• Nike 10//2 Elite S/S Jersey Women's (M)

    Dri-Fit fabric that wicks perspiration to keep you dry and comfortable. The 10/2 jersey commemorates the day Lance Armstrong was diagnosed with cancer. (10-2-1996) Women's short sleeve cycling jersey Color: Olive with white and yellow highlights. Reflective strip on back pockets 3 open rear pockets 1 zippered rear pocket 3/4 zipper front Crown design on left side Mesh drop on back for extra ventilation Waist grippers so jersey does not move up

    • Color: green
    • Brand: NIKE
    • ASIN: B00KI28U1Q
    • UPC: 745889422504

  • Greg LeMond: Yellow Jersey Racer

    Greg LeMond is America’s only recognized Tour de France winner, yet his three Tour victories tell only part of his story. LeMond changed cycling more than any other rider in the history of the sport.LeMond was a talented all-rounder, with a reputation as one of the canniest racers of his generation. As adept at racing on the cobbles of the spring classics as he was on the mountains of the grand tours, LeMond rode a full racing season from spring to autumn. His never-say-die spirit also bagged him two World Championship titles and a hatful of podiums at the world’s toughest bike races.He was admired by his peers and respected by his rivals. Yet Greg LeMond’s influence on cycling extended off the bike as well. He was the first cyclist to command a $1 million salary, raising the stakes for all other teams and riders and pushing the Tour organization to reach more spectators through expanded TV coverage. LeMond was the first cyclist to focus almost exclusively on winning the Tour de France and the World Championship, knowing they were most valuable to his fans and sponsors. His superstar talent and charisma broke cycling into the mainstream media with multiple turns as Sports Illustrated Athlete of the Year. Greg LeMond raised cycling from its provincial roots into a profession...

    • Brand: VeloPress
    • ASIN: 193771568X

  • ArtEdge Cyclists Including Lance Armstrong Yellow Jersey Alberto Contador in the Tour De France 2009 Christian Kober, Black Framed Wall Art Print, 24x32 in

    From prints to exclusive works, the perfect frame can elevate any piece and any space. Choose from a variety of colors and sizes with art edge's selection of frames. Using the finest materials, our framing craftsmen will create your piece from scratch once you've placed your order. Arrives ready to hang with all necessary hardware. Handcrafted in the USA.

    • Color: -
    • Brand: ArtEdge
    • ASIN: B07GC1CBG1

  • Indurain

    Miguel Indurain is Spain’s greatest cyclist of all time and one of the best Tour racers in history. He is the only bike rider to have won five successive Tours de France, as well as holding the title for the youngest ever race leader in the Tour of Spain. This is his story. As the all-conquering hero of the 90s, Indurain steadfastly refused to be overwhelmed by fame; remaining humble, shy and true to his country roots. Along with his superhuman calmness, iron will-power and superb bike handling skills, he was often described as a machine. Yet 1996 saw Indurain, the Tour’s greatest ever champion, spectacularly plummet, bringing his career and supremacy to an abrupt end.In Indurain, Alasdair Fotheringham gets to the heart of this enigmatic character, reliving his historic accomplishments in vibrant colour, and exploring how this shaped the direction taken by generations of Spanish racers - raising Spanish sport to a whole new level.

    • ASIN: B01LRIQ5WK

  • Every Second Counts

    In 1999, Lance Armstrong made world headlines with the most stunning comeback in the history of sport after battling against life-threatening testicular cancer just eighteen months before returning to professional cycling. His first book, It's Not About the Bike, charted his journey back to life and went on to become an international bestseller. Now, in his much-anticipated follow-up, Armstrong shares more details of his extraordinary life story, including the births of his twin daughters Grace and Isabel. Never shy of controversy, Armstrong offers, with typical frankness, his thoughts on training, competing, winning and failure. He also tells of the work he did for the foundation he created following his dramatic recovery, addresses the daunting challenge of living in the aftermath of cancer and treatment, and shares further inspirational tales of survival. A fresh outlook on the spirit of survivors everywhere, Every Second Counts is an account of a man who strives every day to meet life's challenges - whether on his bike or off. Every Second Counts was first published in October 2003. In an interview with Oprah Winfrey in January 2013, Lance Armstrong admitted to having taken performance enhancing drugs in all seven of the Tours de France in which he competed between 1999 and 2...

    • ASIN: 0224064738

  • {Import - UK} {Pal REG 0} Lance Armstrong The Man Behind the Legend

    Pal region 0 DVD (plays on all computer dvd players check your dvd player and tv for compatability) -Just five years after he took up competitive cycling, he was world champion. Three years later, he was fighting for his life. Lance Armstrong became famous as an American athlete in a sport dominated by Europeans. But it was his highly publicised battle with cancer that made him a hero. 'Biography' follows the brash Texan from his angry childhood to his record-breaking sixth consecutive Tour de France victory in 2004, victories that were shared with cancer victims and survivors worldwide. In probing interviews, Lance talks about how he fought the disease, while his mother, friends, teammates and rivals offer intimate insights into his personality, both on the race course and off it. Interspersed with footage of his greatest victories, this is a moving portrait of an athlete who has fought back from the brink to transcend his sport.

    • Brand: Green Umbrella
    • ASIN: B000GZA842
    • UPC: 661526171799

  • BH Cool Designs #Lance - Mens Graphic Tee, Yellow, XXX-Large

    Whether it's the first one out of the drawer or first off of the floor this double stitched graphic mens short sleeve t shirt is casual and trendy. It won't judge you if you turn it inside out and wear it again the next day. A perfect gift for any occasion or just to let others know what's trending and easier than that load of laundry you should probably do.

    • Color: Yellow
    • Brand: BH Cool Designs
    • ASIN: B07DZHC8QD

  • ArtEdge Cyclists Including Lance Armstrong Yellow Jersey Alberto Contador in the Tour De France 2009 Christian Kober, Brown Framed Matted Wall Art Print, 9x12 in

    From prints to exclusive works, the perfect frame can elevate any piece and any space. Choose from a variety of colors and sizes with ArtEdge's selection of frames. Using the finest materials, our framing craftsmen will create your piece from scratch once you've placed your order. Arrives ready to hang with all necessary hardware. Handcrafted in the USA.

    • Color: -
    • Brand: ArtEdge
    • ASIN: B07GBX5B2S

  • Alpe d'Huez: The Story of Pro Cycling's Greatest Climb

    A tale of man and machine battling against breath-taking terrain for the ultimate prize, this is the story of the Alpe d'Huez. Known as the Tour de France’s ‘Hollywood climb', veteran cycling journalist Peter Cossins reveals the triumphs, passion and despair behind the great exploits on this Alpe and discloses the untold details that have led to the mountain becoming as important to the Tour as the race is to resort at its summit. The Alpe d’Huez has played a starring role in cycling’s history since its first encounter with the sport back in 1952 when the legendary Fausto Coppi triumphed on the summit. Re-introduced to the Tour in 1976, Alpe d’Huez has risen to mythical status, thanks initially to a string of victories by riders from Holland, whose exploits attracted tens of thousands of their compatriots to the climb - which has become known as ‘Dutch mountain’. A snaking 13.8-kilometre ascent rising up through 21 numbered hairpins at an average gradient of 7.8%, Alpe d’Huez is the climb on which every great rider wants to win. Many of the sport’s most famous and now even infamous names have won on the Alpe, including Bernard Hinault, Joop Zoetemelk, Lucho Herrera, Marco Pantani and Lance Armstrong. As well as days of brilliance, there have been controversies ...

    • Brand: AURUM PRESS
    • ASIN: 1781314497