Tour de France shorts: Controls, flights, Cancellara's return`

Tour de France shorts: Controls, flights, Cancellara's return`
The riders aren't the only ones subject to controls, their bikes are as well. On Saturday, the bikes from Jakob Fuglsang and Tanel Kangert (Astana), Daniele Bennati and Michael Rogers (Tinkoff-Saxo) and Damiano Caruso (BMC), were all subject to random …
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Nick Offerman Gives Us A Tour Of His Pizza Farm In This HILARIOUS PSA
[ Related: Nick Offerman Bares His Booty For The Cover Of Esquire! ] The Parks and Rec actor takes us on a tour of his very own pizza farm where we get to see firsthand where cafeteria food comes from!! Don't let anyone tell you that those taquitos …
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Alberto Contador and the history of the Giro d'Italia-Tour de France double

Alberto Contador and the history of the Giro d'Italia-Tour de France double
It is July 1998 and the flawed genius of Italian cycling is crossing the finish line on the Champs-Élysées in the Yellow Jersey after one of the most controversial Tours in history. The 20 days in which the race has wound around the Hexagon have seen …
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Van Halen Play Nice, Shred Hard at High-Energy Tour Opener
The thousands of Van Halen fans assembled at White River Amphitheater on Sunday evening to catch the opening night of the hard-rock band's first North American tour since 2012 had plenty of questions for each other as they waited in line for overpriced …
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Giant: Kittel to miss Tour de France over lack of fitness

Giant: Kittel to miss Tour de France over lack of fitness
Calling it “the most difficult time of my career,” sprinter Marcel Kittel (Giant-Alpecin) will miss the Tour de France because of what his team calls a lack of fitness stemming from a virus that knocked him out of most of the season to date. Kittel won …
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Road Tour, Wichita edition, take two
A classic '32 Ford Victoria street rod with an appropriate vanity plate, piloted by Dennis Avery and Patrique Gryvnak of Tustin, Calif., rolled into Wichita Tuesday as part of the 2015 Street Rodder Road Tour. It was one of about a half-dozen out-of …
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Matthews' 2015 Tour de France path avoids risky roads
Matthews was ready to make his Tour debut with Australian team Orica-GreenEdge in 2014 when four days before the race, he crashed on a training ride near his home in Monaco. He remained determined and traveled to Yorkshire for the Tour's Grand …
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