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For those not familiar with Critical Mass, it's a semi-regular event in cities for cyclists who want to assert their right to the road.
Here's a totally extreme mountain biker extremely crashing his face into the dirt before he extremely gets his spine compressed by a tree.
Three weeks of people riding bicycles <a href="http://sports.yahoo.com/sc/news;_ylt=ApTMWUgQ5ypTcgaWfTzkf1R.grcF?slug=ap-tourdefrance&prov=ap&type=lgns" target="_blank">came to an end yesterday</a>, as the Tour de France's riders rolled down the Champs-Élysées like Wehrmacht Panzers.
There are many reasons you should never consider cycling as a desirable pursuit.
A bicycle race in southern Illinois managed to capitalize on the rich cachet of America's omnipresent Tour de France coverage while still appealing to the assorted fatasses that sweat their way through life in the humid cornfields sprawling outward from the Mississippi.
A lot of people categorize With Leather as a website for losers to look at hot chicks, but that's not really fair to us losers.
Liz Hatch is a pro cyclist who arrived late to the game (she didn't start until age 24) but has gained recognition for her toughness and aggressive style.
We interrupt your regularly scheduled bored-with-the-world take on some unimportant sports story to bring you FIVE MINUTES of people on bicycles wrecking their faces.
This is video of Luxembourg's Frank Schleck during stage five of the Tour de Suisse.
Following up on <a href="../post.phtml?pk=5908">last week's story</a> about Stuart Sugarman and Christopher Carter -- the asshole hedge fund manager and the asshole stockbroker who attacked him in spinning class, respectively -- the jury in the assault case yesterday <a href="http://www.nytimes.com/2008/06/03/nyregion/03spin.html?_r=1&scp=1&sq=Sugarman&st=nyt&oref=slogin" target="_blank">acquitted Carter of the charges</a>.
A New York hedge fund manager testified in court today at the bizarre assault case in which he was the victim.
This is David Millar at the Giro d'Italia, which is basically the biggest race in the world after the Tour de France.
An Australian driver frustrated with a pack of about 60 bicyclists -- including six Olympians -- took his car into the thick of the pack, causing tens of thousands of dollars of damage and several injuries in a <a href="http://www.smh.com.au/news/beijing2008/angry-driver-takes-out-50strong-cycle-pack/2008/05/08/1210131112608.html?page=fullpage#contentSwap3" target="_blank">road rage hit-and-run</a>.
7-time Tour de France champion <a href="http://www.nypost.com/seven/03292008/gossip/pagesix/cycling_a_nude_103983.htm" title="Page Six" target="_blank">Lance Armstrong bought a sculpture</a>:The Tour de France champion attended the Scope Art Fair at Lincoln Center the other day and dropped $20,000 on a wooden sculpture from the ADA Gallery by Richmond, Va.
Cycling authorities are looking to take a more "human" approach to drug-testing after Belgian rider Kevin van Impe was forced to take a <a href="http://www.smh.com.au/news/sport/rider-drug-tested-at-sons-funeral/2008/03/17/1205602258326.html" target="_blank">urine test at the crematorium</a> where he was saying good-bye to his dead infant son.
Lest you ever ponder leaving your computer and venturing outside for some exercise, let these stories of casual bike riders be your guide to stay put and let your ass get fatter.
It's not often I'll give credit to Mountain Dew-drinking thrill-seekers, but I actually have some grudging respect for the dudes who made this video.