Hey, have you heard the news about Lance Armstrong? You have? You must not be deaf, dumb and blind, then.
In what — hopefully — will surely be an embarrassing moment that he will regret and desperately attempt to make amends for in some way, shape or form, Lance Armstrong completely blew off
Let this be a lesson to the kids: Ambien and late-night emails demanding the presence of a rock guitar god at your birthday party do not mix. The more you know.
(Yawn) And do you know what? Not having to act like I even have a halfhearted, remote, passing interest in cycling anymore feels…great. Quite liberating, really.
Granted, the attorney for Lance Armstrong, Brian Daly, made his statement with a little more gravitas than the character Arthur Kirkland displayed in the classic scene from …And Justice for All
I don’t know about anyone else, but after a blow, I’m pretty wiped out. I can’t imagine climbing on a bike a riding around the mountains all day.
Lance Armstrong has announced that he is partnering with Radio Shack to form a new cycling team which will begin racing in 2010.
Lance Armstrong fell during the 19th stage of the Giro d’Italia, but showing he has a ball of steel, he fixed his bike by changing the rear tire and got right back on to continue the race.
Sacramento police have arrested two men believed to be involved with the theft of Livestrong cultist Lance Armstrong’s bicycle.
Whew. That’s a relief.