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In PBS interview, Armstrong says USADA investigation has not helped cycling

Along with former U.S. Postal Service pro Scott Mercier and two-time under-23 national road champion Ian MacGregor, Lance Armstrong spoke to Rocky …

How To Generate Electricity With A Bicycle [Video]

DIY hurricane survival<p>Hurricane Sandy left 7 million people without power. Chris Hackett, a Brooklyn-based artist who converts trash into useful objects, wants to help people prepare for the next power outage by teaching the finer points of homemade generator construction. In just under six …

Clean Energy

A bicycle that slices your pizza

The Cyclist’s Empire: A New Print of the Empire State Building Made from Bicycle Tracks | Colossal

<p>The Cyclist’s Empire is the latest cycling-inspired print from the folks over at 100 Copies who print (as you might have guessed) only 100 copies of …

Minimalist Shelving Unit Creatively Putting Your Bicycle on Display

Every bicycle owner secretly wants to frame his or her two-wheeler, which is why we believe this project will hit a soft spot. Developed by …

A World’s First: Suspended Bicycle Roundabout in the Netherlands

Cycling enthusiasts out there, check out the world’s first suspended bicycle roundabout! Designed by <b>Ipv Delft</b> and located between the localities of …

101 Things We Love About Cycling

The list of reasons that the simple act of riding a bicycle continues to enchant, intoxicate, surprise, fulfill, improve, and challenge us goes, like a great road, on and on and on. Here are some of our favorites.<p>1. Riding on New Year's Day, no matter what<p>2. French fries at the restaurant on the …

Cycling

Ask a Mechanic: How to maintain derailleur pulleys

Notes from the Scrum: Fear and loathing on the Zoncolan

MONTE ZONCOLAN, Italy (VN) — I hit the base of Monte Zoncolan 90 minutes or so before the peloton was supposed to arrive. I was out of water and …

101 Cycling Tips to Completely Transform Your Bike Life

Ride better, get stronger, be happier, go faster, look nicer, stay safer, get fitter, smile wider, and lots more<p>Want to be a better cyclist? Just ride. Every time you turn the pedals, you naturally improve a little. Of course, one well-placed tip, trick, or nugget of wisdom can help you achieve …

Cycling

Giro d'Italia: Jay McCarthy and Michael Hepburn on the gruppetto

Top 5 - Reasons To Stick With Your 26" MTB

Dinner Tonight: Crispy-Skinned Fish + Braised Asparagus

Days are growing longer, nights are shortening, and paces are slowing to a steady cadence. Tonight we'll take the season’s cue and spend ample time outdoors, savoring the leisure of summer nights. Suitably, tonight's dinner begins outside of the kitchen -- with conversations over the seafood …

This Is What A Bacon-Wrapped Alligator With A Chicken In Its Mouth Looks Like

It may be a world away, but Australia has given us some notable food exports over the years. Australian restaurants have multiplied in New York City, Australian wine country has bestowed us with many a Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon, and everybody knows Australian celebrity chef Curtis Stone.<p>Still, …

How to Parallel Park Perfectly, Every Time

The recipe for a one-move parking job is pretty simple.<p>Rules of thumb and experience help, but we prefer repeatable experiments. And if you see this and laugh, you're probably not as good as you think you are. Thankfully, the recipe for a one-move parking job is pretty simple.<p><i>Pull alongside the car</i> …

Driverless Cars