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Bicycle Racing

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  • LEHIGH VALLEY SPORTS CALENDAR

    Items for the calendar must be typed and received at least 10 days in advance of your proposed publishing date at: Sports Calendar, The Morning Call, P.O. Box 1260, Allentown, PA 18105. They may be faxed to the sports department at 610-820-8654 or sent...
  • Discover West Hartford Bicycle Tour June 6

    WEST HARTFORD — A new bicycle tour scheduled for June 6 aims to help locals feel like a tourist in their own town. "We're just trying to get people to feel like biking is a nice way to see things maybe in a different way than you would in a car,"...
  • Amgen bike race will close streets Sunday in L.A., Pasadena

    Amgen bike race will close streets Sunday in L.A., Pasadena
    Several area streets will be temporarily closed early Sunday as the largest cycling race in America concludes its final leg, with the course extending from downtown Los Angeles through Highland Park and into Pasadena. The 724-mile Amgen Tour of...
  • Long Beach touts a steady growth in cycling

    Long Beach touts a steady growth in cycling
    On a sunny Sunday, Craig Rhodes sat in a folding chair at Studebaker Road and Willow Street in Long Beach, dutifully recording the passage of a family of four on bicycles. By making tally marks on a clipboard, Rhodes was doing homework for his traffic...
  • Voting machine working? Here's the guy to thank

    Voting machine working? Here's the guy to thank
    Andy Butz sat in the center of an Allentown warehouse, facing the first true test of his new job. The Lehigh County employee normally toils alone, filing paperwork and destroying old documents. But this day he was working the phones to keep his...
  • Deflategate confirms it: Tom Brady, Patriots leaving legacy of lies

    It's now as official as the presentation of the Lombardi Trophy, only that sterling silver ball has been attached to a heavy metal chain. Four months after the NFL crowned Tom Brady and the New England Patriots as Super Bowl champions, the league has...
  • Lehigh Valley's D&L Half Marathon going downhill in a good way

    Lehigh Valley's D&L Half Marathon going downhill in a good way
    There's a new wind a blowin' come November. The D&L Half Marathon, which featured a walking category last year while dropping the marathon, is heading in a new direction. The fifth annual D&L Half Marathon is going to be more runner/walker friendly...
  • Expect A Morning Of Cyclists On 'Bike To Work Day'

    With group rides, breakfasts and other get-togethers across the state, Friday may be the busiest morning of the year for Connecticut bicycling enthusiasts. Morning activities are planned in more than a dozen communities as part of national Bike to Work...
  • Remote bike trips provide backup support

    Pure Adventures is a company that specializes in self-guided bicycling tours for cyclists who prefer to ride at their own pace and on their own schedule. They recently added a new twist, offering self-guided and supported trips. What that translates to is...
  • Canton Event Promotes Walking And Cycling To School

    Canton Event Promotes Walking And Cycling To School
    CANTON — Nearly 200 students at Canton Intermediate School walked or rode a bike to school on Wednesday. The event was part of an effort at the school this year to encourage students to walk or take their bicycles to school. Organizers said...
  • New Britain Offers Ways To See The City On Two Wheels

    New Britain Offers Ways To See The City On Two Wheels
    NEW BRITAIN — With cycling season here, the municipal visitors center is opening a Bike New Britain exhibit to get out the message that the city isn't just for cars, buses and pedestrians. The city earned the League of American Bicyclists'...
  • Millersville/Crownsville: Old Mill graduate seeks help to make a difference in the world

    Sahand Yazdanyar getting prepared to take a journey – not only a physical journey, but an emotional journey to travel the country and make a difference along the way. Yazdanyar will be participating in the Journey of Hope, a cycling event that...