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Marcus Gough
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It's me ain't it....
It's me ain't it....

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If you're up for a European sportive that's a bit less obvious but no less challenging - read on.
Ariegeoise 2017 - A rider's review
Ariegeoise 2017 - A rider's review
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Ariegeoise 2017 - A rider's review
The short story, for those short on time or patience,  is simply that the Ariegeoise was and is a bloody French cyclosportive and you should register for 2018 as soon as you possibly can. The End. The full story, for those with the time and inclination for ...
Ariegeoise 2017 - A rider's review
Ariegeoise 2017 - A rider's review
thirtysomethingcyclist.com
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Hammerhead Karoo is shipping. No, really!
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Hammerhead Karoo - They're only bloody shipping the things!
Production spec Karoos before leaving the factory Since the campaign for Karoo kicked off and people started giving their trust and wonga to the company, there's been a lot of chatter about whether karoo was real, if it is will it ever make it to production...
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The Hammerhead Karoo is imminent people. Get ready to twist off your Garmin and twist on the Karoo.
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Hammerhead Karoo - On its way to a handlebar near you
The Hammerhead Karoo Once upon a time, I loved my Garmin. I still use it nearly everyday and, running a cycling business , I rely upon it more than I really care to admit. The thing is though, the latest Garmin cycling GPS's have been....well a bit shit rea...
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What? I somehow missed the next free release of Hitfilm Express 2017 - time to make some videos!

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Great ride for the ladies on our road cycling holiday yesterday, taking in Najac (and the hills around it!) in preparation for today's 112km & 1770m of climbs in the Lot Valley.

There are a few sore legs and niggles but everyone is still enjoying the week so far and praying to the weather Gods for more sunny days!
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Hi guys,

I thought this might be of interest to anyone interested in a cycling break this spring or autumn somewhere a bit less obvious but with all of the trimmings included.

I recently moved from the UK to set up a cycling holiday business aimed at offering a different option to the Majorca-style cycling holiday. A New Life In The Sun featured our business recently on Channel 4 in the U.K.

We offer week-long or weekend holidays from our stunning location in south west France for groups and individuals road cyclists.

We are relatively new so these are very good value breaks which include accommodation, food, guided cycling on the best roads and airport transfers are included too.

Thanks for the chance to post here and get in touch if you have any questions.

Cheers,
Marcus.
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