Video: Cyclist Conquers Pyrenees on a Fixie

Hereโ€™s a video that the cyclists amongst us will be able to appreciate. It features rider Patrick Seabase as he rides an exhausting mountain stage from the 1910 Tour de France on a fixie bike. Yep, thatโ€™s right. He rode all 192 miles (308 km) through the Pyrenees on a bike that doesnโ€™t have any brakes or gears. Just watching him struggle to go up the slopes is enough to make my legs tired, and going back down had to be a scary affair as well. To find out more about Seabase and hi amazing ride, check out this interview he did with Red Bull.

Kraig Becker