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Philippa York: Cycling's conservative culture suppresses LGBT issues - Cyclingnews.com

Cycling & Cyclists - Tue Dec 12 2017 9:56am

Cyclingnews.com

Philippa York: Cycling's conservative culture suppresses LGBT issues
Cyclingnews.com
York, in the podcast interview with Cyclingnews in September, played down suggestions that she could be a 'trailblazer' in terms of changing attitudes to LGBT issues – in cycling, sport, and beyond. Yet she does acknowledge that her profile puts her in ...

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Cyclists hold protest over Luas Cross City signs telling them to dismount and walk - thejournal.ie

Cycling & Cyclists - Tue Dec 12 2017 9:46am

thejournal.ie

Cyclists hold protest over Luas Cross City signs telling them to dismount and walk
thejournal.ie
However, Dublin City Council said that it would not enforce this ban, and put in place 'Cyclists Dismount' signs in a number of areas, including at College Green and on Dawson Street. An NTA spokesperson said that cyclists were being asked to dismount ...
Dublin's cyclists choose a novel way of protesting the new Luas lineJOE

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Who's racing which grand tours in 2018 - VeloNews

Giro d'Italia & More - Tue Dec 12 2017 9:28am

VeloNews

Who's racing which grand tours in 2018
VeloNews
Vincenzo Nibali, Chris Froome, and Nairo Quintana will once again be favorites to win grand tours in 2018. Photos: Tim De Waele | TDWsport.com. FLORENCE, Italy (VN) — With 2018 around the corner, only a few uncertainties remain for next season's grand ...

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EXCLUSIVE: How Aaron Rice Skied 2.5 Million Feet in One Year - Teton Gravity Research

Active Transportation, Human-Powered - Tue Dec 12 2017 9:08am

Teton Gravity Research

EXCLUSIVE: How Aaron Rice Skied 2.5 Million Feet in One Year
Teton Gravity Research
Two and a half years ago, Aaron Rice decided he was going to try and ski 2.5 million human-powered vertical feet in one calendar year. Despite many hard times and the insanity of the challenge in general (he needed to ski, on average, 6,850 vertical ...

Rohan Dennis inspired by Bradley Wiggins and Tom Dumoulin for Grand Tour success - Cycling Weekly

Giro d'Italia & More - Tue Dec 12 2017 7:48am

Cycling Weekly

Rohan Dennis inspired by Bradley Wiggins and Tom Dumoulin for Grand Tour success
Cycling Weekly
Rohan Dennis (BMC Racing) looks at Bradley Wiggins and Tom Dumoulin for inspiration for his 2018 season. Both are time triallists who have won Grand Tours, an achievement that the 27-year-old Australian hopes to emulate. Dennis is entering the second ...

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Enola Low Grade Trail, Warwick to Ephrata Rail Trail get key grants for last missing links - LancasterOnline

Trails & Parks - Tue Dec 12 2017 7:02am

LancasterOnline

Enola Low Grade Trail, Warwick to Ephrata Rail Trail get key grants for last missing links
LancasterOnline
Locations include the Conestoga Greenway Trail, Conestoga Pines, Conestoga View, Stevens pumping station, North Conestoga Drive, the city water works and the site of the future public works operations center on Riverside Avenue. Quarryville: $60,000 ...

Tour de Trump - yes that Trump - raced through central Pa. in 1989 and 1990 - PennLive.com

Tour de France & More - Tue Dec 12 2017 6:49am

PennLive.com

Tour de Trump - yes that Trump - raced through central Pa. in 1989 and 1990
PennLive.com
The Tour de Trump bicycle race was only held two years - 1989 and 1990 - but both years it traveled through central Pennsylvania. The races were sponsored by Donald Trump, long before he was president of the United States. The 1989 event started in ...

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Chrome's New Welterweight Line Has the Lightweight Commuter Bag You Need - Bicycling

Bicycling - Tue Dec 12 2017 6:10am

Bicycling

Chrome's New Welterweight Line Has the Lightweight Commuter Bag You Need
Bicycling
The ultra-durable bags look great on the saddle and in the office—and Bicycling readers get 15% off. By Aline Peres Martins December 12, 2017. The items we review are selected by our editors without bias. If you choose to purchase them from one of our ...

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Alberto Contador: I have no regrets - Cyclingnews.com

Giro d'Italia & More - Tue Dec 12 2017 4:46am

Cyclingnews.com

Alberto Contador: I have no regrets
Cyclingnews.com
Contador ended his career with two wins in the Tour de France (2007 and 2009) and the Giro d'Italia (2008 and 2015), and he won the Vuelta a Espana three times (2008, 2012 and 2014). But after a positive test for clenbuterol, the UCI suspended him for ...

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The most ludicrous cycling myths revealed - Cycling Weekly

Cycling & Cyclists - Tue Dec 12 2017 4:04am

Cycling Weekly

The most ludicrous cycling myths revealed
Cycling Weekly
That you can train yourself to do without the need for water. Paul Savage. Every year your bike is destined to become obsolete. Bigger wheels, less gears, flat pedals, wider tyres. The bike industry has to keep selling stuff, right?! Meanwhile I'm ...

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Born to run: 10 tips to get running - Toowoomba Chronicle

Skate Bike Run Endurance Speed - Tue Dec 12 2017 3:38am

Toowoomba Chronicle

Born to run: 10 tips to get running
Toowoomba Chronicle
LONG distance running is a mental sport and we are all insane. Why you ask? I put it down to the endurance, lean muscle sculpting, and calorie smashing results that you can achieve, not to mention the pride and the satisfaction of pushing your body to ...

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Born to run: 10 tips to get running - Rockhampton Morning Bulletin

Skate Bike Run Endurance Speed - Tue Dec 12 2017 3:10am

Rockhampton Morning Bulletin

Born to run: 10 tips to get running
Rockhampton Morning Bulletin
LONG distance running is a mental sport and we are all insane. Why you ask? I put it down to the endurance, lean muscle sculpting, and calorie smashing results that you can achieve, not to mention the pride and the satisfaction of pushing your body to ...

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Cycling: Nkurunziza pedals off Tour du Burundi - africanews

Cycling & Cyclists - Tue Dec 12 2017 2:46am

africanews

Cycling: Nkurunziza pedals off Tour du Burundi
africanews
On the 4th day on December 14 the race will make 101 km between Bukirasazi and Cankuzo east of the country. From Cankuzo, the organizers have planned to move all cyclists and their bicycles in vehicles to the capital of Karusi Province in central ...

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'Our playground': London cyclists find utopia in Regent's Park - The Guardian (blog)

Cycling & Cyclists - Tue Dec 12 2017 2:30am

The Guardian (blog)

'Our playground': London cyclists find utopia in Regent's Park
The Guardian (blog)
As with the parkour phenomenon of urban running, in which the obstacles of the built environment are turned to advantage, so it is with cycling and Regent's Park. The Outer Circle wasn't laid out with cyclists in mind. We discovered it, we saw its ...

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Department of Premier and Cabinet host meetings in Tenterfield and Guyra about proposed rail trail - The Guyra Argus

Trails & Parks - Tue Dec 12 2017 1:41am

The Guyra Argus

Department of Premier and Cabinet host meetings in Tenterfield and Guyra about proposed rail trail
The Guyra Argus
SHOWING SUPPORT: Community members placed post-it notes on two separate walls determining whether they are pro or anti-rail trail. Photo: Rachel Baxter. Around 100 people packed into the Guyra Bowling Club on Tuesday to voice their opinions on a ...

Compression sports gear: squeezing more from your exercise - Irish Times

Skate Bike Run Endurance Speed - Tue Dec 12 2017 1:01am

Irish Times

Compression sports gear: squeezing more from your exercise
Irish Times
The Ireland running star, Claire McCarthy, told The Irish Times that she has worn Claire McCarthy. “My calf injuries,” she said, “are very infrequent now, and I wear the compression socks for two main reasons. First, they aid in supporting lower leg ...

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Bamboo bike rider spreading conservation message across the country - EducationHQ New Zealand

Bicycle Touring - Mon Dec 11 2017 11:29pm

EducationHQ New Zealand

Bamboo bike rider spreading conservation message across the country
EducationHQ New Zealand
she asked herself, and began preparing for her cycling tour. Bowles describes with pride how she made the bicycle herself, at the Bamboo Bicycle Club in London. “The whole message about building a bike out of something sustainable was quite important ...

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Lorain Active Transportation planning group closer to grant applications - The Morning Journal

Active Transportation, Human-Powered - Mon Dec 11 2017 7:32pm

The Morning Journal

Lorain Active Transportation planning group closer to grant applications
The Morning Journal
Lorain transportation and health staff are getting closer to seeking out grant money to improve safety for drivers, walkers and cyclists in the city. The Lorain Active Transportation Plan Team met Dec. 8 for its monthly discussion on how to improve ...

30 Ways to Get Fit Without Joining a Gym - Bicycling

Bicycling - Mon Dec 11 2017 6:56pm

Bicycling

30 Ways to Get Fit Without Joining a Gym
Bicycling
... down your year-end bonus for a gym membership you probably won't use (statistics show 67 percent of people with gym memberships never use them), consider getting a little creative. Here's how to get fit and have fun, all while saving a ton of money ...

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Greg LeMond, three-time Tour de France winner, to speak at fundraiser Tuesday - Oak Ridge Today

Tour de France & More - Mon Dec 11 2017 6:44pm

Oak Ridge Today

Greg LeMond, three-time Tour de France winner, to speak at fundraiser Tuesday
Oak Ridge Today
LeMond won the Junior American Road Race in 1977, made the Olympic team in 1980 (but America boycotted), and continued to rise in the ranks of international cyclers, ultimately winning the Tour de France three times, the press release said. His first ...

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