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Chris Froome's abandonment from the Tour de France sent British cycling to a new low following two years of unbridled success.
Today's Washington Post has a screed by Courtland Milloy, the African-American beat columnist for the paper, on biking, where he advocates attacking cyclists .
It came and went in the flash of an eye but it would appear the Tour de France has left a lasting impact on Essex.
Holland's Lars Boom prevailed amid the carnage which saw defending champion Chris Froome abandon the Tour de France to win a thrilling fifth stage over the cobbles of northern France on Wednesday.
Officials in central New York say four people are dead and four homes have been destroyed in building collapses amid severe thunderstorms.
Image by Sgt Paul Morrison RLC - 29/06/2014 MoD Release Authorised Handout Image IMAGE: Flying Officer Anthony Richardson As cycling fever grips Yorkshire in advance of Le Grand Depart of the Tour de France 2014, some of the top cyclists in the Armed Forces have been testing the 390 kilometre route in the county to assist in the preparations for ... (more)
The two pop superstars were in Whistler last weekend for the wedding of their manager Scooter Braun, who discovered Bieber and Jepsen.
Middle aged men who spend nine hours a week on their bike are more likely to be diagnosed with prostate cancer, new research suggests.
Stage: The first stage in France after three days in Britain, it took riders on a 163.5-kilometer flat trek from Le Touquet on the English Channel coast to Lille.
With another sprint stage set for Wednesday, and other sprinters seemingly powerless to overtake the powerful German in a flat out race to the line, the peloton's fastest man could equal his four stage wins last year before the race finishes its first week.
The Tour de France Grand Depart may have centred on Yorkshire over the weekend, but the benefits have been felt across the border in East Lancashire too.
Graham Nash feels optimistic that young people will once again change America for the better.
Former Lees-McRae student and standout racer Andrew Talansky has his eyes set on a yellow jersey in this year's running of the Tour de France that got underway on Saturday.
Following Lance Armstrong's admission of PED use, the sport of cycling, and the Tour de France in particular, was in danger of alienating its fan base.
With the Tour de France starting over the weekend in Yorkshire, you may have noticed reigning champion Chris Froome and the rest of Team Sky in a new helmet.
Rain in the City of London doused riders at the end of the 155-kilometer ride from the university town of Cambridge to a dramatic finish past landmarks Big Ben and Westminster.
Updated: Thu Jul 10, 2014 01:38 am
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