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Blog Posts in July, 2010

Contador Wins Tour de France 2010 (Plus Stage 20 Updates)

By now it is all over the airwaves, computer screens, and Internet…Contador has won his 3rd Tour de France. Even though Schleck and Contador looked friendly and relaxed during the final ...
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Tour de France Stage 19: Bordeaux to Pauillac

This stage lifted–and then dashed–the hopes of legions of Schleck fans out there. Despite early appearances, Schleck’s legs were simply no match for Contador’s during this time ...
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Tour de France Stage 18: Salies-de-Bearn to Bordeaux

This stage started out quick and ended mostly the way it started, with no overall change in the standings. Cameron Diaz and Tom Cruise presented the yellow jersey and the green jersey is still up for ...
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Tour de France Stage 17: Pau to Col du Tourmalet

Schleck and Contador were both center stage today as the two bicyclists went mano a mano up one of the hardest climbs this TDF has to offer. While Contador retained the yellow jersey, many say the ...
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Tour de France Stage 16: Bagnères-de-Luchon

If any day was going to be Lance Armstrong’s day, this was it. Armstrong, who had spoke about one last stage win in his career, was one of the stage’s leaders up until the very end. Alas, ...
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LeMond Subpoenaed In Government Probe Into Armstrong’s Alleged Doping

The New York Daily News reports that Greg LeMond, has been subpoenaed by the government for the FDA case against Armsgrong. FDA criminal investigator Jeff Novitzky, who is famous for uncovering the ...
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How to Increase Visibility in Your Vehicle’s Blind Spots

Properly adjusted vehicle mirrors will improve your driving safety because they will help you to see blind spots on either side of your vehicle. A common crash scenario occurs on a motorist's ...
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Tour de France Stage 13: Rodes to Revel

There was no chance to race for the yellow, white, or polka dot jerseys, but it was still an exciting stage. Vinokourov, Cavendish, and Petacchi all made spectacular and energetic bids for the finish ...
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Tour de France Stage 12: Bourg-de-Peage to Mende

The most striking thing about this stage is the psychological battle that Contador has started waging on his opponents. Contador may not have won the stage, but he tried everything he could, including ...
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Tour de France Stage 15: Pamiers to Bagneres-de-Luchon

Another dramatic day for the 2010 Tour de France…Contador (the yellow jersey from stage 14 and now the overall race winner) and Schleck (the overall winner going into today’s stage) were ...
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Tour de France Stage 14: Revel to Ax 3 Domaines

The 14th stage of the 2010 Tour de France was a fast, tactical stage, full of head games. Contador and Schleck engaged in what Schleck called a game of “poker,” and Schleck came out on ...
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SAN MARCOS: Bicyclist struck by vehicle dies in hospital

Sheriff’s investigators are asking for help today to locate the hit-and-run driver that stuck Paul Michael Terpolilli last Saturday morning (July 10th). Terpolilli was riding his bike south on ...
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Tour de France Stage 11: Recordbreaking Sprints and…Headbutting?

Mark Cavendish took his 13th win today, making him the man who had won the most Tour de France stages of any current sprinter! Not all the news was good, though, as Cavendish’s teammate Mark ...
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Tour de France Stage 10 Summary

Stage 10 may not have been the most exciting stage, but check out the exhaustive blow-by-blow account from The Guardian in addition to the results below. General Classification after Stage 10: 1. Andy ...
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Stage 9: Fast and Furious

The 9th Stage of the 2010 Tour de France started fast and aggressive, and ended with a fiery sprint to the finish. After the grueling climbs and the fast finish, the results are in: Stage 9 Results 1. ...
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Spotlight on Anywhere Bicycle Repair

Stuart Clott is the founder of Anywhere Bicycle Repair and has been a San Diego Resident since 2004. He averages about 100 miles per week on his bike, so he's pretty much covered San Diego on his ...
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Armstrong’s Bid For the 2010 Tour Over

In continuing bad luck Armstrong was caught up in 3 crashes, fell off his bike once, and was left behind during the crucial stage 8 ride. Cadel Evans of Team BMC beat Armstrong to the finish line by ...
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Carlos Barredo and Rui Costa Fight At Stage 6 Finish Line

Apparently Costa elbowed Barredo in the side 20 m from the finish line, nearly knocking him off his bike.
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Hot Weather On Stage 7 Might Make Tomorrow Sticky

First things first: Barredo and Costa have buried the hatchet and put their startling fight behind them. Secondly, the temperature on this stage of the Tour de France was HOT–over 90 degrees, ...
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Armstrong Plagued With Flat Tire, Falls To 18th Overall

Armstrong, bruised and bloodied from yesterday’s spills, had another day of bad luck as an “ill-timed flat tire” left him alone, behind the pack, and “pedaling ...
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Armstrong Caught In Tour de France Stage 2 Crash, No Yellow Jersey

Armstrong, after an unlucky day of crashes and slow-downs, remains 5th overall in the 2010 Tour de France. 3:19 off the leader, Sylvian Chavanel, he moved one space down the ranks due to his spill. He ...
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Science Meets Cycling: How Giro Built Lance Armstrong’s $15,000 Custom Helmet

Lance Armstrong’s 2010 Tour de France is arguably the most important race of his career–and Giro wanted to be a part of it. They knew their aerodynamic helmet didn’t fit Armstrong ...
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