Showing 1 - 10 of 2650 Stories for Cycling
The postcards on these pages are a sampling of thousands, dealing with bicycling in all its variety, that were found in a stack of biscuit tins on ...
FASTEST LEGS IN TWO LEAGUES
Already a world-beating speed skater, Sheila Young added wheels and whirred away to still another title at the national cycling championships.
The Magic Begins to Work
A whirlwind tour of Ireland completes the spadework of weekend economic survey and makes secure forever the glorious place of the shovel in the history of Irish athletics
THE ULTIMATE TORTURE THE TOUGHER THE INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S CHALLENGE IS, THE MORE RIDERS LOVE IT
cycling. Last year's Challenge, with a combined 17,000 feet of climbing over 12 stages, attracted 100 racers from 10 countries. The race
A Pair Of Great Skates
Sarah and Mary Docter, best all-around U.S. speed skaters, are contrary sisters: Mary likes to dance, Sarah has to win
Basking in Glory
Miguel Induràin of Spain won his second straight Tour de France and added further splendor to his Basque homeland
HELL (AND HEAVEN) ON WHEELS
One champion got stoked on fiendish power at cycling's nationals, another was just angelic—until she began pedaling.
LURE OF THE WILD WHITE NOISE
This dream has a touch of Walter Mitty in it, considering the fact the U.S. has not brought back a cycling gold medal for 64 years. At the 1960 races in Rome, the ...
ON THE ROAD AGAIN CYCLIST GREG LEMOND FINDS FAST NEW WHEELS
LeMond, 35, whoretired from professional cycling in 1994 because of a rarecellular disorder that sapped his energy, has a new ...