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Bicycle Racing

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  • LEBANON: Seven Estonian hostages freed after nearly four months in captivity

     
    A case that for months was shrouded in mystery has finally come to an end. After nearly four months in captivity, seven Estonian cyclists abducted by a group of gunmen as they entered Lebanon from Syria where they had done......
  • Tour de France: Samuel Sanchez wins Stage 12

     
    Spanish climbing specialist Samuel Sanchez won Thursday's 12th stage of the Tour de France and Thomas Voeckler of France retained the overall lead as the race entered the high mountains for the first time. After a string of setbacks earlier......
  • Mark Cavendish wins 11th stage of Tour de France; Thomas Voeckler keeps yellow jersey

     
    Mark Cavendish of Britain won a rainy 11th stage of the Tour de France in a mass sprint Wednesday, while Thomas Voeckler kept the race leader's yellow jersey. Cavendish edged Andre Greipel of Germany on the line after the 104-mile......
  • Why is much of U.S. averse to bikes?

     
    Environmental writer Elisabeth Rosenthal posits that Europe has much to teach Americans about the value of cycling. She suggests that adding bike lanes and trails alone won't change car-crazy American culture — that only when Americans see cycling...
  • Tour de France: Thor Hushovd wins Stage 16

     
    World champion Thor Hushovd of Norway led a three-man breakaway to win a rainy 16th stage of the Tour de France on Tuesday, as overall race leader Thomas Voeckler lost crucial seconds against two top race favorites. Three-time champion Alberto......
  • Tour de France: Edvald Boasson Hagen wins Stage 17

     
    Edvald Boasson Hagen of Norway won the 17th stage of the Tour de France on Wednesday, the first of three in the Alps. Thomas Voeckler held onto the yellow jersey, but lost time after riding off the course on the......
  • The Carmageddon tweet that cost skateboard company $7,000

     
    Skateboard company pledges $7,000 in Jete Blue Vs. cyclists race during Carmegeddon...
  • Tour de France: Andy Schleck wins Stage 18

     
    Andy Schleck led a daring attack to win the 18th stage of the Tour de France on Thursday. Overall in the race, Thomas Voeckler kept the yellow jersey, but defending champion Alberto Contador was out of contention....
  • USPS unveils 2012 cycling stamps

     
    The Postal Service has begun revealing 2012 commemorative stamps. One series of four stamps features a young child learning to ride with training wheels, a commuter pedaling to work, a road racer focused on the finish line, and an airborne BMX rider....
  • Jillian Michaels adds indoor cycling to her fitness-guru empire

     
    Jillian Michaels, well-known trainer and "The Biggest Loser" alum, is joining Flywheel Sports as an investor, helping take the indoor cycling brand nationwide....
  • Amgen Tour of California keeps going, but HTC team will disband

     
    Amgeon, title sponsor of the Tour of California re-ups for two more years but top California-based team HTC will fold at end of season....
  • Seminole Cyclefest Oct. 2

     
    Cyclists of all ages and abilities are encouraged to support injured U.S. veterans by participating in the second annual Seminole Cyclefest on Sunday, Oct. 2. Part of the Ride 2 Recovery series, the event begins in Lake Mary at David’s World Cycle,...