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Bicycle Racing

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  • Cyclists flock to area for Tour of Hampton Roads

    The Tour de France may be an ocean away, but cycling enthusiasts in Hampton Roads won't have to travel far to see their favorite sport this weekend. Thanks to the efforts of Celerity Cycling, a cycling team based out of southern Virginia, organizers...
  • Baranoski, Marquadt win Keystone Cup

    "I love kierin. It's my favorite race." The speaker was Matt Baranoski, who had just won the men's Bear Creek Keystone Cup race at Valley Preferred Cycling Center in Trexlertown. Mandy Marquadt won the women's race on an ideal night for racing.. Winning...
  • Cycling officials vow to fight doping at Tour de France

    Cycling officials vow to fight doping at Tour de France
    International cycling officials will team with a French anti-doping agency to test for cheaters at the upcoming Tour de France. The work will begin with every rider being checked before the start of the famed race on Saturday. "This partnership...
  • Marcel Kittel wins Stage 3 of Tour de France in London

    Marcel Kittel wins Stage 3 of Tour de France in London
    Germany's Marcel Kittel showed he may be the sprinter to beat at the Tour de France, speeding to his second stage win this year in Stage 3 on Monday as cycling's biggest race entered London before leaving England for France. Rain doused riders at the...
  • Lance Armstrong says he is bored, agitated without competitive cycling

    Banned from all competition, Lance Armstrong says he often feels bored and agitated, and that he sometimes receives money from extremely wealthy people who pay to race him. Armstrong talks about life without competitive cycling in the August issue of...
  • Marcel Kittel wins fourth stage of Tour de France

    Marcel Kittel wins fourth stage of Tour de France
    LILLE, France --- Marcel Kittel won the fourth stage of the Tour de France — his third of the race — in a sprint as the tour returned home from England on Tuesday. Crashes ensnared some big names, but Vincenzo Nibali of Italy retained the...
  • Tour de Naperville gets kids on bicycles

    Tour de Naperville gets kids on bicycles
    While the Tour de France brings together the best cyclists from around the world for a brutal test of endurance, the Junior Tour de Naperville's goals are a bit more down-to-earth: promote the sport of cycling for kids. The second annual event organized...
  • Defending champ Chris Froome drops out of Tour de France

    Defending champ Chris Froome drops out of Tour de France
    Defending champion Chris Froome dropped out of the Tour de France after crashing twice in a chaotic, rain-soaked ride in the fifth stage on Wednesday at Arenberg, France. A day after hurting his left wrist in a crash in the fourth stage, Froome fell...
  • Andre Greipel wins sixth stage of Tour de France

    Andre Greipel wins sixth stage of Tour de France
    Andre Greipel of Germany won the sixth stage of the Tour de France in a sprint as the pack entered Champagne country, and Vincenzo Nibali of Italy retained the yellow jersey on Thursday at Reims, France. The German champion collected his sixth career...
  • Matteo Trentin wins seventh stage of Tour de France

    Matteo Trentin wins seventh stage of Tour de France
    Matteo Trentin has won the seventh stage of the Tour de France at Epernay, France, in a photo finish, after a group crash and hilly final section split the pack — notably ensnaring U.S. rider Tejay van Garderen. Italy's Vincenzo Nibali retained the...
  • Heading for middle age? Bring your sneakers to cut breast cancer risk

    Heading for middle age? Bring your sneakers to cut breast cancer risk
    For women past childbearing age, a new study finds that a modest amount of exercise -- four hours a week of walking or more intensive physical activity such as cycling for just two hours a week -- drives down breast cancer risk by roughly 10%. If...