São Paulo, Brazil 23.366406° S, 46.610622° W

Vicky de Sá and Eloïse Morhange

Like many of the world’s great cities, São Paul, Brazil can be an intimidating place to ride a bike. So when it comes to getting the miles in, cyclists Vicky de Sá and Eloïse Morhange prefer to start their rides a short drive outside the city center.

They're joined by their Fuga Cycling Club teammates on a time trial up the Roseiras climb, where they get a chance to disconnect from the chaos of São Paolo, find their own space and test themselves.

And while an uphill segment can mean competition – with yourself and with those around you – that’s not its only aspect. What is a leaderboard if not a group of people joined by a common interest? Fuga Cycling Club is a celebration of all of this: Wins that are big and small, and a community built by getting better together.
Like many of the world’s great cities, São Paul, Brazil can be an intimidating place to ride a bike. So when it comes to getting the miles in, cyclists Vicky de Sá and Eloïse Morhange prefer to start their rides a short drive outside the city center.

They're joined by their Fuga Cycling Club teammates on a time trial up the Roseiras climb, where they get a chance to disconnect from the chaos of São Paolo, find their own space and test themselves.
And while an uphill segment can mean competition – with yourself and with those around you – that’s not its only aspect. What is a leaderboard if not a group of people joined by a common interest? Fuga Cycling Club is a celebration of all of this: Wins that are big and small, and a community built by getting better together.

“If it’s not fun, it’s not worth it.”

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