Katie Archibald column: Not getting drunk, and the shame of petty disappointment

“I’ve never mastered walking the tightrope that separates loss of inhibition from throwing up on the pavement”

Katie Archibald.

“I’ve never mastered walking the tightrope that separates loss of inhibition from throwing up on the pavement”

Katie Archibald column: ‘It was a pretty savage race, bodies everywhere’

As the big races in the track season rapidly approach, Katie Archibald gets in some Madison action with mixed results

Katie Archibald.

As the big races in the track season rapidly approach, Katie Archibald gets in some Madison action with mixed results

Katie Archibald column: ‘I’ve brought my Olympic medal to appease any upset Carnegie Cyclones by passing it round’

Katie Archibald on using her medal to distract some competition winners from any disappointment

Katie Archibald.

I’m on a train heading east to meet the Carnegie Cyclones. Scottish Cycling ran a competition a few months ago …Continue reading »

Katie Archibald column: ‘I managed to avoid cooking a single meal for three months’

Katie Archibald reveals her new-found love of dark chocolate and how she avoided cooking for three months

Katie Archibald.

Katie Archibald reveals her new-found love of dark chocolate and how she avoided cooking for three months

Katie Archibald column: ‘My road season ended with my head in the toilet’

In her column for Cycling Weekly, Katie Archibald discusses the merits of ‘gruesome’ television and books, and tries to avoid talking about missing her last road race due to sickness

Katie Archibald.

In her column for Cycling Weekly, Katie Archibald discusses the merits of ‘gruesome’ television and books, and tries to avoid talking about missing her last road race due to sickness