“I figure the faster I pedal, the faster I can retire.”
–Seven-time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong, who retired from cycling in 2005 after setting the record for victories in the grand tour. Yesterday VeloNews.com leaked the news announced in a story on Vanity Fair‘s website today that Armstrong, 37, intends to return to professional cycling to seek an eighth yellow jersey. Although Armstrong had professed to be content with his decision and prepared to commit himself to new tasks like raising money for cancer research, it appears that for some people, it doesn’t matter how fast you pedal after all.
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