By Gino Bona and Eric Kielb
Special to Page 2

Lance Armstrong
Stu, one of the Page 2 Crue roadies, cheers Lance on singing the band's latest hit.

It's July. It's France. That only means one thing -- Le Tour de France.

This year, it's a little more special than usual. Not only is Lance Armstrong looking to add to his six consecutive wins, but it's allegedly his last tour as well.

But as we've seen, Lance never wins alone. He has his Discovery Channel teammates, the disturbing support of Robin Williams in bike shorts and of course, and most importantly, Sheryl Crow.

OK, let's pretend we didn't just give you that Mork visual. Bristol Bob and the Page 2 Crue would like to forget it, anyway. Their muse is Sheryl, as they pay homage to America's newest soon-to-be retiree.

Once again, Page 2 is proud to present Bristol Bob and the Page 2 Crue with "ARE YOU STRONG ENOUGH TO BEAT MY LANCE?"

Go ahead. Click. Watch. Listen. Sing along … if you dare.

LYRICS FOR "ARE YOU STRONG ENOUGH TO BEAT MY LANCE?"
Gotta climb that hill today.
I'm sure he'll drop you on the way.
You'll wish your bike had a kickstand.
Are you strong enough to beat my Lance?

He'll make you feel like you're too slow.
And he don't need no EPO.
Try to ban him if you can.
Are you strong enough to beat my Lance?

C'est la vie.
Number seven, I believe.
C'est la vie.
You can test his pee.

At the finish line try not to stare.
As he throws punches in the air.
You're broken down and you can't stand.
Are you strong enough to beat my Lance?

C'est la vie.
Number seven, I believe.
C'est la vie.
You can test his pee.

Missed the other Bristol Bob and the Page 2 Crue hits? What is wrong with you?
"Eye of the Tiger"
"Times Like These"
"Hey, Shaq!"
"My Sharapova"
"In Da Book"
"It's the End of Baseball As We Know It"
"Shaq and Kobe's Christmas Song"
"BALCO"
"Franchise of Broken Dreams"

Bristol Bob is strong enough to perform an encore at every single concert. That is, he'd perform encores if his audiences ever wanted him to. E-mail him at bristolbob@gmail.com.




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BRISTOL BOB