Earlier this week, we posted a link to the movie ‘The Flying Scotsman’ the feature film made in 2006 telling the story about the Scottish cyclist Graeme Obree who broke the World Hour record on a bike he built himself. As a follow-up, this interview from a couple of years ago provides a good insight into the mind of the remarkable Scotsman.
Cycling journalist and author Richard Moore interviews him about the Obree three-phase breathing technique, and how he made his innovative cycling discoveries.
The fastest two-wheeled Scotsman in the world reveals what motivates him to make continuous improvements and shares his tips for improving your technique and training.
‘Graeme is a genius in the true sense of the word. His uncanny ability to tackle problems from an angle that no one else could have thought of makes him a one-off.’ Sir Chris Hoy