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Blog Posts in January, 2010

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  • Armstrong’s 2010 Tour Down Under A Success
    Armstrong’s 2010 Tour Down Under A Success

    Last year, Armstrong used the long, hot Tour Down Under as the “proving ground” for a credible Tour de France bit, and this year he’s done the same thing. Armstrong, joined by his Radioshack team, ...

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  • LA Cyclist Relieved As “Road Rage Doctor” Jailed
    LA Cyclist Relieved As “Road Rage Doctor” Jailed

    The so-called “Road Rage Doctor” was convicted of mayhem, assault with a deadly weapon, battery with serious injury, and reckless driving causing injury. He’s been sentenced to five years and prison, ...

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  • 2010 Shadow Tour Stagecoach Century
    2010 Shadow Tour Stagecoach Century

    Following a GREAT DAY of riding, is my summary of the 2010 Shadow Tour STAGECOACH CENTURY in Ocotillo, California. The weather cooperated, as I crawled out of my VW van early. It was temperate and ...

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  • Mandaville Canyon “Road Rage” Doctor Sentenced to Five Years
    Mandaville Canyon “Road Rage” Doctor Sentenced to Five Years

    Just minutes ago Dr. Christopher Thomas Thompson, the Brentwood doctor that was convicted of critically injuring two bicyclests in July of last year was sentenced to five years in prison. According to ...

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  • “Road Rage Doctor” facing more than Prison……
    “Road Rage Doctor” facing more than Prison……

    Dear Fellow Athletes: In my experience, the jury’s verdict & courts sentence of 5 years and more will help protect society for years to come. Ironically, Dr Thompson may be forced to ride a bicycle to ...

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  • Hit-And-Run Suspect Pleads “Not Guilty”
    Hit-And-Run Suspect Pleads “Not Guilty”

    A man suspected in the death of a Martinez bicyclist in November of 2008 pleaded “not guilty” to charges of hit-and-run and vehicular manslaughter. 50 of the bicyclists relatives and friends were at ...

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