- If you think this is over then you’re wrong
- Mind games
- Did ya miss me?
- Can I play with madness?
- What doesn’t kill you…
- I can take the despair. It’s the hope I can’t stand…
- The sands of time…
- It’s what I do…
- Hallelujah/I Know it’s Over
- Crashfest dummies
- Standing on the shoulders of giants
- Grey power
- All roads lead to Dunsfold…
- Wot I did on my holidaze
- Confessions of a frustrated bike racer
- The self-preservation society
- While you’re waiting for the hammer to fall
- Five things I learned from a trip to the Track World Cup
- The Last Huzzah (for now) – Rich Mitch Cyclo-Cross Diaries part 8
- I’ll thprint and thprint and thprint until I’m thick!
- The root of all evil – Rich Mitch Cyclo-Cross Diaries part 7
- Any old iron?
- Mad Men – Rich Mitch Cyclo-Cross Diaries part 6
- Mr Mojo Risin’
- Muddy Marvellous – Rich Mitch Cyclo-Cross Diaries part 5
Monthly Archives: November 2011
What are we gonna do now? What are we gonna do now? I was raised on a diet of surreal humour, fed with great gusto by my father. In fact, love for shows such as The Goons, Monty Python and … Continue reading
My pal and team-mate Richard Mitchelson has been out cyclo-crossing again and this time I was there to witness the pain and suffering first hand (and take the video you see below). Nothing I saw convinced me that this branch … Continue reading
OK, I promised to share some of what I’ve learned in my first year of cycle racing, so here goes. I must stress that I am most definitely not the fount of all knowledge where this sort of stuff is … Continue reading
An hour of lung-searing, snot blowing pain complete. Still another half-hour, plus five laps, to go. That voice in my head, which started as a gentle pleading, had now taken on an insistent, schoolmaster’s, tone. Stop being such a bloody … Continue reading
Here’s the latest missive from my special ‘cross correspondent Rich Mitchelson. I have precious little to write about just now, though this may change soon… ————— Another crisp, blue autumn sky greeted me and Mechanic Dad on the morning of … Continue reading