With the Winter Olympics on the horizon, we can now look ahead to the next big challenge: The ribbit.
It’s a sport in which every rider has their own unique blend of skill, speed and speed-to-angle ratios that can be used to beat other riders in a race.
The first and only ribbit competition took place in London, in December 2016, with a total of 638 riders competing.
There are currently more than 10,000 ribbit racers around the world.
This is not only a big deal for the athletes involved, but it is also a huge market for the companies involved in the sport.
Companies like Alstom, BRC and Europcar have all put their money behind the sport and the number of racers has risen by more than a quarter.
Ribbit racing has already taken off in the United States, where the sport has taken off and is now the fastest growing sport in the country.
It also shows a promising trend towards the development of new technology and the potential for the sport to be integrated into our everyday lives.
We are also seeing the development and adoption of technology that is used in other sports, such as triathlon.
A lot of people in the US and UK are excited about the possibility of being able to race with each other in a more organized way.
That’s a very exciting thing for the industry and the sport in general, and it’s something we should continue to work towards.
So what are you waiting for?
The next ribbit race will be taking place in a couple of weeks, on the 25th December.