This afternoon i rode with

Steve Austin

The Marmalade Kid
Location
Mlehworld
Ian Wright :blush:



I'm chuffed to bits. could never have played football with him, but to have ridden along with someone who i admired and cheered at Highbury was awesome.
Really nice bloke, rode 20 miles with him on the the T.D.F. stage from Greenwich to Canterbury.

Joked with Geoff Thomas that i was jealous that they were riding the T.D.F route and he said i could go along with them, and for one fleeting moment, i almost said yes.
And then realised that they are riding 3500Km over the next 3 weeks, and came to my senses.

Got on local TV too, Just a little bit too exited about this :rolleyes: :thumbsup:
 
Excellent " in the mix" moment.

Im not sure I would have been able to turn around ,It could have been a have credit card will travel day. :blush:
 
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Steve Austin

Steve Austin

The Marmalade Kid
Location
Mlehworld
I would comment on his riding skills but that would be wrong :blush:

Fair play to him, he was fine on the flats, and could hold some speed, but he didn't like the slopes :rolleyes:
 

yenrod

Guest
Steve Austin said:
Ian Wright ;)



I'm chuffed to bits. could never have played football with him, but to have ridden along with someone who i admired and cheered at Highbury was awesome.
Really nice bloke, rode 20 miles with him on the the T.D.F. stage from Greenwich to Canterbury.

Joked with Geoff Thomas that i was jealous that they were riding the T.D.F route and he said i could go along with them, and for one fleeting moment, i almost said yes.
And then realised that they are riding 3500Km over the next 3 weeks, and came to my senses.

Got on local TV too, Just a little bit too exited about this :smile: :angry:
What next: Heat magazine ;)
 

Mr Pig

New Member
It seems to me that cycling is gaining ground, slowly. Is it wishful thinking?
 

yenrod

Guest
The more - the better - i reckon it really will get bigger/better !

Which only mean more consideration from the caged lot. :biggrin:
 
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