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Bicycle Racing

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  • Car vs. bicycle debate often makes radiators boil over

     
    Monday's column on proper (or improper) procedures for bicycle riding on city strees drew some commentary from both sides of the road. That's not surprising; the topic often ignites emotional debate. Below are some of the responses; this time the...
  • Lance Armstrong's LIVESTRONG message should remain in spite of him

     
    This morning, as I followed the trail of toys that my children sprinkled across the living room, I ran into a yellow LIVESTRONG wristband that was glowing on the green carpet. My instinct was to pick it up. Then I thought about the recent headlines I've...
  • 2013 Spring Gear Guide for the Outdoors

     
    There is nothing like the new greens of foliage in spring to get you psyched to head outdoors. Whether you’re fishing, heading out for that spring gobbler hunt, taking a hike or going camping, spring is a time to start your love of the outdoors once...
  • #Tour de Sponsors has U.S. affiliations in public eye

     
    Gone unnoticed in most of the sports section these days has been the world’s toughest stage race, bicycling’s Tour de France. The Morning Call is dedicated to giving you the best of local sports coverage, and while you may not......
  • #Cycling : Velodrome releases 2013 World Series of Bicyclng schedule

     
    The Valley Preferred Cycling Center on Mosser Road in Trexlertown unvieled its 2013 World Series of Bicycling schedule on Tuesday. The highlight of the 12 Friday night international professional cycling series is the 2013 USA Cycling Junior National...
  • PBS to televise Met's `Boris' and Anna Deavere Smith's solo play on sickness and dying

     
    Here are some coming attractions, arts-on-the-tube fans –- all on PBS, which is more or less the last bastion for this sort of thing. This month, the “Great Performances” series produced by New York City’s WNET will roll out the......
  • Cycling icon Lance Armstrong announces his retirement

     
    Lance Armstrong announced his retirement Wednesday, bringing to an end one of the greatest — and most controversial — cycling careers in the history of the sport. Armstrong, a seven-time winner of the Tour de France, first retired in 2005 only...
  • Philip Hersh: In summing up Lance Armstrong (again), the parts make a discomfiting whole

     
    Lance Armstrong announcing his allegedly definitive retirement has the feeling of a "Dog Bites Man" story. After all, Armstrong already said before finishing 65th in last month's Tour Down Under in Australia he would no longer race internationally. So it....
  • LHP kicker Michael Rasmussen headed to Penn for football

     
    Lake Highland Prep's senior football/soccer/lacrosse player Michael Rasmussen has committed to play football at the University of Pennsylvania next year. Rasmussen, a stellar place-kicker and punter for the Highlanders, celebrated his Wednesday decisio....
  • Bicycle Racing League registration is open

     
    With a pre-spring thaw on the way this weekend, it’s time to start thinking about getting out on your bicycle. The 2011 spring session of the Red Robin Marty Nothstein Bicycle Racing League at the Valley Preferred Cycling Center in......
  • L.A. City Council approves bicycle master plan

     
    The Los Angeles City Council approved a new blueprint Tuesday for the city's streets that shifts focus away from automobiles. The bicycle master plan calls for an eventual network of 1,680 miles of interconnected...
  • New book: “Cycling Home From Siberia”

     
    Howard Books/Simon & Schuster says: “At the age of twenty-seven, Rob Lilwall hopped aboard a plane from England and set off to the farthest place from home he could think of: the Far Eastern side of Siberia. From there it was his intention to...