Tag Archives: Greg LeMond

Owen Mulholland, an Appreciation

Owen Mulholland, an Appreciation

I’m saddened to report that cycling writer Owen Mulholland passed away yesterday at the age of 70. I was at the inaugural San Francisco Gran Prix, walking through the crowd handing out ...

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Friday Group Ride #291

Friday Group Ride #291

This week the U.K. edition of Esquire Magazine published an article on Chris Froome. In it, the article publishes for the first time Froome’s power data from testing done following the ...

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The Lone Wolf

The Lone Wolf

Eugene Christophe   For those of us who have never ridden as a pro, never been selected to ride a grand tour, never ridden into Paris in late July, the Tour de France is the ultimate cycling ...

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Armstrong to WWF?

Armstrong to WWF?

Sources close to disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong have revealed that the defrocked champion is considering becoming a competitor in the World Wrestling Federation (WWF). Armstrong’s lifetime ...

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NAHBS 2015, Part VI

NAHBS 2015, Part VI

What separates the category award winners from Best in Show is little more than a matter of degrees. While we don’t have a hard and fast rule regarding framesets being ineligible for Best ...

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Velo Jerseys

Velo Jerseys

There was a time when riding the jersey of your favorite pro team was the thing to do on the Saturday ride. You’d show up in your coolest jersey and imagine yourself to be Greg LeMond or ...

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Sir Bradley the Weird

Sir Bradley the Weird

Permit me an unfair, inaccurate and sweeping generalization. The United Kingdom is full of freaks. Okay, so I know the entire population of the U.K. isn’t as eccentric (or funny) as John ...

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The Case for Nibali

The Case for Nibali

As the 2014 Tour de France races toward Paris, Vincenzo Nibali continues to ride in a class of his own. Amid the predictable and spastic cries of “Doper!” from trolls and imbecilli, a ...

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