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In the 2009 film "Up in the Air," George Clooney portrays Ryan Bingham, an always-flying global businessman whose life revolves around a simple creed travel light. The less figurative and literal baggage in life, the better.
One enjoyable daily Tour de France tradition is the pageantry of starting villages. A few hours before the day's start, organizers welcome riders, dignitaries, media, sponsors and special guests in large fenced outdoor arenas. Fans look from...
Lance Armstrong's life has rarely been routine. Like Michael Jordan, Barry Bonds and Tiger Woods in their sports, Armstrong catapulted cycling to a new mountaintop with talent, charisma and bravado.
Experiencing a historic run from the Big Sur International Marathon to the Boston Marathon to the Peachtree road race in Atlanta is rewarding.
After riding and crashing and periodically winning bike races around the globe for a decade, Tom Danielson had had enough. He realized he'd likely do better if he could see where he was pedaling.
The Tour of California will bypass previous stops in Sacramento, Auburn, Davis and much of the rest of Northern California this year. But from Bakersfield to Beverly Hills, the nearly 750-mile trek will offer the race's most diverse route.
PACIFIC GROVE After a brisk 15-minute northerly walk from the Monterey Bay Aquarium, a brief history of the area unfolds suddenly on a weathered concrete mural.
A full-time bicycle frame builder and, an occasional competitive age-group rider, Paul Sadoff has spent most of the past 35 years accommodating discerning cyclists.
Tour de France riders once rode tank-heavy, steel-frame machines. They carried several spare tires around their necks. They drank from bulky, conspicuously positioned metal water bottles, the designs of which weren't too far removed from can...
Kirby Smith knows statistics and salesmanship. It's a good skill set for working in the cycling industry because Smith's job in "production and client development" is marketing a misunderstood bicycle.