• About Cranking Glass

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

    Team Rambuski Law Announces Team Roster

    by  • September 28, 2013 • cx, norcal scene, Press Release, teams

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE TEAM RAMBUSKI LAW ANNOUNCES TEAM ROSTER AND PLANS FOR 2013-2014 SEASON September 28, 2013 San Luis Obispo based Team Rambuski Law is back for its fifth season of cyclocross thanks to the generous support of Haven Properties, an international luxury real estate firm, Commerce Mortgage, and Artscyclery.com. The team has already...

    Read more →

    Noiles Hanging Tough

    by  • September 27, 2013 • cx, norcal scene

    Noiles Hanging Tough – The Kevin Noiles Watch, Part 2 27 September 2013 NorCal Cycling News is continuing to follow cyclocross racer and Canadian Kevin Noiles as he attempts to reach Hoogerheide. One of Northern California’s favourite frame-builders, Paul Sadoff, could see Noiles race his Rock Lobster bike at the 2014 UCI Cyclo Cross...

    Read more →

    Berries for All at CCCX

    by  • September 14, 2013 • cx, norcal scene, race coverage

    Meredith Miller

    CCCX Cyclocross, Fort Ord 14-15 September 2013 Berries for All Keith DeFiebre and CCCX opened its seventeenth ‘cross season with a double-header weekend. One course, two days, reverse directions. Both days saw California Giant/Specialized take wins in the Elite races. DeFiebre also finished in the payout positions on Saturday’s Masters 45+ race, his first...

    Read more →

    NorCal Bicycle Racing Photography Contest

    by  • September 7, 2013 • norcal scene, Press Release

    7 September 2013 At last year’s NCNCA Banquet, Mary Maroon presented an award to Alex Chiu as the best local bicycle-racing photographer. This year Mary has acquired a sponsor and made the competition even better. Here is the press release: For Immediate Release: The 2013 Smug Mug NCNCA Photography Event Begins Now! Professional and...

    Read more →

    The Kevin Noiles Watch

    by  • September 5, 2013 • cx, interviews, norcal scene

    6 September 2013 This past Sunday, the Vancouver Cross Coalition held Alder Acres, the longest running cyclocross race in British Columbia. Canadian Kevin Noiles, despite a spill late in the race, finished in second place. Noiles wore the seafoam green kit of Rock Lobster and raced for the first time on his Paul Sadoff,...

    Read more →