LIVESTRONG has added a new feature to their website, a quarterly magazine that is available online or print if you ask. The LIVESTRONG Quarterly Magazine will feature profiles on cancer survivors, supporters, and advocates that make a difference around the world, while articles will also spotlight health, fitness and wellness. The first issue will feature Kris Carr, swimming champion Eric Shanteau, hybrid drugs, plus Mario Lemieux and Robin Williams add input on healing and recovery. Also, as you can see Lance Armstrong is spotted on the front cover, so expect more from him. The first issue is available now online for free.
You can look like your favorite U-23 cyclist while wearing the Bontrager RXL Jersey Trek Livestrong U-23. It sports a fitted cut, with dynamically breathable Temptech fabric and contura fabric. The jersey features cycling-specific paneling, which allows for moisture wicking and quick drying. A texturized silicone gripper is featured at the waist and cuff for a perfect fit. The front zips up with a full-length center front semi-locking zipper. The Bontrager RXL Jersey Trek Livestrong U-23 also has three top entry rear cargo pockets to store your odds and ends. Purchase the Bontrager RXL Jersey Trek Livestrong U-23 at the Trek online shop for $139.99….
Lance Armstrong’s return to Tour de France also brought a series of artist Trek Bikes designed by numerous artists. In total, six bikes were designed by KAWS, Damien Hirst, Marc Newson, Kenny Scharf, Yoshitomo Nara, and Shepard Fairey. Initial debut took place on October 2nd, the day Lance Armstrong was diagnosed with cancer, followed with a special dinner that was held by Armstrong and Thompson, in association with Park Avenue Armory. You can check out the bikes until October 22nd at 643 Park Avenue New York, but on November 1st, a special auction will go live in support of the Lance Armstrong Foundation.
The Nike Air Zoom Tiempo, originally designed for soccer and now part of the LIVESTRONG collection, has just been revamped for the inner city cyclist some time ago and has re-released yesterday. A total of eight riders helped Nike transform the soccer shoe into a shoe tailored especially for the urban cyclist. Each color way corresponds to the hometown of its influential rider. The eight riders consisted of Kyle Demers from New York City, Jupiter Desphy from Los Angeles, Superted from London, Takaharu Okada from Tokyo, Yorgo Tloupas from Paris, Henrik Kuerschner from Berlin, Massan from San Francisco, and Lance Armstrong coming out of Austin. Together they re-designed the sneaker with a stiffer sole, which makes for an easier pedaling experience.
Starting from the far left we have London, followed by Tokyo, New York, and Los Angeles.