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My-short-Taiwan KOM Journey

My-short-Taiwan KOM Journey

I got the email on a Thursday: “want to race in the KOM?

King of the Mountain in Taiwan is a 105 km road bike race, entirely uphill–that’s from 0 to 3,275 meters.

With less than three weeks to train, I headed to Taiwan to ride along some of the best road cyclists in the world. Read about the brief training, and find out how I did in these action-packed blogs for Canadian Cycling Magazine!

Follow the pain trail below! 

The pain begins: cram training

Facing my fear: it’s only a big mountain

The day before the race: nerves

The final day: surprise! 

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