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Stories from Bicycling

Healdsburg couple rides for cancer awareness

Bill and Debbie Albers will begin the 3,000-mile Race Across America on Saturday to raise awareness of stomach cancer, which claimed the life of close friend and Healdsburg firefighter Allen Losh, and threatened the life of Losh’s father, Vern.

Slovakia's Sagan wins Tour of California

Slovakia's Peter Sagan surged late and won the Tour of California by 3 seconds Sunday with a close third-place finish in the final stage.

France's Julian Alaphilippe wins to take Tour of California lead

France’s Julian Alaphilippe took the overall lead in the Tour of California on Saturday with solo a victory in the mountainous seventh stage.

Sagan takes Tour of California lead after 6th stage

Slovakia's Peter Sagan took the Tour of California lead Friday in the sixth stage, racing to a dominating victory in the rescheduled and shortened individual time trial.

Cavendish races to 3rd Tour of California stage victory

The British rider raced his third Tour of California stage victory and Latvia's Tom Skujins retained the overall lead Thursday in the rainy fifth stage.

Sagan wins 4th stage of Tour of California

Slovakia's Peter Sagan surged in the short final uphill sprint Wednesday to win the windy fourth stage of the Tour of California and close in on the overall leader.

Skujins wins stage 3, takes lead in Tour of California

Latvian Tom Skujins pedaled to a surprising mountain stage win by more than a minute and took the lead Tuesday in the Tour of California.

Cavendish wins stage 2 of Tour of California

Britain's Mark Cavendish earned his second straight win over Peter Sagan of Slovakia and extended his race lead Monday in the second stage of the Tour of California.

Cavendish wins 1st stage of Tour of California

Britain's Mark Cavendish powered past Slovakia's Peter Sagan just before the finish line Sunday to win the first stage of the Tour of California.

Armstrong ordered to pay $10 million over doping lies (w/video)

An arbitration panel has ordered disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong and Tailwind Sports Corp. to pay $10 million in a fraud dispute with a promotions company.

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