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Date Posted: 14:57:26 08/28/04 Sat
Author: Silver Flyer
Subject: Re: Velo magazine
In reply to: perseguidor 's message, "Re: Velo magazine" on 14:17:46 08/28/04 Sat

>Thanks. I'm very tempted. I should be OK reading the
>French as my French is good enough to read novels in
>French (with some use of a dictionary though). Can't
>speak or understand spoken French anywhere near as
>well but that's traditional school French teaching
>for you.
I know what you mean, I've visited loadsa French teachers but still can't speak a word.
I think compared to Cycle Sport the Velo is good value for money over a year ( and so much more chic on the coffee table) .
On the internet I like the style of the guys who write Velo 101 , Le Monde always come up with interesting interviews, while Cyclismag is a site I have only recently come across but is interesting. As is Velo club.net etc etc.
However, as your personal guilt trip, I think you should be investing any loose change into a road bike and start getting some miles in so you can at least watch next years ToB.
Anyroad - I thought Torquay was the "Riviera" , why not just pedal down there and grab a copy of Velo from the local tabac?
Still I suppose "Les Forçats de la Route" has a whole new meaning when you cycle over Dartmoor.
yours in translation
"I couldn't settle in Italy - it was like living in a foreign country."

(Ian Rush)

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