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Tour de Lance, by Bill Strickland

Unhappy the land that has no heroes. No, unhappy the land that needs heroes. Brecht Bicycling Magazine’s editor-at-large, Bill Strickland, follows Lance Armstrong’s return to the pro...

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French Revolutions: Cycling the Tour de France, by Tim Moore

Is the thought of watching nearly two hundred lycra-clad men tear-assing round France for three weeks terrorising sheep and disrupting the sleepy afternoons of sleepy villages enough to give you a...

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A Race For Madmen, by Chris Sidwells

If you’ve already read one of the many other histories of the Tour de France why should you also read this latest offering on the race’s history from Chris Sidwells? Or, if you’ve yet to dip your...

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Road to Roubaix: A Brief Review

Last night, I attended a screening of Road to Roubaix, a 2008 release by Masterlink Films. This film will never see major success - the potential audience is just too small.  So the only reason...

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Chamois Creme Roundup

While the rest of you are dithering about your VDS entries, I am busy serenely evaluating the various products that will help lead me to victory in 2009.  Because I am feeling generous, I am going...

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