Monthly Archives: October 2011

Lights, Camera, Action!

Back in September, when I went to Wales on my cycling holiday, one of the stages of the Tour of Britain came through Brecon, which was near to where I was staying  So before setting of for my day in the … Continue reading

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Team Mates

Festina, Garmin, HTC Columbia, Liquigas, Sky, U.S. Postal – all names, at one time or other, of elite professional cycling teams.  They are, or were, easy to spot in the peloton thanks to their matching team colours emblazoned with often … Continue reading

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Chain Reaction

 The day before I headed home from my cycling holiday in Wales I stopped off at a pub situated next to the tow path I had been up and down several times during my trip.  After a pleasant drink and … Continue reading

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The Ties That Bind

Just in case you haven’t been paying attention, I went on a cycling holiday to Wales in September.  The trip gave me much food for thought, and material for my weekly musings on a life spent in the saddle. Several … Continue reading

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Sleeping in a Hedge

I recently went on a five-day cycling holiday in The Brecon Beacons in Wales.  For those of you who don’t know the area, it’s a national park, and a place of Outstanding Natural Beauty.  The Beacons themselves are a row … Continue reading

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