Tuesday Nov 26
The Globe and Mail
The customer is always right
Recon Instruments started with ski and snowboard goggles that had an LCD screen inside the eye wear to lay out data such as temperature, speed and GPS co-ordinates.
From the Pages of Velo: In the shadows of champions
Andrew Bajadali finished second to George Hincapie in the road race at the 2009 U.S. national championships.
5 Things You Need To Know In The South Right Now
Every Monday we bring you the SL Hot List, a round up of the five latest and greatest things to hit the South.
The Greenville News
Recreation breeding entrepreneurial opportunities in Greenville
Retired professional cyclist George Hincapie put Greenville on the map for Jim Cunningham.
The Austin Chronicle
The Anatomy of a Lie
Alex Gibney had an entire documentary about the great Lance Armstrong comeback tour of 2009 readied for release when news broke that the U.S. Attorney's Office would launch a federal criminal investigation into whether the seven-time Tour de France winner had ever competed under the influence of performance-enhancing drugs.
Cavendish against a Truth and Reconciliation commission
Mark Cavendish has said that he is against a Truth & Reconciliation process, suggesting that people's egos and riders' fear of losing the public identity built on the back of their successful careers will undermine a process in which people confess their sins in return for clemency.