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Bicycle Racing

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  • Injured Wiggins retires from Tour of Switzerland

    LONDON (Reuters) - Former Tour de France champion Bradley Wiggins has pulled out of the Tour of Switzerland following a crash on stage four, Team Sky said on Wednesday. Wiggins, who said earlier this month he expects to miss this year's Tour with 2013...
  • Locally invented ICY Feet helps plantar fasciitis and other foot pain

     
    Craig Snyder isn’t really a runner, but as an athlete, he faced one of the worst and most nagging problems of all: plantar fasciitis. Plantar fasciitis is a painful heel and sole of the foot problem that is caused by straining the ligament that...
  • Dutch team seeking new sponsor as Belkin pulls out

    (Reuters) - The Belkin cycling team will need to find a new backer next season after its title sponsor said on Tuesday it was pulling out of the sport after only a year. Belkin, a Californian consumer electronics group, succeeded Rabobank as the...
  • Canton Eyes Safe Routes To School Progam

    Canton Eyes Safe Routes To School Progam
    CANTON — A committee is looking at ways of making it easier and safer for students to walk or ride their bikes to school, in particular Canton Intermediate School. That group was started earlier this spring and its work is in the preliminary...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Pratt & Whitney Cycling Club Members Participate In Two June Charity Events

    The Pratt & Whitney Cycling Club geared up to participate in two charitable rides this spring. First was the Windsor Multiple Sclerosis Ride on June 1. The event has been supported by the Pratt & Whitney team for six years, during which they have helped...
  • UCI deny Froome given preferential treatment

    (Reuters) - American Andrew Talansky was the surprise winner of the Criterium du Dauphine after he overcame a 39-second deficit to beat pre-race favourites Alberto Contador and Chris Froome on Sunday. The final stage had been expected to be a showdown...
  • IOC president says cycling is cleaning up its act

    With the 2014 Tour de France less than a month away, the International Olympic Committee has expressed confidence that cycling officials are making headway in their efforts to clean up the sport, which has long been under the shadow of doping scandals....
  • Beer, breakfast and bikes

    Beer, breakfast and bikes
    Hope you like beer, breakfast and bike mechanics, Chicago. This year's Chicago Bike Week, which runs Friday, June 13, through Friday, June 20, will sport free food, drinks and tune-ups all over the city. Chicago Bike Week celebrates the city's cycling...
  • Getting Around: Chicago gets closer to mayor's bike lane goal

    Getting Around: Chicago gets closer to mayor's bike lane goal
    Chicago is hustling to reach the finish line next spring on Mayor Rahm Emanuel's promise to complete 100 miles of bicycle lanes that are shielded from traffic, and city officials hope the public doesn't judge the project strictly by the number of bike...
  • Critical Mass or critical mess?

    Critical Mass or critical mess?
    On the evening of Friday, May 30, Daniel Littell reportedly did what cyclists across South Florida do every day: He flipped off a motorist. Problem: The motorist was Fort Lauderdale Police officer Jason Wilson, who jumped from his cruiser, knocked...
  • Whitehall man fights back against plantar fasciitis

    Craig Snyder isn't really a runner, but as an athlete, he faced one of the worst and most nagging problems of all: plantar fasciitis. Plantar fasciitis is a painful heel and sole of the foot problem that is caused by straining the ligament that supports...