Usual rules apply, I will post out free of charge, only add your name to the list on the condition that you offer it on cyclechat in the same manner once read
add your names below ,my granddaughter will draw from the hat (or carrier bag) next weekend
Right , here we go , first of all I must eat my words,..... these words posted in the giro thread...
Magic spanner was recommended to me , …..….bollox I said ….no chance...:evil:
he said I think you...
The Fall and Rise of David Millar
Just finished this having passed on by Roadrash. Extremely well written, no doubt due in large part to Jeremy Whittle. Foreword by David Brailsford.
If you WILL pass it on after reading, closing date is 23.59 on 24 february 2019.
After seeing @Shadow post a book raffle I am reminded that I have a few to pass .
The man who cycled the world by Mark Beaumont
the usual applies you must pass it on via cyclechat (although many haven't been in the past ) in the same manner, free of charge once you have read it , it will be...
Subtitled 'The Search For A Nations' Cycling Soul'
or 'Sniffing The Yak-skin Shoe'
or 'The Great Eccentrics Of British Cycling'
Entertaining if you enjoy Ned's humour and informative on some of UK's lesser known early cycling heroes.
Please put your name below if you would like it, you WILL...
Chris Hoy ...The autobiography
list your interest below and my granddaughter will pull a name from the hat on Saturday
no charge for postage ,
please only list your name if you are willing to pass it on in exactly the same way once you have read it
I have finished "The Man who cycled the World" by Mark Beaumont after it was passed on to me by @oldfatfool so I now intend to pass it on.
Just add the name to the post and I will draw someone out at the end of next week. The only proviso is that you promise to pass it on when you've finished it.
I was meant to put this back on sometime last year but I lost it. It has now been found while I am packing to move out so it's back up here again.
Honestly a very good book. I really enjoyed it and strangely I was reading 'hearing' his voice behind the words.
I'll give it until Sunday 5th...
I've an assortment that need new homes, so let me know which you're after.
In the very likely event that I forget all about this could someone tag me in a post next Friday evening when I'll draw the names out?
It's time to let this one continue it's forum journey.
Usual rules apply, names out the hat at 19:00 this Sunday.
It's quite likely that I'll have forgotten all about this by then, so if someone remembers could you tag me into a post here to remind me please? :)
by Mike Carter
Subtitled 'A life changing journey all the way around the coast of Britain.'
Just finished reading this having acquired it in previous raffle. Winner to raffle again in the spirit of these things and pay postage please. Paperback. Ends sunday 6 november 23.59.59.
Time to pass on two books:
Racing Through the Dark - David Millar https://www.amazon.com/Racing-Through-Dark-David-Millar/dp/1409120384
One Man and his Bike - Mike Carter https://www.amazon.com/One-Man-His-Bike-Life-changing/dp/0091940567
I'll be returning to England next Monday...
Hope mods don't mind - as I've not had a response to this in the exchange/free forum I thought I'd re-post in a busier forum. If there's no takers this time I'll consider it mine to keep!
The Rider by Tim Krabbe (sorry, don't know how to do accents) is ready to re-enter circulation.
Passing this on for anybody who fancies a read,good aswell I thought .
So usual rules apply.The draw will be made by my youngest daughter on Monday evening.(11 years old and she tells me she wants paying to make the draw !! )
I have a copy of "End to End Cycle Route: Land's End to John O' Groats (Cycling) (Cicerone Guides) Paperback – 15 Mar 2012" to give away. Won't need it where I'm going... :whistle:
Names below and I'll do the raffle at the end of the month. Usual rules apply.