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Leipheimer Takes Early Lead In Tour  The 2007 Amgen Tour of California kicked off with a 1.9-mile prologue through the streets of San Francisco Tour Of California Bike Race Begins
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Critical Mass With Extra Security
First Finished Bike Lane Since Ruling  SF is set to unveil the first set of 20 planned bike lanes completed since a judge lifted an injunction that had long kept the city's bike plan on hold. 15th Birthday Of Critical Mass  The crowd of bicycle riders was so large that it took everyone 15 minutes just to get out of Justin Herman Plaza 2,000 Athletes Compete in Triathlon

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  The competition included a 1.5 mile swim from Alcatraz, 18-mile bike ride through the Presidio and 8 mile run through Golden Gate Park
  About a thousand bicyclists fanning out at Justin Herman Plaza at the foot of Market Street. At least 40 police officers shadowed the riders
 There was a little trouble with cyclists stopping traffic at least 3 times in the Panhandle and the Haight, but no major problems


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  Santa Rosa resident Levi Leipheimer raced to victory, posting the fastest time in the San Francisco prologue

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Sep.14 Horner wins T-Mobile men's bike race
  American was the winner of T-Mobile International race while Cooke was the winner of the women's race
Mar.29 2,000 bicyclists took part in Critical Mass
  A group ''Bikes Not Bombs' joined in the ride to protest the war on Iraq

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Sep.27 10th anniversary of Critical Mass
  Bicyclists, stilt-walkers, and roller-skaters filled the streets in celebration of the city's first Car-Free Day

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Sep.9 Cycling Grand Prix
  U.S. Postal Service team rider Hincapie won the 125-mile race. Lance Armstrong dropped out after helping teammate

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