Lance

Armstrong to fix sport of cycling starting with flat tire.

Lance Armstrong, the disgraced former winner of seven Tour de France titles, has finally decided to fix cycling. Now it would be easy to assume that means that Armstrong has told investigators at the UCI Independent Commission everything about his doping practices. After all, Armstrong has promised on several occasions that he’d be the first […]

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Horner secret Vuelta plan working perfectly.

  Last season American Chris Horner discovered the ideal strategy for winning the Vuelta a Espana. The 42 year old was plagued by injury early in the year but came back late to perform well — second overall in the Tour of Utah — before surprising tired rivals like Vincenzo Nibali in the Vuelta a […]

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Cavendish to Tour of California? Wiggo and Cav in Cali.

  The Tour of California woke up in an extremely good mood today. Thanks to the overlapping dates in May, the race is always struggling to steal stars from the Giro d’Italia. Big names like Nibali and Froome are either in Italy or some high attitude training camp than in Cali. Today however, a big […]

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Paris-Roubaix contenders. Where is your heart?

  How are you feeling emotionally about this edition of the storied Paris-Roubaix? In other words, where is your heart and you are you pulling for? Are you emotionally invested in Fabian Cancellara pulling off another Flanders-Roubaix double and watching him collapse on the infield grass of the velodrome and kiss Ms. Spartacus and go […]

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Wiggins hopes to ride with Cancellara in Paris-Roubaix

Can I ride with you Fabian? Is it really just too much to ask? Can’t a former Tour de France winner with a royal title make a request? Would it be totally out of the question for Sir Bradley Wiggins to tag along in Fabian Cancellara’s company when the shitty cobbles hit the fan in […]

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Cancellara too strong for Roubaix rivals?

  Fabian Cancellara will attempt to muscle his way to another Flanders-Roubaix double this Sunday. It’s difficult to imagine who would possibly be stronger on the cobblestones. Spartacus earned his Ronde victory pretty much solo. Yes, he won the four up sprint — three up because who is really counting Stijn Vandenbergh (Omega Pharma – Quick-Step)? […]

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Paolo

Paolo Salvodelli. An alternative punishment.

Man, those Italian anti-doping authorities are really COMING DOWN on retired rider Paolo Salvodelli. They are STICKING IT to El Falcon. CONI, aka the Italian Olympic Committee, is recommending a take-that-doper! two year, eight month ban. A ban from what, exactly, and what meaning does this farcical “punishment” really carry? The former winner of the […]

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Flanders: the big three and who else?

Thomas. Mr Flanders?   Hard to go against conventional wisdom and pick anybody but Tom Boonen, Fabian Cancellara or Peter Sagan to win the Tour of Flanders this Sunday. You’d look like a fool for even suggesting an alternative. Like ordering pizza and a glass of Chianti instead of frites and a Belgian beer on […]

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Farrar

Greipel and Farrar down and out in Ghent-Wevelgem

  Farrar. Down, out. If this is local Ghent resident Tyler Farrar’s home away from home, right now he must be wishing maybe he lived in Girona, Spain or Nice, France. Call moving van, pack boxes. Farrar was on clearly on form after his podium in Dwars door Vlaanderen and was as optimistic as we’ve heard […]

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Almost out of Tour de France deodorant.

Oh my God, what’s that smell? The 2014 Tour de France is less than 100 days away and sadly I am almost out of my French deodorant. It’s back to the organic Tom’s Lavender scented stick and life just won’t have the same wonderful perfume. I’m down to my last sprays on the can I […]

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Van Garderen outkicks Froome and Quintana.

  Tejay wins a cold one. This is something that didn’t happen in the 2013 Tour de France: Tejay van Garderen accelerating away from Sky’s Chris Froome and tour revelation Nairo Quintana of Movistar on a nasty mountain climb. Less than a year later, March 27th to be exact, van Garderen has proof that his […]

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Farrar second best in Dwars door Vlaanderen.

  Farrar first one to second place. Nearly Man back in action. Garmin-Sharp sprinter and Belgium-phile, Tyler Farrar won the sprint for second in Dwars door Vlaanderen. He and the rest of the peloton could not catch a powerful Niki Terpstra (Omega Pharma-Quick Step) who solo’d in for his second victory in this Belgian classic. Bummer […]

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Wiggins’ Roubaix-California yo-yo diet.

What’s the skinny on Wiggins and his crazy yo-yo diet? It’s going to be interesting to see if Sky’s Bradley Wiggins can pull off his weight gain, weight loss routine with any racing success. Right now he’s fatting himself up so he can better handle the nasty stones of Paris-Roubaix. His thighs still won’t be […]

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