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Saturday 12th November 2016: a race, a chase & a grand opening

It’s Sunday afternoon, the day after the 12th November – a day that will be forever etched into Eat Sleep Cycle history. Yesterday, we opened our headquarters in Girona. It’s a little patch of cycling heaven in the centre of the Old Town, or Barri Vell. It constitutes a dream come true for myself, Lee […]

France

Cycling Trans Pyrenees: The Adventure Begins

The first Eat Sleep Cycle tour (Trans Pyrenees) rolled out of Girona heading towards the Pyrenees and the Atlantic coast. One word- Epic. The 6 riders were: Peter Gaskill, Benny Cassidy, David Conroy, David, Corinne & Tristan Cardew. The guides were: Lee, Lou & Brian. The adventure was unforgettable. Trans Pyrenees: Day 1 And we’re […]

Cycling

Why it’s time we started to warm to the running man in the yellow jersey

(This article first appeared on the stickybottle.com website here and is being published here with the kind permission of the author) I’m not a Chris Froome fan; or at least I wasn’t. I’m not too sure why, but I just never took to him. But his actions this week in racing aggressively and attacking when […]

Cycling

Arcalis and the start of a beautiful love affair with cycling

Brian Canty writes from Andorra and reflects on the glorious racing this small mountainous country has hosted – from Jan Ulrich in the 1997 Tour to Dan Martin ripping up the field in yesterday’s race. Watch as Jan Ullrich rides the peloton off his wheel on stage 10 of the 1997 Tour de France. Watch […]

Cycling

Rocacorba: Girona’s Hidden Gem of A Climb

Snuggled away 20 kilometres north of Girona is a monstrous climb that owes nothing to TV coverage . You’ll hardly find it on a map and you’ll even struggle to find the road that leads up to it from the nearby town of Banyoles. Yes, Rocacorba hasn’t the ‘bucket-list’ fame  of Alpe d’Huez or the […]

Girona

20 reasons why living in Girona is awesome

Since moving to Girona in September 2014 I can say with authority it’s the best place I’ve ever lived. I spent a summer in Boston at 19 and another in Sri Lanka at 20. I moved to Australia the following year and resided in Bondi for six months. I’ve spent most of my life in Ireland, either […]

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