Tag: Greig Leach

Authors’ Recognition Award I

This is my maiden Authors’ Recognition Award which was most kindly bestowed on me by author James A Best back in May. If you don’t aleady follow James, please head on over to his blog to read about his love of music and some… Continue Reading “Authors’ Recognition Award I”

Holiday photos: day 4

My beloved and I were in the Vendee for the start of the Tour de France. We had based ourselves just over the border in La Baule, well placed for the first four stages. Saturday’s opener kicked off in Noirmoutier-en-L’Ile which is attached to… Continue Reading “Holiday photos: day 4”

Art of Cycling: The 100th Giro d’Italia

American cycling artist Greig Leach and I are working together again. Greig’s planning on producing a hardback book of his vibrant postcard sized pen and water colour paintings of each of the stages of this year’s 100th Giro d’Italia, complete with his narrative – which I’ll… Continue Reading “Art of Cycling: The 100th Giro d’Italia”

2015 Highlights

In a year of so many highs, which ones really stood out in yet another busy and thoroughly enjoyable year? 1. Richmond 2015 UCI Road World Championships If I had to pick only one, this would be it for a myriad of reasons. Firstly… Continue Reading “2015 Highlights”

The next chapter……………………..

Since returning from the Road World Championships in Richmond, I have been busy editing Greig’s latest opus. This time we don’t have to worry about raising sufficient finance. The book, The Art of Cycling: Richmond 2015 UCI Road World Championships, is being underwritten by… Continue Reading “The next chapter……………………..”

Postcard from Richmond, VA

My beloved’s halo has slipped. Having downloaded the instructions on how to get to Richmond from Long Island, he decided to ignore them and go off-piste. I can’t tell you how often he does this but usually GPS gets us back on track –… Continue Reading “Postcard from Richmond, VA”

Highlights

New Year’s Day is not a bad time for sober reflection on the last 12 months. What were the highlights of another busy and thoroughly enjoyable year? In no particular order, here goes:- 1. Amael Moinard (BMC) wins stage 2 of Tour du Haut… Continue Reading “Highlights”

Just around the corner

I’m going to have to disagree with Mr Gump. Life isn’t like a box of chocolates. They come with a guide so you can avoid the fillings you don’t like – and there’s plenty I don’t like. No, the wonderful thing about life is… Continue Reading “Just around the corner”