Here’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, that’s right. He rode all 192 miles (308 km) through the Pyrenees on a bike that doesn’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.
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