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Rory Sutherland and the cat-eyes

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February 20, 2008, 0:00 GMT,
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April 22, 2009, 18:52 BST
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Latest Cycling News, February 20, 2008
Rory Sutherland has an entertaining diary going throughout the Tour of California.

Rory Sutherland has an entertaining diary going throughout the Tour of California.

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Rory Sutherland is writing a diary from the Tour of California, and in his latest entry he writes...

Rory Sutherland is writing a diary from the Tour of California, and in his latest entry he writes about the state's roads.

This is my starting statement. Cat-eyes will be the end of me. What is a cat-eye? Those little lumps in the middle of the road that when you drive your car and your headlights hit them, they glow like cats' eyes. Hence the name.... When you're on a bike, with a tiny tyre, and it's raining.....Not good. I have no idea how nobody crashed on them today. It seems like California itself needs excessive amounts of them all over the road. However! If this keeps people from crashing cars, then I guess I/we will deal with them.

So, my little email address/competition that I have is gaining some serious momentum! There are even more sponsors onboard than ever before. Amazing. I am still yet to meet someone at a start or finish who has read my diary, but I am holding onto hope! Officially, I seem to have cracked the 40 people mark. This has surpassed every expectation. I've decided that either 40 people actually read it, or Tim's Mother has made up 40 different email addresses and is attempting to make me feel special. I have had some great emails, very supportive, and from people all around the world. I WILL email everyone back. It's just taking time.

It seems like the most commonly asked question is related to Cipollini. Yes, he is here. What is my opinion of his form/look/clothing/manner etc.? I don't pass judgement. Results speak for themselves, and if you see all the hype, then clearly what he is still continuing to do is answer enough. On his age, who cares? Really, why should your age stop you from doing something? This is pretty relative to everyday life, and also everything you choose to do.

To read the rest of the entry and Sutherland's other diary contributions, visit the Tour of California feature site.

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