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In a week rocked by tumultuous world events, Sean and John are joined by Scott Purchas from Girodilento to talk about the world changing topic that is, riding your bike indoors…

Inspired by a few comments on twitter by Sean, as he noticed some tweeters were not even tough enough to ride their turbo trainers in the garage as it was a bit cold (!) we decided to take a look at the reasons for riding your bike without going anywhere.

As ever we delve into the tech, useful mods and hacks and insult half the world’s population on the way.

Hopefully this will be part 1 of 2 as we plan to research and then produce a deeper show on this topic covering the digitalisation of exercise and society as a whole and what this means for our lives on and off the bike.

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