Armstrong Makes Many Admissions

There will probably not be news about Lance, cycling in his country anytime soon, but there are fresh revelations of how he admits to having taken performance enhancing drugs after all those years when he was questioned on his remarkable performance levels and he simply cited hard work to be the reason behind his successes.


Lance Armstrong, a former pro cyclist gave fellow riders a surprise on Saturday, lining up for the Texas Chainring Massacre.

The gravel bike race was held in Valley View, about 50 miles north of Fort Worth.

In a total of2 hours, 51 minutes and 23.97 seconds, 45 year old Armstrong blazed through the approximately 62-mile course of gravel and dirt roads to finish 2.5 seconds behind Mat Stephens of Dallas who emerged first place in the race.


Lance Armstrong has proved that that he can still maintain decent form after he uploaded a video to Strava of the recent ride he had with Cannondale-Drapac professional Lawson Craddock in Texas.

The cyclist, who was disgraced and was stripped off his titles (Tour de France titles), made a ride of 115 miles within 5 hours and 52 minutes, and this ride averaged 31.5 kph (19.6 mph).

Using his Twitter handle, he posted:

“6 hours/115 miles in miserable weather with @lawsoncraddock. Who wants to do that....? WEDU" (making reference to WEDU, his event management company)”

Armstrong gets lifelong ban from Tuesday Cruiseday

Lance Armstrong has been shunned from the well known Tuesday Cruiseday event, the answer of what one organizer named the rider’s unblushing try to lead the directionless peloton.

Armstrong Must Not “Ambush Tour France 2015: Wada Boss

Lance Armstrong’s declaration to take part in Tour France2015 charity ride has led to sparks from several quarters. David Howman, the WADA boss has expressed strong concern over the disgraced rider’s recent declaration & has warned him not to “ambush” 2015 Tour France by participating in the charity ride.

As per the reports, ex-footballer & cancer survivor Geoff Thomas had persuaded the banned American rider to join the charity ride, in spite of his lifetime ban for consuming PEDs.

Thomas is hopeful to raise around 1 million pounds to help to fight leukemia.

Bonuses slip from the hand of Lance Armstrong

The court documents clearly made it clear that $10 million is the amount which must be paid by Lance Armstrong to the insurance company of sports after the arbitrators did not accept the decision against him.

The rule is against a dispute of the Tour de France. SCA Promotions of the Dallas based company did pay $ 12 million as bonus to Armstrong but he had to give back the money since he himself admitted to doping.