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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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    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

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    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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