Tavis Walker (Adeo-Cadence RT) finishing second behind Mark Perry (Wilier/GoSelfDrive)
Another good nice of racing in Victoria Park, albeit with a lower number of racers than last week.
More photos: Bath Cycle Races – Round Four
Why has it taken me so long to re-watch this?
After 10 months using Time I-Clic Racer pedals I’ve retired them in favour of my old Time Impacts. I never felt secure on the I-Clics, it felt a bit like pedalling on ice and it was far too easy for me to accidentally unclip when pedalling, which isn’t particularly confidence inspiring.
The only problem is I have two road bikes, and only one set of Impact pedals, but fortunately they share a cleat with Time RXS pedals, and those are still available. So provided I’m happy with the Impacts, I’ll be ordering new RXS pedals next week.
Whilst swapping pedals around I’ve tweaked the position on the Firebird slightly, saddle and stem have both been dropped 5mm or so which seems to have helped a bit, I might still fit a slightly shorter stem.
More photos: Bath Cycle Races – Round Three
It’s a film about bicycles, how can it not be good?
The support band tonight were 50% of Eureka Machines, a fairly enjoyable way to start the evening. Somewhat later than usual, Justin and Dean took the stage and played through until midnight, way past my usual bedtime.
Someone Like Jesus
Another Imperial Day
Stoned, Fired, and Full of Grace
Marry the Sea
Sun on Water
You Weren’t There
Sky in Your Eyes
Bad Old World
Lights Go Out
Ballad of Bodmin Pill
The Chief Scout visited camp today, some of you might recognise him.
More photos: Bear Grylls