Lance Armstrong

Lance vs Cadel: a study of two 22-year-olds

Riders come and go but the data remains. Years ago we published a piece by Dr Dave Martin comparing two successful riders early in their respective racing c...

The Program – First Watch

For any cycling fan, it is near impossible to arrive at the movie theatre, buy a ticket to The Program, and munch on a choc-top without having already formed an...

Lance vs Cadel: a study of two 22-year-olds

At the beginning of the 2010 season, RIDE Cycling Review published a story by Dr David T. Martin that compared data of two racing cyclists when they were aged 2...
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Moving ahead while looking back

Prompted by the realisation that it was 15 years ago that the whole concept of RIDE Cycling Review was born, we are delving into the archives and offering a ser...
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The asterisk is the only winner

Coming to terms with the ruling "There's no time for hatred, only questions." In Jeff Buckley's powerful live rendition of Eternal Life, he begins the song b...
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Farce of the fifth “win”

Almost five years after the 2003 Tour de France had ended, RIDE Cycling Review published a story by Jean-François Quenet that examined the result of the cen...
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Armstrong: The End…

During the reign of Lance Armstrong, it was essential to be careful with what was published in stories relating to him, his Livestrong Foundation, and his m...
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Reaction to the ‘Reasoned Decision’

Why ride? At 3.20pm on Saturday 13 October 2012, I posted a quick summary of how I felt. It had been a horrible day of weather in Sydney on Friday. But we wo...
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Leaving a Legacy

Since RIDE #31 (released in January 2006) a regular section of the magazine has been titled 'Legacies'. It came about largely because of a statement made by Lan...