• interviews

    San Dimas Winner: Andy Jacques-Maynes

    by  • March 20, 2012 • interviews, race coverage

    Ed Note:  AJM has been around the NorCal scene a long time.  He’s often taken a back seat to his twin brother Ben who has been prominent on the domestic cycling scene the last several years.  After college Andy took a day job while Ben focused on making a career as a pro cyclist....

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    San Dimas SR Best Young Rider: Lindsay Myers

    by  • March 19, 2012 • interviews

    NorCal had a great showing at San Dimas this weekend with a AJM scoring a win for Kenda Pro Cycling in the mens race, and Lindsay Myers taking the Best Young Rider jersey for TIBCO.  I was able to catch up with Myers quickly before she tackles Redlands later in the week. How did...

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    Pan Am Update: 3 Medals for Newell

    by  • March 8, 2012 • interviews

    Though i have no hard proof, mostly because USA Cycling’s records are a shambles, I think Beth Newell’s three bronze medals, yes she won another one in the Omnium today, is a US record for a woman at an international event.  I rely on the NorCal community, which I’m sure has better collective memory...

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    Is Cycling Paradise in Chico? R.A.C.E. – Rodney’s Amateur Cycling Events

    by  • February 14, 2012 • interviews, norcal scene

    It’s people like Rodney Cox that make cycling.  He’s turned himself of the Bob Leibold/ASO of Far Northern California.  Without grass-root programs like the R.A.C.E series, which every body should check out because it’s unbelievable, a lot of local communities would not have a race or training ride to attend.  The commitment to the...

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    F-Cali! Be Belgian: Immersion Cycling

    by  • January 17, 2012 • interviews, tech

    Rick Adams is a long time cycling fixture in Northern California.  Most recently led the revival of racing programs at Hellyer Velodrome and brought big time racing back to the track with the Testarossa Velodrome Challenge.  Adam’s has moved onto a new venture, Immersion Cycling, aimed at giving masters racers a taste of what...

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    Nate English on Going Pro In NorCal

    by  • January 2, 2012 • bio, interviews • 1 Comment

     We checked in with Nate the last few weeks about his 2012 season.  He started the New Year off right with a victory at the San Bruno World Championships (aka San Bruno Hill Climb.) Going to be fun to watch him blow it up this year… How did Christmas work out for you this...

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    Beth Newell: Beth Bikes

    by  • December 30, 2011 • bio, interviews • 1 Comment

    You are often held up as the mid-wests great cycling hope. The most promising thing since Eric Heiden set the record on Old La Honda. how the hell did you migrate from Ohio to California? I actually migrated from Ohio to Connecticut (what was I thinking?!), and then Connecticut to California.  I had just...

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