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Bicycle Racing

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  • Bike enthusiast combines expertise in art, cycling to create ideal career

    When Adam Kaplan was growing up in Palatine, Ill., he says he was more into skateboarding then cycling, but that changed when he went away to college in Madison, Wis. "I bought a bike to get around campus and to ride the trails, and I just fell in love...
  • Canadians reign supreme in UCI keirin in T-town

    Canadians reign supreme in UCI keirin in T-town
    Oh Canada! In their final performance as a team at the Valley Preferred Cycling Center in Trexlertown, Canada's national team reigned supreme today in the UCI keirin. Hugo Barrette captured the men's keirin and Canadian Olympian Monique Sullivan won...
  • Netherlands, a site for Tour de France, is a paradise for cyclists

    Netherlands, a site for Tour de France, is a paradise for cyclists
    The world's most famous bike race, the Tour de France, gets rolling July 4 in the Dutch university town of Utrecht. Spandex-clad pro cyclists will spend two days in the pancake-flat plains of the Netherlands before moving down to Belgium and on to...
  • Records fall in Trexlertown for second time in three weeks.

    Records fall in Trexlertown for second time in three weeks.
    Three things we know so far about the UCI sprinting festival that has taken place at the Valley Preferred Cycling Center over the past three weeks: The New Zealand men's sprinters are dominant, as evidenced by Eddie Dawkins winning the UCI Festival of...
  • Free summer activities for kids

    Free summer activities for kids
    Now that school is out, get the kids off the video games and electronic devices by getting them involved in activities that get their metabolism working. Here are some free activities for kids this summer. Kids Run: The Lehigh Valley Road Runners...
  • Different methods, same results at World Series of Bicycling

    Different methods, same results at World Series of Bicycling
    New Zealand's Eddie Dawkins and Canada's Monique Sullivan went about their tasks in different ways, but both proved their points Friday night in Trexlertown. Dawkins and Sullivan won the UCI Keirin events to claim the title of Fastest Man and Woman on...
  • Free for summer: Lehigh Valley concerts, movies, art, more

    Free for summer: Lehigh Valley concerts, movies, art, more
    Summer arrives in a week and, with it, the search for activities to make the most of it. That doesn't mean you have to shell out lots of dough for your entertainment. There are plenty of activities in the Lehigh Valley — from music and movies to...
  • Bike Morton Grove group shoves off to promote cycling

    Bike Morton Grove group shoves off to promote cycling
    Residents have formed a group to promote bicycling in the community, take advantage of the bike trails in Morton Grove and make the community safe for cyclists. The group, Bike Morton Grove, launched its debut bike ride Saturday, June 13, with about a...
  • Cycling (mostly) naked good for the brain

    I took up cycling several years ago after reading multiple scientific studies concluding that the simple act of repetitive clockwise leg movement while hunched over and struggling to breathe (my definition of cycling) improves memory and concentration...
  • Race Across America teams pedal for records, empowerment

    Race Across America teams pedal for records, empowerment
    It's called the Race Across America, but for a few local cyclists, it's also a race back home. Two teams with local ties will start in Oceanside, California, on June 20 and race 3,000 miles across 12 states to the finish line at City Dock in Annapolis....
  • Dutch national cycling team coach enjoys Trexlertown

    Dutch national cycling team coach enjoys Trexlertown
    Rene Wolff was just 12 years old when the Berlin Wall fell, so he had no political ideologies to deal with when his hometown of Erfurt, East Germany, assimilated into the unified German state. But that day, Aug. 19, 1989, helped shape the man Wolff was...