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Utrecht to host 2015 Tour de France start

Paris - The route for the 2015 Tour de France, the world’s greatest cycle race, was unveiled Wednesday at the Grand Palais in Paris. The 102nd running of the Tour de France will start from Utrecht, Holland's "bicycle city," on Jul. 4, 2014.

UK cyclists call on government to fund safer cycling

At a breakfast event during Monday’s Conservative party conference, representatives from a coalition of UK biking groups called upon the government to provide better funding for cycling schemes.

Norwegian cyclists hospitalized after drinking soap detergent

Oslo - The makers of a certain new clothes washing detergent are seriously considering changing their labeling after six thirsty Norwegian cyclists were hospitalized after drinking the product, thinking it was a sports drink.

European Mobility Week in Fuengirola: Cycling for cleaner air Special

Fuengirola - Sunday is the last day of European Mobility Week and Fuengirola's day to "move for cleaner air." A bicycle ride was held, starting at 10 a.m. in the Plaza de España, in front of the town hall, riding through the town to the fairgrounds.

Huge vulture takes out 6 Spanish cyclists in one 'fowl' swoop

Miranda De Ebro - Six cyclists were traveling in a group in the Burgos province of Spain Sunday when the massive bird flew into them, injuring them all, one seriously.

Miami Critical Mass cyclists shut down city streets

Miami - Thousands of cyclists took to the streets of Miami Friday evening as part of the Critical Mass cycling event. The group's mission is to remind drivers to safely share the road with cyclists.

Video shows cyclist punched, Vancouver cop under investigation

Vancouver - A video appears to show Andi Shae Akhavan being punched in the face by one of two plainclothes police officers while his hands were behind his back and he was in the process of being handcuffed.

Lance Armstrong scandal could see cycling dropped from Olympics

The fallout from the scandal involving disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong could see the sport of cycling dropped from the Olympic Games.

2014 Tour de France will start in Yorkshire, UK

Leeds - The organisers of the annual Tour de France cycle race have announced that the 2014 Tour de France, the 101st in the series, will start in the county of Yorkshire in the north of England.

AMGEN Tour of California announces host cities

The AMGEN Tour of California has announced the thirteen host cities for 2012 and the cycling race is going through some of the best parts of California again.

1,400 cyclists ride in protest of bike lane closures in Toronto Special

Toronto - Jarvis St. in downtown Toronto became one big bike lane yesterday as a reported 1,400 cyclists turned up to protest the cancelling of the bike lanes by city council.

Cyclists gear up for Hell Week in the Texas hill country Special

Fredericksburg - Among the many rites of spring in the Texas hill country is a grueling bicycle ride known as Texas Hell Week, an eight-day affair full of fun and camaraderie that takes cyclists through some of the most scenic and demanding country in the region.

Thieves allegedly rob woman on video as she lay dying on street

Greater Manchester police have released a CCTV video of two suspects wanted for questioning after they were seen riding bicycles past a woman who collapsed in the street and then approached her from another angle out of the view of the security camera.

Italian cyclists killed in head on collision with car

Lamezia - Police in the Italian city of Lamezia Terme have arrested the driver of a vehicle which ran into a group of cyclists, killing eight of them.

Dozens of naked cyclists ride around downtown Toronto Special

Toronto - It was the usual day in downtown Toronto. The Luminato arts festival was taking place, busy shoppers buying more goods and a few dozen cyclists riding around on their bikes completely naked.

Deadlly combination is putting safety of cyclists at risk in Toronto

A lethal combination of road debris, careless driving habits, and bad roads are causing costly wear and tear for many bicyclists in Toronto. And that's not all; the mixture is also putting safety of cyclists at risk.

Cyclists Killed On Cross Country Trip To Raise Funds For Diabetes Research In Canada

Two men were using their bikes to cross Canada to raise money for diabetes research. Their mission ended on the Trans-Canada Highway by a Honda Civic car near Virden when a Honda Civic hit the men and two children.

World Naked Bike Ride Sees Ottawa Cyclists In The Buff

About 75 nude cyclists wore cyclists donned their shades and a layer of sunscreen to ride home the point of pollution. Their protest in an Ottawa part was for the "indecent exposure" of pollution in the world.

Saving Our Planet In The Buff, Mexico City Cyclists Make A Statement

A little protest might get the point across but for about 500 men and women, that point was made in their birthday suit as protesters in Mexico City took to the streets on their bicycles in opposition of automobiles.

Lance Armstrong Wins Tour de France

PARIS (voa) - American cyclist Lance Armstrong rode into history Sunday by winning the Tour de France, crossing the finish line in Paris for a record sixth time. His sixth title in six years elevated Armstrong above four great champions who won five ti...
 

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Cyclists mingle on Saturday morning at the check-in before the start of Hell Week in the Texas hill ...
Cyclists mingle on Saturday morning at the check-in before the start of Hell Week in the Texas hill country.
Cyclists approach the first big hill just a couple of miles outside of Fredericksburg on Saturday mo...
Cyclists approach the first big hill just a couple of miles outside of Fredericksburg on Saturday morning, kicking off the annual Texas Hell Week, eight days of cycling heaven in the hill country.
File photo: Cyclists on a winding rural road through a hill country
File photo: Cyclists on a winding rural road through a hill country
Ted Echols  Daltin Spears (left and center) expect to see about  five seconds  of their friend  Larr...
Ted Echols, Daltin Spears (left and center) expect to see about "five seconds" of their friend, Larry Thompson on Saturday's ride, as he conditions for upcoming triathlon events.
Cyclists would do well to heed the advice to dismount here!
Cyclists would do well to heed the advice to dismount here!
The upside to all the hills are the moments of speed awaiting cyclists on their descents.
The upside to all the hills are the moments of speed awaiting cyclists on their descents.