LeMond alleges Armstrong for making life hell

Greg LeMond, who won the Tour de France thrice, recently accused Lance Armstrong of making his life hell for the last ten years or so. LeMond also told about his personal life experiences where he shared the nature of his attention deficit disorder which he had been dealing with since his childhood days.

Chris Froome in Focus

Chris Froome is a professional road racing cyclist, and he rides for the UCI ProTeam Team Sky. Although he was born in Kenya, he was brought up in South Africa, but he competes in all sporting events under a British license. He has gone on to become one of the most important and an efficient rider for his team, and has made quite a name for himself since he joined the big league of racing.

Thor Hushovd drops out of Giro

Thor Hushovd’s baffling season extended when the rider of BMC Racing Team threw in of the 84 kilometres Giro d’Italia after the beginning in Urbino. The Norwegian, who generally rides very good on rolling roads, arrived into difficulty quite early on and settled to finish his engagement in the race.

Blandine Roquelet, the spokesperson of BMC, told VeloNation that the info Blandine has is that he had no more power to follow the race. He is exhausted. He already was a bit dropped on the climbs yesterday.


Lance Armstrong or Lance Edward Armstrong is a professional road racing cyclist famous for winning the Tour de France the maximum number of times.

Till date he is the only one to have won the cycling championship a record seven consecutive times. In 1996 he was diagnosed with testicular cancer and dropped out of that year’s tour de France at the 7th stage of the race. The cancer had spread to his brain also.

After the diagnosis the doctors suggested immediate surgery both in his brain and also testes though they hinted for a 40% chance of survival.


The world’s best BMX athletes are coming to Kingston to participate in the first annual Kingston Bike Festival. X-Games and Dew Tour champs along with recently-minted Olympic athletes returning from the Summer Games will descend on Kingston for a variety of BMX events, hosted as part of the Kingston Bike Festival.

The Kingston Bike Festival has a jam packed schedule of events designed to thrill, transforming Kingston into the ultimate BMX town. Fans, spectators and participants alike will experience a nine-day festival geared to engage, excite and inspire.