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Top 9 Benefits of Cycling

Top 9 Benefits of Cycling

When you read this article, it’ll sound as if there are few important things that cycling can’t fix…or at least make better. We think that’s pretty much true. So get a bike, get psyched, and start making a positive difference to your life.   Sleep Better Anyone who doesn’t do a lot of exercise usually will probably get completely knackered […]

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The Effect of Cycling on the Body and Soul

The Effect of Cycling on the Body and Soul

Photo credit: Cheryl & Rich   Like many people I like to keep my body in trim shape and also like many I have varying success. By which I mean I have my lazy times where I fall of the fitness wagon and revert to the old days of drinking and exercising very little. But generally I do various activities […]

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Lance Armstrong Stripped Of All 7 Tour de France Titles, Is Banned For Life

Lance Armstrong Stripped Of All 7 Tour de France Titles, Is Banned For Life

  Lance Armstrong has been striped of his seven Tour De France titles after UCI, the sports governing body, accepted the US Anti Doping Agency’s findings. Cycling legend Lance Armstrong’s fall from grace was completed Monday, when the sport’s governing body stripped him of all seven Tour de France titles and banned him for life on the heels of a […]

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Why You Should Train With A Purpose

Why You Should Train With A Purpose

                    My personal fitness story Five months ago I realized I was getting lazy, re-adopted poor eating habits, and even stopped going to the gym altogether. It wasn’t until a co-worker (whom I appreciate dearly) jokingly pointed out that I had visibly gained weight. One could say the comment was the catalyst […]

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USADA Strips Lance Armstrong’s Titles, Bans Him From Cycling

USADA Strips Lance Armstrong’s Titles, Bans Him From Cycling

  The U.S. Anti-Doping Agency announced Friday it was banning cyclist Lance Armstrong for life and stripping him of his record seven Tour de France titles. The International Cycling Union, which has been fighting with USADA over jurisdiction in the Armstrong case, said Friday it would withhold comment until it receives an explanation from USADA on its decision. The cycling […]

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