Is the cog outboard of the frame?
Edit: Yes it is, solves the belt drive issue I suppose https://road.cc/content/tech-news/211246-rob-english%E2%80%99s-head-turning-single-sided-project-right-bikes
Thanks to the cyclist on De Beauvoir Rd who correctly spotted I was daydreaming and pulled out to let me gormlessly overshoot the give way line.
I bow to the consensus. Maybe I was subconciously giving him credit for consistency in painting all his bikes the same shade of shit.
That looks like a Sean Conway bike, not to my taste but certainly stood out when I saw him on one irl. I'd say idiosyncratic rather than anti.
Connor Swift doing a great turn, pulled about 30s back on his own.
Großshartner. He's a climber and 4th on GC so he stands enough of a chance that he had to continue on (if tomorrow's stage goes ahead of course).
Spotted this morning: delivery driver using the bike lane and pavement opposite Mount Pleasant to cut through from Wren St to Calthorpe St. Doing it at about 30mph was presumably to limit the time that oncoming cyclists would be in danger.
Cheers, the one I meant was the turn off from White Stubbs Lane but good to know. Will have a look myself next weekend, really tempted to put 4 seasons on the TT bike for this one.
Dunno if it's been resurfaced yet but the 90 degree left hander at the far East point on the course was an absolute nightmare last year, gravel on top of potholes.
Who are the Beetles?
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