By Walter Pieringer
After riding until around 3:00 AM the previous evening, Odyssey got off to a bit of a slow start today. . . . up by noon, fed by 2:00, sitting around the hotel lobby until 4:00. . . . we were really on it today. The funny thing is, we actually were. . . . once we could dilly-dally no longer, we made a bee-line for the illustrious Harry Main’s house, where a broken and battered Harry kindly allowed seven complete strangers into his home to pose with him for a photograph (check that one off the list!). After that, we finally got tubes to mend the three flats we still had from yesterday and then hit the streets of Liverpool. I don’t think we made it more than a mile from the hotel, but several members of the team totally killed it.