Hold the Mayo, Ban Upheld Until 2009

The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) has upheld the World Anti-Doping Agency's two-year ban on Iban Mayo following the 2007 Tour de France when...

Saracen looking for new designer

You know all those public service announcements about keeping kids interested in science and math? This is why: Saracen Cycles is looking...

SRAM Gets Capital, Gives Capital

SRAM has taken on a minority equity partner, Lehman Brothers Merchant Banking (LBMB), to finance further growth.  All current management is slated to stay in...

Nicole Cooke wins Gold Women’s Road Race

Nicole Cooke (Great Britain), the first Welsh athlete to win Gold in 36 years, won the women's road race by a bike's length after riding...

Spain wins Men’s Olympic Road Race

Samuel Sánchez wins Gold in Men's Road Race, followed by Davide Rebellin (Italy) with Silver.  Fabian Cancellara (Switzerland) took third after just catching up to...

Olympic Cycling Schedule on TV

All times listed are EST.  Beijing is 12 hours ahead of EST.  Some events may be shown on USA Network or MSNBC, so if...

Stronglight spins out new Helion crankset

If there were a keyboard combo for "sexy whistle", I'd have typed that.  Stronglight's new carbon crankset is a looker, and the specs are...

SRAM Rival Goes Carbon, other upgrades

SRAM's baseline road group, Rival, upgrades to Carbon for 2009, dropping 20g from the levers in the process. This splits the difference in weight between...

Shimano / PRO develop new product for Olympic athletes

Shimano and PRO have developed a line of track-specific parts for the Olympics, including a set of carbon wheels, handlebar and stem, as well...



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