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Old 01-04-13, 18:35
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And here you have the last two chapters about Lemond series. I hope you will enjoy them:

Greg Lemond. One of the greatest. Part VI.

http://cyclinghistorybyfbs.blogspot....t-part-vi.html



Greg Lemond. One of the greatest. Part VII and last.

http://cyclinghistorybyfbs.blogspot....-part-vii.html


And here you have the final compilation of the series........

http://cyclinghistorybyfbs.blogspot....mpilation.html


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Old 01-08-13, 20:06
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Here you have a new article of http://plataformarecorridosciclistas.org/

One of the greatest, only the war stopped him...

Coppi 1949, una temporada de leyenda

http://plataformarecorridosciclistas...da-de-leyenda/



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Old 01-12-13, 21:01
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After the presentation today of the Vuelta 2013 route ,people are speaking about the hard and long stage of Peyragudes, one of the most difficult stages ever in the Vuelta.

We introduce the following article about the climb that can be more decissive in that stage and in the Vuelta, the Port de Balès

Port de Balès 2007-2013

http://cyclinghistorybyfbs.blogspot....2007-2013.html


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Old 01-19-13, 13:26
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Here you have the second part of

1949, Coppi una temporada de leyenda

http://plataformarecorridosciclistas...enda-2a-parte/



And we introduce you to one of the most exciting Vueltas ever, the 1993 edition:

1999, el Naranco bien vale una Vuelta

http://cyclinghistorybyfbs.blogspot....na-vuelta.html


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Old 01-19-13, 13:41
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how quickly people forget about the deal LeMond made with Hinault, giving him the Tour. cheating at it's worst


you can't push a teammate up a hill either or take one hand off your bars to engage another rider, that is cheating
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Old 01-26-13, 18:05
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Here you have the second part ( in Spanish) of the article about the Vuelta a España 1993:

1993, el Naranco bien vale una Vuelta.Parte final.


http://cyclinghistorybyfbs.blogspot....vuelta_26.html



And here you have another poll, about the favourite rider in the classics this spring:

http://cyclinghistorybyfbs.blogspot....asicas-de.html

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Old 01-26-13, 19:17
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I know that Armstrong cheated us, I know that all was a lie, but that was the cycling I lived, so here you have

The Lance Armstrong story. First part.

http://cyclinghistorybyfbs.blogspot....ry-part-i.html

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Old 02-08-13, 23:03
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The Lance Armstrong story. Part II. An incredible comeback.

http://cyclinghistorybyfbs.blogspot....ncredible.html

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I know that Armstrong cheated us, I know that all was a lie, but that was the cycling I lived, so here you have

The Lance Armstrong story. First part.

http://cyclinghistorybyfbs.blogspot....ry-part-i.html

I was there at this arrival in Verdun in 1993 - it's my region!! I saw Lance after this stage during the TV show after the race. I remember his interview following this first win in le tour de France. The guy who finished 4th is Dominique Arnould current directeur sportif in the Europcar team.
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