Monthly Archives: July 2011

Bucket and Spade

Regular readers of this blog will have noticed that I have not posted as usual this week. The reason is that I am off my bike, and on holiday for a couple of weeks. Please be patient, regular service will … Continue reading

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All Ears

I find it striking that a person’s ability to balance is located in the ears.  In last weeks’ edition of the blog I talked about the importance of listening to friends and family who have mental health problems.  This got … Continue reading

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Ouch!

Last Friday one of the favourites to secure a podium finish in this year’s Tour de France, British rider Bradley Wiggins, fell off his bicycle and broke his collar-bone.  Understandably this news was met with universal sympathy.  Pictures of the injured rider dominated … Continue reading

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Four Seasons in One Day

At this time of year there are usually many more cyclists on the roads than at other times of the year.  The nice weather brings out the casual cyclists.  As regular readers of my musings will be aware, I am … Continue reading

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