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That’s One Way to Get High, Foster and Partners unveil SkyCycle in London

Whoa, I missed the boat on this one. Lord Norman Foster is a UK architect who has given us such things in NYC as the Hearst Tower and the new elephant house at the Copenhagen Zoo…

He’s also behind the soon to be completed (2016), Two World Trade Center down by the Freedom Tower [...]

OH(prah) Lance–and what about the Ladies in pro cycling?

Just to follow through on a story I’m sure we are quite glad is over, Lance Armstrong.

Lance went on Oprah last week in an attempt to play ball with the United States Anti-Doping Agency and lift his life time ban on competing in endurance sports. Instead he did a lousy job of 1) [...]

What you need to know about Olympic cycling

The Tour de France is over and now cycling athletes set there ambitions on Olympic gold in London. The opening ceremonies kicks off tonight (7/27/12) on NBC at 7:30pm EST, with the festivities directed by UK director Danny Boyle who promises no gruesome arm chopping like in his film 127 hours. Although if it’s [...]

Bradley Wiggins becomes first Brit to win the Tour, now on to the London Olympics

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Congratulations to Bradley Wiggins for winning this years 99th Tour de France. Bradley became the first British rider to win the 3,479km epic race with a 3min 21sec lead over British team-mate Chris Froome after Sunday’s 20th and last stage to Paris.

Here is a piece from Bradley [...]

Wiggin out on Wiggins.

Everyone seems to be getting UK’s Bradley Wiggins fever as his lead in this years Tour de France seems to imply he might be the one to take it all. This makes British fans extremely excited just a few weeks before the olympic games comes home to London starting July 27th, where Bradley is [...]

America will have its first Black President…now…

The Tour De France needs at least one black rider. There hasn’t been one in 106 years of this cycling classic. Maybe the Kenyians will find as much success on the bike as they do with running.

Read about their quest in this Guardian.co.uk article.

Find out more at the african cyclist project [...]