Gravel, rocks and bears!  Matthew van der Boyle struggles in the American desert

Gravel, rocks and bears! Matthew van der Boyle struggles in the American desert


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The vegetarian cyclist has a YouTube account in which he publishes videos of ways ordinary people do not burn their hands. In The Impossible Route Episode 3, he rides with mountain biker Jeremiah Bishop and Albacen-Phoenix rider Edward Anderson over gravel, through reeds, over impassable roads and over areas where no one normally rides.

The trail for the trio ran nearly 1,300 miles and from Glacier National Park to Dayton National Park. From the state of Montana to Wyoming via Idaho. That too in just five days. Four of the five levels are more than 200 km. Without rules, because everything revolves around survival. Sometimes it really is, because at one point Anderson and his comrades saw a bear on the road. Even if they have bear spray, they choose to run fast. “I was scared,” Anderson said.

One of the three riding executioners is Red Mountain in Montana. Eighteen percent of the average rock climbing is a type of sharp rock climbing. “I don’t know how to explain how I feel, but I never get tired,” Anderson said four days later. “It’s a lifetime experience.” This is different from the Circuit de Vallini and Ruta del Sol, the American riding road races from the Alpsin-Phoenix this year.

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