This past weekend was my first back-to-back rides of the season and as enjoyable as the temperatures were, it reminded me how little respect we get from some drivers. Saturday morning, a woman driving a sedan hurled a few f-bombs out her window when my group didn’t clear the turning… Read More →
MILAN (AP) Lance Armstrong pulled out of Saturday’s Milan-San Remo race, citing acute gastroenteritis. Team RadioShack said the seven-time Tour de France champion would be replaced by Fumiyuki Beppu. “It would not be very intelligent to let him start in a race of almost (200 miles) while not being… Read More →
Last week U.S. Secretary of Transportation, Ray LaHood stood on top of a table during the National Bike Summit in Washington DC to announce a “sea-change” in transit planning, the end of favoring motorized transportation. LaHood outlined the following on his blog on the transportation’s website. People across America who… Read More →
Terrific story by an old friend Chris Hepp at the Philadelphia Inquirer about another friend Robin Morton who is one of the key players in brining the Giro d’Italia to America in 2012. Click here to read.
PAUL LOGOTHETIS,AP Sports Writer / CALASPARRA, Spain (AP) Lance Armstrong is feeling the physical demands of his second year back in cycling. The 38-year-old Armstrong said Thursday that he “suffered a little bit” at the start of the Vuelta of Murcia, his first race in five weeks. Nerves even came… Read More →