Best (And Worst) Things About Being A Pro Cyclist

The dream of riding your bike for a living comes with many perks

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Being A Pro Cyclist

Best: You get to go commando to work every day. Worst: The saddle.

“Pro cyclist” is a dream job for many of us. You get to race in glamorous locations, compete in legendary races like Paris Roubaix and the Tour de France, and spend a lot of time traveling the world. Basically, it’s your job to ride your bike every day. So whether you’re just dreaming of it, actively chasing that dream, or if you just love cycling, here’s the pro peloton verdict on the best (and worst) things about being a pro cyclist courtesy our friends at the Global Cycling Network.

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