On a family holiday I deter-mined that child number three would be the next Chris Froome. My boy was not so keen, crying ‘I can’t do it’ as the spanner removed the support wheels on the rear tyre. There were louder sobs of ‘I can’t do it’ as my hand supported the saddle as he began to cycle. He continued shouting ‘I can’t do it’ as he rode on his own, far into the distance!
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