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Bicycle Racing

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  • Will CicLAvia bring buy-cyclists to a wary Eastside?

    Will CicLAvia bring buy-cyclists to a wary Eastside?
    Soon the cyclists will come by the thousands. This much Magdalena De La Torre knows. What's not so clear is how all these visitors will affect her family's market and other local businesses. "Are they going to ride in, have their fun and never return?...
  • Lance Armstrong lives hassle-free -- but lawsuits still loom

    Lance Armstrong lives hassle-free -- but lawsuits still loom
    Armstrong living positive life but problems not overLONDON, Aug 19 () - Lance Armstrong is living an unbothered and positive life 18 months after confessing to using performance-enhancing drugs, the disgraced cyclist told CNN. A cancer survivor and...
  • Roundup: Aaah, those floating spas

    Roundup: Aaah, those floating spas
    We’ve all heard about the bountiful buffets, meals and snacks available on cruises, but we rarely hear about the fitness and wellness facilities and programs featured on many cruise ships. However, staying fit on a cruise vacation has never been...
  • Ulman fund founder leaving Livestrong to become CEO at Ohio-based cancer organization

    Ulman fund founder leaving Livestrong to become CEO at Ohio-based cancer organization
    Doug Ulman, a Howard County native and founder of the Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults, has been named president and CEO of Pelotonia, a cycling organization that raises money for cancer research, according to officials of the Ohio-based organization....
  • The law is on cyclists' side, readers say

    The law is on cyclists' side, readers say
    Los Angeles drivers are protective of their road space, an attitude made clear by the three letters published Thursday admonishing cyclists to follow traffic laws strictly and to get out of the way of faster cars in exchange for a state law giving them...
  • Bicycling magazine ranks 50 best U.S. biking cities

    Bicycling magazine ranks 50 best U.S. biking cities
    Bicycling magazine has come out with its once-every-two-years ranking of America's 50 best cities for cycling, and Orlando doesn't make the list. I would say this is not that surprising except for the fact that Miami ranks 29th. Perhaps things have...
  • Nibali attacks to claim stage and Tour lead

    Nibali attacks to claim stage and Tour lead
    SHEFFIELD, England - Italian Vincenzo Nibali claimed the overall lead on the Tour de France after a late attack earned him victory in the second stage on Sunday. The Astana rider powered away about two kilometres from the finish and held off the...
  • 'Bookcycle' peddles a new take on feminism

    'Bookcycle' peddles a new take on feminism
    On a mural-lined corner of Echo Park, a dozen people gather around a tricycle painted a summery yellow. But even more eye-catching than the color is its main feature: a triple-decker shelf filled with books. Shaded by a parasol, classics like "The...
  • 2014 Fall Gear Guide for the Outdoors

    2014 Fall Gear Guide for the Outdoors
    ARCHERY TIME      Accurately judging the distance of your target as well as it’s elevation from your blind, stand or treestand is critical for success during archery hunting.    Bushnell’s new G-Force DX laser range finder (www.bushnell....
  • Nibali closes in on Tour de France victory

    Nibali closes in on Tour de France victory
    PERIGUEUX France -- Having dominated his rivals on all terrains, Vincenzo Nibali was poised to win the Tour de France as he avoided any late dramas on Saturday in the penultimate stage, a 54km time trial from Bergerac won by Germany's Tony Martin....
  • Lance Armstrong must face U.S. doping lawsuit, judge rules

    Lance Armstrong must face U.S. doping lawsuit, judge rules
    A U.S. judge on Thursday rejected Lance Armstrong's bid to dismiss a federal whistleblower lawsuit claiming that he and his former cycling team, which had been sponsored by the U.S. Postal Service, had defrauded the government through a scheme to use...