This is usually about motocars so I steer clear, but there have been a couple of articles on bicycles recently. Todays offering is about the bike that Bradley Wiggins will be using in The Tour this year.
But no detail is to small to attract the eyes of Andy [Verrall, Mechanic] and his mechanics. "It all comes down to weight," he said. "When we build Wiggo's bike we weigh all the ball bearings and choose the lightest ones." The differences are tiny, but it's the science of "marginal gains" that adds up.
No hint of any humour intended and it's a bit late for the start of April.