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    CXLA NorCal Style

    by  • December 5, 2013 • cx

    (Kachork on the front line; photo credit Jeff Namba)

    Author: Audrey Biehle Outside-Riding and thriving in Northern California. I started cycling in 2011 after my first ‘cross race at Lembi Park, in Folsom and never looked back. Currently racing for TBBCX/GHETO and loving every minute of it. My website is outsidecycling.wordpress.com  NorCal Represents at UCI CXLA Cross After Dark The day after Thanksgiving,...

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    BarFly for iPhone 5

    by  • December 3, 2013 • review

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    By Matt Beebe Author: Matt Beebe is a former IDEO designer and has been working with mobile devices for several years. Before becoming an insanely proud father, Matt was an avid racer, and specialized in time trials. These days Matt races cyclocross and is a founding team member of several start ups. I was...

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    Coaches Corner: Designing the Perfect Training Plan

    by  • November 26, 2013 • trainin and tactics

    About Coach Nate Dunn: Nate Dunn has always been passionate about understanding human performance.  What started as a fascination with heart rate monitors in high school led to the completion of his Masters Degree in Kinesiology/Exercise Science from CSUS and the founding of his cycling coaching business Data Driven Athlete.  He can typically be found...

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    Coaches Corner: Planning Your Way Out of The Hole

    by  • October 11, 2013 • trainin and tactics

    About Coach Nate Dunn: Nate Dunn has always been passionate about understanding human performance.  What started as a fascination with heart rate monitors in high school led to the completion of his Masters Degree in Kinesiology/Exercise Science from CSUS and the founding of his cycling coaching business Data Driven Athlete.  He can typically be found...

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    Coaches Corner: Over It? Maybe You Should Skip CX!

    by  • September 10, 2013 • trainin and tactics

    Overtraining, Overreaching, and Planning for Next Season About Coach Nate Dunn: Nate Dunn has always been passionate about understanding human performance.  What started as a fascination with heart rate monitors in high school led to the completion of his Masters Degree in Kinesiology/Exercise Science from CSUS and the founding of his cycling coaching business Data...

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    Coaches Corner: The Tour, Alpe d’Huez, and Getting Faster With Strava

    by  • July 10, 2013 • tech, trainin and tactics

    About Coach Nate Dunn: Nate Dunn has always been passionate about understanding human performance.  What started as a fascination with heart rate monitors in high school led to the completion of his Masters Degree in Kinesiology/Exercise Science from CSUS and the founding of his cycling coaching business Data Driven Athlete.  He can typically be found...

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    Coaches Corner: Lactate Threshold – Science and Data Wonkery

    by  • June 6, 2013 • tech

    About Coach Nate Dunn: Nate Dunn has always been passionate about understanding human performance.  What started as a fascination with heart rate monitors in high school led to the completion of his Masters Degree in Kinesiology/Exercise Science from CSUS and the founding of his cycling coaching business Data Driven Athlete.  He can typically be found...

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    VP/Kali Enduro at The Dirt Club – California Enduro Grows

    by  • April 29, 2013 • too random

    Ed. Note: I received a great contribution from Andrew Juiliano this weekend.  Juiliano is a mountain biker by trade and he ventured into SoCal for some racing.  Hopefully he’ll contribute a few more articles on some of the NorCal events on the calendar.  Story by: Andrew Juiliano Photos by: Daniel Dunn and Max Houtzager...

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