Marshawn Lynch came out of retirement to join his hometown team, and he’s having some fun with his hometown fans. The Raiders running back tweeted a picture of himself sitting on a bike on Friday, with the words, “2morrow at Oakland Tech, 1 o’clock.” That was all it took to get hundreds of fans to show up on their bikes at the appointed time and place. The huge group then rode through Oakland, to Berkeley and then back to their starting point.
Evan Huffman emerged from the breakaway for the second time this week to win the final stage of the Tour of California, and George Bennett finished safely in the chasing group to win the overall race. Huffman and Rally Cycling teammate Rob Britton were the main agitators on the fourth stage to Santa Clarita, when they swept the top two spots on the podium. They were at it again Saturday as part of a five-man breakaway that survived to the finish in Pasadena. Huffman was followed by David Lopez Garcia, Nicolas Edet, Lachlan Morton and Britton, while the chasing group that included all the overall contenders finished 22 seconds behind. That allowed Bennett to hold off Rafal Majka and Andrew Talansky
CONCORD, N.C. — NASCAR’s All-Star Race always has its special rules and tonight will be no different. To help you better understand the Monster Energy Open and All-Star Race, here is a handy guide for all the special rules tonight. MONSTER ENERGY OPEN RULE — Race will be run in three stages. — First stage is 20 laps. Second stage is 20 laps. Final stage is 10 laps. — The winner of each stage advances to the All-Star Race. — After each stage, the winner will go through a lug nut check. If the car has three or more unsecured lug nuts, the car will be disqualified and the No. 2 finisher will be awarded the stage win and advance to the All-Star Race (provided it passes the lug nut check) — The winner