Royla Issue 3. Bleedy hansome me luvers

Bleedy hansome me luvers. Bit Cornish slang for you. Why? Because Royla is based around Cornwall and the cycling scene there (that I grew up from) . I’m proudly Cornish (and so is our Dan) and expect something from me in this growing publication in the near future and I’m really proud to support this publication. I really think Royla is starting to show itself as being a great publication tooIt’s not just about cycling in Cornwall either, rather cycling with a sometimes Cornish backdrop and you would be surprised by how many Cornish cyclists have gone on to have pro and olympic careers. Get on and if you want a bit of Cornish humour, check this out.

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