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"Can you see me teeing this up for a brag about the current strength in depth of GB women’s track cycling? Good, because that’s what’s happening."
While there wasn't quite the medal haul of 2018, this year's Nationals left Katie feeling a lot better
"I want to somehow stay completely dazzling, but also learn humility. How hard can it be?"
The cycling forces giveth, and they taketh away
Saying sorry is quintessentially British, but not when you're stealing all the hot water
Don't force yourself to ride when it's only going to prolong your illness. Here's some ideas to keep you busy...
The obligatory team tracksuit means not having to think about what to wear
Listing things isn't just for Christmas
This year, I will ride my bike on Christmas Day for the first time ever. Well, only if it’s not raining, sleeting or icy. And there’s no way in hell…
The troubles you encounter when your room-mate comes with their own personal life narrator
The Team Sky boss will have limited time to find a sponsor and keep his best riders
Katie gets a full body scan, and the results aren't always that kind
Cycling is for everyone – that’s the beauty of it.
It's training camp season for Katie, which involves a soon-to-be-traditional Archibald annual training camp in Lanzarote
We all tick off these established comings-of-age eventually...
Katie reflects on the perils of public speaking and, erm, finishing sentences
There aren’t many feelings worse than approaching the spot where you had secured your beloved bike, only to see a ghostly emptiness.
The nuances that Couchlandrians just won't understand...
Seven things you'll definitely see on every winter club run
"My childhood logic seems to ripple through track cycling, season after season, as the gears get bigger and bigger in the hope of going faster and faster."
Nothing like an existential chat to keep you awake
Katie is all omniumed out after the Nationals, heading into the Track World Cup with GB this weekend
"I’ll be able to go wherever I want door to door and never have to sit in traffic ever again. I also, crucially, will barely have to pedal."
"I don’t like the idea of having pages on the internet in charge of painting me as a person. I don’t like the feeling I get while scrolling through Instagram…