Ted King talks about leaving the Tour de France bloodied, bandaged, and bruised, and he muses on spirit animals
In a statement provided to his hometown newspaper, Armstrong's former coach says he "never participated in a doping program"
According to a newspaper story, the man received community service and a fine
The pair has been riding together in Colorado after Armstrong said, "we have lots to discuss"
The former UCI president has been implicated in a cover-up stemming from a 1999 drug test Armstrong reportedly failed
The U.S. bike company threatens to sue a Canadian veteran over his shop's name, Cafe Roubaix, saying "Roubaix" is a trademark
Tour champ Froome says a repeat victory would help bring some credibility back to the sport
The cyclist was riding in the designated bike lane when he was struck from behind
The British sprinter wants to compete on the track at the 2016 Olympics
A federal judge says some of the defendants will be dismissed from the case