Tag: Miguel Indurain

One from the vaults: A good read

Like last week, I’m heading back to a post from November 2010 which looks at my collection of cycling books. I want to add to the collection but lack of space is holding me back. Regular readers know that I love books and would… Continue Reading “One from the vaults: A good read”

Hanging up their helmets

A number of riders have announced their intention to retire. For some it’s recognition that it’s time to step down and for others it’s the realisation that injuries have called time on their careers. So in 2011 we’re bidding a fond farewell to a number… Continue Reading “Hanging up their helmets”

A good read

This month’s Cycle Sport magazine opines on “the best 50 cycling books of all time [in the English language]”. Lists are always interesting, open to debate and, ultimately, very subjective despite their authors proclaiming their objectivity. Given that I have quite (typical British understatement) a… Continue Reading “A good read”

Conflicted

When I worked as a volunteer at the World Road Cycling Championships in Stuttgart 2007, manning the UCI’s VIP Welcome Desk, I met the guys responsible for Melbourne 2010. My friend Valeria and I had a bit of a running joke with them on account… Continue Reading “Conflicted”