Cycling devotees embrace $450 pump

Josh Poertner, a Zipp Speed Weaponry engineer who helped prove bicycle fanatics would pay $3,000 for a pair of aerodynamic wheels, has turned his Steve Jobs-like obsession with technology and design to the lowly tire pump.

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Manager of Cultural Trail plans HQ project

The not-for-profit that oversees the Indianapolis Cultural Trail and the Indiana Pacers Bikeshare program plans to shed its training wheels and renovate a former service station along the trail as its headquarters.

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Bicycle race to debut in Speedway

More than 400 two-wheel racers and thousands of spectators are expected to descend on downtown Speedway June 1 for the first Tri West Criterium. Top cyclists are expected to hit average speeds of near 30 miles an hour on a tight, closed course.

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BENNER: Mom and Lance Armstrong had cancer in common

A few years ago, when cyclist extraordinaire Lance Armstrong was in the midst of his phenomenal seven
straight Tour de France titles, those yellow Livestrong bands seemed ubiquitous. But when Armstrong left
competitive cycling, gradually those rubber yellow bands faded from view. I kept wearing mine, however, to remind me of the
courage of my mother, Emma.

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Velodrome plans in limbo

While the Marian College cycling team has been off this month hunting national championships in Colorado, a plan by school officials to manage the Major Taylor Velodrome has not yet won support from Indy Parks.

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