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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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    Lloyd Off the Couch

    by  • October 2, 2013 • cx, norcal scene, womyn on weels

    Bell Lap before UCI in NorCal

    BASP Candlestick 29 September 2013 Rachel Lloyd (DFL) got away to a superb early race after taking over the lead from Karen Brems (Team Rambuski Law). From there, the DFL racer put in a good pace to win the BASP Women’s A race at Candlestick Point. “I just wanted to see what the competition...

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    BASP Series Opens at The Stick

    by  • September 29, 2013 • cx

    SAN FRANCISCO, CA—On Sunday, the Bay Area Super Prestige Series headed to The Stick—an appropriate, albeit disconcerting, nickname for a race venue known for occasional hypodermic needle sightings. Situated between the vacant stadium of the 49ers and watery expanses of the San Francisco Bay, the race at Candlestick Point featured a winding track through...

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    CCCX #4 CSUMB Redux

    by  • September 29, 2013 • cx

    SEASIDE, CA—Standing at the start line of CCCX #4, Alex Work (Bicycle Blue Book-ROCKLOBSTER) pointed at the calves of Andy Jacques Maynes (Buy-Cell.com-IBIS) and asked, “are those protrusions going bang into the frame on your pedal strokes?” Jacques-Maynes replied, “They’ve already buffed out the matte finish on my mountain bike.” Jacques-Maynes went on to...

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    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...

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    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...

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    More Power, Scotty, More Power! CSUMB CCCX #3

    by  • September 23, 2013 • cx

    Photo Credit: Keith DeFiebre

    SEASIDE, CA—Grey autumn skies closed in on California State University Monterrey Bay, as a confluence of early season showers and a proper track ushered in the third week of the Northern California cyclocross season. Tape wound through the ice plant dotted sand dunes of the CSUMB campus, creating a course that demanded constant power...

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