Something for the turbo

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We caught up with Hans Flensted-Jensen, a Danish cyclist living in Oslo, Norway; about cycling in both countries, gravel, bike-packing, Dare Bikes, Uno X Pro race team, mid-summer riding through the night and building one of the most thriving cycling communities anywhere in the world, the Oslo Dawn Patrol. With its twice weekly rides they've had over 300 riders join, from glorious summer evenings to -16C in the winter - the Dawn Patrol always rolls.

Show Notes

We caught up with Hans Flensted-Jensen, a Danish cyclist living in Oslo, Norway; about cycling in both countries, gravel, bike-packing, Dare Bikes, Uno X Pro race team, mid-summer riding through the night and building one of the most thriving cycling communities anywhere in the world, the Oslo Dawn Patrol. With its twice weekly rides they've had over 300 riders join, from glorious summer evenings to -16C in the winter - the Dawn Patrol always rolls.

Hans' personal website
Hans on Instagram
Oslo Dawn Patrol on Instagram
Oslo Dawn Patrol on Facebook
Oslo Dawn Patrol on Strava
Oslo Cycling Project on Facebook
Hans is an ambassador or Dare Bikes
Oslo Gravel Grinder
Service Course Oslo
Uno X Pro Cycling Team

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