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Near the end of January, B’yauling Toni, an 18-year-old from Saskatoon rolled into his hometown. He had ridden for 206 days, through 16 countries and a total of 30,804 km. Upon completing his ride, he has become the youngest person to bike around the world unsupported. Canadian Cycling Magazine web editor Philippe Tremblay spoke with Toni a little more than a week after he had finished his trip. The rider speaks about equipment choices and tells stories of falling ill, herding sheep from a motor bike and eating fresh goat tongue.

For Full Send/No Send, Dan Walker and Matthew Pioro try to decide what level of disrepair is OK for a winter bike. They also talk about Peter Sagan’s book and Oleg Tinkov.

Peter Glassford is back with Ask a Coach. He discusses strength training for cyclists. Check out his Anywhere Core routine.

This past September, the Development Team Sunweb announced some new signings, which included Ben Katerberg from Courtenay, B.C. He’s the current junior road and time trial champion. At the start of this year, the 18-year-old rider moved to the Netherlands. One thing he learned early on is that he’s been saying his surname wrong.

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