Sagan takes the stage – 2010 amgen tour of california

Sagan, Sutherland, Rogers and Leipheimer finished 1,2,3 and 4 in the brutal mountain stage of the Tour of California. While the stage only has a few categorized climbs, the overall course is such a steady, constant climb that the field could be seen struggling to hold it together. For much of the climb up into the San Bernardino mountains it was Andy Schleck and George Hincapie in a 5 … [Read more...]

Floyd Landis Email Admiting Guilt To USA Cycling

This is the email that Floyd Landis sent to USA Cycling admitting his doping guilt, as well as accusing Lance Armstrong, George Hincapie, David Zabriskie, Levi Leipheimer, and many more. 2002: I was instructed on how to use Testosterone patches by Johan Bruyneel during the During the Dauphine Libere in June, after which I flew on a helicopter with Mr Armstrong from the finish, I believe … [Read more...]

Levi Leipheimer Career Highlights

For the inagural Levis King Ridge Gran Fondo in 2009, Road ID developed a highlight video of Levi's career. … [Read more...]

Leipheimer Maintains Lead In Individual Standings Going Into Final Two ProTour Events

Dave Zabriskie (Salt Lake City, Utah/Garmin-Chipotle) grabbed the win in the fifth event of The USA Cycling Professional Tour when he won his fourth straight time trial national title at the USA Cycling Professional Time Trial Championship on Saturday. On Sunday, George Hincapie (Greenville, S.C./Team Columbia - High Road) won the sixth event on the eight-race USA Cycling Professional Tour by … [Read more...]

Lance Armstrong Wearing “Mellow Johnny” At Gila

Los Angeles, CA. (Bnet): Once the UCI allowed USA Cycling to use a rule loop hole to allow Lance Armstrong to compete in the Tour of Gila the big question has been what jersey will he be wearing. We have learned that all the Astana guys will be wearing a "Mellow Johnny" jersey (a bike store that Lance is part owner of). So keep your eyes peeled for Armstrong, Leipheimer, and Horner to be … [Read more...]

Leipheimer Triples – Takes his Third Tour of California

ESCONDIDO, California, Feb 22, 2009 (AFP) - American Levi Leipheimer won his third consecutive Tour of California cycling crown here Sunday after an eighth and final stage that was won by Frank Schleck of Luxembourg. Astana's Leipheimer finished 36 seconds ahead of compatriot David Zabriskie of Garmin with Australian Michael Rogers of Columbia next at 45 seconds and US star Lance Armstrong of … [Read more...]

Cavendish Wins Decisive Stage 4, As Leipheimer Keeps Tour of California Lead

British sprint specialist Mark Cavendish edged Tom Boonen to win the fourth stage of the Tour of California on Wednesday as two-time defending champion Levi Leipheimer retained the overall lead. The 186.3km stage took the race from Merced through the Sierra Mountains, with the early going marked by a series of attempted breaks. A three-man group finally escaped on a break that held up … [Read more...]


Full Men’s Team, Women’s Automatic Nominees Named for Beijing Colorado Springs, Colo. (July 1, 2008)—USA Cycling announced today 21 of its 24 nominees to the 2008 U.S. Olympic Team, including all 16 men’s athletes across the disciplines of road cycling, track cycling, mountain biking and bicycle motocross (BMX). Additionally, USA Cycling formally announced five automatic women’s … [Read more...]

Leipheimer and Gesink work together and win together Stage 3 Tour of California

VeloGuy spent the end of the race sitting in the finishing shoot with camera in hand watching for the leaders to cross the finish line. Sitting next to him was a Rabobank team member. The Rabobank team member told our reporter that Leipheimer and Gesink agreed to work together rather than against themselves in their breakaway to the finish. They agreed that if Gesink worked with Levi to get … [Read more...]

How Do You Say “Cycling Apartheid” in French? (SATIRE)

Apartheid is an Afrikaans word meaning "separation" or "being apart". [SATIRE... sort of] Is it now accurate to use apartheid to describe a policy that exists in France in the latter 20th and early 21st centuries? This system is used to mistreat and deny opportunity to superior non-French cyclists. The ASO allowed the French minority to keep the non-French majority off of the Tour de France … [Read more...]