Jeff Lowe, the Chicago Real Estate professional and his wife, Molly have agreed to donate their time and money to help fund raise and market the latest quest in the city of Chicago to add more cycle friendly roads to the windy city.  As busy as the streets get and with the cold winter as severe as they are, sometimes a bicycle might be your only means to get around town.  So the city is trying to pass a ordinance that crave out more road that will accommodate cyclist.  Jeff Lowe, is a advent cycling hobbyist so the cause is near his heart.

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Sports Illustrated is reporting new information being compiled by a federal grand jury who is looking into weather Lance Armstrong was involved in an organized doping operation while competing in the Tour de France from 1999 to 2004.

The grand jury has been hearing testimony from Armstrong’s teammates, associates, and confidants who characterize Armstrong as the force and figure who push fellow teammates to violate doping rules and the provider of those drugs.

The full details of the revelations will be available in the latest issue of SI due to hit the newstand this Wednesday…it will make for some interesting reading.  It will be of even further interest if the grand jury elects to prosecute Armstrong.

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According to the AP, Cyclist Floyd Landis has collected audio and video recordings for federal officials investigating doping in cycling.

Landis wore a concealed recorder and video camera duing a meeting last spring with designer and cycling team owner Michael Ball.  The information help Food and Drug Administration agents to obtain a search warrant for Ball’s apartment.

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The Italian Olympic Committie for cycling is going to attempt to ban the cyclist Lorenzo Bernucci, his wife, Valentia Borgioli, his brother, Alessio Bernucci, his mother, Antonella Rossi, and his father in law, Fabrizio Borgioli from cycling.  As all of them, according to the anti doping prosecutor are linked to blood doping.

This is further proof that the sport is attempting to clear it image.

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Andy Schleck after his tremendous ride in the Tour De France was booted off his Bjarne Riis team along with his teammate Stuart O’Grady from the Vuelta a Espana after the pair violated team rules by drinking alcohol after dinner.

Schleck in a statement, stated,

“I acknowledge that I have broken a rule on the team by going out for a drink after dinner and for that reason Bjarne has decided to send myself and Stuart O’Grady home.

“I’m responsible for my actions and even though I think it is too harsh a decision, I respect that Bjarne is the boss and he needs to do what he thinks is the best.

“I was getting back into shape and I would really have liked to stay at the Vuelta and help Frank and the rest of Team Saxo Bank.”

Neither Andy Schleck nor O’Grady was at the start of the tenth stage of the Vuelta a Espana on Tuesday in Tarragona.

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A former teammate of Lance Armstrong has backed up allegations that Lance Armstrong took part in and encourage teammates to dope.  The informant has spoken to the Federal prosecutor.

The cyclist has given detail into the widespread use of doping agent by members of Armstrong’s United States Postal Service team.

In May and during the Tour de France, ex-Armstrong teammate and admitted doper Floyd Landis claimed Armstrong and other team members used blood transfusions and performance-enhancing drugs. He claimed Armstrong encouraged doping and that the team sold racing bicycles to fund those activities.

Now prosecutors have two sources with knowledge of Armstrong’s alleged doping allegations.  The validity of these allegation could destroy Armstrong’s legacy in the sport of Cycling.

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