Photo: olympics.ca

Photo: olympics.ca

Glaciers, veganism and theoretical mathematics. An interview with Jasmin Glaesser.

Lots going on here, and thus a dramatic decrease in the time available to create content. With that in mind, I hope you won't mind if I once again redirect you to an interview I did for Manual For Speed. This one is with Rally Cycling's Jasmin Glaesser, and through it, we learn about her taste in glaciers, photo supply stores, veganism and theoretical mathematics. Enjoy!


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REGIONS THAT HAVE SHAPED COLOMBIAN CYCLING: BOYACÁ

An unusual amount of Colombia's professional cyclists come from this high plain northeast of Bogota. Why is that? What makes this place to special in regards to cycling? 

 

To worship at the altar of martyrdom

Through its tumultuous past, and its extreme interpretation of Catholic iconography Colombians developed an insatiable taste for martyrdom and spectacle

Choosing to forego revenge

An interview with Rigoberto Uran in which he discusses the difficult and painful path that led him to cycling, including his father's assassination while out on a Sunday morning training ride in his native Urrao 

HE trafficked arms, smuggled emeralds and threatened to break Laurent Fignon's jaw

Jose Beyaert, the first Olympic road champion, lived a life as full and amazing as the place where he chose to live it.


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