2 min min read - June 10, 2019
That may be the main question. It would be quite valid if we spoke about past events in my life (as mentioned in Priorities blog post). But this time I mean my 600-mile cycling challenge in August.
I think it's not about proving anything to be honest. If at all, then maybe proving myself that I can stick to the plan and execute it, but in terms of endurance adventures, I did it already. It's not proving myself I can do more than a mortal can do, an average of 100-120 miles per day with proper training before is something most the people should be able to do. My reasons for doing it are totally different.
And it's not about fundraising, but I do appreciate if my effort could be turned into supporting someone.
There are few very basic reasons to go for a week-long ride just by yourself:
Those five things can later help in everyday life:
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Before I dig into the problem, I need to admit that to some extent I'm a hypocrite. Where I'm totally against and disgusted by call-out (or cancel) culture I may be responsible for participating in it. When I publish a video on YouTube of a driver (cyclists and pedestrians don't have number plates, therefore they stay anonymous) I kind of name and shame them, call them out, even if I'm fully sure they did something wrong, dangerous and worth pointing out. Tho I may have to rethink that, even while writing this entry.… read more…
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