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Tue, 09/09/2008 - 21:12Posted by: PedalPushers

Lance Armstrong to make a return to Tour De France.

A report from Velo News states that 7 time Tour De France winner Lance Armstrong is coming out of retirement. This would be great for road racing. The AP has called and sent text messages but no response from Lance yet. We shall see.

Sat, 09/06/2008 - 02:59Posted by: PedalPushers

Pedal Pushers/ Zimmerman Shoes Training/ Road Ride

Come join ride leader Jeff Brown from Zimmerman Shoes for our first group ride. It will be a moderate pace, 25-30 miles will be the distance. If you have any questions call 410 544 2323.

Fri, 08/15/2008 - 21:49Posted by: PedalPushers

2009 Jamis will be here before you know it.

We just got this link from one of our guys at Jamis...www.robedob.blogspot.com. This will give everyone a sneak peek at what to expect from Jamis for 2009. Some new colors and plenty of upgrades to go around. Release of new bikes will probably happen around September or October. We will be sure to keep everyone posted.

Wed, 07/16/2008 - 06:09Posted by: PedalPushers

The Climb through the Pyranees has begun.

Despite finishing more than a minute ahead of the race leaders, Ricco is still outside the top 20 in the general classification, two minutes and 35 seconds behind Kim Kirchen, who retained the yellow jersey of the overall leader.

Australian Cadel Evans remains second, six seconds behind, despite crashing out early in the stage. American Christian Vandevelde moved up to third, switching places with Stefan Schumacher. Russia's Denis Menchov, Belgian Stijn Devolder and four Spaniards - Alejandro Valverde, Oscar Pereiro Sio, Samuel Sanchez and Carlos Sastre - round up the rest of the top 10

Thu, 07/10/2008 - 21:52Posted by: PedalPushers

The Tour De France is underway!

German rider Stefan Schumacher wore the yellow jersey Thursday for the start of the sixth stage of the Tour de France, which took the peloton into the mountains for the first time.

Schumacher, winner of Tuesday's time trial, held a lead of 12 seconds over Kim Kirchen of Luxembourg and David Millar of Britain, heading into the 121 mile ride through the medium-sized peaks of the Massif Central from Aigurande to Super-Besse.

There are two moderate climbs ranked at category 2 and an uphill finish that could end Schumacher's lead.

Tour contenders Alejandro Valverde and Cadel Evans may test their legs in the climbs before heading into the Pyrenees.