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    Limar Helmets

    The TORQ Track Team don’t do compromise and that’s why we use Limar Helmets to both train and race in. 

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    Pikes Peak

    What better mountain in Colorado for TORQ Fuelled Mike Cotty to start with than the 14,115ft / 4,302m high monster known as Pikes Peak? 

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    Sally’s a Winner!

    A deservedly happy TORQ Fuelled Sally tells how she feels having proven she’s in top form at her first race of 2016 – the Lanzarote 4 Stage MTB – updates us on her goals for this season and confesses her love for the new TORQ Chew Bars…                                                                                 Photo courtesy of Idunabicis    

    The first race of the season is always a good test of winter training and preparation. 

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    Whyte Enduro Team

    Sam Shucksmith is the reigning UK Gravity Enduro Series Champion and for 2016 joins the TORQ-Fuelled, Whyte Bikes Gravity Enduro Racing Team alongside his new job as a Design Engineer for Whyte Bikes. 

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    Atlantic Crossing!

    London IT engineer and extreme swimmer, Michael Ventre, will use TORQ Nutrition during his bid to raise millions for the charity, Oxfam, by swimming 3,800 miles from New York to London – a feat which has never been attempted before. 

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    Monte Zoncolan

    Starting 2016 at the opposite end of the alphabet, join Torq Fuelled Mike Cotty as he climbs the mighty Monte Zoncolan and questions his sanity. 

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    Großglockner

    The Col Collective’s final video of 2015, and what could be a better way to finish up the season than a ride to the foot of Austria’s most iconic mountain, the beautiful snowcapped Großglockner. 

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    Col du Glandon

    Once upon a time, there was a guy who though it would be fun to ride 677km non-stop from Évian-les-Bains to Nice across the heart of the Alps. 

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    Mont Ventoux

    After three days in the Pyrénées, The Col Collective was back on the road for a late night drive to Bédoin in anticipation of taming the mighty Mont Ventoux. 

    Checking the forecast continually, secretly praying to the weather gods to be kind to them, Mike and the Col Collective team knew they only had one day to try and bring this mythical mountain to life. 

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    Col du Tourmalet

    The beauty of this mountain is knowing just how many tales it holds, from old to new, as you trace your way towards the 2,115 metre summit, making it the highest road pass in the Pyrénées. Take a moment to watch the video and experience a little of the Tourmalet magic with Mike and the spirits of legends. 

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    Col d’Izoard

    Although the north face of the Col d’Izoard may not have had quite as much of the Tour de France limelight as its southern ascent, don’t let that little piece of trivia misguide your judgement towards this mythical mountain. 

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    Col de Peyresourde

    Despite pinning Mike to the road during the 2007 Etape du Tour, he still has a special affection for the Col de Peyresourde. 

    As one of the oldest climbs in the Tour de France, first featuring in 1910, starting from the spa town of Bagnères-de-Luchon, the Col de Peyresourde is a deceptively tough ascent.