Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Liquigas-Cannondale releases pics of its new kit

Sunday, January 2, 2011

Cycling saved my life

This is a great motivational story about how cycling made a man healthier and saved his life by preventative health care methods.
It also shows that you don't have to be a Fred cyclist or an elite racer to enjoy cycling. Bicycling at any level is fun an beneficial to your health.
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Taylor Phinney plans ambitious program in pro debut

Taylor Phinney will jump headlong into the pro ranks in 2011 with an ambitious racing program that will include the spring classics and the Tour of California, but BMC brass say there will no pressure on the promising American talent.

Phinney, 20, will enter the professional waters with gusto, with a season debut at the Tour of Qatar followed by likely starts in Paris-Nice, the spring classics, the California tour and the U.S. national championships.

He already boasts an impressive palmares for a rider who cannot legally buy a drink in his home state of Colorado, with a strong mix of impressive results in the elite, U23 and junior ranks, on the track and the road.