And he actually breaks into those "if you've just joined us and don't really know what's up with cycle racing, if you've been mowing the yard and come in or come back from the market on this glorious sunday afternoon, there's something I should explain to you who don't really know what this is all about..." things.
Like they're still listening after that...
Dissing Duffield. So easy yet so satisfying.
Though greatful that Eurosport cover most of the important races plus the UK pro series, I am interested in what viewers thought of the present comentaters, David Duffield, David Harmon.
I think Mr Duffield made a mistake this afternoon. :?:
In response to a question about cyclists having to wear helmets on climbs, he answered to the effect that they used to allow cyclists to take off the helmets on the final climb. Surely the final climb (of any race) could well be less strenous than an earlier climb in the day. Wasn't it more to do with the percentage of the incline?
If Wigby does not succeed in getting Mr Duffield's job, then may I apply instead. :?: