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Did you catch the Tour de France?? Anticipating the Olympics? Come on down to check out how fast YOU can be with a new road or time trial bike!  visit www.newingtonbike... for more information

Did you catch the Tour de France?? Anticipating the Olympics? Come on down to check out how fast YOU can be with a new road or time trial bike! visit www.newingtonbike... for more information

Designed as a special collaboration between NYC's influential menswear maker Freemans Sporting Club and Dewar's whisky, the limited-edition Travel Roll is what the brand is calling a "modern take on the vintage utility roll used by Tommy Dewar to carry his father's whisky around the world."

Dewar's + Freemans Sporting Club

Designed as a special collaboration between NYC's influential menswear maker Freemans Sporting Club and Dewar's whisky, the limited-edition Travel Roll is what the brand is calling a "modern take on the vintage utility roll used by Tommy Dewar to carry his father's whisky around the world."

Giro'11: The #ColladellaFinestre in all its beauty during the 2011 Giro d'Italia. This beast of a climb with its gravel finish will feature again in the #Giro next year just like it did in #2005!

Giro'11: The #ColladellaFinestre in all its beauty during the 2011 Giro d'Italia. This beast of a climb with its gravel finish will feature again in the #Giro next year just like it did in #2005!

Cycling Vietnam. 'It’s a wishbone-thin country – around 1600km in length, but as narrow as 50km at times – so it’s inevitable that most cycle journeys run north–south, or vice versa. For those who don’t like hills, the popular alternative to a linear ride is to cycle through the Mekong Delta, southern Vietnam’s rice bowl, where you’ll see as much water as land – the delta seems to have more bridges than similar locations in the world.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/vietnam

Cycling Vietnam. 'It’s a wishbone-thin country – around 1600km in length, but as narrow as 50km at times – so it’s inevitable that most cycle journeys run north–south, or vice versa. For those who don’t like hills, the popular alternative to a linear ride is to cycle through the Mekong Delta, southern Vietnam’s rice bowl, where you’ll see as much water as land – the delta seems to have more bridges than similar locations in the world.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/vietnam

2014 usa-pro-cycling-challenge photos stage-02 - The sunny half of the stage

2014 usa-pro-cycling-challenge photos stage-02 - The sunny half of the stage

Tour de France    Photograph by Jasper Juinen/Getty Images    The Tour de France, the world’s premier cycling race, has several daylong stages, with the lead rider wearing the race's iconic yellow jersey. The route varies every year, taking riders and fans through mountains, tiny towns, and the streets of Paris.

Tour de France Photograph by Jasper Juinen/Getty Images The Tour de France, the world’s premier cycling race, has several daylong stages, with the lead rider wearing the race's iconic yellow jersey. The route varies every year, taking riders and fans through mountains, tiny towns, and the streets of Paris.

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