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     RockShox Recommended Disc Brake Rotor Sizes
Sun Feb 1, 2004
SRAM has received a number of inquiries lately regarding RockShox fork and disc brake rotor sizes. Following is a list of all RockShox fork platforms and the maximum recommended disc brake rotor size. read more



     Tour de France Organizer Calls For Zero Tolerance
Sun Feb 1, 2004
PARIS, FRANCE - The organizer of the Tour de France called for cycling's world governing body to agree to a two-year ban for riders caught taking performance enhancing drugs. read more



     Kyle Strait Signs With Specialized
Mon Feb 2, 2004
Kyle Strait has signed a contract with Specialized today that will see the gravity prodigy riding their frames throughout 2004 with the option to continue riding their bikes through to the end of 2006, at least. read more



     Cipollini Hopes To Race In Olympics, Tour
Mon Feb 2, 2004
GRIANTE DI CADENABBIA, ITALY - The Tuscan cyclist said he could not wait to restore his sprinting reputation, somewhat tarnished by his Italian rival Alessandro Petacchi last year. read more



     Love Alone Can't Pay Bills, So Spanish Team Is Demoted
Tue Feb 3, 2004
This is a love story, and so it includes trace elements of rejection, humiliation and compromise read more



     USADA Unveils New Anti-Doping Campaign
Tue Feb 3, 2004
The United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) has unveiled a series of six public service announcements to combat doping entitled, "My health. My sport. My victory. I compete clean." read more



     24 Hour Controversy Continues
Tue Feb 3, 2004
ONTARIO, CANADA - Despite the fact there is only one company now advertising a 24-hour mountain bike race at Hardwood Hills on August 21-22, there are still plenty of question marks surrounding the event. read more



     New Team Doctor For US Postal
Wed Feb 4, 2004
Former ONCE-Eroski team doctor Pedro Zelaya has joined the American US Postal Service team for 2004. The Spanish doctor arrives at the request of team leader Lance Armstrong, years after the two had worked together in the Motorola team of the early 1990's.



     Norco Signs 19 Year Old BC Cup Pro DH Champ Kyle Guay
Wed Feb 4, 2004
PORT COQUITLAM, BC - Norco Performance Bikes is proud to announce that it has signed North Vancouver local, Kyle Guay to its 2004 Factory program. read more



     New Frame From Planet-X
Wed Feb 4, 2004
Just got a head up from Christian at Cycles Simtra about the release of a new Planet-X frame. The Planet-X Ghost is an Urban trials frame or a street frame with a 'trialsy' feel to it. read more



     Whistler Summer Mountain Bike Festival JULY 22-25, 2004
Wed Feb 4, 2004
WHISTLER, BC - CRANKWORX 2004 promises to be one of the hottest festivals of the summer, as the world's best mountain bikers converge on Whistler to compete in the most exciting and progressive events on two wheels. read more



     Sea Otter Lands Hyundai As Title Sponsor
Thu Feb 5, 2004
MONTEREY, CA - Sea Otter Classic signed a title sponsorship agreement with Hyundai Motor America for this year's event, April 15-18. read more



     Honda DH Team Unveiled
Thu Feb 5, 2004
Honda Racing Corporation announced today that as part of its global activities program, it is launching Team G Cross Honda, a downhill mountain-bike team. read more



     US Bicycling Hall Of Fame 2004 Inductees
Thu Feb 5, 2004
The United States Bicycling Hall of Fame has announced its inductees for 2004. Selections are made based on a review of nominations accepted from the national cycling community and the general public. read more



     Michelin Working With Tubeless Road Tires
Thu Feb 5, 2004
Michelin tire announced today that it has successfully applied its tubeless tire technology to its road tires. read more



     USA Cycling Announces Sponsorship Renewals
Fri Feb 6, 2004
USA Cycling, the national governing body for the sport of cycling, is excited to announce the renewal of sponsorships for 2004 with Pedro read more



     Montreal-Quebec Classic Returns For 2004
Sat Feb 7, 2004
CANADA - It is with great pleasure that Louis Garneau will organize, again this year, the oldest and longest bike race in North America. This year, the 250k race is sanctioned 1.14 by the Canadian Cycling Association. read more



     Race Fatality Stuns Tasmanian Cycling Community
Sat Feb 7, 2004
TASMANIA, AUSTRALIA - The tight-knit cycling community in Tasmania, Australia, is in shock after the death of one of its most promising young riders. Samantha Hellyer was 15 years old. read more



     Wooldridge Clear Of Cancer Scare
Mon Feb 9, 2004
Current world champion team pursuit rider, Stephen Wooldridge, has been given the all-clear from testicular cancer after surgeons removed a suspicious lump that appeared earlier this year. read more



     Car Flips In Tour De Langkawi
Mon Feb 9, 2004
MALAYSIA - There was a scare for the riders in the Tour de Langkawi after the driver of the Relax Bodysol car crashed and turned over his vehicle inside the final ten kilometres of the second stage. read more



     NORBA Opener In Texas
Tue Feb 10, 2004
The opening race of the NORBA National Mountain Bike Series will visit Texas for the first time since 1987, bringing professional mountain bike racers from around the world to compete for $10,000 in cash. read more



     Pro Cycling Tour Kicks Off June 1
Tue Feb 10, 2004
NORRISTOWN, PA - The Pro Cycling Tour (PCT) kicks off June 1-6 with the Wachovia Cycling Series, which includes the USPRO Cycling Championship in Philadelphia. At 156 miles, the USPRO is the longest pro race in North America. read more



     Father And Son Randonn
Tue Feb 10, 2004
GAINESVILLE, FL - Retired University of Florida professor Gustavo A. Antonini (66) and his stepson William W. Cupples (42) were killed on Saturday morning near Gainesville, Florida after being hit by a pickup truck. read more



     MTB Marathon World's Events
Wed Feb 11, 2004
This season the 2004 UCI MTB Marathon World Championships will take place in Bad Goisern, Upper Austria. read more



     Nemba 2nd Annual MTB Video Awards w/ Wade Simmons
Fri Feb 13, 2004
Are you a budding filmmaker? Submit your video to the Boston Mountain Bike Video Awards! Come meet Rocky Mountain Freerider, Wade Simmons, and celebrate the new season of riding. read more



     Canada To Host 2004 Adventure Racing Worlds
Sun Feb 15, 2004
Frontier Adventure Racing Inc. (FAR Inc.), Canada's premier adventure racing company, is pleased to announce that Canada will host the 2004 Adventure Racing World Championship. read more



     Velomax And Michelin Cross-Promote For Fifth Year
Sun Feb 15, 2004
Velomax and Michelin are again offering retail customers free Michelin Pro Race tires, tubes and rim bands with the purchase of a pair of Velomax wheels. read more



     Roland Green Starts His Comeback
Sun Feb 15, 2004
Roland Green began last year with incredible displays of inspirational efforts. He would have won the Tour de Langkawi if it hadn't been for a flat that cost a 01:29 time loss midway through the race... read more



     Senate Passes TEA-3 With Billions Allocated For Bike Projects
Mon Feb 16, 2004
Last week the Senate passed a transportation bill that included billions of dollars for cycling projects over the next six years. read more



     Marco Pantani Found Dead, Suicide Suspected
Mon Feb 16, 2004
RIMINI, ITALY - Former Tour de France and Giro d'Italia champion Marco Pantani was found dead in a hotel room last week. He was 34. read more



     Gita Offers Semi-Custom Clothes
Tue Feb 17, 2004
CHARLOTTE, NC - Gita Sporting Goods launched a new program for semi-custom clothing that offers lower prices and faster turn-around times than its full custom program. read more



     Brian Holm Diagnosed With Cancer
Tue Feb 17, 2004
Former Telekom rider Brian Holm, who currently works as a directeur sportif at the Jan Ullrich read more



     USA Cycling Develops U23 MTB Team
Thu Feb 19, 2004
USA Cycling is proud to announce the debut of the U23 National Mountain Bike Team. The program began as an effort to develop top espoir mountain-bike athletes in preparation for world-class competition. read more



     Alison Dunlap Adventure Camps
Fri Feb 20, 2004
Into their second exciting season, The Alison Dunlap Adventure Camps, partnered with Western Spirit Cycling, have recently released the dates for the 2004 season. read more



     Racing Update
Fri Feb 20, 2004
The Girl Scouts just knocked...there goes $75...base training was coming along just fine...legs feeling better...starting to lose winter fat...and then 10 boxes of Samoas plus others will soon show up. read more



     Turbospoke at New York Toy Fair
Sat Feb 21, 2004
NEW YORK - Turbospoke, the "must have" product of the toy and cycle industry, made its American introduction this week at the American International Toy Fair at the Javits Center. read more



     Bicycle Road Rage: Bicyclist Charged With Shooting At Driver
Sun Feb 22, 2004
MONROEVILLE, PA - A bicyclist shot a motorist in the arm during an altercation that began when the man on the bike made an obscene gesture, police said. read more



     Race Face Announces UFC III Competitor List
Mon Feb 23, 2004
VANCOUVER, BC - Race Face, along with Giant Bicycles and Manitou Suspension is proud to announce the selection process for the third annual Race Face Ultimate Freeride Challenge has been completed. read more



     Oakley Confiscated 2.7 Million Counterfeit Products In 2003
Tue Feb 24, 2004
FOOTHILL RANCH, CA - Oakley has battled with counterfeiters for years, but last year the company confiscated a record 2,739,754 fake Oakley products. read more



     Waco and Sonoma Upgraded To E1
Tue Feb 24, 2004
Who says you can't buy happiness? Bolstered by the addition of a pro prize purse, the NORBA National Series events in Waco, Texas, and Sonoma, California, have both been bumped from E2 to E1. read more



     Cyclist Awarded $240,000 In Damages
Tue Feb 24, 2004
DURHAM, NC - A cyclist in Durham, North Carolina, has been awarded $240,000 damages as a result of a car accident. read more



     OLN To Air Tour de Georgia
Wed Feb 25, 2004
STAMFORD, CT - Just weeks after Lance Armstrong and his U.S. Postal Service team announced they would compete in the Tour de Georgia, OLN executives said they would televise the event. read more



     MTB Racing In Cyprus: The Chase For Points Begins
Wed Feb 25, 2004
CYPRUS - The mad dash for UCI points officially got underway in mid-February, as a small group of American cross-country pros made the long trek to Cyprus to contest the first UCI-sanctioned races of the year. read more



     U.S. National Trials Series Announced
Wed Feb 25, 2004
USA Cycling announced today the recognition of a national trials series in conjunction with the 2004 NORBA National Mountain Bike Series and the American Mountain Bike Challenge (AMBC) calendar. read more



     Subaru Renews IMBA Support
Wed Feb 25, 2004
Subaru of America has renewed its support of the Subaru/IMBA Trail Care Crew through 2006. read more



     2004 Women's Pro Cycling Tour Announced
Thu Feb 26, 2004
The official 2004 Women's Pro Cycling Tour (PCT) schedule was released today by Threshold Sports LLC. The PCT is sanctioned by USA Cycling, the country's national governing body for cycling. read more



     Smith To Lead Team Bon Jovi/West Virginia
Thu Feb 26, 2004
Jenny Smith will be the lead rider for team Bon Jovi/West Virginia for the 2004 mountain bike race season. read more



     200 Cycling Stragglers Disqualified
Fri Feb 27, 2004
More than 200 cyclists were disqualified from the Giro della Provincia di Lucca today for riding too slowly in the third stage of the four-day race. read more



     Lance as a Boxer?
Fri Feb 27, 2004
Lance Armstrong shows off his uppercut in a new commercial from Nike that features various popular athletes switching sports. read more



     NORBA Offers Live Interactive Webcasts For 2004
Sat Feb 28, 2004
Team Big Bear and 1010TV announced yesterday that the 8 race series of NORBA Nationals will be webcast live over the internet. The webcast will also feature live interaction with the viewers. read more


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