Team RadioShack has just announced their roster for the 2010 season, featuring 26 riders from 16 different countries. “It is a well balanced team. We have experienced riders – with some of them I worked already many years in my former teams – but we also have young talents who can develop in the perfect environment. I am happy that our sponsors want to invest in the future of cycling. Our main goal will be the Tour de France and other stage races but I am confident that, with these riders, we can perform very well in the one-day races as well. I look forward to the new season with Team RadioShack and our first training camp,” says RadioShack team director Johan Bruyneel. Team RadioShack has also announced that their first training camp will be held next month, in Tucson, Arizona. The 2010 roster is as…
Maybe your life long dream is to ride with Lance Armstrong, or you just really would enjoy chatting with one of the greatest cyclists while biking. Clear2go Water Bottles has announced their contest for an individual to win a ride with Lance Armstrong. If your wondering what you will exactly win, well Clear2go will hook you up with a Trek bike, 3 day, 2 night trip for two to Austin Texas, this is where you will ride with Lance Armstrong, but your guest will have to find other plans. You will need to visit the Ride With Lance Sweepstakes Facebook page or Twitter to enter, you can only enter once unless you take part in the photo flashes on Facebook….
Many have talked about it, pictures were taken, but finally November 1st is here and at 7 PM in New York a special auction took place at Sotheby’s for the LIVESTRONG Foundation. For those of you that don’t know, 7 Trek model bikes designed by different artists went up for auction, allowing private bidders to have a one of a kind bike. The outcome, LIVESTRONG foundation raised 1.3 million dollars, with the Damien Hirst Madone going for $500,000 alone. Trek bikes used were the Madone, Speed Concept, and Equinox TTX. Below you can see each bike and the ending price.
Damien Hirst Trek Madone
Ending Price: $500,000
Kenny Scharf Trek Equinox TT
Ending Price: $45,000
Yoshitomo Nara Trek Speed Concept
Ending Price: $200,000
Shepard Fairey Trek Madone
Ending Price: $110,000.00
Kaws Trek Madone
Ending Price: $160,000.00
Marc Newsone Speed Concept
Ending Price: $110,000.00
California 1274 Stolen Bike Speed Concept
Ending Price: $130,000.00…
Nike is back at it with Lance Armstrong on the iconic Air Zoom Tiemp to celebrate his hometown of Austin Texas. Furthermore, the shoes give credit to all cyclists resigning in the Austin area, and widely famous bike store Mellow Johnny’s. Specific designs on the shoe are taken from the “bike art” that helped raise money for the Lance Armstrong Foundation. Available to the general public on October 24th 2009 at Nike Sportswear at 21 Mercer and Mellow Johnny’s. All proceeds will go to LIVESTRONG.
After the success Lance Armstrong conquered with Nike not long ago, they are back at it again with two Nike sneakers. The first Lance Armstrong to release is the LS Lunar Glide, available to the public Holiday 2009 season, and the second is the Nike LS Lunar Fly will hit retailers Summer 2010. As of now, msrp is not available. Hopefully we see Lance wearing both on his Trek.