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Overcoming Imposed Cycling Limits

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Breaking Free from the Spokes of Self-Doubt: Overcoming Imposed Cycling Limits The wind whips through my hair, sun warms my face, and my tires hum a lullaby against the asphalt. Cycling is freedom, a symphony of rhythm and motion. Yet, sometimes, the melody is marred by a jarring dissonance – the discordant strum of self-imposed limitations. There it was, yesterday, on the familiar hill climb. My legs, traitorous twins, seemed leaden weights, refusing to propel me further. Doubt, a familiar serpent, coiled in my gut, hissing whispers of "not today, " "too steep, " "too far. " How often had I surrendered to its venomous pleas, turning back, the summit a tantalizingly unkissed peak in the distance? But yesterday, something shifted. Perhaps it was the defiant glint of sunlight off a fellow cyclist's handlebars, her resolute ascent a silent rebuke to my hesitance. Or maybe it was the memory of past victories, the sweet burn of co

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