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This rider tends to be slightly overweight (sometimes more than slightly), has full pro team kit in unflattering white for their body type, talks like they’re a top sprinter (which excuses their lacklustre climbing). They tend to go on training camps for different reasons from the other types you’ll encounter and rarely go with a big group of people they know. This is part of the plan, so that their heroic riding, demon descending and general all-round pro-like training camp performance can be talked about in the same terms as an angler talks about how big their fish was. Often the tales will be vastly exaggerated on return to the cold north lands and without any credible witnesses, the tales of bravado will be boosted again at next year’s training camp, and so it continues, only with a new full set of next year’s white pro team kit. These individuals rarely perform very well, so if you’re looking for an easy day choose a bunch of these guys to go out with. They’re easily spotted by immaculate kit and pro-level bikes under the UCI weight limit, even though they’re all carrying at least 15kg excess body weight.
|Total Time||2094h 1m|
|Total Elev Gain||554,239m|