What's the deal with nonhuman blogs on news sites? It's starting to look like this is becoming a new trend.
Now Lance Armstrong's bike (yes, you read that correctly, his BIKE) has a Weblog on statesman.com, the Web site of The Austin American-Statesman.
"The talk among the bikes in the peloton today was a rumor that the Tour might start random air testing for bike tires. Iím not sure what this means, but I donít like the sound of it. My inner tube is holding its breath."
Discussion6 comments about 'Lance Armstrong's bike's blog'
Now that Lance won his 6th Tour de France, he should abandon Bush's praises and support Kerry.
Posted by d. morales at July 25, 2004 9:09 AM
I believe you can make it 7 even though they change the way of the race with more flats and less mountians.
Posted by Ari Levy at November 16, 2004 7:34 PM
Lance, I absolutely, full heartedly love what you are doing for people that have caner and I really hope you find a cure that will help those that have and those that will have testicular cancer. My grandmother died when my DAD was only 9 and my Great-Grandmother both died from cancer. When I see people wearing these bracelets I say to them "Thats awesome what Lance is Doing isn't it"? You are doing great with your riding and I think that retiring will give you more time with your kids and with your cancer foundation. As I said in another E-Mail that I sent to you, You are my role model and I am only 12 so you know you are doing great when even younger kids are saying "You are my role model". Thank You Lance
Posted by Jake at April 18, 2005 5:53 PM
My 29 year old brother was diagnosed with testicular cancer and just got done with his chemo. My brother, Aaron, mother, and father all read your book and I just finished it. I think the way you described life, cancer, and your NEW life is amazing and inspiring. If you could do what you did, my brother will fly through. I'm proud of you...you define positivity. Your mother inspires me so much, I looked foward to the bits of her in the book. I too, am a single mother. She inspired me more than you would ever know!
We just had the Tour Missouri here...I was hoping you would be here....I would love to just shake your hand and tell you "Thank You" for giving my family hope when it seemed to be so lost....you are inspiring...thank you so much.
Posted by Paige at September 11, 2007 11:35 PM
I am Turkish people and my english is not very good and I'm 17 years old. I am reading your book 'every second counts' and I think some think abaut the future, healty and lesson. Yes lessson because yorur succesfully story is effected me. When I don't want to study I read your book and I starting study.Thank you very much for writing the book 'every second counts'.And I would like to meet with you please give me an advice how I meet or speak or writing to you???
Posted by Gokce at March 19, 2008 11:03 AM
I am a fan of yours. I have read your book Every Second Counts, I wear yellow, and I SPREAD THE WORD whereever I go.
U ROCK ON.
Posted by Scott Rowe at April 7, 2009 8:13 AM
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