• womyn on weels

    Dirt Birds CX Is Hatched

    by  • October 4, 2015 • cx, Press Release, teams, womyn on weels

    A new women’s specific cyclocross team, Dirt Birds, has hatched in the Sacramento area. Created with the goal of “more women racing more often,” the new team has 23 riders that come from a variety of backgrounds and bike experience. Co­founders Audrey Biehle and JT Teerlink wanted, “to build on the growing cyclocross community...

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    Lael Wilcox Interview: Tour Divide Winner (Women)

    by  • August 11, 2015 • adventure mountain biking, global mountain bike event, interviews, mountain biking, mtb, rider, too random, womyn on weels

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    NCCN is fortunate to interview an amazing endurance rider and winner (women) of the Tour Divide, Lael Wilcox.  We would like to thank Lael Wilcox and Nicholas Carman for the interview. Follow Lael and Nicholas’  journey: www.gypsybytrade.wordpress.com Flandria:  Why did you decide to race Tour Divide?  What is appealing about the race to you?  ...

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    Manali-Khardungla Part 1:Race to the Top of the World

    by  • May 31, 2015 • adventure mountain biking, global mountain bike event, mountain biking, race coverage, womyn on weels


    Authors Note:  Flandria and her husband have moved from Nepal to Ladakh, India.  They are both training for the Manali-Khardungla Cycling Championship that will take place in Ladakh, India starting July 25 through August 4.  Flandria is also covering the 8-days adventure mountain bike stage race.  Now residing in Leh for two months, she will...

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    Women’s Tour of California Wrap-up

    by  • May 14, 2015 • race coverage, womyn on weels

    While the Tour of California men’s first stage rolled out of Sacramento on their eight day trek through California, the women’s race finished with a circuit race around the Stage Capitol. Trixi Worrack (Velocio – SRAM) sprinted her way into the yellow leader’s jersey and overall win, taking all three intermediate sprints and their...

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    Hall Grabs Yellow

    by  • May 9, 2015 • race coverage, womyn on weels

    Racing fans crowd under the finishing arch at Heavenly Mountain Resort to see the post-race podium awards.

    Local Northern California pro Katie Hall (United Health Care) sailed to the win in stage 1 of the inaugural Tour of California on Friday in South Lake Tahoe. The weather didn’t look particularly friendly as riders arrived to the race start area in the hours before rolling out, with fresh snow on the ground...

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