• Primetime Podcast: Giro Rosa Preview with Jen See

    by  • July 3, 2014

    The Giro Rosa, the biggest stage race currently held for the women’s peloton, kicks off on Friday the 4th of July.  The favorite for the 10-day tour is former Webcor rider, and last year’s champion, Mara Abbott. Abbott will be riding for the United Healthcare squad, which is one of two American trade teams...

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    ‘Murica, The Tour, and Optimal Cadence

    by  • July 1, 2014


    There’s nothing quite like celebrating ‘Murica, pounding hot dogs, and enjoying three weeks of the Tour de France.  July is the real “most wonderful time of the year” during which the greatest bike racers on the planet battle over the most storied tarmac in our sport.  For nearly 100 years the discussion over cycling cadence has...

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    Little City Stage Race and it’s Getting Bigger

    by  • June 25, 2014


    25 June 2014 The 2014 Little City Stage Race is now complete but has grown its footprint on the local road bicycle-racing scene. This year, with just 3 weeks notice, the event expanded to four stages over three days. Despite the late change and Friday racing, the registered numbers of participating racers was nominally...

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    Tetrick and Rossi Rule Little City’s Third Day

    by  • June 24, 2014


    24 June 2014 The last two stages from the Little City Stage Race played out this past Sunday with dominating performances, at the Diamond Valley Time Trial, and cagey racing at the Downtown Minden Criterium. In the end, the main protagonists for the omnium held their own; the prowess of Alison Tetrick (Twenty16) and...

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    Duel Dueling at Fernley

    by  • June 21, 2014


    21 June 2014 Both the Women’s P/1/2 and Men’s P/1/2 races had similar two-racer breakaway stories today, at the Fernley Circuit Race. The second day of The Little City Stage Race saw racing at the Fernley Speedway in Nevada. Temperatures were well into the eighties and the winds were something chronic – very gusty...

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    A Plague of Locusts: Signs of the Apocalypse at Little City

    by  • June 21, 2014

    A field nears the summit of one of two distinct hills featured in the course.

    Moderate heat, reasonably stout winds, and swarms of locusts greeted fields to stage one of the Little City Stage Race on Friday at the Diamond Valley Road Race course in Woodfords, California. Located near the Nevada border in sagebrush country, the roads featured beautiful views of the nearly Sierra Crest, but a surprise not...

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