Category Archives: Racing

The real thing

For a while now we have been riding around the deserted streets of Worthing on a Tuesday evening. Over the winter it kept the legs going fast and provided some endurance interval work for the rest of the time. It … Continue reading

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South Down’s Way here we come!

Are we ready for the South Down’s Way? Maybe. Am I ready? No. No, but I would never be. There is always something else that I could do.  Bike, kit and body are on a diet. The tyres have been … Continue reading

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Wake up call

I rode the Hove Park Crit yesterday. Bad ride! I felt nervous and weak and had no strength on the climb. I rode a near perfect race keeping out of trouble and safe near the front but each time that … Continue reading

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It’s all starting to come together

It’s all starting to come together. The sun is out, it is getting warmer and this last week I felt strong. I don’t train, haven’t done for years but I do try to ride wisely. By wise I mean not … Continue reading

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What a difference the wind makes? Or lack of it!

I rode my Wilier Cento Uno again yesterday and whilst I have been raving about the 3T Ergosum shallow drop bars on the De Rosa Merak the fact that the Ritchey Logics drop lower probably makes me faster. Low is … Continue reading

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BeerBabe’s Guest Blog: Taking Part in the Gulbergen24 MTB Race

Judy McNeill and husband Roy travel to Nuenen (Holland) for the Gulbergen24 MTB Race. What do you do with dis-used land fill sites? You ride mountain bikes over them of course! What else! We had travelled to Nuenen, Holland for … Continue reading

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Testing two sets of wheels in one day

This week end presented me with a dilemma. My Cento Uno was finally up and running (thanks Paul) and I had a set of Fulcrum Red Wind 50mm carbon wheels screaming at me to be tested. Also there was a race on … Continue reading

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