Get prepared for your first. All the content you need to start your ultra distance journey is here (tutorials, tips, tricks and stories from our team and BikingMan veterans).
You’ve made up your mind and are willing the catch the ultracycling wagon, pushed by that desire to discover more of the world, more of yourself. But before the D-day, a first journey is necessary: getting prepared.
The following ressources are meant to guide you through this process, helping you defining and creating your bike, finding and fitting the necessary equipment, adjusting your bike to your body, your fitness and your race objectives.
There is a lot more than just pedaling to reach the finish line of an ultracycling event. From the random punctures and mechanical issues, to the multiple pains that can appear on a long distance ride, to the challenges of the weather conditions and elevation, to navigation and refueling…
Bikepacking over ultra distances features many aspects you will have to overcome, not to mention the mental strength to get through all this.
So follow along to learn how to cope with these.
You have accomplished your first objective, reaching the finish line? Now it’s time to take the next steps and build on this experience to learn and develop even more.
Whether physically, mentally, logistically or technically, there are plenty of areas where you may want to improve. These segments are meant to help you identify where and how you can leverage your riding.
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