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Because

I am writing this not from my usual perch in the Northern Hemisphere during yet another mild winter when the main weather – related problem for the earnest early morning cyclist is shielding his eyes from the blazing sun on … Continue reading

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My Arctic Heart

Readers in the Southern hemisphere may find it more difficult to relate to aspects of this post than readers, say, in the Russian Federation. Or Sussex, where I live, on the south coast of Britain. I’ve had a few days … Continue reading

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Sex and Drugs and Rock ‘n’ Roll

As I discussed in the previous edition of this blog, Lance Armstrong’s miraculous recovery from testicular and brain cancer helped to dramatically reduce the stigma surrounding what some used to coyly refer to as ‘male cancers’.  One of the biggest … Continue reading

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3 Blokes on Bikes

Recently, I went on bike ride  in the West Sussex countryside with a couple of mates.  They knew the route better than me (I had never ridden around there).  The sun was out – for a change – but my mood felt … Continue reading

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Yellow

Nearly ten years ago, when I was teaching my son to ride his bike, I coined the phrase ‘see and be seen’ to encourage him in safe habits.  The point I was trying to make was – make sure people … Continue reading

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