Armstrong spurs growth of cycling in U.S.
Without fail, it happens daily at this time of year. Someone, typically middle-aged and at least a wee bit out of shape, ambles into Lance Armstrong's favorite bike shop and professes to be "just looking."
And a few minutes later, that person wheels away a bicycle -- the first one he's owned in, perhaps, decades.
There's no simpler example of the legacy Armstrong has created --
and left behind Sunday, when he took his last victory laps along
the Champs-Elysees in Paris, where ...
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