Book Review: Climbs & Punishment by Felix Lowe

Cyclists from elsewhere than the central lowlands of Scotland may not understand the 'gringo' reference, but it helps me explain the book very quickly. The author starts the book as what would be considered a 'gringo' & ends it an experienced cyclist, having suffered a multitude of cycling experiences condensed into a few short weeks … Continue reading Book Review: Climbs & Punishment by Felix Lowe

Book Review: Domestique, by Charly Wegelius

It's not too often I read a book I can't put down, the last one was 'A Dog in a Hat' by Joe Parkin, about an American becoming a Belgian & his experiences of racing in 'the heartland'. The same happened with Domestique, by Charly Wegelius, I had to keep reading it. I have to … Continue reading Book Review: Domestique, by Charly Wegelius

Scottish Cycling: Review & Renew (Part1)

Following the recent 'Strategic & Governance Review' of Scottish Cycling by 'Renaissance & Company', a strategic management consultancy, we finally have some idea what exactly is going on inside SC, along with some much-needed answers. In this blog & the following parts of 'Scottish Cycling: Review & Renew', I'll be tackling the tricky questions that … Continue reading Scottish Cycling: Review & Renew (Part1)