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Cumbrian lane, stage two

Bleak is beautiful. Hardy souls wait on Honister Pass for the Tour of Britain

Pain in the rain for Angel Madrazo (Movistar) at Knowsley Safari Park

Will Stephenson warms down on rollers in the Rapha-Condor-JLT van

Ian Wilkinson leads the doomed break down Pen-y-Pass towards Llanberis

Marco Coledan (l) and Alexandre Blain (r) sprint for the finish in Guildford

Photographers spy Cav in the capital

Angel Madrazo (Team Movistar)

We nearly burned the clutch out up Honister Pass. 

We sat two kilometres down the descent of Pen-y-Pass, with only scree and a stream for company.

We got food poisoning in Llanberis.

We rocked out to Rage Against The Machine heading into Sidmouth.

We gave a stranded photographer a lift from Dartmoor to Basingstoke.

We were kept entertained by our sat-nav's Jamaican voice for six days. It broke on the seventh and we spent an hour and a half looking for a hotel in West Drayton that wasn't actually in West Drayton.

We asked Angel Madrazo "where is the cheese?" in pidgin Spanish.

We talked to Wouter Sybrandy about his staggering recovery from a terrible crash.

We logged 1,500 miles in eight days around Britain. That's the equivalent of driving from London to Kiev.


09/24/2013 - 20:06
Fantastic photography, love the atmospheric shot of Honister - really captures the sense of doom in the air. Great personality from Madrazo, and why does Rapha always look so bloody cool, even under grey British skies.


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