Have you ever dreamed of riding your bike across the world, visiting unknown regions, meeting new people, and seeing all of the wonders from the unique perspective that only a bicycle can offer? Rob Lutter lived that dream. He spent almost four years cycling around the globe and documenting his adventures through incredible photography and captivating words. Halfway through his trip, and in need of a new ride, Rob picked up a Felt hardtail mountain bike and rode it for nearly 25,000km across Asia, Australia, the Americas, and Great Britain. His journey was incredibly inspiring, and to glimpse the incredible destinations to which he traveled, and to hear his own words about his transformative journey, is equal parts jaw-dropping and awe-inspiring.
Rob is working on publishing two books that chronicle his adventure aboard two wheels, which he aims to fund via a Kickstarter campaign. You don't want to miss it; it might just change your life.
Triathlon is a demanding sport, in so many ways. Setting your racing goals is vital to success, but so, too, is learning to balance your multi-sport lifestyle with every other facet of your daily routine. This is especially true for working professionals and those with families. Here are some tips on maintaining that balance.
Triathlon racing is unlike any other sport in the world. Its special rewards come with an equally unique set of challenges. But for those new to the sport, the journey can seem daunting. Here are five tips that all beginner triathletes should know before starting out, and that are relevant for veteran racers, too.
As the world bands together to curtail the global COVID-19 pandemic, individuals and communities around the world are adjusting to new ways of life. Here is a list of five fun things that cyclists and triathletes can do to spend their time during this global period of social distancing.
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