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    Noiles Toils

    by  • October 17, 2013 • cx, norcal scene

    Noiles Toils The Kevin Noiles Watch • 17 October 2013 NorCal Cycling News continues to hope and follow Kevin Noiles as he vies to take himself and his Rock Lobster bike to Cyclocross Worlds. After a tough couple of races at Star Crossed and Cross Vegas, Kevin Noiles grabbed his first win of the...

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    What to Expect When You’re Expecting: Surf City #1

    by  • October 14, 2013 • cx

    Photo: Kirk Keeler

    APTOS, CA—Northern California’s oldest cyclocross series kicked off their 37th year of racing as riders headed to Aptos High School for Surf City #1 on Sunday. The brothers Jacques-Maynes continued their dominance of the Nor Cal cross, while Carolina Gomez-Villafane collected her second win of the weekend in the Eucalyptus groves of Santa Cruz...

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    by  • October 6, 2013 • cx, norcal scene, race coverage

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    CCCX Toro Park 6 October 2013 Conditions were very warm for CCCX at Toro Park, as Northern California continued in its summer after the summer. Both Ellen Sherrill (Rock Lobster) and Andy Jacques-Maynes (ibis/Buy-cell.com) toiled under the conditions but prevailed to win their categories. Sherrill started on tired legs after tackling the climbs and...

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    Amy Dombroski

    by  • October 4, 2013 • cx, too random

    As I was riding yesterday I was stunned to learn the news that Amy Dombroski had been killed while training in Belgium. While we had met several times, and I had the pleasure to watch her race across the country on many occasions, I never got to kn0w her very well. I regret that I...

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    The Nor Cal-China Connection: Ellen Sherrill’s Yanquing Experience

    by  • October 2, 2013 • cx

    Mustaches make you faster. New Zealand National Champ and Scott Chapin doppleganger, Alex Revell at the Great Wall of China. Photo: Ellen Sherrill

    YANQUING STATION, CHINA- Promoters of the China’s inaugural UCI cyclocross race recruited riders from around the world to race the Qiansen Trophy event, held September 21, about 50 miles outside Beijing. Among the racers from 18 countries, was Nor Cal’s own, Ellen Sherrill (Bicycle Blue Book-ROCKLOBSTER). After kicking jet lag and recovering from Chinese...

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