Cycling: 24 hours against the fragile self


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Mountain bikers from Krumbach, Deisenhausen and Weißenhorn master Europe’s biggest long-distance races – and report on where the greatest challenges are.

Sitting on the bike for 24 hours to be as successful as possible is a great achievement in itself. Third place in Europe’s biggest 24-hour mountain bike race is a great achievement for the Epson Zanker Racing team. Especially since Thomas Hofmann, 51, from Deisenhausen, Klaus Dukek, 39, from Weißenhorn, Franz Gutmann, 26, from Krumbach and Florian Lahner, 25, from Krumbach, compete in the same jersey for the first time in the 24 hours Duisburg.

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