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Show #179 – Mad As Hell

May 31st, 2011 | By
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Episode 179
Mad as Hell
May 30, 2011

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In this week’s news, Tyler Hamilton tells 60 Minutes he saw Lance Armstrong use EPO, Alberto Contador’s CAS hearing postponed until after the Tour de France, Wouter Weylandt dies during Stage 3 of Giro d’Italia, Xavier Tondo dies in bizarre home accident, Canadian radio hosts start ‘Eff Cyclists” campaign, Race Face is back in business, Sram acquires Quarq, and more! Plus Travels with Fred in Los Angeles!


The FredCast Cycling Podcast
Episode 179
May 30, 2011
Mad as Hell . . .
SPONSORS
PRO CYCLING NEWS
Doping News
V Tyler Hamilton Tells 60 Minutes He Saw Lance Armstrong Use EPO
* Tyler Audio from 60 Minutes
* Gave Back His 2004 Gold Medal
* Alleges Cover Up with UCI and WADA Over Positive Doping Test
V George Hincapie Rumored To Have Told Grand About Doping
V Armstrong Hires New Defense Attorneys
* Marion Jones Never Tested Positive Either
* UCI Categorically Rejects Hamilton’s Claims
* Listener Comments
Contador Hearing Postponed Until After Tour de France
* ASO Can Exclude Him if They Like
Rider News
V Wouter Weylandt Dies on Stage 3
* Leopard-Trek Leaves the Giro After Stage 4
* Xavier Tondo Dies in Garage Accident
Racing News
V Results
V Chris Horner wins 2011 Amgen Tour of California
* Stage 1 Cancelled Due to Snow
V Alberto Contador Wins 2011 Giro d’Italia
* Oops! Wrong National Anthem!
* Dave Zabriskie Wins Time Trial
* Matthew Busche Wins Road Race
* Ned Overend Wins 2011 Iron Horse Classic
* UCI World Tour Rankings (as of 30 May 2011)
V Next World Tour Races
* Dauphine Libere – June 5 – 12
* Tour de Suisse – June 11 – 19
* Tour de France – July 2 – 24
* Other Race News
GENERAL NEWS
Canadian Radio Hosts Start “Eff Cyclists” Campaign
* We Can All Drive Change
* Thanks to Keith from Cadence Revolution
Physician Credited With Saving Bicyclist at Annual Bike The Drive in Chicago
Race Face is Back in Business!
SRAM Acquires Quarq
New Web Site Lists Charity Rides in Your Area
Death of Ian Jackson, founder of Breathplay
* via Georgena Terry, President & Founder of Terry Bicycles
PowerProfiles for all DVDs Now Available!
FEATURES
The Spokesmen via Blackberry Podcast Module?
Travels with Fred – Los Angeles Area
V Routes
V Shops
SPONSORS
CONTACT US
Audio Comments:
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  1. Great podcast. Just one comment, a tangent – no real car racing fans watch car racing to see accidents either. Whoever says they do aren’t real racing fans. I’ve been an F1 fan for years, and while spectacular crashes can be entertaining once it’s ascertained that no one is hurt, I never want then, I never watch to see them, and I don’t think any real fans do either.

    But you’re right that it’s harder to accept in cycling where the risks are seemingly less likely to lead to death on a bike ride, even a race. But then again, race cars shield and protect the driver, and take the impact and absorb the shock for them. Bikers have themselves, their helmets, and the pavement, nothing else. Bike helmets can only do so much when the speeds are high enough and the impacts are great enough.

  2. I loved your review of your LA rides. As a youth living in Redondo Beach, I received 2 tickets for not walking my walk bike on the Redondo Beach Pier.

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