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Old 03-03-09, 02:40 AM   #1
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British cycling interviews online

A few years ago, a couple of friends interviewed four notable people in British cycling - Jack Lauterwasser (Olympic cyclist and framebuilder), Alex Moulton (iconoclastic bike designer), John Woodburn (racing legend) and Derek Roberts (cycling historian).

One of the interviewers, renowned cycle historian John Pinkerton, died a few years ago. Tony Hadland has now put the interviews online for free. Hopefully you'll find these interesting, I did.
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Tony has added a couple of interviews with John 'Pinky' Pinkerton and David 'Duffers' Duffield.
http://idisk.mac.com/hadland1-Public...nterviews.html
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