Monthly Archives: August 2006

The politics of coverage

Matt Seaton writes in today’s Guardian about his excitement at the coverage of the Tour of Britain (ToB) this week. I’m as excited as anyone by it and will be going down on Sunday armed with my microphone and camera … Continue reading

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It was going reasonably well…

Sunday down at Eastway again, this time for a straightforward novice race. Apparently last week’s one was a fast race and so it wasn’t me being plain rubbish. By contrast the pace in the novice race was far more manageable … Continue reading

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Legs like a bag of spanners

I haven’t done anything more than ride gently all week simply because I still haven’t recovered properly from last Sunday’s brutalising. Either I’m still exhausted or my body has given in. I’m trying to figure out which race I should … Continue reading

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