• norcal scene

    le oops

    by  • April 14, 2008 • norcal scene • 18 Comments

    What a weekend of bicycle riding. Paris Roubaix tosses out cycling in all its drama, personality, and circumstance. One day’s full-throttle firing on le’Tour-octane, eh? But, do any others mourn the loss of those few halcyon days years back when complete, live coverage was offered to us via OutdoorLife tv-vision? it wasn’t being there,...

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    hellyer’itis

    by  • April 10, 2008 • norcal scene • 3 Comments

    Ahhhh … next week we’ll tip 70′s in warm temps and trapse around the track infield under fewer and fewer layers of protection. I’m going to be working with both Larry Nolan and Rick Adams these next few weeks during the Tuesday and Wednesday night events. They are tutoring me up good, getting me...

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    standard bearer

    by  • April 2, 2008 • norcal scene • 17 Comments

    i think i felt the weight of pain actually pull against my face yesterday. during an acceleration … jumping without thought … it seems my skin skipped a beat, left slack and slightly vacant until snapped taut and following up the hill. i really need a new hobby. - – - – - Well,...

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    slackadazical blues

    by  • April 1, 2008 • norcal scene • 2 Comments

    If you’re not receiving a reply from me … here’s why. i know, i’m lame in the 11t. but, i will make time this afternoon for a post … and promise to make up for the slackery with loads of white lies and other happy words of exaggeration. - – - – - UPDATE:...

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    track is the new black

    by  • March 26, 2008 • norcal scene • 8 Comments

    well, it’s just fun ~ plain and simple. Larry Nolan ran a training session last nite that was pretty damn impressive. Next week it runs on the racing schedule … details always at ridethetrack.com ~ your one stop shopping place for track racing at the NorCal velodrome. - – - Going Local And so...

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    the most awesome post ever

    by  • March 25, 2008 • norcal scene • 12 Comments

    You try to keep things clinical when dealing with a crash. you want everyone cool, calm and collected and making good decisions. … and sometimes you’ve got to pick up your fallen friends. and if you can get a nice handful of it in the process, well hell’s bells, i’m not complaining.

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