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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......
  • #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...
  • Valley Preferred #Cycling Center announces 2014 World Series of #Bicycling @mcall

     
    The Valley Preferred Cycling Center will host seven UCI races, all in June, to kick off the 2014 World Series of Bicycling international professional racing season. VPCC executive director Marty Nothstein said that the seven UCI races will be sprint-...
  • Day trip: Bank on fun at Philadelphia bike race

    Day trip: Bank on fun at Philadelphia bike race
    Watching the TD Bank International Cycling Championship, set for Sunday in Philadelphia, can have a strange effect on people. The 156-mile course is the longest one-day race in the nation and typically attracts between 200,000 and 300,000 spectators. The...
  • Olympic medalist, former Hampstead resident finds Armstrong 'very disappointing'

    Former Hampstead resident and professional cyclist Brian Walton described his reaction as "bittersweet" to all the recent news concerning Lance Armstrong giving up his fight against doping charges and the subsequent stripping of Armstrong's seven Tour...
  • Sampling the laid-back pleasures of Washington state's Lopez Island

    Sampling the laid-back pleasures of Washington state's Lopez Island
    LOPEZ ISLAND, Wash. - One hates to define a place by its cliches, but sometimes there's truth to be found. "On Lopez, everybody does 'The Wave,'" an Orcas Islander told me before I embarked for Lopez. It's a bit like what you see on the back roads of...
  • Faceoff: Cheating athletes is a big deal

    It amazes me how many sports fans, particularly those under 40, think their hardcore brethren and, especially, the media have made far too big a deal out of athletes using performance-enhancing drugs. I don't know if these folks cheat on their taxes or...
  • Bike expo gets riders ready for spring

    Attention all bike lovers: Stop, Swap and Save is back for its 16th year. SWAP, the largest indoor bike expo on the East Coast; drawing people from up and down the East Coast, features a bicycle swap, vintage bike displays, cycling advocacy groups,...
  • Visitors are welcome at U.S. Olympic Training Centers in Colorado, California

    Visitors are welcome at U.S. Olympic Training Centers in Colorado, California
    CHULA VISTA, Calif. — Kara Patterson holds a long, heavy javelin above her head. She waits. She moves it next to her ear and runs. In one smooth motion, it flies from her hand in an elegant arc, landing way down the field as it plunges its point...
  • For the Fun of Fit: Disappointed in Lance

    Lance Armstrong. The name once synonymous with cycling superstar, cancer survivor, LIVESTRONG founder and seven-time Tour de France champion will now, for many, simply mean liar, cheater, doper and disappointment. Prior to Lance's confession, Ironman...
  • Daum: Judging a book, and its author

     Daum: Judging a book, and its author
    It's not easy being a book consumer these days. For starters, books seem so long — at least compared to the blog posts and online news items that have recalibrated the pace of the average American attention span. And that's not the half of it....
  • Used bike sales popular at Stop, Swap and Save

    It took all of five minutes. David Jones, of Rockville, rolled in his mountain bike and gave $5 to Stop, Swap and Save. Nic Patterson, an employee from the annual event, took the bike and locked it up with the information on a tag. People pretty much...