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Metal for mettle : Blog from Dan McKimm

Published 14th April 2015

RACE REPORT: METAL FOR METTLE April 13, 2015 Yesterday was the start of a busy seven days for me as I had the first of three races which I’m scheduled to ride over this period. With temperatures infiltrating the twenties and a big, bright sun bathing the roads of Saint Cyr la Riviere, conditions were, unusually, extremely pleasant for racing. The […]

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Bump in proceedings : Blog from Jake Scott

Published 13th April 2015

A Bump in proceedings At the beginning of the year you sit down and plan the ideal year sort of speak, my trainings going to be X, my forms going to be Y, and at this point of the season I plan to have achieved Z. But the thing with X, Y and Z although […]

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Dumped by lady luck ; Blog from Daniel McKimm

Published 10th April 2015

 DUMPED BY LADY LUCK April 10, 2015 After a rather uncomfortable week of limping around following my crash at Bologne, I was really looking forward to a weekend away with the team at the Criterium des Deux Vallées last weekend, a two-day stage race down in the south of the country, half way between Limoges and Bordeaux. Unfortunately though, my weekend […]

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Making progress : Blog from Jake Womersley

Published 3rd April 2015

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Bouncebackability ! : Blog from Daniel McKimm

Published 2nd April 2015

BOUNCEBACKABILITY April 2, 2015 Well here we are, with April now upon us it means that I’ve successfully completed my first full month in exile and, as I hope you’ve been able to see from my various posts over the past month, I’ve had an awesome start to life out here! On Sunday, I went into the GP […]

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Never learnt so much : Blog from James Shaw

Published 2nd April 2015

When you first start cycling as a young kid you learn an awful lot in a very short period of time especially when you start racing or go on the track for the first time. You have no choice you either learn quick or get out of the way. My Dad, who has a theory […]

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