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  1. The long awaited update.

    Hi everyone,

    It's been absolutely ages since I last wrote a blog post about myself and what I've been up to. Indeed it is getting close to a year ago now. My blog in the last year has instead become an occasional site for a bit of campaigning, mainly to do with the current state of UK road racing (see here, here and here).

    Anyway, my last "proper" blog was for Veloveritas in June - http://www.veloveritas.co.uk/2012/06/16/whats-going-on/ in which I explained that I didn't ...
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  2. Something Positive

    Hi everyone,

    As usual it has been a while since I posted anything. After the recent tragedy at the Severn bridge road race I was contacted by my friend John Heaton-Armstrong (who has written for this blog before) with some positive action we can all take from this in order to move forward and make road racing safer:

    The Community Safety Accreditation Scheme was introduced into the 2002 Police Reform Act by the 2005 Serious Organised Crime and Police Act.
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    Updated 08-03-2013 at 06:22 PM by David Mclean

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  3. Guest Post!

    It's been a while since I posted, sorry but there isn't a whole lot to report cyclingwise, except to to say that I have started riding again, but only a little bit. Perhaps it's time soon to do a post about my ongoing recovery, but not yet.

    Below is a post from John Heaton-Armstrong about BC and the current state of the domestic racing calendar:

    British Cycling at a crossroads?

    by John Heaton-Armstrong on Tuesday, 18 December 2012 at 07:05.
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    Updated 18-12-2012 at 11:26 AM by David Mclean

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    2012 - Meridiana Kamen
  4. Legacy

    I remember May 29th 2005 like it was yesterday, do you? Of course you do. The place: Indianapolis. The man of the hour: Dan Wheldon.


    Indeed, from that moment on in Great Britain our lives changed forever and a new era began. Yes, the country shut down that weekend and we celebrated from the rooftops, it was the first British Indy win of many, here is a photo ...

    Updated 05-10-2012 at 01:31 PM by David Mclean

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    2012 - Meridiana Kamen
  5. Keep Racing on the Roads. Please.

    There is no doubt that British cycling is alive and well at the highest echelons of performance - Britons won the Tour, the world champs and pretty much the entire velodrome; there's also no doubt that British cycling is alive and kicking at the grass roots level too - membership has doubled since 2007. It makes sense to assume that all is well in between, too, right? Unfortunately not; BC is the governing body for beginnerís racing, Regional racing (2nd and 3rd cats), all levels of women's road ...

    Updated 07-09-2012 at 01:07 PM by David Mclean

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