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Bicycle Racing

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  • Former Rabobank and Team Sky doctor Geert Leinders banned for life for doping violations

    Former Rabobank cycling team doctor Geert Leinders was banned for life on Thursday for multiple doping violations during his time with the Dutch squad. The Belgian was punished for violations committed while he was working with Rabobank from 1996 to...
  • Baltimore is behind in biking

    Baltimore is behind in biking
    As a bicycle commuter and parent of children who walk to school, I have been involved in and advocating for improved bike and pedestrian access in this city since moving here nearly nine years ago. Unfortunately, during that time, little progress has been...
  • Group urges infrastructure parity on South, West sides

    Group urges infrastructure parity on South, West sides
    Anyone who’s biked around parts of the South and Southwest sides knows it can be a very different experience than riding on some of the city’s most bike-heavy North Side streets, where you hardly can go the grocery store or hop on a bus or...
  • It's on: Winter biking contest starts Saturday in Chicago

    It's on: Winter biking contest starts Saturday in Chicago
    Grab your balaclavas, boys and girls. Starting this weekend, the competition is on to crown Chicago's king or queen of winter cycling. The Active Transportation Alliance, a cycling-focused advocacy group that co-hosts the city's annual Bike to Work...
  • Lagging behind other cities, Baltimore moves toward better bike lanes

    Lagging behind other cities, Baltimore moves toward better bike lanes
    When advocates talk about U.S. cities that are friendliest to bicyclists, they mention places such as San Francisco, Seattle and Austin, Texas. They even praise Pittsburgh. But Baltimore, they say, lags behind. City officials are working to change...
  • On Palermo tragedy, 'Agony in the Garden' and the Next Baltimore

    On Palermo tragedy, 'Agony in the Garden' and the Next Baltimore
    There are three narratives from the death of Tom Palermo, bicyclist and builder of bikes: The outpouring of support for the man's family; the unusual efforts of the Episcopal Diocese of Maryland to tell us about the involvement of its second-ranking...
  • Connecticut's Olympic Dreams

    With the prospect of the Olympics coming to a city just over an hour away, Connecticut is looking at a potential boon. No one can say whether this state would host events or just benefit from the spillover of visitors if Boston were to win the...
  • Bishop charged with manslaughter in death of cyclist Thomas Palermo

    Bishop charged with manslaughter in death of cyclist Thomas Palermo
    A high-ranking leader in the Episcopal Diocese of Maryland was charged Friday with manslaughter for allegedly driving drunk and sending text messages when she struck and killed cyclist Thomas Palermo last month. Bishop Suffragan Heather Elizabeth Cook,...
  • Bicycling and walking should be safe in every community

    Bicycling and walking should be safe in every community
    As a long time bicyclist, I disagree with Virgil Moore's letter, "Bicyclists aren't safe on roads" (Jan. 7) and especially to her proposed solution — stop cycling. Roland Avenue has been a heavily used bikeway for over 30 years, and Tom Palermo's...
  • First up for Mosby: handling Palermo death

    First up for Mosby: handling Palermo death
    New State's Attorney Marilyn J. Mosby comes into office with a major decision looming: how to handle the death of Thomas Palermo, the prominent local cyclist who died in a collision with a car driven by an Episcopal bishop two days after Christmas....
  • A Good Fit: Hartford To Host Championships In Cyclo-Cross Racing

    A Good Fit: Hartford To Host Championships In Cyclo-Cross Racing
    What does Hartford have in common with Austin, Texas; Boulder, Colo.; and Madison, Wisc.? Connecticut's capital city isn't one of America's great college towns, but it will host the national championships of cyclo-cross racing in 2017 — a...