Mario Cipollini, shown winning a race in Italy in 2002, was bicycle racing’s last great showman. Cycling could use more athletes with his panache to draw in a public that is skeptical about the sport in the wake of the Lance Armstrong doping scandal.
Mario Cipollini, shown winning a race in Italy in 2002, was bicycle racing’s last great showman. Cycling could use more athletes with his panache to draw in a public that is skeptical about the sport in the wake of the Lance Armstrong doping scandal. Alessandro Trovati The Associated Press
Mario Cipollini, shown winning a race in Italy in 2002, was bicycle racing’s last great showman. Cycling could use more athletes with his panache to draw in a public that is skeptical about the sport in the wake of the Lance Armstrong doping scandal. Alessandro Trovati The Associated Press

Pro bicycling is in need of a showman, or two

May 09, 2015 05:00 PM

UPDATED May 10, 2015 12:00 AM

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