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     Schwinn Rolls Out 16-Inch Sting-Ray For Smaller Riders
Wed Aug 4, 2004
MADISON, WI - After finding success with its 20-inch version, Schwinn Bicycles released a 16-inch Sting-Ray, the first line extension of the Sting-Ray chopper bike platform. read more



     Haywood Loses Final Olympic Appeal
Thu Aug 5, 2004
After six months of chasing UCI points, a weeklong delay in the initial announcement, an arbitration hearing and an appeal of that decision, the battle for the lone women's start spot on the U.S. Olympic cross-country team is finally over. read more



     Delicacies & Dirt: Pro Team Celebrates Women On Bikes
Thu Aug 5, 2004
This weekend the MTB chicks hit Snowmass Resort, near Aspen, in what will be the 7th of 9 races in the 2004 NORBA National Mountain Bike Series. read more



     Steve Peat Secures DH World Cup
Thu Aug 5, 2004
It became official 24 hours after Smith rider Steve Peat capped a run of podium appearances on the World Cup Downhill circuit with a solid third in Calgary - He had clinched the overall World Cup Title. read more



     Bush, Kerry Earn Honorary IMBA Memberships
Fri Aug 6, 2004
BOUDLER, CO - IMBA dubbed presidential candidates George Bush and John Kerry honorary IMBA members recently. The move is an attempt to communicate IMBA's priorities to both parties' campaigns. read more



     SRAM, RockShox Roll Out Gold Components For Olympics
Fri Aug 6, 2004
In preparation for the 2004 summer Olympics, SRAM and RockShox produced limited Olympic editions of RockShox's SID World Cup fork and SRAM's PC-990 HollowPin chain, PG-990 cassette and X.0 Twist Shifters. read more



     The Wade Simmons Freeride Experience
Fri Aug 6, 2004
Now, exclusively through Bush Pilot Biking, you can have the opportunity to rip the legendary freeride lines of BC with the one and only Wade Simmons. read more



     Olympic Road Cycling Course Scenic, Tricky
Wed Aug 11, 2004
ATHENS, GREECE - With the Acropolis providing a picture-perfect backdrop, the Olympic road cycling races are certain to be aesthetically pleasing. Navigating the tricky and slippery course, however, will be anything but a joy for riders. read more



     Olympics: UCI Thwarted In Testing Attempt
Fri Aug 13, 2004
Just 24 hours before some of top European road pros get down to business in the hunt for Olympic medals, confusion was the order of the day after the UCI attempted to conduct drug tests. read more



     Lance Tibute On Sale In US Today
Fri Aug 13, 2004
ProCycling's tribute to Lance Armstrong's incredible career goes on sale today in North America. Don't miss your chance to get this superb souvenir of the Tour de France's greatest rider. read more



     Bettini Takes Gold In Athens
Sat Aug 14, 2004
In the aftermath of the brutal 224.4km men's Olympic road race run on the historic downtown streets of Athens on Saturday, the sentiment toward race winner Paolo Bettini was nearly universal. read more



     Sugoi Dirt Series Gets Airtime
Mon Aug 16, 2004
BLUE RIVER, BC - As the Sugoi Dirt Series read more



     Hamilton Wins Olympic TT; Julich Takes Bronze
Wed Aug 18, 2004
ATHENS, GREECE - As the sun crept above the horizon, bringing dawn to a new day here in Athens, Tyler Hamilton awoke with a terrible case of nerves. read more



     A New MTB Freeride Vacation Company In Whistler, BC
Fri Aug 20, 2004
WHISTLER, BC - A beautiful example of riders making a living at what they love to do, the West Coast Freeride Guides (WCFG) offer guided bike tours of the best British Columbia has to offer. read more



     England And Vasse Top Uphill Riders In Foul Weather
Sat Aug 21, 2004
PINKHAM NOTCH, NH - The weather on New England's highest peak was even nastier than usual today, but the Volkswagen Mt. Washington Auto Road Bicycle Hillclimb was one of the most exciting battles in its 32-year history. read more



     IMBA Announces 2004 Epic Rides
Wed Aug 25, 2004
IMBA just announced its four 2004 IMBA Epic Rides, adding to the 28 routes the group has picked since 1999. IMBA is throwing a two-day party at each of the four trails to do some trailwork and celebrate with some epic riding. read more



     Bikes Belong Breaks $1 Million Mark In Annual Revenue
Thu Aug 26, 2004
BOSTON, MA - Bikes Belong Coalition is raising money at a record rate this year, topping the $1 million mark in annual revenue for the first time. In August alone, to-date revenues surpassed $89,000. read more



     France's Absalon Takes Cross-Country Gold
Sat Aug 28, 2004
It took longer than anyone associated with French cycling would have liked. But France finally scored the big one with Julien Absalon taking a convincing cross-country victory on Saturday. read more



     264 Arrested In NYC Bicycle Protest
Sat Aug 28, 2004
NEW YORK, NY - In the first major clampdown on protesters before the Republican National Convention, New York police arrested 264 people Friday night during a mass demonstration. read more



     On Doping Front, IOC Sees Athens As Big Success
Sun Aug 29, 2004
ATHENS, GREECE - Growing suggestions by critics before the Athens Games that IOC president Jacques Rogge would falter in his attempt to carry out his promised war on doping in the Olympics have been proved wrong. read more



     USA
Sun Aug 29, 2004
ATHENS, GREECE - Erin Mirabella (Racine, Wis.) was awarded the Olympic bronze medal today for her efforts in the women's 25km points race on August 25 after third place finisher, Maria Luisa Calle Williams (COL), failed an IOC anti-doping test. read more



     Park Tool To Host Second Annual Fastest Wrench Contest
Mon Aug 30, 2004
ST. PAUL, MN - Park Tool Company is again looking for the "Fastest Wrench in the West" at with a competition at Interbike. read more



     Bush, Kerry Or Commie? Vote Or Shut Up, Socks Say
Tue Aug 31, 2004
Trek may be cashing in on Tour de France fever, but SockGuy is looking to sell some political socks this election season. SockGuy made four limited edition socks. read more


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