Lance Armstrong's teammates would ride through fire for him, not because of money or the jerseys on their backs, but because he's mastered the art of effective leadership.
Elite cyclists are so well-conditioned that some of them can actually adapt during the race itself.
Asking Lance Armstrong to hold himself back is like asking a bull not to charge at a red cape.
For Lance Armstrong to win this year's Tour, he needs to attack Jan Ullrich in the Pyrenees.
The quality and amount of sleep Lance Armstrong gets, and what he does before getting in bed, are the keys to winning, his coach says.
Lance Armstrong's coach, Chris Carmichael, talks about training for a fifth straight title.