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    NCNCA to Secede from USA Cycling

    by  • April 1, 2011 • norcal scene, too random • 10 Comments

    In a surprise move NCNCA President, Bill Nicely, announced NCNCA’s secession from USA Cycling effective immediately.  Citing internal political pressure and a desire to destroy OBRA Nicely sent the following statement to his executive team. “Effective immediately, NCNCA is no longer affiliated with USA Cycling.  Officials and promoters commitments will still be honored but...

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    Redlands … love & hate

    by  • March 31, 2011 • norcal scene, race coverage • 5 Comments

    Quick notes from a bike bitch for the weekend: HTC is crushing it on the women’s side of things.  Amber Neben in the front of her teammate Evie Stevens.  TIBCO’s Erinne Willock is a close third and Carmen Small in 6th.  Peanut Butter has KArmstrong in 5th, but it’s Colavita with 3 riders in...

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    San Dimas Quickie

    by  • March 25, 2011 • norcal scene, race coverage • 6 Comments

    San Dimas is a friendly cool build up to Redlands. NorCal will have a big footprint at Redlands this year from looking at the rosters so keeping an eye on San Dimas will give us a good indication how some of the locals will fare against the big guns. Women The NorCal rider to...

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    f*cking Bed Turns …

    by  • March 23, 2011 • norcal scene • 7 Comments

    “Hellyer” has been posting so often of late, that I feel like i’m getting dropped at a socal crit. Well, maybe more like a Norcal road race ~ cuz those socal crit pussies do nothing but sit and sprint like gym-rat poofer-puffed mail order champions.  Example A … Randimus Miller going down there and...

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    The NorCal League

    by  • March 21, 2011 • norcal scene, opinionate • 1 Comment

    Since Vaughters and McQuid steal all our material anyway I have some more stuff for them to mull over. The recent news about the “breakaway” league should be awesome for NorCal. Any pro league is going to need it’s minor league to help fill the pipeline.  There are only a few places in the...

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