Monthly Archives: September 2011

What an eventful day’s riding?

I had to go to Portslade yesterday morning so took the only viable means of transport, a bike. It took 55mins to do the round trip including the stop to pick up a new indicator for the van – totally … Continue reading

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What a week?

It started with the fear that one of our friends might not make it. Then, as the days moved on, our hopes turned from whether he’ll live, to will his head be OK, to will has leg be OK to … Continue reading

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One new cyclist but another is injured

Yesterday should have been a day of celebration. My son was going away to university and he, for the first time ever, said that he wanted his bicycle. It was with joy that I rode it into work to give … Continue reading

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Ride with pride!

I posted a comment on Facebook yesterday reminding cyclist to be proud to be British. The girl’s have dominated the Downhill World Cup this year, we have two DH World Champions in Danny Hart and Manon Carpenter. Our girls have … Continue reading

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Whyte 829 review

At last I got my hands on the new Whyte 829. I was lucky enough to have had a go on a prototype back in May but I couldn’t tell anyone about that. This time I can. I expected to … Continue reading

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