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    Mega NorCal Riders at Fleche Wallonne Feminine

    by  • April 16, 2013 • euroNews

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    I just looked and there is a ton of NorCal representing at the Fleche Wallonne Feminine. Megan Guarnier (Rabobank) Emily Kachorek (US National Team) Ruth Winder (US National Team)  Emily Collins (Wiggle Honda) Loren Rowney (Lulu Lemon Specialized) SteepHill.TV is a good first spot when looking for coverage but I’m guessing Twitter will be your...

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    Elite Women UCI Road World Championships 2012

    by  • September 21, 2012 • euroNews, too random, womyn on weels

    There are no words to describe the excitement for the Elite Women’s road race tomorrow in the Netherlands.  Scrolling through the start list, NorCal ladies are represented and we are all so proud of them.  Their hard work, dedication, commitment and focus were all worth it.  There’s something special about this year’s World Championships...

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    How Ice Hockeys “Code” Can Save Cycling from Dopers

    by  • July 19, 2012 • euroNews, too random

    Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the author and do not  necessarily reflect the official policy or position of NorCal Cycling News or it’s writing and editorial contributors.  That said… i did love it when the climbers were having a go at each other several years ago with their...

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    Shelley Olds: Back on Track

    by  • May 22, 2012 • euroNews, womyn on weels

    Shelley Olds is a NorCal favorite who made her way in the cycling world at Hellyer Velodrome riding for pioneering women’s teams like Proman.  After a big 2010 season Olds went to race in Europe full time.  While garnering some top finishes in 2011 her performances were overshadowed by the return of stars like...

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    Peter Sagan Hates America

    by  • May 16, 2012 • euroNews, opinionate

    All last week Hernando and his paramour were trying to goad me into writing a retraction on my Bontrager-Livestrong opinions.  Mostly because they are master shit talkers, but also because the Bontrager Boys hit it hard at Gila went to the presses saying how their stage win and third GC proved they can compete...

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