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Bicycle Racing

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  • Philadelphia team dominates Rodale Corporate Challenge cycling race

    If, a few years from now, there's a budding cycling rivalry between the Lehigh Valley and Philadelphia, it'll primarily be because Lisa Nutter coaxed her husband to make the ride to Trexlertown to watch her ride the past two years. Lisa Nutter's...
  • 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...
  • Saxo Bank retains sponsorship of Contador's team

    (Reuters) - The Tinkoff-Saxo cycling team, led by twice Tour de France winner Alberto Contador, have received a boost with Denmark's Saxo Bank announcing it will remain a co-title sponsor for 2015. The team is owned by Russia's Oleg Tinkov and managed by...
  • Cycling-Italy opens murder probe into Pantani's death a decade later

    ROME (Reuters) - An Italian court is investigating the 2004 death of Marco Pantani after his mother presented evidence and analysis to the tribunal that she says shows he was murdered. The 34-year-old Pantani, who won the Tour de France in 1998, was...
  • Belkin strike it lucky with Dutch lottery sponsorship

    AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - A sponsorship deal with the Dutch national lottery operator guaranteed the Belkin cycling team's future on Wednesday. The Lotto company will become the main sponsor of both the professional cycling team and a Dutch speedskating...
  • Rogers's switch in focus pays off with Tour stage win

    BAGNERES DE LUCHON France (Reuters) - Michael Rogers abandoned his dream of winning a grand tour to target more reasonable goals and his shift of ambition paid off on Tuesday when he won the 16th stage of the Tour de France. The Australian Tinkoff-Saxo...
  • Electric bikes all the buzz at a growing number of tour companies

    As Ike Fazzio and I pedaled our Swiss-made, electric-assist bikes through Balboa Park, a steep climb loomed. Usually that would mean bearing down, sweating a bit and perhaps even walking up the incline. But not that day. With a flick of my wrist, the...
  • Points ace Sagan joins Tinkoff-Saxo

    (Reuters) - Tinkoff-Saxo have signed Slovakian sprint ace Peter Sagan on a three-year contract from Cannondale, the Denmark-based team announced on Friday. Sagan, 24, has won the Tour de France green jersey for the points classification winner three...
  • Marathon man Brasher inspires London to get riding

    LONDON (Reuters) - As race director of the London Marathon Hugh Brasher was not exactly short of things to do with his time but when the invitations went out for bidders to organise and run a mass cycling event on a similar scale he jumped at the chance....
  • Spin classes take a plunge in the pool

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - In a trend raising images of surrealism in the gym, bicycles have pedalled into the pool for a new fitness workout An increasing numbers of exercisers, seeking everything from a sanctuary from sweat, to joint relief, to a vigorous,...
  • Cyclists flock to area for Tour of Hampton Roads

    The Tour de France may be an ocean away, but cycling enthusiasts in Hampton Roads won't have to travel far to see their favorite sport this weekend. Thanks to the efforts of Celerity Cycling, a cycling team based out of southern Virginia, organizers...