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The city of Canmore located in Alberta, Canada
will horde a 2012 universe 24-hour solo championships on 14 September. For the
event proclamation American continuation icon, Tinker Juarez, visited a snowed
in venue.

Earlier, organizers of
the solo 24-hour world’s hosted a competition to ‘Train with Tinker, Cory Wallace
and Leighton Poidevin.’ And as partial of Juarez’s revisit he, a 4 competition winners
got on their highway bikes during a Ascent Performance Lab in Canmore along with
Wallace and Poidevin, to start training with a benchmark still bike time-trial.

Juarez pulled divided from
the organisation early on, and hold on for victory, while 24 Hour veteran, Leighton
Poidevin of Canmore, cruised in for second place. The eventuality valid an opportunity
for everybody to see where they mount subsequent to Tinker who is now logging 30
hours of training a week, with visit 6 hour prolonged rides on a roads
surrounding his home in Whittier, California.

After a test, Tinker
and Cory Wallace any climbed aboard a dogsled and dueled it out on Main Street
as partial of a Canmore Winter Carnival festivities. Wallace, a reigning
Canadian 24 Hour Solo Champion from Jasper, Alberta took a win with Tinker
finishing tighten behind.

On a run

Later on that evening,
fans and associate racers from a 24 Hour racing stage collected during a Drake Pub
for a ‘QA’ event with Tinker, Cory and Leighton.

The topics of the
discussion, included: 29ers contra 26ers, nutrition, pacing, lighting systems, seeing
things in a dark, and a domination
of Australian supplement Jason English who has won a 24-hour solo world’s twice.

Everyone sitting in on
this contention held a singular glance into a minds of these 3 elite
endurance riders. And they all left with some discernment into any other’s
strategies for this year’s universe championship showdown.

Juarez found a new teammate for a travel dogsled races

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