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Bicycle Racing

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  • Geist, Lea earn bronze medals at cycling world championships

    Geist, Lea earn bronze medals at cycling world championships
    Forget about spring. Kim Geist found Paris in the winter very much to her liking. Geist kick started the U.S. at the 2015 UCI Track World Championships last week in St. Quentin en Yvelines, France, just outside of Paris. A popular cyclist at the...
  • Chilean cyclist's record quest ends in death in Thailand

    A Chilean cyclist's quest to bike around the world in five years has ended with his death in a road accident in northeast Thailand, police said Sunday. Juan Francisco Guillermo, 47, was hit by a pickup truck and immediately killed Saturday on a highway...
  • Once shunned, Greg LeMond returns to biking world and road to success

    Greg LeMond, America's original superstar cyclist, is back. After years of being shunned by the cycling world for asserting in 2001 that Lance Armstrong was using performance-enhancing drugs, the now-vindicated three-time Tor de France winner (1986, '89...
  • Amgen Tour of California unveils route for 2015 race

    Amgen Tour of California unveils route for 2015 race
    Organizers of the Amgen Tour of California have unveiled the route of this year's cycling race, which is celebrating its 10th anniversary. The eight-stage, 724-mile race will start May 10 in Sacramento and finish in Pasadena on May 17. The tour will...
  • Lance Armstong plans to participate in Livestrong Challenge

    Lance Armstong plans to participate in Livestrong Challenge
    AUSTIN, Texas — Lance Armstrong is getting back on his bike, this time to raise money for the charity he founded and was later pressured to leave. Armstrong has set up a fundraising team for the Livestrong Challenge ride in Austin in October. It...
  • APNewsBreak: Armstrong to ride in Livestrong event

    Lance Armstrong is getting back on his bike, this time to raise money for the charity he founded and was later pressured to leave. Armstrong has set up a fundraising team for the Livestrong Challenge ride in Austin in October. It will be his first return...
  • Lance Armstrong's lies carry a steep, and rising, price

    Lance Armstrong's lies carry a steep, and rising, price
    Not long after Lance Armstrong's unprecedented seven Tour de France titles were stripped in 2012, the cyclist tweeted a defiant photo. Armstrong reclined on a couch in a dimly lighted room, appearing unworried about the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency's...
  • Lance Armstrong pleads guilty to reckless driving

    Lance Armstrong pleads guilty to reckless driving
    Disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong has pleaded guilty to reckless driving for hitting two parked cars in Aspen, Colo., in December. Armstrong, who reached a plea agreement with prosecutors, submitted his plea via mail on Friday, according to the...
  • Cyclists aim to make Metro Orlando roads safer

    Cyclists aim to make Metro Orlando roads safer
    Metro Orlando may rank among the deadliest communities in the country for walkers and bicyclists, but the area seemed pretty safe Tuesday when cycling experts took a four-hour tour. "I think it's positive, definitely seen improvements," said Bill...
  • Lance Armstrong loses $10 million arbitration ruling

    An arbitration panel ordered Lance Armstrong and Tailwind Sports Corp. to pay $10 million in a fraud dispute with a promotions company for what it called an "unparalleled pageant of international perjury, fraud and conspiracy" that covered up his use of...
  • Lance Armstrong pleads guilty to careless driving in Aspen

    Lance Armstrong pleaded guilty to careless driving for hitting two parked cars with his SUV in Aspen, a crash his girlfriend originally tried to take the blame for, a prosecutor confirmed Wednesday. The cyclist entered his plea by mail on Friday under...