-Robert Morley and Maurice Evans-
Over 100 years ago, the bicycle rode alongside horses and wagons. From that small beginning came an industry that continues to grow today. Cycling gives one the opportunity to travel a long distance in a single day for transportation or fun and fitness. Bicycle designs have changed over those years, to meet the changing needs of cyclists. It wasn’t long before competition and personal satisfaction were reasons to get on your wheels and go. As road surfaces improved, a cyclist could travel 100 miles in a single day, further than any other mode of land transportation available.
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There is more to Marathon training than you might think. It is not just a case of going out every day and doing a run around the block and perhaps doubling up and going twice round the block at weekends. This will start to build up your STAMINA , but what you need for a Marathon is stamina and ENDURANCE. If you hope to not only finish the run, but to do so in a reasonable time, then you will need to embark on a training schedule that includes Stamina, Speed and Endurance techniques. Training for Running Marathons does not necessarily mean that you have to run miles and miles.