an I.O.U. — Later there will be more content here, maybe in late 2013, with interesting information about the history of this wonderful machine, modern innovations, physics (gears,...), human physiology, strategies for racing and recreation (use a bike to explore your local area, and save gas!), culture (bicycling in America and in Europe & Asia) and more.
Currently, there are pages about Tour de France History (dramatic soap opera in the 1980s!) plus Tour de France 2006 (the roller coaster lead changes) and The Mystery of Floyd Landis: Did he win fairly or chemically?
also, Running Tempo and Music Tempo
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to help?" in
the homepage for SCIENCE IN SPORTS.
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SCIENCE IN SPORTS
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EDUCATION FOR THE WHOLE PERSON
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