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    #madera is on

    by  • March 9, 2012 • race coverage

    Good luck to all you stage race junkies on your way out to the warm and windy lands of the Central Valley.  The Pro/1/2 field, which is STACKED, with pro’s this year including the entire Optum-Kelly Benefits roster, got started today at high noon.  Nate English (Kenda-5 hour Energy), profiled by NorCal Cycling News...

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    Loader to the Fore as Teutenberg Wins Again at Merco

    by  • March 4, 2012 • race coverage

    Hilltop Ranch Road Race Topsport Cycling’s Merco Credit Union Cycling Classic presented by Mercy Medical Center Snelling – 4 March 2012 Local favorite Logan Loader (Team Exergy) won on the final day of the Merco Cycling Classic stage race as Ina-Yoko Teutenberg (Specialized-lululemon) scored another win in the Merco Cycling Classic Hilltop Road Race....

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    Merco TT: A New Huff In Town

    by  • March 2, 2012 • race coverage

    Today’s TT at Merco was cool on multiple levels. 1. Live-ish Coverage: It wasn’t like the near life like twitter stream from @regulorry and Josh Glazier but the Live Timing feed providing updates as riders crossed the line was pretty sweet. Check it out http://www.live-timing.com/race2.php?r=39325 2. Women’s World Showdown: The heavy hitters were in...

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    Snelling Dominated by the Wind and International Racers – Updated Report

    by  • February 26, 2012 • norcal scene, race coverage, spring classic

    Snelling, California – 25 February 2012 The 27th Annual Snelling Road Race, presented by Velo Promo and the Golden Chain Cyclists, had large fields  for the Men P/1/2 and Women 1/2 races. Despite sunny skies, the western wind was blowing hard and played a significant role in constraining early breakaways. Racers were forced close...

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    Pine Flat RR: Same Ol’ Races, New Winning Faces

    by  • February 21, 2012 • race coverage

    Droughts in NorCal only have one beneficiary – cyclists! Well, tarantulas too but spiders are scary.  Early season fitness has brought big turnouts to the Pre-Season races and the NorCal racing contingent is displaying abnormal fitness for this time of year.  The fun part about the NorCal Pre-Season Races is that new riders pop...

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