Wendy and Ian Miller at one of their cycling race. IT is about living life to the fullest for Westville couple Wendy and Ian Miller as they prepare for their seventh Amashova race. Apart from sharing a home and children, the couple share the same interests, which has led them to six successful Amashova races and many other cycling races.
The couple said they were introduced to Amashova through their love for outdoor activities, including cycling. Recalling their first race, the Millers said they were determined to go for their second one the following year.
“Our first race was the 65km race, which we did not find challenging. As outdoor people, it was a short distance, which made it less challenging. With all our races after that, we have tried to do more so we can enjoy the race and still find it challenging. We enjoy uphill routes as this is more fun and challenging,” they said.
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The couple said cycling together has been a thing for them. “We enjoy keeping fit and healthy, and cycling is one of the sports that offers the best way possible to do that. The cycling community is filled with warm and good people. We have participated in many races, not just the Amashova. We do all these races together, and with Amashova, we take a selfie together at the beginning of the race and at the end,” said Wendy.
Ian said they do not train for […]