Driving is enjoyable. Racing needs to be enjoyable. However after the Canyon Belgian Waffle Experience, Pete Stetina needed to make a change.
“There’s a brand new breed athletes selecting to transition away from the established order,” reads the Wahoo Health episode description. “They’re forging a brand new frontier in skilled sport.”
On this episode, rider Pete Stetina talks about transitioning into gravel racing from the World Tour street racing scene. Stetina, who received the Belgian Waffle Experience in 2019, determined to make a change quickly after, to return to his roots of why he rides.
He’s nonetheless motivated, nonetheless in form, and nonetheless critical about profitable races however is transferring towards the gravel way of life.
“There’s much more to the bike than simply train — it’s the exploration of freedom,” stated Stetina. “With racing, it turns into standardized. I wanted an outlet … one thing new.”
So what does that imply for this rider? It means racing with mates, driving by way of his hometown, and residing life — on his bike — to the fullest.
This episode of “Wahoo Frontiers” was produced by Ansel Dickey, Nick Keating, and Matt Porter.
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