Reminder: The Tour De France Starts Today, And It's Ridiculously HardYour yearly reminder that one of the world's biggest cycling race is extremely hard.
Disgraced Cyclist Armstrong, Management Company Ordered To Pay $10 MillionDallas-based SCA Promotions sued Lance Armstrong to get its money back after Armstrong's cheating was exposed by a report from the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency and a televised confession interview with Oprah Winfrey.
Police: Lance Armstrong Hit Parked Cars, Blamed GirlfriendDisgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong hit two parked cars after a night of partying in Aspen but agreed to let his longtime girlfriend take the blame to avoid national attention, police reports show.
NYC Lowers Bike Speed Limit In Central ParkThe city has been posting signs in the park declaring a 20-mph speed limit for both vehicles and bikes. That's a drop from 25 mph.
Colombian National Women’s Cycling Team Creates Stir With New Uniforms They're called cycling kits, the uniforms that cyclists wear in every color of the rainbow, but the color 'nude' has sparked something of an international incident.
Guide To Yellowstone National ParkRefer to this visitor's guide to Yellowstone National Park - the world's first national park featuring more geysers than any other location in the world.
InTandem Offers The Blind Opportunity To Bike In NYCThe program gives the visually disabled the opportunity to ride bikes. Cyclist ride in pairs on tandem bikes.
Froome Wins 100th Tour de France, Second Straight Winner From BritainThe riders raced on the Champs-Elysees as the sun cast golden hues over the peloton and shadows lengthened over the dense, cheering crowds.
Froome Riding To Victory In 100th Tour de France Froome has dominated rivals over three weeks on the road and coolly adroitly dealt with doping suspicions off it.
Froome Secures Yellow Jersey, On Verge Of Winning First Tour de France Chris Froome retained his big race lead Saturday to all but ensure he will become Britain's second consecutive Tour de France champion.
Chris Froome Wins Stage 15 Of Tour de France, Extends Lead Froome attacked about two-thirds of the way up the mammoth 13-mile Ventoux and his brutal acceleration was too much.