A Complete Cav?

Earlier in the year, I wrote about Cav being the wrong person to take the GB place in the Mens Omnium at the Rio Olympics, how wrong was I? In the meantime, we've had an injury in the other likely contender, and more importantly, a resurgent Mark Cavendish, who is looking to have worked harder … Continue reading A Complete Cav?

Manx Missile Miss-firing?

We've seen Cavendish getting nowhere in the sprints at the 2014 Dubai Tour, but does this actually tell us anything about his form for later in the year. His stated goal is the Tour de France, is there anything to worry about for the Manxman with his results in February? Early Season The change in … Continue reading Manx Missile Miss-firing?

Off Piste on the Alpe

Many question how a track rider can become a good mountain climber & take Alpine stages or do well in general classification, but this isn't just confined to British riders, there was one notable performance in this years Tour by an ex track rider, I bring you Christophe Riblon. The 'Other' Chris This years stage … Continue reading Off Piste on the Alpe

The Brit Awards & Scots Metallurgy?

Tomorrow British Road Race Championships in Glasgow are gong to be incredibly tough, there's a large number of world-class riders in both races. Our home-grown riders are going to have to pull off an extraordinary ride, plus have lots of luck on their sides to sneak near a podium. A circuit such as this, with … Continue reading The Brit Awards & Scots Metallurgy?

Champing at the Brits

On June 23rd 2013, they're only going & shutting down Glasgow City Centre for what will be a fantastic event, the British Cycling Road Race Championships! The Courses Fellow Scottish blogger @owenp has put up some information regarding the course HERE. The road race will be held on a 14.2km city centre course, the men … Continue reading Champing at the Brits