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Trying Something New

Trying Something New

A few weekends ago, I decided to try something new. Being a roadie by nature, I gave a mountain bike a go. Not owning a mountain bike myself, that seemed to be a bit of a challenge, but with renting them out, I rented one from myself.   Not wanting to go too far, we […]

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A rare race post

A rare race post

I have just come back from Berg and Bush and I have to say, the quality of the trail that a race like Berg and Bush gives riders really does justify the cost of doing such an event. I don’t think many people actually appreciate how much it actually costs to build a hand made […]

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The Spring-Transition

The Spring-Transition

Recently I was hit with one of the worst spring-flu’s I possibly have ever experienced. From the sleepless nights to the endless coughing and sniffling to the unbearable loss of my voice; it was definitely a flu to be remembered. Especially the two weeks away from cycling and training. But I find that moving into […]

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Changing Weather, Changing Bicycle Gear

Changing Weather, Changing Bicycle Gear

Living up on the Highveld, the winters can be quite nasty for us Saffas. I’m certain that anyone from Europe would laugh at us if they had to hear us say it was too cold to ride. A mate of mine went out for a morning ride, at the coldest it was freezing, literally. I […]

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Cluttered Mind

Cluttered Mind

I was feeling a little sick this weekend and so didn’t go for a nice long Sunday ride, and boy, am I feeling it today. Not so much my body, but my mind.   I find it quite amazing as to the how cluttered my mind feels this week, not being able to focus on […]

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Back in the saddle

Back in the saddle

Boy am I glad to be back in the saddle. After a stint with my arm in a sling due to running out of talent on a particular hairpin bend, I got to go for my first ride in 6 months yesterday. I cant say it was akin to that first childhood memory of riding […]

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