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Meaning of Coldplay’s ‘Daddy’ song

Coldplay have released a new double album called ‘Everyday Life’. It’s a much more experimental album split into Sunset and Sunrise to mirror the two sides of human nature, the … Continue reading

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How to get free maps onto your Garmin

Adding decent maps onto your Garmin opens up a new world of discovery. No more following the very patchy default maps and trying to guess whether the purple line is … Continue reading

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From Google Maps to GPX to Garmin – creating a cycle route

Google Maps is a useful tool for creating cycle routes or indeed most other forms of transport. However, it’s by no means straightforward to turn all that planning into a … Continue reading

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Marathon World Record Attempt – Wheels of Wisdom Podcast

We head to Richmond Park after receiving a challenge to break the world marathon record. Will we break it or even just make it round? Listen to find out… For … Continue reading

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Alana Hurd – Wheels of Wisdom Podcast

How do you raise one million pounds in one year from one million people paying just £1 each? I speak to Alana Hurd, Founder of the My Million To One … Continue reading

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Cycling to the Ashes, Oli Broom – Wheels of Wisdom Podcast

What possesses a man to cycle all the way to the Ashes Down Under? I meet Oli Broom to talk cricket in far flung places, the perils of life on … Continue reading

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Super Cycling Man – Wheels of Wisdom Podcast

Is it a bird, is it a plane, no, it’s Super Cycling Man and his attempt to be the first man dressed as a super hero to cycle around the … Continue reading

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Five beautiful Kent villages to cycle to from London

Having spent the last few years cycling around the hills, lanes and villages of Kent at every available opportunity, I’ve been building up a mental list of the best spots … Continue reading

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Climbing the highest point in Devon

It’s a glorious, sunny, if windy day, and there before us stretches Yes Tor and along a ridge to the south, High Willhays, Devon’s highest point. How to find Devon’s … Continue reading

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Cycle training for longer rides

If you’re training for a long ride of at least fifty miles, it can be hard to break through the psychological and physical barriers that limit your potential distance. For some … Continue reading

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Wheels Of Wisdom podcast meets author Craig Sterling

Craig Sterling: in the second Wheels of Wisdom podcast, I hop on a London Cycle Hire ‘Boris’ bike to meet up with author Craig Sterling to talk publishing, procrastination and … Continue reading

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