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Bicycle Racing

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  • #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......
  • Lessons from a cross-country biking trip at 71

     
    Peter Karch is a scientist. He identifies a concept by its definition and is puzzled when he can’t seem to find the right category. This is what happens when he tries to define life. He can’t. The Lehigh Carbon Community College biology...
  • Finding an exercise class you love; breaking up with a class that’s lost its appeal

     
    I credit a lot of my weight loss and increased stamina to my twice-weekly indoor cycling class. I thought it was the love of my (healthier) life. So why has the passion suddenly cooled?  I’ve been exclusive with this class every Tuesda...
  • Bicycling magazine’s top fall-foliage bike rides

     
    Bicycling magazine has put together its favorite fall-leaves bike rides, with a photo gallery and links to nearby rides for road bikes and mountain bikes and a “Ride Finder” to find foliage rides near you. Of course, in Central Florida, you...
  • Pianist-singer John Tesh to give Christmas concert at The Villages

     
    To me he'll always be Mary Hart's sidekick, but many know John Tesh as a pianist, band leader and vocalist. He's coming to The Villages for a holiday show. My colleague Debbie Manis has the details: Enjoy a selection of festive music performed by...
  • Bicycle travel on the rise, statistics say

     
    Bicycle travel continues to grow in North America, according to research and anecdotal evidence from tour operators and tourism promoters in the United States. Bicycle travel is becoming an increasingly visible part of the adventure tra...
  • Tour de France winner Alberto Contador to be investigated for doping

     
    Spain's Alberto Contador could be stripped of his 2010 Tour de France victory and likely be banned from competition for two years if found guilty in an investigation by the Spanish cycling federation. The International Cycling Union (UCI) said Monday........
  • Orlando cancer center wins two Lance Armstrong awards

     
    M. D. Anderson Cancer Center Orlando has been named the recipient of two LIVESTRONG  Community Impact Projects  — with grants totaling $20,000 — which will bring cancer support programs to patients in Central Florida. The pr...
  • Cyclist Alberto Contador stands by tainted-meat claim

     
    Tour de France champion Alberto Contador's lawyers on Wednesday challenged a reported World Anti-Doping Agency document that concludes his positive Tour de France test could not have been caused by tainted meat. El Pais newspaper said a WADA team visited....
  • M.D. Anderson Cancer Center gets arts program, thanks to Orlando’s votes

     
    Remember a while back when we asked you to vote for a United Arts plan to bring an artists-in-residence program to Orlando's M.D. Anderson Cancer Center? Well, congratulations Central Florida: Enough of you supported the idea to make the program a...
  • The Horrible should be wonderful

     
    It's Horrible Hundred time -- don't miss the fun. Where else in Florida can you climbs seven, uh, "mountains" in one day?...
  • Alberto Contador claims innocence in doping case during emotional TV interview

     
    Alberto Contador has reiterated his innocence over his failed doping test at the Tour de France in an emotional television interview in Madrid. "I don't doubt (my innocence) for one second because I did not do anything irregular at any......