Monthly Archives: November 2011

Dee J Harmon

I am really pleased to share something about Dee J Harmon, good friend and keen cyclist.  I’ve known Dee since the 1980s – first as a mechanic and then as a friend and a quaint bike shop in England was … Continue reading

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First 2000 miles on Thorn Audax

In marking this milestone, I could talk about the frame and the components but instead I thought I’d reflect on some figures lying behind the 2000 miles.  Before I do so, I’m disappointed in myself that I have only covered … Continue reading

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Tejvan Pettinger

Tejvan – 2011 National Hill Climb Championship I know I am not alone in following the excellent Cycling Uphill blog by Tejvan Pettinger and have been for a while now.  When you reach the end of this post, take a look around … Continue reading

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Montane featherlite marathon jacket review

Here’s an early first few impressions of a jacket I recently bought.  To be honest I’m a little disappointed in the jacket and in myself for buying it.  I bought it on impulse: something I only very rarely do.  I … Continue reading

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Autumn cycle ride in the Cotswolds

I have been looking forward to today’s ride for several weeks; always nice to have something like this in my diary, an excellent anti-stress measure.  Meeting up in Burford with my good friend Wallie, in the middle of the Cotswold … Continue reading

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Cycle Seven – a birthday blog

Earlier this year I found the Cycle Seven blog: Today is their second birthday and please do visit their blog and have a look around.  They’ll take you on gentle ambles or maybe a more ambitious trek, plus showing … Continue reading

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