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Bicycle Racing

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  • Alberto Contador says he's planning to retire in 2016

    Alberto Contador says he's planning to retire in 2016
    Two-time Tour de France winner Alberto Contador says he is planning to retire from cycling in 2016. Contador, considered one of the top grand tour cyclists in the world, told the Associated Press that "next year will most likely be my last." The...
  • Lance Armstrong ordered to pay $10 million to promotions company

    Lance Armstrong ordered to pay $10 million to promotions company
    Disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong has been ordered to pay $10 million to a promotions company after an arbitration panel found he conducted an "unparalleled pageant of international perjury, fraud and conspiracy" during his career. A three-man...
  • 10 things you might not know about stunts

     10 things you might not know about stunts
    Nik Wallenda intends to walk across the Chicago River on a tightrope next weekend. It's a stunt — a staged event designed to capture public attention. You could say that "10 Things" is a stunt, too, which means you'd better pay attention. Here are...
  • 10 things you might not know about victory speeches

    10 things you might not know about victory speeches
    When Republican Bruce Rauner claimed victory Tuesday in a bitter race for governor, his speech set off a whole new wave of controversy. He told supporters he had called Democratic legislative leaders Michael Madigan and John Cullerton, "and I said to...
  • Travel deals: 7 days of cycling in Tuscany, including meals and wine

    Travel deals: 7 days of cycling in Tuscany, including meals and wine
    Here are some of the more interesting deals, websites and other travel tidbits that came across our desk recently: •Ciclismo Classico offers a seven-day/six-night cycling vacation in Tuscany that's based on a family-run farm. There will be six days...
  • Orange Cycle honored by the Florida Bicycle Association

    Orange Cycle honored by the Florida Bicycle Association
    Bicycling is a pastime that’s loved by thousands of people in Central Florida, Becky Afonso said. There are literally so many of them that it’s important for the state to promote bicycle safety, education and accessibility. That’s...
  • It's on: Winter biking contest starts Saturday in Chicago

    It's on: Winter biking contest starts Saturday in Chicago
    Grab your balaclavas, boys and girls. Starting this weekend, the competition is on to crown Chicago's king or queen of winter cycling. The Active Transportation Alliance, a cycling-focused advocacy group that co-hosts the city's annual Bike to Work...
  • Lagging behind other cities, Baltimore moves toward better bike lanes

    Lagging behind other cities, Baltimore moves toward better bike lanes
    When advocates talk about U.S. cities that are friendliest to bicyclists, they mention places such as San Francisco, Seattle and Austin, Texas. They even praise Pittsburgh. But Baltimore, they say, lags behind. City officials are working to change...
  • Local fitness options

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  • Connecticut's Olympic Dreams

    Connecticut's Olympic Dreams
    With the prospect of the Olympics coming to a city just over an hour away, Connecticut is looking at a potential boon. No one can say whether this state would host events or just benefit from the spillover of visitors if Boston were to win the...
  • Bishop charged with manslaughter in death of cyclist Thomas Palermo

    Bishop charged with manslaughter in death of cyclist Thomas Palermo
    A high-ranking leader in the Episcopal Diocese of Maryland was charged Friday with manslaughter for allegedly driving drunk and sending text messages when she struck and killed cyclist Thomas Palermo last month. Bishop Suffragan Heather Elizabeth Cook,...