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Rory joins made-for-TV stationary bike ride

Rory joins made-for-TV stationary bike ride

World number one golfer Rory McIlroy, NBA All-Star Gordon Hayward and six-time Olympic track champion Allyson Felix are among the sports stars set for a made-for-television spinning class to air Saturday. The Pro Athlete All-Star Ride, the latest bid to attract sports viewers with events shut down during the coronavirus pandemic, will feature a 20-minute […]

Romero: Road needs upgrade for bikers

Deputy Speaker Mikee Romero (1-Pacman Partylist) yesterday called on national and local executives to upgrade road infrastructure and install safety measures if they are to promote ‘cycling to work’ slogan in the new normal. Given the financial implications of the coronavirus pandemic and the practice of physical distancing, the former Philippine Cycling Federation president urged […]

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 Armstrong admits to first doping ‘probably at 21’

Disgraced former American cyclist Lance Armstrong has revealed he first started doping from the age of 21, during his first season as a professional. “Wow, straight to the point, probably 21,” Armstrong replied when asked how old he was when he first doped as part of an ESPN documentary. The exchange with US journalist Marina […]

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Cycling chiefs bat for bike-to-work

As the country gets ready to lay out life during post-COVID-19, the country’s cycling stakeholders on Tuesday came to an agreement to promote a culture of cycling as means of transportation during and after the quarantine period. The trio ‒ Lina Group of Companies’ Bert Lina, Ronda Pilipinas’s Moe Chulani of LBC and Jeremy Go […]

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Bicycles are in thing in ‘new normal’

The organizers of the Le Tour de Filipinas is encouraging all cycling advocates in the country to draw a unified plan that would make the two-wheeled vehicle as the preferred mode of transportation in the “new normal.” LTdF founder Alberto Lina and President Donna Lina said a unified plan of action would ride alongside protocols […]

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Froome fears Tour de France may struggle to keep fans away

Chris Froome fears Tour de France organizers could struggle to prevent fans gathering to watch the race even if it is not open to the public because of the coronavirus. The Tour de France has been rescheduled for August 29 from its original June 27 start date, but there are still concerns about how to […]

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