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Bicycle Racing

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  • 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......
  • Theater review: 'Let Me Down Easy' at the Lyceum Stage

     
    Charles McNulty reviews Anna Deveare Smith's "Let Me Down Easy" at the Lyceum Stage...
  • Win a behind-the-scenes trip to Tour de France from Cannondale

     
    Cannondale, a leading manufacturer of high-performance bicycles for more than 40 years, is looking for one lucky person to join them just in time for cycling’s most prominent race. The brand is providing one consumer the job of a lifetime working...
  • Thinking of taking up cycling after years off?

     
    Then there's a new book for you: “Bicycling: A Reintroduction.” The publisher says: ” ‘Bicycling: A Reintroduction' is designed as both an introduction to bicycling for novices and a reintroduction for those whose bicycling...
  • Three-time champion Levi Leipheimer heads Amgen Tour of California field

     
    The preliminary start list for the 2011 Amgen Tour of California was released Wednesday morning and, as expected, three-time champion Levi Leipheimer of Team RadioShack will try to win back the title he lost last year to Australian Michael Rogers.......
  • It's snow at Amgen Tour of California: Stage 1 delayed

     
    The Amgen Tour of California bicycle race was supposed to start Stage 1 in Stateline, Nev., at 10:30 a.m. Sunday but -- Look out the window! That's snow! There was an accumulation of a couple of inches of snow overnight,......
  • Start of Stage 2 of Amgen Tour of California is delayed, relocated due to weather

     
    The start of Stage 2 of the Amgen Tour of California on Monday has been pushed back and relocated due to uncertain weather and road conditions. The race will start in Nevada City at 12:15 p.m., a switch from a......
  • Cycling, triathlon training events

     
    David's World Cycle says: On May 25, join Tour de France Personality Robbie Ventura and David's World Cycle for the Vision Quest Training Studio Grand Opening Celebration. Robbie will speak about the importance of training with power, Vision Quest...
  • Hincapie may have joined Hamilton and Landis in outing Lance

     
    ESPN is reporting thet another Lance Armstrong teammate, George Hincapie, has talked to the Feds investigating Lance Armstrong's EPO usage and has pointed a third and most damning figure at the Seven Time Tour de France champ as a serial cheater. A...
  • Randy “Macho Man” Savage, Lance Armstrong on opposite ends of Studs and Duds

     
    Lance Armstrong, Randy Macho Man Savage, Newt Gingrich, Scott Brooks, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Oklahoma City Thunder, Miami Heat, Chicago Bulls all vying for Studs and Duds...
  • Lance Armstrong goes to war with '60 Minutes'

     
    Lance Armstrong is going to war with "60 Minutes," the celebrated CBS newsmagazine, over a report scheduled to air Sunday. The segment features other cyclists saying they saw Armstrong inject himself with performance enhancing drugs. You can see one of...
  • Former cycling chief denies Lance Armstrong doping cover-up

     
    Former International Cycling Union President Hein Verbruggen said Monday he knew nothing about suspicious drug test results by Lance Armstrong, denying nationally televised allegations by Tyler Hamilton of a cover-up by the UCI. Hamilton, an Olympic...