The Outer Line: Lance Armstrong Says It’S “Time For The Riders To Seize Power”

Marc Madiot

At a time when all the key stakeholders desperately want to see cycling restart, the chances of disrupting or overhauling the legacy constraints of the sport – and enriching its future – may well be greater right now than ever before. Read the full article at The Outer Line: Lance Armstrong says it’s “time for the riders to seize power” on VeloNews.com .

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