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How I’m embracing the madnes

Madness. A word that I have used quite a considerable amount in conversation since my race season restarted at the Vuelta a Burgos around two months ago. It can be used to describe parts of my life off the bike, but it has also been used in relation to some of the races I’ve been in and some of the races I’ve watched on TV in the 2020 season version 2.0.

It feels bloody marvellous to be back racing

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