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  • 2012 Giro d’Italia U.S. TV schedule

     
    Universal Sports Network has live and taped coverage of cycling's Giro d'Italia (Tour of Italy) May 5-27, with coverage of all 21 stages. The Giro is one of cycling's three Grand Tour races, along with the Tour de France and the Vuelta a EspaŮa. Many...
  • Dutch star Van Bon to race in T-town on opening night

     
    Leon Van Bon, a 1992 Olympic silver medal winner and two-time stage winner at the Tour de France, will compete in the U.S. Sprint Grand Prix on the opening night of the international professional World Series of Bicycling at the......
  • Cannondale offers Tour de France contest

     
    Cannondale says: “Cannondale has launched its exciting Backstage at the Tour Contest. For the second consecutive year, Cannondale will make a cycling fan’s dream come true by giving them a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to spend a week with...
  • 2012 Tour de France TV coverage on NBC Sports

     
    The 99th edition of cycling’s Tour de France starts Saturday, June 30, in LiŤge, Belgium. The race is made up of one prologue and 20 stages covering a total distance of 3,479 km. The route includes nine flat stages, four medium mountain stages, five...
  • Avoid the Dangers of Dehydration

    Avoid the Dangers of Dehydration
    When Tour de France cyclist Cadel Evans wanted to press on after fracturing his elbow in a fall in Stage 8, BMC Racing Team physician Max Testa, M.D., made the call. Seeing no risk of permanent damage, Testa gave Evans the green light. "It was a stable...
  • Tour of California 2012 will finish at L.A. Live

     
    Amgen Tour of California to finish in 2012 at LA Live....
  • Schleck fends off Contador to keep Tour de France lead

     
    Andy Schleck and Alberto Contador played a cat-and-mouse game Sunday as the Tour de France entered the Pyrenees for the first of four stages in the high mountains that will decide the outcome of the race. Schleck, the overall leader, countered every...
  • Angry Schleck vows revenge after controversial move gives Contador Tour de France lead

     
    An angry Andy Schleck vowed revenge after Alberto Contador took advantage of Schleck's mechanical problem to capture the overall lead in the Tour de France on Monday. Schleck dropped the chain on his bike near the summit of Monday's big climb and l...
  • Tour de France: Schleck 'full of anger' at Contador, who gets booed

     
    Even with its doping problems, cycling has certain points of honor. You don't attack the leader when he takes a "nature" break or if he is slowed by a sudden mechanical problem. On Monday, in the second Pyrenees stage, yellow......
  • Bicycling magazine editor hosts Tour chat Wednesday morning

     
    Bicycling magazine editor-at-large Bill Strickland will be hosting a live chat on the homepage of Bicycling.com  from  10-11 am Wednesday. He will answer any questions about the Tour de France, from Lance Armstrong to Contador, to...
  • VIDEO: Contador apologizes to Schleck; Armstrong fails in bid to win Tour de France stage

     
    Alberto Contador has apologized to rival Andy Schleck for the way he took over the lead in the Tour de France during Monday's 15th stage of the race. The apology was posted on a YouTube video in which Contador says in¬†part: “Maybe I made a mistake....
  • Tour de France: Lance Armstrong's last stand almost succeeded

     
    Ever since Lance Armstrong crashed at the worst moment at the start of an Alps climb nine days ago, and lost nearly 12 minutes to the lead, he immediately faced the reality that he would not win. He also immediately......