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This Is My Inspiration
Sunday's lone ride in the sunshine felt a little like perfection, for years personified for me by this pic of Roberto Pagnin, training in the Veneto. It's been an inspirational image since July 1987 when I was given the copy of Ciclismo Agonistico  by a fri...
Sunday's lone ride in the sunshine felt a little like perfection, for years personified for me by this pic of Roberto Pagnin, training in the Veneto. It's been an inspirational image since July 1987 when I was given the copy ...
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Brilliant! We love how yout're promoting the Marche region! / Fantastico! Merviglioso come si stanno promuovendo la Regione Marche! Grazie!
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There was quite a debate over at the superb Facebook group '80's Cycling Remembered' that I'm an avid follower of, relating to this picture: who exactly is the rider in French national kit? Clearly it's the World Champi...
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1986/87 Circuit Cycliste du Port de Dunkerque Start Sheets: Recognise Any Names?
More digging aound in the loft in an attempt to de-clutter, and instead I'm back amongst all my old cycling magazines and souvenirs, having a bit of a nostalgic reminisce about my mid-eighties racing days. Easily one of the best events for many of us in the...
More digging aound in the loft in an attempt to de-clutter, and instead I'm back amongst all my old cycling magazines and souvenirs, having a bit of a nostalgic reminisce about my mid-eighties racing days. Easily one of the b...
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This Is My Inspiration
Sunday's lone ride in the sunshine felt a little like perfection, for years personified for me by this pic of Robert Pagnin, training in the Veneto. It's been an inspirational image since July 1987 when I was given the copy of Ciclismo Agonistico  by a frie...
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Can we have both a 'before' and 'after' video Garth? Interested to see how you solve all that imbalance. 
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'Cadance' at 2:04? Please! 'Cadence' :-) This is such a good guide though - really useful to see how the pros manage to tame the stones. 10/10 information, 3/10 for spelling!

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Absolutely marvellous. Had this on VHS, lost it all - but this is wonderful. Motivates me to get out on the bike and 'feel young again' - which I was, back in 1989 ... we all were. Thanks sooooo much!

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The Price of Progress? Anonymity.
This image from last weekend's Milano-Sanremo caused a bit of flutter on Twitter, as fans such as  @Plastic_Peloton   adopted the role of the young boy in the   Emperor's New Clothes   to point out how ridiculously poor   Fabian Wegmann's   choice of clothi...
This image from last weekend's Milano-Sanremo caused a bit of flutter on Twitter, as fans such as @Plastic_Peloton adopted the role of the young boy in the Emperor's New Clothes to point out how ridiculously poor Fabian Wegma...
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Flanders Training: No Strava, No HRM, No Powermeter; Your Legs Tell You When You're Good
Here's a route for a 'proper' old-school training ride courtesy of my mentor Ken Hargrave, who sadly passed away last summer. I wrote the Eulogy for the service, and eventually Cycling Weekly deigned to publish the obituary I wrote on their online version ,...
Here's a route for a 'proper' old-school training ride courtesy of my mentor Ken Hargrave, who sadly passed away last summer. I wrote the Eulogy for the service, and eventually Cycling Weekly deigned to publish the obituary I...
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Milano-San Remo, 17th March 1990. Or The Day I Became a Kleptomaniac
Bugno Vincitore! After a year spent in France in Aix-en-Provence as part of my degree (and racing for the ASPTT Aix ) , I graduated from Uni with a hard-fought 2:1, and after dead-end stints in Halfords & Habitat managed to get a post as an English teacher ...
Bugno Vincitore! After a year spent in France in Aix-en-Provence as part of my degree (and racing for the ASPTT Aix) , I graduated from Uni with a hard-fought 2:1, and after dead-end stints in Halfords & Habitat managed to ge...
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You Must Have Good Eyes To See Through Those
There was quite a debate over at the superb Facebook group ' 80's Cycling Remembered ' that I'm a follower of, relating to this picture: who exactly is the rider in French national kit? Clearly the World Championship Road Race for professionals given the na...
There was quite a debate over at the superb Facebook group '80's Cycling Remembered' that I'm a follower of, relating to this picture: who exactly is the rider in French national kit? Clearly the World Championship Road...
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One of the best places I've ever eaten in Le Marche (or Italy, come to that); wonderfully relaxed atmosphere, superb setting, and eating fresh fish at the foot of the mountains where it's normally all about meat is a real treat. Going there again next month, and can't wait!
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