Tension is one reason. Gigs are desirable and exciting, but you know you are being judged, and you may feel tense and nervous. Psychological tension can result in physical tension, and this can make your hands cramp up.Another reason might be that your endurance is challenged to a greater degree in a long gig than in the shorter times you play when you are just practicing. This causes you to be fatigued, and this could cause your hands to cramp. Be sure to warm up your hands before playing for an audience.This post is here to help you find your way in the clusterfuck that is the cycling calendar, where every other race is named in weird Euro-speak, a race called Driedaagse De Panne (“Three Day Race De Panne”) is actually a one-day race and a race that started in the 1960’s is considered pretty new.
You can find a calendar of races at the highest level
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