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Even sadder still

I’ve already talked about the why of single speeding so now I’m going to put it all into practice and tell you about my own gearless...

Even sadder still
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Saddo

Okay, I know it seems as if every magazine worthy of calling itself a cycling magazine has done a feature on how to build a single-speed, (Probably...

Saddo
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High Street - Epic of the month

Well, what can I say about this month’s ride. It is simply incomparable. This is the sort of ride I used to do every weekend when...

High Street - Epic of the month
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Epic of the month - West Cam & Cam High Roads

Epic of the Month February – West Cam & Cam High Roads Face up to it: Britain is a fantastic place for mountain biking!! If you don’t believe...

Epic of the month - West Cam & Cam High Roads
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Stiffness and the Sean Kelly paradox

Stiffness and the Sean Kelly Paradox   Stiffness. You mash down on your pedals. The bike snaps forward, leaping by your structurally deficient competition. Stiff is good, stiffer is better....

Stiffness and the Sean Kelly paradox
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Human Power Round The World - Update

Dear All – hot off the keyboard – enjoy – and lots of love – Pakistan is great!! Give us a beer – (6days-Amritsar) Rich and Andy. Human Power...

Human Power Round The World - Update
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Human Power Update

Latest Update From HumanPowerRound The World Date: 4th December 99 – Location: Tehran Iran Update covering period from Day 62 to Day 74 – 22/11 to 4/12/99 From...

Human Power Update
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Human Power Update - Over the Bosporus and Into Asia

Over the Bosporus and into Asia After a 4-day break in Istanbul, they set of again on Wednesday 3rd November. Cycling through the rush hour Istanbul is...

Human Power Update - Over the Bosporus and Into Asia
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BM trips

BM members meet up every week all over the country to go riding together, but sometimes we get together with an enlightened bike company and...

BM trips
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Bontrager Rants

    WIDTH=”529″ HEIGHT=”51″ ALIGN=”BOTTOM” BORDER=”0″> <FONT FACE=”Arial”> Keith Bontrager is arguably the worlds most analytical frame, bike and component designer. Every aspect of his products are thought out and...

Bontrager Rants
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Bontrager Rant

    WIDTH=”529″ HEIGHT=”51″ ALIGN=”BOTTOM” BORDER=”0″> <FONT COLOR=”#990000″ FACE=”Arial”>Mud, bearings, seals, drought in the UK and the like I’ve been thinking a lot about bearings lately. Night and day....

Bontrager Rant
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Big bike, little bike

Women’s Rights Let’s ...

Big bike, little bike
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Touring in Tandem

TOURING IN TANDEM The bottom line was we were on a tandem stubbornly inching our way towards Istanbul. We were in the middle of nowhere....

Touring in Tandem
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P'raps Dad was right

I’m sitting here under the stairs (No, I’m not in the dog-house, it’s just that we’ve converted it into our computer room at home –...

P'raps Dad was right
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PFC

Epo may be out in the open but now a new doping controversy is brewing. Pfc — Artificial blood —...

PFC
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Beer 2 Beer?

The Coast to Coast ride takes a rider through some of the most stunning scenery and best riding this country...

Beer 2 Beer?
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Mountain Biking USA

MOUNTAIN BIKING USA. PART ONE. THE MOAB CHRONICLES A friend of mine gets back from Nepal and gloats about what a fantastic time he’s had out there....

Mountain Biking USA
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Mountain Biking USA

MOUNTAIN BIKING USA. PART TWO. DURANGO DIRT Having exhausted the rideable trails in Moab we decided to take a drive to legendary Durango. home of mountain biking legends...

Mountain Biking USA
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Downhill in Nepal

“Visit Nepal” is the slogan plastered on the posters displayed around Kathmandu. Situated slightly north of India, Nepal may not be your first choice when you...

Downhill in Nepal
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Riding with old relics

One of the biggest thrills I have ever had mountain biking was making one of the red sock brigade look dumbfounded. No, I didn’t ride...

Riding with old relics
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My wet foot

The scene was set. Mid February. Freezing cold. Two students helping each other home singing Live Forever, after one or two drinks up the bar....

My wet foot
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Look back in wonder

When I was ten years old I cycled to Dartmoor on a bike with three gears. It was a perfect day of late spring and...

Look back in wonder
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Why I Love Caffs

Caffs, little islands of tea-scented warmth floating in a sea of cold. Cake-selling beacons of light in a world of darkness and hurt. There is...

Why I Love Caffs
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My first love

I can’t have been much older than 10 years of age when I visited the bike shop. Stumbling past the endless rows of plain, uninspiring...

My first love
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