind.” Basically, we get to choose the experience we have out there. Even if it’s tough, it should be enjoyable. If it’s not, stop, get off the bike, and figure out what’s troubling so you can get back on and ride comfortably and enjoy the experience. also: To motivate myself, I find some gratitude. I tell myself, “You don’t HAVE to be on the bike. You choose to and get to.”


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