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ISSN: 0143-0238 WORLD


WELCOME I FEBRUARY 2014


So, a Happy New Year and Many Puncture-free Miles with a Tailwind to you all and apologies that February’s edition is the fi rst opportunity to do so. Still a new year and new roads brings joy to the heart of the average cyclist. I spend a good deal of time in January thinking about where to go, and then the family decides to go elsewhere. Even so, whilst destinations may not be my preferred, there are few places where there is no good cycle touring to be had.


In the years during which I have, as a freelance editor, provided copy for Cycling World I have read about almost every county in Great Britain and Northern Ireland. Often these have been places I have cycled, occasionally I have been inspired to visit. Yet we all see places in different circumstances and through different eyes. The same road cycled rarely produces an identical impression on the cyclist.


My touring ambitions for this year are: 1 To get back to the Scottish Highlands 2 To complete wheels on the Western Front on a three speed roadster 3 To do a moving on tour with the family 4 To spend more nights in Youth Hostels 5 To get out more on summer evenings


All best Steve


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