Cycling PhotosLoading
  • Hincapie Loyal Lieutenant Cycling
    FILE - In this July 18, 2005 file photo, overall leader of the Tour de France cycling race, Lance Armstrong, right, relaxes with compatriot and teammate George Hincapie outside their hotel in Pau, southwestern France. Hincapie was the "Loyal Lieutenant" who helped Armstrong to seven Tour de France titles, only to later provide the key testimony that brought his downfall. Now, Hincapie is peeling back the shroud that has long covered the dark era of doping in cycling in a book due out next month that is part memoir, part mea culpa.
    Alessandro Trovati, File | AP Photo
  • Hincapie Loyal Lieutenant Cycling
    FILE - In this July 17, 2010 file photo, George Hincapie points as he talks to other riders prior to the 13th stage of the Tour de France cycling race in Rodez, France. Hincapie was the "Loyal Lieutenant" who helped Lance Armstrong to seven Tour de France titles, only to later provide the key testimony that brought his downfall. Now, Hincapie is peeling back the shroud that has long covered the dark era of doping in cycling in a book due out next month that is part memoir, part mea culpa.
    Bas Czerwinski, File | AP Photo
  • Hincapie Loyal Lieutenant Cycling
    FILE - In this July 29, 2007 file photo, Lance Armstrong, seated into a car of the Discovery Channel cycling team, right, jokes with teammate George Hincapie during the 20th and last stage of the 94th Tour de France cycling race between Marcoussis, southwest of Paris, and Paris. Hincapie was the "Loyal Lieutenant" who helped Lance Armstrong to seven Tour de France titles, only to later provide the key testimony that brought his downfall. Now, Hincapie is peeling back the shroud that has long covered the dark era of doping in cycling in a book due out next month that is part memoir, part mea culpa.
    Christophe Ena, File | AP Photo
  • Belgium Cycling Walloon Arrow
    U.S. cyclist Lawrence Warbasse, left, of the BMC Racing team, leads the pack as they climb the 'wall of Huy' during the Belgian cycling classic and UCI World Tour race Walloon Arrow/Fleche Wallonne, in Huy, Belgium, Wednesday, April 23, 2014.
    Yves Logghe | AP Photo
  • Netherlands Cycling Amstel Gold Race
    Belgium's Philippe Gilbert holds his three-and-a-half-year old son Alan as he celebrates winning the 49th edition of the Amstel Gold Cycling Race over 251.8 kilometers (156.5 miles) with start in Maastricht and finish in Valkenburg, southern Netherlands Sunday, April 20, 2014. Rear is third place Simon Gerrans of Australia who walks up to the podium.
    Peter Dejong | AP Photo
  • Netherlands Cycling Amstel Gold Race
    Belgium's Philippe Gilbert clenches his fists as he crosses the finish line to win the 49th edition of the Amstel Gold Cycling Race over 251.8 kilometers (156.5 miles) with start in Maastricht and finish in Valkenburg, southern Netherlands Sunday, April 20, 2014.
    Peter Dejong | AP Photo
  • Netherlands Cycling Amstel Gold Race
    Belgium's Philippe Gilbert, second right smiling, and Portugal's Rui Alberto Costa, far left in white, pass a windmill near Oensel during the 49th edition of the Amstel Gold Cycling Race over 251.8 kilometers (156.5 miles) with start in Maastricht and finish in Valkenburg, southern Netherlands, Sunday, April 20, 2014.
    Peter Dejong | AP Photo
  • Netherlands Cycling Amstel Gold Race
    Belgium's Philippe Gilbert clenches his fists as he crosses the finish line to win the 49th edition of the Amstel Gold Cycling Race over 251.8 kilometers (156.5 miles) with start in Maastricht and finish in Valkenburg, southern Netherlands Sunday, April 20, 2014.
    Peter Dejong | AP Photo
  • Netherlands Cycling Amstel Gold Race
    Belgium's Philippe Gilbert holds the trophy on the podium after winning the 49th edition of the Amstel Gold Cycling Race over 251.8 kilometers (156.5 miles) with start in Maastricht and finish in Valkenburg, southern Netherlands Sunday, April 20, 2014.
    Peter Dejong | AP Photo
  • France Cycling Paris Roubaix
    Omega Pharma team cyclist Niki Terpstra of the Netherlands celebrates after he wins the 112th edition of the Paris-Roubaix cycling classic, a 257 kilometer (159,69 mile) one day race, of which 51,1 kilometers (31,7 miles) are run on cobblestones, at the velodrome in Roubaix, northern France, on Sunday, April 13, 2014. Germany's John Degenkolb of the team Giant came second and Fabian Cancellara of theTrek Factory team took third.
    Thibault Camus | AP Photo
Sacramento Bee Job listing powered by Careerbuilder.com
Quick Job Search
Sacramentoconnect.com SacWineRegion.com SacMomsclub.com SacPaws.com BeeBuzz Points Find n Save