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Bicycle Racing

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  • City Hall Announcements: New businesses downtown, biking and health care fair

    City Hall Announcements: New businesses downtown, biking and health care fair
    Wardlaw is public information officer and marketing coordinator for the city of Annapolis.   The City of Annapolis congratulates owners Frank M. Hetrick, Chris Oland, and Michelle and Jeremy Hoffman on a successful opening of the new Preserve...
  • Millersville/Crownsville: Old Mill graduate seeks help to make a difference in the world

    Millersville/Crownsville: Old Mill graduate seeks help to make a difference in the world
    Sahand Yazdanyar getting prepared to take a journey – not only a physical journey, but an emotional journey to travel the country and make a difference along the way. Yazdanyar will be participating in the Journey of Hope, a cycling event that...
  • Getting back to biking this season

    Until recently, bicycling was not an activity I did often. When my son got a new bike for Christmas in 2013, he was immediately hooked. After months of begging me to ride with him, I gave in and dusted off my old 10-speed that I have had since high...
  • Lehigh Valley makes progress in bike safety

    Lehigh Valley makes progress in bike safety
    It's hard to miss Meg Buck when she's peddling her orange cargo bike, designed to carry 400 pounds plus her, from her Bethlehem home to the Easton Farmers Market. While she usually feels safe on the road, the 36-year-old mother of two sometimes has a...
  • Finding the best training method for the bike portion of a triathlon

    Q: "What is the best way to train for the bike portion of a triathlon when you aren't able to get outside for two or three hour rides — a stationary bike or a trainer?" – Julie L., El Dorado Hills, CA A: As with most things, when it comes to...
  • Why is bicycling so divisive?

    Why is bicycling so divisive?
    Conventional wisdom tells us not to bring up politics or religion in polite discussion. And if you live in a city, specifically Chicago, go ahead and add bicycles to that forbidden topics list.  For such a seemingly innocent and harmless activity,...
  • Cyclists aim to make Metro Orlando roads safer

    Cyclists aim to make Metro Orlando roads safer
    Metro Orlando may rank among the deadliest communities in the country for walkers and bicyclists, but the area seemed pretty safe Tuesday when cycling experts took a four-hour tour. "I think it's positive, definitely seen improvements," said Bill...
  • Amgen Tour of California unveils route for 2015 race

    Amgen Tour of California unveils route for 2015 race
    Organizers of the Amgen Tour of California have unveiled the route of this year's cycling race, which is celebrating its 10th anniversary. The eight-stage, 724-mile race will start May 10 in Sacramento and finish in Pasadena on May 17. The tour will...
  • Lance Armstong plans to participate in Livestrong Challenge

    Lance Armstong plans to participate in Livestrong Challenge
    AUSTIN, Texas — Lance Armstrong is getting back on his bike, this time to raise money for the charity he founded and was later pressured to leave. Armstrong has set up a fundraising team for the Livestrong Challenge ride in Austin in October. It...
  • Lance Armstrong's lies carry a steep, and rising, price

    Lance Armstrong's lies carry a steep, and rising, price
    Not long after Lance Armstrong's unprecedented seven Tour de France titles were stripped in 2012, the cyclist tweeted a defiant photo. Armstrong reclined on a couch in a dimly lighted room, appearing unworried about the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency's...
  • For Year-Round Bicycle Commuters, Winter Is Just Another Season

    For Year-Round Bicycle Commuters, Winter Is Just Another Season
    Nothing seemed out of the ordinary to the half-dozen bicycle riders who filtered into Maddie's in East Hartford on a Friday in February for their monthly breakfast gathering. It's a convenient and friendly spot, as most of them work as engineers across...