Tour de France Tipp #7
Jeder kennt die Situation:
Man ist mit #8000watt irgendwo in den Bergen unterwegs und @julien_ted_riganti hat alle Powerbars aufgegessen. Zum Glück gibt es Alternativen im französischen Supermarkt 🥖🍷🍑
Happy Friday guys . Since I have began a #shimanorider I haven’t stopped. I am completely passionate for cycling . The @rideshimano bike is so light that I completely the triathlon in an amazing time . It has been miles of riding . I have been riding from Wales, Brecon Becons to London, Cardiff, Swansea, Brighton..... The disc brakes have given me the confidence that I need when braking, especially in the wet.. The days on my bike has been beyond on expectations full of exploration. 🚲@ridley_bikes @rideshimano
Gear - @pearlizumiuk @pearlizumiofficial
Helmet- @hjcsports @extra_uk
The Whole Enchilada. This aptly named trail starting out at around 11,000 feet covers just about everything. With a short climb at the beginning, most of the 34 miles is spent descending down out of the La Sal Mountains to the town of Moab first through pine forest, then through aspen forest, then brush country and high desert and finally the famed red slickrock before finishing at the Colorado River. This is not the hardest trail in Moab (that would be the “Portal” and you can’t pay me to ride that donkey path) but the #BlisteredSpit Highs and Lows crew drew some funny looks from the bike shop employees we asked about the trail. The consensus seemed to be that it was a bad idea but if we did it bring at least 5 liters of water and start at 6:30 am. Only two of us started the trail and only one, @kristian_leif, succeeded in making it all the way. For anyone wanting to go ride Moab in the summer I suggest you get a job hauling hay as it seems to be a solid conditioning program!