We cyclists are odd folk. Where most people simply see a road, maybe even dismissing it as a farm track, we see possibility. The possibility of speed, of a fast descent, of a tough climb, of suffering. We embrace pain, it's part of who we are. No, to us it's not just a road. It's … Continue reading Aberdeenshire Roads
Training on the turbo is okay, it's something I've got myself used to over the past few years, indeed sometimes it's better for specific training sessions. That's okay midweek, when training is done before or after work. It's dark then anyway. But the weekends are for riding outside. I spend the week working in an … Continue reading Spring’s coming….
As usual, my Sunday morning started out with checking twitter whilst having my porridge & some freshly brewed coffee. One of the first posts to catch my eye was from Glenn Le Santo on the demise of Detroit. Glen & I then exchanged several tweets on the subject and our concerns for the UK now … Continue reading What happens when Industry goes?