134: The Pete Rose of Pro Cycling, Team Abuse Allegations, Electric Bikes Better Than Walking, Clif Embracing A Solar Destiny
We discuss some professional cycling ‘icons’ (Bradley Wiggins and Geraint Thomas disagree on one person), and some cyclists from team Cervelo-Bigla team reveal serious incidents under reign of manager. We also touch on how Clif Bar company plans to do their part in lowering CO2 emissions, and the studies that prove that ebike riding requires more physical activity than walking.
Reliving The Magic Of The First Women’s Olympic Cycling Race: A Gold Carpenter and A Silver Twigg
On the morning of Sunday July 29 1984, 45 cyclists, from 16 different nations, lined up on Marguerite Parkway in Mission Viejo for the 50-mile Individual Women’s Road Race competition during the 1984 Summer Olympic Games.
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