Social but distant.

  Furlough has just been extended to October in the UK, this isn’t going to end soon. So what are … More

Lost In Thin Air

  I’ve never seen a Tour de France with this many kilometres above two thousand metres, nobody has & nobody … More

Ban Asthma Meds, What?

Maybe you hate Chris Froome, maybe you’ve never suffered from asthma yourself, or seen your child suffer from asthma, and … More

Girospective

This years Giro will be unlike the other 3 week stage races of 2018, it’s completely unpredictable, utterly exciting & … More

The Kingmaker

As Alberto Contador bows out of cycling in the Vuelta which starts tomorrow, few expect him to win, but I … More

Sagan, le Patron

We’ve seen Peter Sagan mature, from what initially appeared like a Dukes of Hazard type character into a respected World … More

WADA’s Grey Areas

I wrote a blog recently entitled ‘Bumping Up To The Rules’, in it I really only covered blood spinning. The … More

Bumping Up To The Rules

The rules of sport exist for very legitimate reasons, in some cases those rules inadvertently aid those willing to push … More

Omnium Selection

First things first, I love watching Cav winning stages in the Tour, he’s a great racer, I respect him trying … More

Cross Pathway

Looking back to the rise of British Cycling’s international success, they cleverly targeted a relatively underfunded area of cycle sport, … More

King of the Morons

Those who follow Scottish politics will probably be familiar with the Stan Laurel type character of Willie Rennie, leader of … More