Sideburns are quicker

Monday night saw the launch of the new ITV4 Cycle show. Filmed live at Look Mum No Hands it featured none other than Nigel Mansell, Graeme Obree and Gary Fisher. A pretty good line up though it was a shame it was so hard to hear them. Maybe it wasn’t such a good idea to film all of it inside! We were treated to a run through of Box hill with probably the smoothest tarmac in Britain. Nigel talked about Team UK Youth, an elite racing team which we will hopefully be seeing in the Halfords Tour Series criteriums. Obree didn’t really get chance to say much about his training manual which was a dissapointment but he did take part in the Rollapaluza at the end of the show with Mountain bike legend Gary Fisher. Good to see Boneshaker on the coffee table too. It’s only going to get better so keep watching and it won’t be taken off the air!

Watch it on ITV4, then the headline above will make sense!

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