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    Pitt Crit

    by  • May 8, 2011 • race coverage • 1 Comment

    Women’s Race Coryn Rivera continued Peanut Butter 2012 (formerly Proman) dominance of Project Sport races with a sprint win on the final lap. Rivera was heavily favored going into the night, but it was teammate Olivia Dillon who stood out with the most impressive performance. Dillon held a solo break, up to 35 seconds...

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    Wente Crit in Photos

    by  • May 2, 2011 • opinionate, race coverage • 4 Comments

    Inspired by the photos of David Cheung When i think of the Wente Crit I think of…. It is a circuit race littered with ambulances, weird sweeping turns, and long, windy final stretch.  And yet there is something about a road race and crit back to back, under the hot Livermore sun that is...

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    Sunday Quickie – Chico, Santa Cruz, Otter

    by  • April 17, 2011 • race coverage • 5 Comments

    It’s way late but at this stage this is just fodder for your morning coffee. Chico Stage Race The Men’s P/1/2 field looks like it was ridiculously deep for a new event.  Local favorites Adam Car (RR), P. Briggs (Crit), and Roman Kilun (TT) each took a stage win.  Despite the Carr/Wholberg 1-2 punch...

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    Sunday Update

    by  • April 10, 2011 • race coverage • 4 Comments

    Calaveras ITT Oliva Dillon’s victory at Calaveras makes me think that despite an uneven start for Peanut Butter 2012’s (awesome at Merco, okay at Redlands) they are just getting warmed up and will be destroying the American field by the time the Nature Valley Grand Prix rolls around.  Roman Kilun put in a big...

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    Sunday Update – F-Yeah Edition

    by  • April 3, 2011 • norcal scene, race coverage • 10 Comments

    Copper Town Circuit Race The story here is a three man break powered by Webcor riders Joel Robertson and Billy Crane powered their way to the finish for a 1-2 finish.  One might say… finally Webcor has two riders in a break and wins… but they almost didn’t.  Billy Crane, who flashed some brilliance...

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