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Bicycle Racing Game





bicycle racing game






    bicycle racing
  • Bicycle racing is a sport encompassing many forms in which bicycles are used for competition. This racing includes road bicycle racing, cyclo-cross, mountain bike racing, track cycling, BMX, bike trials, and cycle speedway.





    game
  • A form of play or sport, esp. a competitive one played according to rules and decided by skill, strength, or luck

  • a contest with rules to determine a winner; "you need four people to play this game"

  • bet on: place a bet on; "Which horse are you backing?"; "I'm betting on the new horse"

  • crippled: disabled in the feet or legs; "a crippled soldier"; "a game leg"

  • A complete episode or period of play, typically ending in a definite result

  • A single portion of play forming a scoring unit in a match, esp. in tennis











bicycle racing game - Giro D'Italia




Giro D'Italia The Game


Giro D'Italia The Game



In this simple yet fascinating cycling race simulation you decide the placement and energy management of your riders, facing all the elements of the Giro or a "classic": sprints, breakaways, falls, cracks, punctures, bonus time, made and broken alliances, final sprints. What is your specialty? Will you be best on plains and sprints? Will you fly in solitude on the mountain top? Or will you display a charismatic leader talent? At the end of the track, only the finest strategist and the humblest hard-worker will win, entering with Giro d'Italia games in the legend of the greatest Cyclists of all time. Three are the differences between Leader 1 and Giro d'Italia, the game. The latter has the real time rule, special cards to be played once during the race and an Appendix with pictures showing how to build all the stages of the 2009 Giro d'Italia.










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The Winning Break. 1970 Commonwealth Games Road Race.




The Winning Break. 1970 Commonwealth Games Road Race.





Passing under the crags of Arthur's Seat, Edinburgh, and at the start of yet another long climb in the pouring rain. New Zealand's Bruce Biddle leads Australia's Ron Bliney and John Trevorrow. Afraid I don't have the Canadian rider's name who's talking to the support motorbike.











African Games X




African Games X





this was the bicycling race on the town of Maputo-Mozambique for the X African games









bicycle racing game








bicycle racing game




The Belgian Hammer: Forging Young Americans into Professional Cyclists






This is the story of what it takes for young Americans to make it in professional cycling. Only thirty-six Americans have competed in the Tour de France since the world’s greatest bicycle race began in 1903. That’s not too many more than the twelve Americans who have walked on the moon. It’s far fewer than the hundreds of Americans who have reached the summit of Mount Everest.
But rising stars such as Lawson Craddock of Texas, Benjamin King of
Virginia, Taylor Phinney of Colorado, Daniel Holloway of California, and Tyler Farrar of Washington state are doing just that as they endure crashes, cold rain, cobblestones, crosswinds, and culture shock on their road to cycling
stardom, which starts in Belgium.

This is the story of the next generation—of riders not yet tainted by drug scandals, of riders still bursting with hope and potential. This is the story American cycling fans need right now.

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“People, get ready for great stories written well. The Belgian Hammer captures cycling culture.”
—Benjamin King, 2010 U.S. Pro Road Racing Champion

“The Belgian Hammer is the unique story of professional cycling that hasn’t yet been told until now. Daniel Lee has revealed the road map for the next generation of Americans hoping to become successful in Europe, where cycling is king.”
—Jim Ochowicz, President/General Manager of the BMC Racing Team.

“All of us who left our tire prints on the European circuits remember how
racing there shaped us forever. With passion, Daniel Lee gives substance and perspective to the experience of young Americans trying to make it in
Europe; and bicycle racing is illuminated by his craft.”
—John Howard, three-time Olympic cyclist, who set a bicycle speed record of 152.2 mph in 1985

“For those who admire images of cyclists flashing with arms spread wide in triumph over the finish line on blue-sky days, Daniel Lee gives us an insightful, forceful, and gritty account of the rigorous?and frequently perilous?route that cyclists take to force their way up the ranks and develop skills to win. A former racer himself, Dan Lee puts his passion for the sport into his newspaper reporter experience and writing talent. In The Belgian Hammer he follows Taylor Phinney, Benjamin King, Daniel Holloway, and other legends in the making on the USA Cycling national team living in Belgium, where the young bloods from around the world go to test themselves against the best of their generation. They compete in tight packs exceeding 150 riders pumping over narrow wind-blown roads slick from rain while threading through the countryside at unrelenting speed. To spectators cycling matches the grace of ballet. Daniel Lee reveals its uncompromising demands and brutality and heroics.”
?Peter Joffre Nye, author of The Six-Day Bicycle Races: America’s Jazz Age Sport and a Trustee of the U.S. Bicycling Hall of Fame

This is the story of what it takes for young Americans to make it in professional cycling. Only thirty-six Americans have competed in the Tour de France since the world’s greatest bicycle race began in 1903. That’s not too many more than the twelve Americans who have walked on the moon. It’s far fewer than the hundreds of Americans who have reached the summit of Mount Everest.
But rising stars such as Lawson Craddock of Texas, Benjamin King of
Virginia, Taylor Phinney of Colorado, Daniel Holloway of California, and Tyler Farrar of Washington state are doing just that as they endure crashes, cold rain, cobblestones, crosswinds, and culture shock on their road to cycling
stardom, which starts in Belgium.

This is the story of the next generation—of riders not yet tainted by drug scandals, of riders still bursting with hope and potential. This is the story American cycling fans need right now.

-------------------

“People, get ready for great stories written well. The Belgian Hammer captures cycling culture.”
—Benjamin King, 2010 U.S. Pro Road Racing Champion

“The Belgian Hammer is the unique story of professional cycling that hasn’t yet been told until now. Daniel Lee has revealed the road map for the next generation of Americans hoping to become successful in Europe, where cycling is king.”
—Jim Ochowicz, President/General Manager of the BMC Racing Team.

“All of us who left our tire prints on the European circuits remember how
racing there shaped us forever. With passion, Daniel Lee gives substance and perspective to the experience of young Americans trying to make it in
Europe; and bicycle racing is illuminated by his craft.”
—John Howard, three-time Olympic cyclist, who set a bicycle speed record of 152.2 mph in 1985

“For those who admire images of cyclists flashing with arms spread wide in triumph over the finish line on blue-sky days, Daniel Lee gives us an insightful, forceful, and gritty account of the rigorous?and frequently perilous?route that cyclists take to force their way up the ranks and develop skills to win. A former racer himself, Dan Lee puts his passion for the sport into his newspaper reporter experience and writing talent. In The Belgian Hammer he follows Taylor Phinney, Benjamin King, Daniel Holloway, and other legends in the making on the USA Cycling national team living in Belgium, where the young bloods from around the world go to test themselves against the best of their generation. They compete in tight packs exceeding 150 riders pumping over narrow wind-blown roads slick from rain while threading through the countryside at unrelenting speed. To spectators cycling matches the grace of ballet. Daniel Lee reveals its uncompromising demands and brutality and heroics.”
?Peter Joffre Nye, author of The Six-Day Bicycle Races: America’s Jazz Age Sport and a Trustee of the U.S. Bicycling Hall of Fame










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