The uptick in serious bike injuries occurred for both male and female cyclists, although more men get in accidents each year. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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As More Adults Pedal, Their Biking Injuries And Deaths Spike, Too
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The head of the World Anti-Doping Agency calls Lance Armstrong's lifetime ban "done and dusted." Armstrong is seen here riding in an event in Iowa this year. Matthew Stockman/Getty Images hide caption

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The incoming president of the International Cycling Union, Brian Cookson (right), shakes hands earlier this month with Pat McQuaid, the incumbent he defeated. Fabrice Coffrini/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Lance Armstrong in 2009, wearing some of Nike's Livestrong apparel. Nike will stop manufacturing that line after the 2013 holiday season. And it is ending its support of the Livestrong charity. Nicolas Bouvy /EPA /LANDOV hide caption

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In a lawsuit filed against Lance Armstrong on Tuesday, the Justice Department said the disgraced Tour de France winner "unjustly enriched" himself through his contract with the U.S. Postal Service. Reed Saxon/AP hide caption

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Lance Armstrong warms up for the swimming leg of the 2011 Xterra World Championship triathlon in Kapalua, Hawaii (before he was banned from most competitions). This weekend, he'll swim in a Texas meet for masters swimmers. Hugh Gentry /Reuters /Landov hide caption

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Lance Armstrong, during the interview with Oprah Winfrey that was recorded Monday and began airing Thursday night. George Burns/Oprah Winfrey Network/Getty Images hide caption

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Lance Armstrong, during the interview with Oprah Winfrey that was recorded Monday and began airing Thursday night. George Burns/Oprah Winfrey Network/Getty Images hide caption

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Livestrong 'Disappointed' By Lance Armstrong, But Still Grateful To Him
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Oprah Winfrey talks to cyclist Lance Armstrong in Austin, Texas, on Monday. The first part of the interview airs Thursday night. George Burns/Courtesy of Harpo/AP hide caption

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