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    Geeky Gadget: Fan Connect!

    by  • January 15, 2013 • tech, too random

    What the heck is this gadget called Fan Connect? Fan Connect is an innovative Android/iPhone App with Google Maps integration, connects spectators and fans with athletes in real-time on race courses. Fan Connect benefits marathoners and cyclists who have their phone with them during events by providing immediate feedback to their loved ones and...

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    NCCN Women’s Peloton Weekly Jan 14

    by  • January 14, 2013 • too random, womyn on weels

    Cyclocross season is coming to a close (but not quite yet!) and we just witnessed an awesome Elite Men and Women’s USA National Championship racing live from USA Cycling on Sunday!  It was muddy, icy, cold and full of high caliber racers.  Katie Compton as usual proved to be the best of the best,...

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    NCCN Women’s Peloton Podcast Weekly

    by  • January 7, 2013 • too random, womyn on weels

    Are you ready for the 2013 season? We are now in 2013 and it’s always a great new beginning for racing season!  We are happy to announce the continuation of NCCN Women’s Peloton Series and on top of inspiring interviews from women cyclists we will be meeting local NorCal coaches as well.  This will...

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    UCI Approves Equal Prize Money for Men and Women

    by  • December 21, 2012 • too random, womyn on weels

    Press release: UCI Management Committee approves equal prize money for men and women 21.12.2012 The UCI Management Committee this week approved a proposal for equal prize money for men and women at all UCI World Championships.   Coming into effect from January 2013, this decision applies to all of cycling’s disciplines, with the exception...

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    Women’s Professional Cycling Movement

    by  • November 30, 2012 • opinionate, too random, womyn on weels

    Making a mark in history requires a catalyst.  It requires a pivotal moment where there is an interruption of the norm. I think of it as  a”shuffling of the feathers.”  You could feel the changes in women’s cycling  this year at the Olympics.   The perception of women’s professional cycling shifted  from  being seen as a...

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