• norcal scene

    helluva lot to talk about…

    by  • March 29, 2010 • norcal scene • 8 Comments

    The day is heavy with news Jeremy Regalado was killed Sunday in a freak electrical accident while setting up for Sunday’s Velopromo race.  Many of you will have taken a neutral bottle feed from this fine young man over the last couple years – his generous hand reaching out, a sunburned face from long...

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    Merco … let the games begin

    by  • March 4, 2010 • norcal scene, opinionate • 1,608 Comments

    Merco Crit … the real show True enough, i’ve had a few bucketloads of fun out on the Merco RR course over the years … but, it’s not the show, it’s not the high-stakes gamblefest and crowd pleasing hammerthrows offered by the downtown criterium. This year’s edition of the Merco Downtown Grand Prix looks...

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    Jim Rogers & distracted drivers

    by  • March 4, 2010 • norcal scene • 8 Comments

    You may have heard that NorCal lost a legend earlier this year. Jim Rogers of Nevada County was hit and killed on January 31, 2010 by a driver who was allegedly talking on her cell phone. According to witnesses she was driving erratically before running Jim down as he rode on the shoulder of...

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    Tell VeloNews you like it!

    by  • March 1, 2010 • norcal scene, race coverage • 2 Comments

    Shelley Evans wins NZ … and we heard about it! With a crushing display in the criterium finale of the Tour of New Zealand, Shelley Evans put an exclamation mark on her ability to win while marked and under pressure.  Both Cyclingnews and Velonews have been covering the race, but if you’ve got an...

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    Snelling RR … tips & hopes

    by  • February 25, 2010 • norcal scene, trainin and tactics • 5 Comments

    Snelling Road Race … where all the kids play With well over a thousand participants already registered for this event, there are some pretty significant issues of logistics that surround a race like Snelling, and they’re worth talking about and sharing.  So please feel free to add your own thoughts in the comments section...

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