• race coverage

    What Snelling tells us about Merco

    by  • March 1, 2011 • race coverage • 3 Comments

    TIBCO’s Willock … diminutive dominatrix The women of TIBCO have always posted solid results across the nation, mostly focused on big one-day events and national championships.  But, with their new recruits Erinne Willock and Alison Powers … suddenly, the general classifications of all major stage races might have a bit more baby blue in...

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    Sunday Short

    by  • February 27, 2011 • norcal scene, race coverage • 3 Comments

    Despite weather abating it sounds like the Snelling depth wasn’t the same as usual this year. I blame the threats of snow and Hernando’s rant – Hernado is the cause of all that is evil. Unions in Wisconsin, Lance Armstrong’s woes, and that travesty named Colin Firth winning a grammy. Without him the world...

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    Hernando’s Snelling Opus

    by  • February 23, 2011 • norcal scene, opinionate, race coverage • 2 Comments

    In a masterful piece of blogging last year Hernando provided both tips and a critique of the first major NorCal SPRING CLASSIC Snelling Road Race. Check it out…. Snelling Road Race … where all the kids playWith well over a thousand participants already registered for this event, there are some pretty significant issues of...

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    Sunday Short

    by  • February 20, 2011 • norcal scene, race coverage • 0 Comments

    The weather this weekend was rather epic with rain, hail, cold, etc blowing in from Oregon, Canada, or some such place that most of us don’t really want to end up after we pass. Here are a couple of quick hits from the results pages. Beat The Clock – results * Weather played a...

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    Social Networking For Results

    by  • February 19, 2011 • race coverage, tech • 0 Comments

    As we watch the PRE SEASON close with some epic rainy cold Belgian style weather and wait for the stories of torture to roll in from Beat The Clock and Cantuna Creek i figured it was a good time to put out a few “Social Network” type of suggestions. NUMBER 1. Like NorCal Cycling...

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