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Ride or run the 2015 UCI Road World Championships course

“Imagine getting the chance to play Augusta the day before The Masters or Centre Court during Wimbledon’s fortnight,” said Tim Miller, chief operating officer of Richmond 2015.


Recap: VCU uses Colonial-crushing defense to win 12th straight

After three close games on the road, #14 Virginia Commonwealth University used Colonial-crushing defense to blow-out George Washington 72-48 Tuesday night in the Stuart C. Siegel Center.


VCU Quidditch Team seeks the golden snitch and a few bucks

Brooms up in South Carolina is the goal.


Flying Squirrels announce promotional and fireworks schedule

Tribute to the Golden Girls and a Star Wars Night in the same summer.


What to expect: VCU vs. George Washington

#14 Virginia Commonwealth University looks to win its 12th-straight game when the Rams return home on Tuesday to host George Washington.


Recap: Treveon Graham propels VCU to 11th straight victory

Treveon Graham. When it matters. Every time.


VCU to retire Bradford Burgess’s jersey

When Burgess returns to the Siegel Center to have his legacy solidified in the rafters of the house that he decorated, he will be remembered as a foundation, a pioneer, and “Big Shot Brad.”


What to expect: VCU visits unrecognizable Billikens

#16 Virginia Commonwealth University visits the unrecognizable Saint Louis Billikens on Friday. 


Panel OKs law to protect bicyclists from tailgaters

The House Transportation Committee approved a bill Tuesday to make it illegal for the operator of a motor vehicle to follow a bicycle or moped too closely.


Buy the Kickers’ sleeper bus and road trip with 26 friends

I also see possible conversion into ultimate zombie apocalypse survival vehicle.