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    Lesson 101: How to blag a new fixie

    IF YOU’VE ever had the misfortune of having your bike stolen, then you know first-hand the extent of anger, inconvenience and expense that you encounter – plus, it’s really, really, [...]
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    Paris-Roubaix on a Fixie

    GARRETT Turbett’s day job is as a health consultant for the NHS, which gives the impression of a rather sensible soul.  Alas, his alter-ego is quite the opposite and his [...]
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    Jerseys of Glory: Part II

    LEGEND has it there is a mystical land not too far from our shores that has endless dry stone walls, rolling green countryside and more hills than you could ever [...]
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    Man of Steel: Steve Goff – Framebuilder

    THERE is just something about traditional steel-framed bikes. Whether they evoke youthful memories of watching some of the greats battling their way up an gravel alpine climb or you just [...]
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    Tour de Chopper

    SIR BRADLEY Wiggins and Chris Froome put themselves through hell for 21 days, covering nearly than 3,500-kilometres and riding continuous for nearly 90 hours each to win their respective titles [...]
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