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    Weekend Update

    by  • May 22, 2011 • race coverage • 1 Comment

    Pshew – TOC was cool, but with the Lance crap in the background, combined with Contador flying through Italy like he’s on rockets, it started to feel a little depressing.  Weather still hasn’t quite turned for us but it didn’t stop any racing. I think I will have to get some twitter hastags out...

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    TOC Day 6 – Awesome Award

    by  • May 20, 2011 • norcal scene, race coverage • 1 Comment

      Awesome!   It was another exciting day at the TOC with the inaugural Women’s TT invitational, and the of course, the men’s TT.  Kristin Armstong proved she’s back in a big way with a 12 second lead over runner up Amber Neeben.  It’s a nice high profile win for Nicola Cranmer’s Peanut Butter...

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    TOC Day 3 Awesome Award

    by  • May 17, 2011 • norcal scene, race coverage • 3 Comments

    Even though I am pretty sure that I saw Lucas Euser on the front of the pack trying to lead out a Canadian today’s Awesome Award has to go yesterday’s twin Andy Jacques-Maynes.  Bissell must have kept them in a dark basement and fed them nails for a few weeks to get the Maniacs...

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    Peninsular War Results

    by  • May 15, 2011 • race coverage • 6 Comments

    Cat’s Hill Classic Women Megan Gaurnier (TIBCO) proved she’s the capo of NorCal women’s cycling with an impressive two day performance on the Peninsula racing scene.  Gaurnier brought some Aussie reinforcements and out sprinted a dangerous looking Flavia Oliveira, who is rawking an awesome green Euro kit, and Liza Rachetto.  Check Alden’s Facebook video...

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    Weekend Update

    by  • May 9, 2011 • norcal scene, race coverage • 1 Comment

    The Spring Classic season is going nuts – maybe its an over crowded schedule, or maybe it is just what life is like for NorCal races but there was something for everybody this weekend. Hellyer Friday Night Friday Night fights were invigorating with beer, burgers, and attacks getting thrown around almost as much as...

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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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