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Cycling in the News: LeMond in court; Vasseur’s back; Auctions by DeCanio

"Cycling in the News" is a regular service of VeloNews.com. Readers,reporters and friends are encouraged to send links to current stories aboutcompetitive cyclists and cycling that appear in the mainstream media. Ifyou come across a news item that you believe may be of interest to otherVeloNews readers, we would be grateful if you choose to send it to Rosters@InsideInc.com.Pioneer Press - TwinCities.com - February 1, 2005LeMond faces backpedaling firm in courtThe Medina bicycling legend charges breach of contract after a manufacturerdropped his brand, saying Lance Armstrong's star had

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“Cycling in the News” is a regular service of VeloNews.com. Readers,reporters and friends are encouraged to send links to current stories aboutcompetitive cyclists and cycling that appear in the mainstream media. Ifyou come across a news item that you believe may be of interest to otherVeloNews readers, we would be grateful if you choose to send it to Rosters@InsideInc.com.


Pioneer Press – TwinCities.com – February 1, 2005
LeMond faces backpedaling firm in court
The Medina bicycling legend charges breach of contract after a manufacturerdropped his brand, saying Lance Armstrong’s star had eclipsed his. FULLSTORY(Free Subscription Required)


International Herald Tribune  – January 31, 2005
Cycling: Vasseur returns, haunted by phantom drug charges 
Samuel Abt 
PARIS Things are looking up for Cedric Vasseur, the man whowasn’t there. Now he is almost there, or at least on the fringes… FULLSTORY


Manchester Online – January 31, 2005
Cycling: Pinsent ready to take to the road
SIR Matthew Pinsent has swapped his boat for a bike, but will not beembarking on a new sporting career.The four-times Olympic rowing gold medallist was guest of honour forManchester’s latest high-profile cycling meeting at Sportcity. And he receiveda racing bike from Athens triple medallist Bradley Wiggins, one of thestars of the latest Revolution meeting. FULLSTORY


Chandigarh Newsline – Chandigarh, India – January 31, 2005
Green message: Cycling is good for heart
Philem Dipak Singh
Chandigarh ‘‘ONLY the cycle tyre is green, all other automobiletyres are not green since they produce pollution and hence harmful to health,’’says Pramod Sharma of Yuvsatta. In an effort to popularise the messageof ‘‘Healthy hearts and happy homes’’, the Yuvsatta Greentire initiative,in association with Chandigarh Cardiovascular Diseases Prevention Project,(being implemented by UT Health Services, PGIMER and WHO India) took outa cycle rally to promote cycling and to prevent heart related diseases.FULLSTORY


eBay – January 31, 2005
DeCanio auctions off his termination letter
Get the official Kodak Gallery/Sierra Nevada termination letter. This official copy was sent to Matt DeCanio by Kurt Stockton a Partnerof Principal Sports Management Group LLC.
FULLSTORY



“Cycling in the News” is a regular service of VeloNews.com. Readers,reporters and friends are encouraged to send links to current stories aboutcompetitive cyclists and cycling that appear in the mainstream media. Ifyou come across a news item that you believe may be of interest to otherVeloNews readers, we would be grateful if you choose to send it to Rosters@InsideInc.com.