There are no words to describe the excitement for the Elite Women’s road race tomorrow in the Netherlands. Scrolling through the start list, NorCal ladies are represented and we are all so proud of them. Their hard work, dedication, commitment and focus were all worth it. There’s something special about this year’s World Championships...Read more →
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Cascade is pretty much the last major hurrah for US women not going to the Olympics or the World Championships. This edition is not without excitement worthy of all you geeks about to freak out when Le Tour ends. Kristin Armstrong has proved that she’s in top form going into the London Olympics with...Read more →
For those of you not familiar with the inner workings of NorCal Cycling News staff, I ended up moving to Wisconsin last November. I went to the Fond Du Lac Crit yesterday, the 9th stage of the omnium series, and decided to cover the women’s race since there were a bunch of NorCal women...Read more →
Fifteen women lined up for the 2012 Pescadero Road Race. The racing got off to a quick start under sunny skies when Joanna Bechtel (Metromint) initiated a four rider break a kilometer prior to the first Stage Road prime sprint of the day. Emily Thuston (Touchstone) slipped into this group, and took the sprint. Although...Read more →
I went to the two major crits on the USA Crits, and NCC schedule this last week on the North Shore of Chicago. You can check out the articles (and give them the ol’ FB like) on Cyclingnews.com Devon Gorry Wins at Lake Bluff French Canadian ignores donuts in my bag and wins Lake...Read more →