Monthly Archives: April 2013

Injuries From Whipping


I know the internet is a broad church, but keeping a blog, you do get some strange search terms cropping up. Overnight I got a hit from the phrase “injuries from whipping”. I’ve never written about dealing with Fifty Shades … Continue reading

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Riding to the Rutland ā€“ Melton International CiCLE Classic


The decision to ride to this year’s Rutland ā€“ Melton International CiCLE Classic was as easy to make as last year’s decision not to. A touch of frost was the only hint of adverse conditions, and that soon melted away … Continue reading

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The Sleeper (a piece of flash fiction)


I entered this into a competition, but it got nowhere. However, as it’s the first piece of flash fiction I’ve submitted, I’m not too bothered. So I’ve decided to publish on my blog as a change to the usual cycling … Continue reading

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The Benefits of Disorganisation 2: An Unexpected Strava KOM


After finishing Sunday with 78 miles in the legs, what I really needed for Monday morning was an easy recovery ride for the commute. Not this Monday. Somehow I again found I was running late. As the farm tracks are … Continue reading

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The Benefits of Disorganisation 1: Fast solo training rides


I try, I really do try to be on time for the Sunday morning club run, yet I always seem to cut it fine. Last Sunday, however, will take some beating. I couldn’t find one thing, found it, couldn’t find … Continue reading

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