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  1. Abandoning the tour of Hellas, stages 3 & 4.

    The team leader is at the top, if he wants a bottle you get him a bottle, if his chain comes off you wait and bring him back to the front again, he gets the choice draft and first dibs, no worries, he won Liege and he's a nice guy.

    Next down the hierarchy come the other riders, as soon as the race is over we do as little as possible until the next stage, we are massaged and our bags are carried for us to our rooms. If we want food it is given to us, if we want water it is there. So ...
  2. Dengie Marshes tour: One riderís report.

    I think one of the great things about racing is that in the space of only a few hours you can tell the story of a race in 120 ways from 120 perspectives, you can spend much longer discussing a race afterwards than riding it. A race like Dengie is a perfect example of this, every rider had a different experience of the race. No rider entered every off road sector at the same time, took the same lines, some punctured once, twice or multiple times, some didnít, some crashed, some took ages to catch ...

    Updated 03-04-2012 at 09:17 PM by David Mclean

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