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  • Gear: Bicycles shift into high-tech mode

    Gear: Bicycles shift into high-tech mode
    The "retro-grouch" — that hard-core traditionalist cyclist who was riding before it was cool and grew to hate the carbon fiber frames, heart rate monitors and other technological advances that swept the bike world in the last two decades — is a dying breed. The final high-tech nail in his coffin may be the items in this column. How good is this stuff? It makes pedaling a bike so irresistibly better, easier and faster that it might make no sense to be retro — or grouchy — anymore.
  • Backers of Prop. 29 tobacco tax concede defeat

     
    Proponents of the tobacco tax initiative Proposition 29 conceded defeat Friday after weeks holding out hope that the measure would eke out a victory as elections officials across California tallied an estimated 1 million uncounted ballots.

    Tour of California 2012 will finish at L.A. Live

     
    Amgen Tour of California to finish in 2012 at LA Live.

    Amgen Tour of California keeps going, but HTC team will disband

     
    Amgeon, title sponsor of the Tour of California re-ups for two more years but top California-based team HTC will fold at end of season.

    Bradley Wiggins crashes in Tour de France

     
    British rider Bradley Wiggins has pulled out of the Tour de France after getting caught in a big crash that took down several riders late in Friday's seventh stage of the Tour. Wiggins was one of about 20 riders caught...