Eatough Announces Retirement

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Pro endurance mountain biker Chris Eatough recently announced he will retire after the 24 Hours of Moab in October. The 34-year-old Maryland-based racer is the six-time 24 Hour Solo World Champion and subject of the documentary, 24 Solo, which detailed Eatough’s bid for a seventh world title. Eatough’s last race, the 24 Hours of Moab, will also serve as the 24-Hour U.S. National Championship, a title Eatough has held five times. 

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