“My arse is killing me.” – Luigi Ganna.  Winner of the first Giro d’Italia in 1909, on being asked how he felt at having won the race.

Hi all. This is a fork-blog from my first blog bialyfamily.com. I’ve decided to split family and cycling stuff to two separate blogs, as the subscribers are more interested in cycling stuff rather than mine family business ;-). Anyway I’ll try to ping links to new stuff here on bialyfamily.com as well.

About blog name… Hmmm I’m not the greatest fan of Italian cycling nor Luigi. I thought it’s a funny enough name for blog, and more importantly it shows how genuine, plain cycling was in old days, and (IMHO) how it should looks like (to some extent of course). Don’t get me wrong, I love engineering, I love new materials but another part of me is pulling me to “frugal zone” when matter is more important than form.

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Keep pedalling. Adam

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