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    Primetime Podcast: Elle Anderson & Beth Newell

    by  • November 22, 2013 • cx, interviews, Velodrome

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    We are posting up a new podcast today featuring two NorCal superstars, Beth Newell and Elle Anderson (California Giant-Specialized.) NCCN regular Beth Newell checks in with us to talk about her recent World Cup points race silver medal from Manchester.  Anybody that reads NCCN with any regularity will know that Newell has shown consistent,...

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    Hellyer Team Pursuit Program Invades LA

    by  • August 8, 2013 • Velodrome

    The end is nigh track fans.  The Hellyer Team Pursuit Program has landed in LA and they will be looking for gold this year. The 2013 USA Cycling Elite Timed Track Nationals starts on Friday, and NorCal has sent an army of racers to bring us medals, honor and glory. I caught up with the program...

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    Huzza, Huizar

    by  • June 23, 2013 • norcal scene, Velodrome, womyn on weels

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    23 June 2013 Over the past couple seasons, Korina Huizar (Metromint Cycling) has found her forte in track-cycling. As part of the Hellyer Women’s Team Pursuit Programme, Huizar raced to a team pursuit silver medal at the 2012 USA Cycling Elite Track National Championships. Her team mates then were Beth Newell and Amanda Seigle....

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    Get Ready for this Kind of Summer

    by  • April 29, 2013 • norcal scene, race coverage, Velodrome, womyn on weels

    Peter Bohl Waits for the Next Keirin

    Get Ready for Summer Hellyer Park Velodrome 30 April 2013 Hellyer’s ‘Get Ready for Summer’ (GRFS) racing series began this past Saturday. Alfred “The Voice” Nash appeared as the announcer. Known as the voice of USA Cycling Elite Track National Championships, Nash announced at every California Velodrome during the month of April; Hellyer was...

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    The “Little Demon” From NorCal

    by  • November 26, 2012 • norcal scene, too random, Velodrome

    The East Coast dominated cycling in the 1880s, but during the 1890s California’s potential for fast bike racers gained national recognition.  Industrial gold mining supplied San Francisco with an infusion of wealth that was able to support a complex economy and a rapidly growing population.  Huge technological advances in iron-working, ship-building, and hydraulic machinery...

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