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Bicycle Racing

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  • 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...
  • Do a crossword, maybe win a $5,000 bike

     
    Bicycling magazine offers a contest for a bike worth up to $5,000 here:  Photo courtesy of Bicycling magazine:...
  • M.D. Anderson-Orlando wins two Lance Armstrong awards

     
    MD Anderson Cancer Center Orlando is launching two unique programs for patients thanks to grants from the LIVESTRONG Community Impact Project.  MD Anderson – Orlando was named the recipient of the two LIVESTRONG awards last fall after a nationwide...
  • Lance allegations — the story ‘Bicycling’ dared not cover?

     
    The Portland paper has asked blunt questions of “Bicycling” magazine and whether the mag ignored or went easy on Lance Armstrong over the years of whispers and allegations — now a full-blown investigation — that he was doping,...
  • Google touts MyTracks cycling app

     
    Google’s free My Tracks app for Android can track runs, hikes and bike rides, and Google Maps for mobile offers biking directions for Android and BlackBerry users. iPhone users can download Google Maps app, but it lacks the biking directions feature...
  • Bike to Campus Week washed out

     
    You can blame it on the rain and cold weather that Bike to Campus Week at DePaul University didn’t have a high turnout, but that won’t diminish the event in the eyes of organizers....
  • Phil Keogan brings his bike across America documentary to Winter Park May 5

     
    Phil Keogan, the New Zealand-native who hosts Jerry Bruckheimer's “Amazing Race” on CBS has a documentary about his favorite cause/charity that he'll present next Thursday, May 5, at Winter Park Village's Regal 20. The film is called “...
  • Biking vacations in Europe, Argentina, Maine

     
    A recent article in the Orlando Sentinel detailed several fun upcoming cycling vacations. One goes from Innsbruck, Austria, to Lake Garda; another is a Tuscany Bike Tour. Or you can try the “Vineyards & Andean Culture Off the Beaten Path in...
  • Lance Armstrong, George W. Bush bike with wounded warriors

     
    Lance Armstrong joined George W. Bush on Wednesday for the final leg of the former president's 62-mile mountain bike ride with 15 U.S. soldiers who lost limbs or were seriously injured in Iraq or Afghanistan. The seven-time Tour de France......