• About Hellyer

    Former NorCal resident now residing in Madison,Wisconsin. I race cross, but I'm named after a velodrome. Support your local bike shop, NorCal race promoters, and go learn to race on a track. Hellyer Velodrome - http://www.ridethetrack.com

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    Sunday Update – F-Yeah Edition

    by  • April 3, 2011 • norcal scene, race coverage • 10 Comments

    Copper Town Circuit Race The story here is a three man break powered by Webcor riders Joel Robertson and Billy Crane powered their way to the finish for a 1-2 finish.  One might say… finally Webcor has two riders in a break and wins… but they almost didn’t.  Billy Crane, who flashed some brilliance...

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    NorCal Rider Sanctioned By USADA

    by  • April 1, 2011 • norcal scene • 11 Comments

    A story broke early this afternoon on AP that local masters rider, and writer, Andrew Tilin was handed a two year doping suspension by the USADA.  A more comprehensive story was written later that evening by VeloNation which picked up the story around 7 pm PST.  Tilin, a writer, has written a book to be...

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    Red Rooster – Cal Giant Pro Team?

    by  • April 1, 2011 • too random • 1 Comment

    The latest Aussie cycling venture to enter the race to be the first Aussie ProTour team, being headed up by the Red Rooster CEO, Darren Stanbridge, has made overtures to the Cal-Giant program to become their US flank.  “Cal-Giant has created a program that represents everything we believe in,” said Stanbridge “They espouse a healthy...

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    NCNCA to Secede from USA Cycling

    by  • April 1, 2011 • norcal scene, too random • 10 Comments

    In a surprise move NCNCA President, Bill Nicely, announced NCNCA’s secession from USA Cycling effective immediately.  Citing internal political pressure and a desire to destroy OBRA Nicely sent the following statement to his executive team. “Effective immediately, NCNCA is no longer affiliated with USA Cycling.  Officials and promoters commitments will still be honored but...

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