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    More Chico Stage Racing

    by  • April 14, 2013 • race coverage

    By Heather Nielson / Alex Chiu Ed. Note – We should have a full report tomorrow but here is a quick hit from the weekends stage racing. Women’s Pro 1/2 TT – As suspected, Molly Van Houweling (Metromint)  won the womens TT with Juliette Olsen (Pinnacle), and Jane Despas, who is now racing solo,...

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    Chico SR Update

    by  • April 13, 2013 • race coverage

    By Heather Nielson  Note: I really wish more people would do this stage race and im looking forward to its’ continued growth as i feel its run well and the scenery is really beautiful and and the roads are safe with very little traffic. Final results will be posted tonight and I had no...

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    Northern California Cycling and Bike Tours

    by  • March 21, 2013 • norcal scene, too random

    Northern California is filled with beautiful scenic locations that are most appreciated when travelling through nature. Cycling combines the fitness and thrill of sport, with the beauty of nature and sightseeing. California’s rich landscape makes it a perfect place for cycling to enjoy beautiful and diverse locations including ocean, deserts, mountains and cities. Northern...

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    The Classic That Never Was: Haywards Road

    by  • November 7, 2012 • norcal scene, too random

    By Chris H-D Ed Note: Chris contacted us with an ambitious ideo to chronicle and revive some of the strong rich cycling history that oozes out of NorCal.  Books like “Hearts of Lions” explore some of the recent past but Chris is looking back even further at the elemental roots of cycling which played...

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    NorCal’s Forgotten Cycling Past

    by  • October 25, 2012 • norcal scene

    By Chris H-D Ed Note: Chris contacted us with an ambitious ideo to chronicle and revive some of the strong rich cycling history that oozes out of NorCal.  Books like “Hearts of Lions” explore some of the recent past but Chris is looking back even further at the elemental roots of cycling which played...

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    How Ice Hockeys “Code” Can Save Cycling from Dopers

    by  • July 19, 2012 • euroNews, too random

    Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the author and do not  necessarily reflect the official policy or position of NorCal Cycling News or it’s writing and editorial contributors.  That said… i did love it when the climbers were having a go at each other several years ago with their...

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    #racesrt: Two Roads To The Break

    by  • July 9, 2012 • Crit

    By: Heather Nielson Project sport certainly knows how to put on a bike race.  It’s not just a sporting event, it’s a celebration of athleticism of military proportions.  Ok I might be exaggerating just a bit but seriously, is there any other promoter in Northern California who compares?  Personally, I wish they’d put on...

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    Jazzy Hurikino: The Kitten Who is the Queen of Cats

    by  • June 1, 2012 • too random

    By Bec “Wombat” Werner Short of the strong Aussie accent and overuse of word such as ‘toppie’ and ‘stoked’, you could be forgiven for thinking that young Vanderkitten rider Jazzy Hurikino was a NorCal local. Now in her third summer in the Bay Area, and seond season with the Vanderkitten/Focus team, Jazzy is off...

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