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    "Quod nomen mihi est?" Cranking the glass to capture photographs at bicycle races.

    Kachorek’s Trip Out-of-State Perhaps Not-So-Good

    by  • November 18, 2013 • too random

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    Emily Kachorek left Northern California several weeks ago to improve her ‘cross game against top-notch competition back East. However, there was confusion and uncertainty upon spotting the Ghetomoto racer at Lange Twins, Sacramento Cyclocross Series. NorCal Cycling News is scrambling reporters to get to the bottom of this potential crisis.

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    Brems Shows her Stripes while Finnerty and his Rig Outlasts ‘Em All

    by  • November 3, 2013 • cx, norcal scene, race coverage

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    Stafford Lake Wildcat NorCal Cyclocross Series • 3 November 2013 Karen Brems (Team Rambuski Law) continues to produce wins and made no doubt about today’s race at Stafford Lake; the TRL racer conquered a Murphy-esque course leaving behind the rest of a good Women’s A/Elite/Pro field. Ellen Sherrill (Bicycle Bluebook/HRS/Rock Lobster) secured the second...

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    Kessler Scraps to SacCX Win as Sherrill Trumps the Opposition

    by  • November 2, 2013 • cx, norcal scene, race coverage

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    Lembi Park Sacramento Cyclocross Series • 2 November 2013 Jared Kessler (Folsom Bikes/VW/Raley’s) and Chris McGovern (cycleution) treated spectators to an exciting Men’s A race as the pair battled hard on the course. The spoils went to Kessler after he found his “second wind.” Ellen Sherrill (Bicycle Bluebook/HRS/Rock Lobster) took on a fancied field...

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    Sadoff Reflects

    by  • October 23, 2013 • cx, norcal scene

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    Sadoff Reflects on the Noiles Factor The Kevin Noiles Watch • 23 October 2013 In this continuing series following Kevin Noiles, NorCal Cycling News spoke with the person behind Rock Lobster bikes and the Cyclocross Team: handmade frame-builder Paul Sadoff.   “Kevin Noiles put it out that he had qualified for the Canadian team...

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