Lance Armstrong

Roger Rilling on Lance Armstrong: There are no pro-cycling superheroes, and the wounds created by pretending there were need to heal.

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Racing Through The Dark: Prologue

Racing Through The Dark David Millar

“And then, my guts in sudden free fall, I recognize where I am, the bare walls, the rough blanket, the hanging lightbulb. I am in a French police  cell, below  Biarritz town hall, in an empty basement.” — David Millar

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2 Great Things About The 2012 Tour

Dan Francis

Roger Rilling was inspired by just two things in the 2012 Tour de France. But boy, were they inspiring.

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Want to Climb Like a Pro?


As the Tour de France comes out of the mountains, Roger Rilling offers his professional advice on bicycling up slopes most people would be afraid of.

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Janitors And Guys Who Say, “Shut Up Legs”: My Unlikely Heroes.

Shut up legs

When it comes to heroes, bicycle racer and trainer Roger Rilling is an underdog kind of guy. What about you?

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Six Things Every Man Should Know About the Tour

tour de france

Roger Rilling on the myths and realities that are the Tour de France.

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The Art of the Sag


Roger Rilling talks strategy for bicycle racers who want to tackle “the climb” more effectively.

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8 Training Mistakes to Avoid


Roger Rilling, professional sports trainer, shares some common training mistakes and how to avoid them.

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