The bike I spotted today is cool for several reasons. So cool it turned me into a bit of a bike commute stalker (with good intentions). As I rode across the Lyndale Avenue pedestrian bridge I saw a man carrying his son on a Workcycle Bakfeit. Never heard of one? Neither had I until a few months ago…
I’ve mapped the various routes I could take between work and home and it appears the lake paths will add about a mile on each leg of my trip. A longer commute is not something I consider to be a perk of my personal commuter challenge. So there’s my dilemma: scenic or straight forward?
Some cyclists racing in today’s stage of the Tour de France were bumped by a car on the course, with at least one rider being thrown into a barbed wire fence
Some major pedal power is in the Twin Cities this weekend at the National Sports Center in Blaine.
A Minnesota man picked the worst place to crash his bike but the absolute best time to do it. Gary Werning believes other cyclists saved his life thousands of feet up, on top of a Colorado mountain after he slammed into rocks head-first.
The neat thing about Phil Keoghan’s documentary is that it saw its genesis in contemplation of the supposed ridiculousness of men reeling from their midlife crises, but emerged as a testament to Aaliyah’s old maxim — age ain’t nothin’ but a number.
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Lance Armstrong dismissed as “nonsense” a reported claim by Greg LeMond that the seven-time Tour de France champion tried to pay someone $300,000 to say LeMond used a banned drug.
Close the book on the Lance Armstrong era at the Tour de France. He has. The record seven-time champion wrote off his chances of victory in his 13th and last Tour, signaling the beginning of […]
Photos from Stage Two of the Tour de France, where Lance Armstrong was bloodied in crash.
Lance Armstrong, Alberto Contador and nearly half of the riders in this year’s Tour de France have already been involved in crashes after only two stages — and the casualty rate is about to get […]