ICC Women

A Story of Winter Resolution

Winter in Scandinavia has a tendency to feel more like a period of hibernation. Time passes slowly as the seasonal greyness bleeds from one day to the next. This year's inability to follow the annual migration patterns to warmer regions have left some falling into a state of dormancy; following the rhythm of daily life and awaiting the return of spring. Others have embraced the stillness of winter, escaping the rhythms of our lives and seeking adventure out on the road.

Winter in Scandinavia has a tendency to feel more like a period of hibernation. Time passes slowly as the seasonal greyness bleeds from one day to the next. This year's inability to follow the annual migration patterns to warmer regions have left some falling into a state of dormancy; following the rhythm of daily life and awaiting the return of spring. Others have embraced the stillness of winter, escaping the rhythms of our lives and seeking adventure out on the road.

With the hopes of soon returning to group rides, the women behind the ICC Copenhagen have spent the start of the year in a closed circle, training and preparing for the coming season. The Longest Month, the challenge Pas Normal Studios has posed to the global cycling community, has provided an opportunity for these four women to begin their preparations for the summer and escape the stillness of winter.

Escape the normality of winter. Learn more about the Winter Resolution - The Longest Month challenge and push yourself to ride as much as possible in January.

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Winter in Scandinavia has a tendency to feel more like a period of hibernation. Time passes slowly as the seasonal greyness bleeds from one day to the next. This year's inability to follow the annual migration patterns to warmer regions have left some falling into a state of dormancy; following the rhythm of daily life and awaiting the return of spring. Others have embraced the stillness of winter, escaping the rhythms of our lives and seeking adventure out on the road.