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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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    Lost Art of Group Riding

    EVERY so often, I miss riding in a large group. There is nothing quite like gliding along, nestled within the safety of a group of cyclists. You have a laugh, [...]
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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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    Canal Kerin Racing

    SO, it’s probably been the worst or best winter – depending on whatever way you want to look at it – in Glasgow for more than 30-odd years, writes Brian [...]
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