“It’s not about the numbers, it’s always about the aesthetics.”
Musician and actor Gary Kemp – of Spandau Ballet fame – traces the links between music and the mountains, and why so many musicians seem to take to two wheels. Gary, who became a keen cyclist after a dinner conversation with the broadcaster Robert Elms, explains his love for the hills to Ian Parkinson, why he won’t be riding the Etape again any time soon, and why he’ll never be a slave to statistics.
Plus our Desire editor Stuart Clapp struggles with changing winter tyres, due to having “wrists made of poppadoms”, and gets excited about his latest lube. Don’t ask…
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