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Carney's Plan B: The Jame Carney diary 2006

Welcome to the Jame Carney diary for 2006. One of the US' longest-serving domestic pro riders, Carney is a track endurance specialist and coach of several other American track specialists. He has ridden for the Shaklee, Prime Alliance and Northwestern Mortgage teams, and this year he is acting like LL Cool J and asking you not to call it a comeback. Hes been here for decades. In 2005, he herniated two discs in his back and screwed up both his knees but swears to LBJ that things are all good and he is ready to battle on. Follow Jame's lively accounts of his adventures as he races/coaches/manages all over the world and possibly in a neighborhood near you, exclusively on Cyclingnews.com.
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Latest entry: April 13: Introducing Plan B

2006 entries

2005 entries

2004 entries

  • November 5-7: Winning werds from the Moss-Cow World Cup
  • July 31: Rated R - Alpenrose Challenge, Alpenrose Dairy, Portland, OR
  • July 9: Madison Cup Action (MCA, one of the Beastie Boyz)
  • April 30-May 2: The Land of Strip Malls - World Cup Qualifier, Frisco Superdrome, Frisco, TX
  • April 9-11: Average - Track World Cup Round 3, Manchester Velodrome, UK
  • April 3: Host Housing with Kitty Madness - World Cup qualifier prologue
  • March 26-28: Three days of Dealing - World Cup Qualifier, Alkek Velodrome, Houston, TX
  • March 31: The long-awaited Mexico World Cup SNAFUs diary
  • February 28: "Are we in Florida or in Canada?" And "The mockery of the sport"
  • February 27: Last chance for a fantasy
  • February 26: The moment of truth