in Melbourne, British cyclists have been on track to claim various gold, silver and bronze medals in the world championships.
At the weekend, competitors in Fish and Game's Cycling Gymkhana had their winning efforts rewarded with choccie eggs and the only gold handed over was the foil wrapping on a chocolate bunny. Yet both these events seemed to share a passionate conviction that cycling was exhilarating, liberating and full of tantalising possibilities for individuals willing to put the foot down and pedal like the clappers. I am not one of them. That didn't stop me enjoying the fun of the free family-friendly event organised as part of the Arches Behaviour 2012 festival.
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