Sponsorship In Pro Cycling

Sponsorship in pro cycling is an important dimension in my professional life. I don’t normally mix my business and personal perspectives directly on this blog. It’s my personal blog. But I’m a long time fan of pro cycling. This subject brings a personal and professional crossover. I wrote this blog in 2018 originally and it’s … Read more

My White Privilege

White Privilege and White Silence signs held by protestors

Of Course, I Have White Privilege I wanted to acknowledge my white privilege. I started by entering ‘white privilege’ into a search engine and found myself surprised by the results. On page one, 50% of the results helped with definitions and the rest for articles that debunked the term as being a myth and perhaps … Read more

A Kinder Politics

A Kinder Politics - Jeremy Corbyn is a people carrier leaving Labour headquarters after the election result

A kinder politics was proposed by Jeremy Corbyn in 2015. He also said, “cut out the personal abuse, cut out the cyber-bullying and especially the misogynistic abuse online and let’s get on with bringing real values back into politics.” General Election 2019 Fast forward to 2019 and Corbyn’s Labour Party have taken a historic battering … Read more

Death Of A Salesman

I saw Wendell Pierce in Death Of A Salesman recently. I’m not a theatre goer and I arrived at the play in a roundabout way. I’ve been a fan of Pierce since seeing him in the all-time classic HBO series The Wire. I also very much enjoyed him in Treme, the story of the post-Hurricane … Read more

Bespoke Bike: Ricky Feather Travel Bike

Let’s Build A Race Bike Then Cut It In Half It Has To Be Bespoke Why a bespoke bike? I like hand built items. Hand made items. There’s a long story related to this expensive habit, I’ll come back to it at a later time. I’ve owned a decent line of handmade bikes in the … Read more

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