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Bicycle Racing

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  • Australia seek Evans successor as retirement talk swirls

    MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Tour de France winner Cadel Evans may not have made up his mind about whether to wrap up his professional career but Australian cycling is already wrestling with the problem of how to replace him. The 37-year-old, Australia's...
  • Local hero Contador secures third Tour of Spain title

    SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA Spain (Reuters) - Local favorite Alberto Contador wrapped up his third Tour of Spain triumph when he comfortably held on to his overall lead in the final stage time trial in a rain-soaked Santiago de Compostela on Sunday. Tinkoff-...
  • Ulissi suspended again after positive Giro test

    PARIS (Reuters) - Diego Ulissi was provisionally suspended by his Lampre team on Tuesday for the second time after disciplinary proceedings were opened against the Italian rider who failed a dope test at the Giro d'Italia. Ulissi had been provisionally...
  • Letter: Don't discount the benefits of bicycling

    Walk Bike Burbank would like to respond to recent letters critical of the Verdugo Avenue bike lanes. Safe streets are everyone’s concern: motorist, bicyclist and pedestrian. Bicycle lanes provide increased transportation choices. The reality is that...
  • Spain looking to put last year's hiccup behind on home soil

    PARIS (Reuters) - When it comes to the Spanish cycling team, unity is not the word that springs to mind. At last year's world championships, Joaquim Rodriguez was left crying on the podium after his team mate Alejandro Valverde had failed to cover...
  • Lehigh Valley runners can light up night and morning

    Pat Benatar's appearance at the PPL Center as the opening act for Cher last Monday got postponed because of Cher's illness, but runners and cyclists would have loved to hear her sing "We Belong to the Light" as a precursor to autumn. As the days get...
  • Victory BrewGrass Fest returns to the Velodrome

    Victory BrewGrass Fest returns to the Velodrome
    Like bluegrass? Like beer? Make tracks to the second annual Victory BrewGrass Fest at the Valley Preferred Cycling Center on Sept. 20. Ten bands of international, national and regional recognition will perform continuously on two stages. Returning...
  • Hawaii: Bike tour lets you see the Big Island, burn some calories

    Hawaii: Bike tour lets you see the Big Island, burn some calories
    Adventure travelers can work off the pounds they may gain during the holidays on cycling trips across Hawaii’s Big Island. Bicycle Adventures, an Issaquah, Wash.-based company, offers several late fall and early winter departure dates for rides...
  • Speed-driven Aussie cycling given funding lifeline

    MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Cash-strapped national governing body Cycling Australia has had a board shake-out and received a A$2 million (US$1.81 million) lifeline to keep its Olympic programme on track after battling back from virtual insolvency. Former...
  • Australian cycling shaken up, gets A$2 million loan

    MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Cash-strapped national governing body Cycling Australia has had a board shake-out and will receive a A$2 million (1.1 million pounds) loan to help lift the sport out of its financial struggles, officials said on Tuesday. Outgoing...
  • Colombian women's nude kit unacceptable, says UCI's Cookson

    (Reuters) - Flesh-coloured kit that makes a Colombian women's cycling team look naked below the waist has been described as unacceptable by the sport's governing body. Photographs of the Bogota Humana team were taken at the Tour of Tuscany, showing six...