“I regularly ride a 36er, for almost 4 years now. For my RTL qualifying rides, the only thing I planned was to ride as much as I could along water. I live on an island after all!
Each of the two days, I ended up rolling around 90 km on beautiful cycling paths. The weather was great and I felt more than happy to be in a good shape, so I could really enjoy riding the distance. Over all, I didn’t pushed myself too much and had almost no muscle soreness. So the next morning I still took the uni for my commute ride.
For me, the challenge on RTL will be to go through that kind of distance 5 days in a row, at a racing pace. It’s going to be epic, riding with so many long distance unicyclists at the same time!
See you there!