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2009 Tour de France teams announced

The 20 teams making up the 2009 Tour de France were officially announced today. The 96th Tour de France begins July 4 in Monaco. Team Astana, which was banned from the 2008 Tour, received in invitation for 2009. USA teams on the list are Garmin-Chipotle and Columbia High Road, both of which participated last year. read more »

2012 Tour of California host cities announced

Thirteen HOST CITIES ANNOUNCED FOR 2012 Amgen Tour of California Challenging Route to Take Cyclists Over More Than 750 Miles of Striking California Terrain During America’s Premier Cycling Race from May 13 – 20, 2012 LOS ANGELES (November 3, 2011) – After reviewing more than 100 submissions from cities throughout California hoping to be named read more »

Amgen Tour of California announces doping controls

AEG, Amgen and the US Anti Doping Agency (USADA) announced what they claim is “the most comprehensive anti-doping program in the history of the Amgen Tour of California.” But first, there’s this news about Filippo Simeoni’s response to an interview Floyd Landis did with Paul Kimmage.

2010 Amgen Tour of California teams

AEG announced the teams racing in the 2010 Amgen Tour of California beginning on May 16.

UCI ProTour implodes, Film at 11

On this Tour de France rest day, David, Carlton and Tim Jackson got together for a new episode of The Spokesmen podcast. Tim had hardware removed from his hand, Carlton wants to wait before passing judgement on Beltran and talks about his new “Bike To Work” book. They admire the performance of the two American read more »

Collaborative marketing: USA + France

Amaury Sport Organisation (ASO) and AEG announced a marketing partnership to cross promote each other’s events. ASO owns the Tour de France and other European races, while AEG is the US based sports presenter that owns the Tour of California. Beginning with the upcoming 2008 Tour de France and 2009 Amgen Tour of California, the read more »