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The Roanoke Valley has been chosen to host the 2013 Bike Virginia Tour.l The six-day tour is an annual event held in June. It showcases the state's best cycling routes. The tour is set for June 24-26, 2013. It's expected to attract some 1,600 cyclists...
reporterWes Wilmer is a competitor. "Probably did about 300 races in a 5-year period," he remembers. And since he mounted his bike nearly 18-years ago cyclist Lance Armstrong has been a big motivation. "He has helped me as a person become a better person...
Lance Armstrong is stepping down as chairman of his Livestrong cancer-fighting charity to help it limit the damage from the doping scandal that has snared the former champion cyclist. Armstrong announced the move Wednesday, a week after the U.S. Anti-...
Tags: Cancer, Lance Armstrong, Charity, Sports, Tour de France
Reporter/Lynchburg Bureau ChiefLynchburg is known for its seven hills, but lately it's getting a reputation for traffic congestion. More college students are moving to town, and everyone seems to have their own vehicle. At Lynchburg College the commuter lot is full of cars, but the...
Tags: Teaching and Learning, Sports, Students
ReporterLynchburg is known for its seven hills, but lately it's getting a reputation for traffic congestion. More college students are moving to town, and everyone seems to have their own vehicle. At Lynchburg College the commuter lot is full of cars, but...
Tags: Teaching and Learning, Sports, Teachers, Students
Shelley Olds, who graduated from Roanoke College in 2003, competed in the women's road cycling event Sunday morning. She finished 7th, with a flat tire ruining her pursuit of the medalists down the stretch. -------------------------- A Roanoke...
Tags: Shelley Olds, Sports, Pursuit Cycling
ReporterLance Armstrong is a big topic of conversation since doping charges were made against him this week. He's a superman to fans. He beat cancer, won the Tour de France seven times and now competes in triathlons. But others believe he used performance...
A German cyclist who's been in a coma in a Roanoke hospital since he was hit by a vehicle is going home. Michael Sprick's sister, Alexandra Heidebruch, tells The Roanoke Times that he will be flown to a medical facility near his family as early as...
Tags: International Travel, Travel
The United States has been selected to host the 2015 road cycling world championships, bringing the event to the U.S. for the first time since 1986. The UCI, cycling's international governing body, selected the bid from Richmond, Va., on Wednesday...
Tags: Cycling Trial, Road Race Cycling
APELDOORN, Netherlands (AP) — Kazunari Watanabe was getting a massage after training in Tokyo when the giant earthquake that unleashed a devastating tsunami on Japan's main island reduced his family's home to rubble. Less than two weeks later,...
It's a cold, windy day in Roanoke, but the bicycle riders at the Kirk Family YMCA are miles away from Roanoke cycling through the terrain in Utah and California. It's all part of the new virtual experience members can engage in while exercising. Trainer...
Tags: Entertainment, Health, Clubs and Associations, Gaming, Sports
ReutersMay 23 (Reuters) - Australian Cadel Evans will get the nod ahead of American Tejay van Garderen as BMC Racing's number one rider at the Tour de France, team president Jim Ochowicz said. Evans, the first Australian to win the Tour in 2011, was blown...
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