.......a bicycle is not just for Christmas
Good on you Brendan, make sure you drink that bottle before you get all the way round the course so you have room for the one you’ll get at he end
Alec Darragh that bottle was definitely full when I dropped the bike over! Speaking about dropping things you can let that 3rd ‘e’ go in my name (and that of my cognac ancestors also)!
Here’s hoping 42×18 gets me through Tuscany!
Best of luck on your upcoming trip to Italy.
42 x 18 ha! you sure know how to make a lovely holiday difficult.
No doubt others will find a way of making my holiday easier “oh I’d love a glass a red, thanks lads”
Thanks for the shoes too – a little bit of Kerry in Chianti!
Is that a screw cap bottle ? If not the cork could blow above 500 mtrs.and the contents could be lost on the descent.
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