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Book Review: Wonder Wheels by Eileen Sheridan

Eileen Sheridan

In 1956, British cyclist Eileen Sheridan published her autobiography, Wonder Wheels. She was just over thirty years old, but she had already broken 21 records of the Womens’ Road Records Association for place-to-place and long distance rides. Imagine riding 874

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What I’m Reading: Just Ride by Grant Petersen

Cyclists are bombarded with information: advertising, in-ride chats, blogs, tweets. Sometimes we spend so much time making sure our kit looks good, our bikes look good and our pre-ride stretching was done that we forget we’re here to Just Ride

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What I’m Reading: From the Pen of J.B. Wadley

From the Pen of J.B. Wadley

From the Pen of J.B. Wadley Edited by Adrian Bell 2002, Mousehold Press, Norwich, Great Britain ISBN 1 874739 22 6 Availability: Amazon sellers How could you not find charming a book from a publisher with the name “Mousehold Press”?

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What I’m Reading: In Pursuit of Glory by Bradley Wiggins

In Pursuit of Glory

Bradley Wiggins may well become the first Brit to win the Tour de France. If his escapades this year, winning Paris-Nice and the Critérium du Dauphiné, are anything to go by, his form is perfect. And it all started with

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