The U.S. Anti-Doping Agency has filed a motion asking a judge to dismiss Lance Armstrong's federal lawsuit that seeks to prevent the drug-fighting organization from pursuing doping charges against him.
After three exiting weeks and 3.500 km trough Belgium, Switzerland and France Bradley Wiggins brought the yellow jersey to Paris, winning ‘Le Tour’ for the first time. ‘Wiggo’ did this on a SHIMANO and PRO equipped bike, riding with Dura-Ace components & wheels and a PRO stem/handlebar combination.
Only seven days until the big event; just seven days to enjoy till the pleasure of enjoying up close a huge range of sports. London 2012 is starting on Friday, 27th July and the day after, cycling races begin. At 10 o’clock Saturday (28th July), all cyclist begin with a 250 kilometres-route at the Men’s Road Race.
If Trek was looking for more space to showcase its 2013 products to European retailers when it opted out of Eurobike this year, it certainly found what it was looking for.
When it comes time to do the right thing for your suspension, RockShox is now making that easier by including the parts for your first service at no charge, a retail value ranging from $9 to $40 (USD).
Next year, the RockyRoads UCI Mountain Bike World Cup presented by Shimano will comprise eight or nine rounds, each in a different country.
Thankfully, Boonen is as strong and motivated as ever. By re-tires, we mean that he's rolling on new rubber. With a renewed commitment to creating the world's best road racing tires, Specialized proudly supports Tom Boonen and Team Omega Pharma-Quickstep.
The (new) UCI rules on go-faster clothing are (sort of) clear: "it is forbidden to wear items designed to influence the performances of a rider such as reducing air resistance or modifying the body of the rider (compression, stretching, support)."
Perry Group has partnered with PureBlack Racing as a Foundation Partner over the next five years to invest in developing, and promoting, New Zealand cycle racing on the global stage. This partnership will also enable PureBlack Racing to relocate their headquarters to the Waikato and be based at Avantidrome, The Home of Cycling, from 2013.
Swiss powerhouse Fabian Cancellara (RadioShack-Nissan-Trek) rumbled to victory in Saturday's prologue, becoming the first rider in this year's Tour de France to don the maillot jaune. In keeping with recent traditions, Cancellara was covered in yellow from head to toe for stage 1, as was his Trek Domane 6-Series bike.