• Cross Reno Recap

    by  • October 2, 2015

    Planning Begins for Second Annual CrossReno Cyclocross Race as Inaugural Results Announced Reno, Nev. (October 2, 2015) — As the sun set over the saffron hills surrounding Rancho San Rafael Park in north Reno after the inaugural CrossReno Cyclocross festival, event planners and cyclists alike were reflecting on the day — and already planning...

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    My Friend Allen Brumm

    by  • September 30, 2015

    Allen Brumm was hit by a car and killed on Sunday. I arrived home from watching the World Championships in Richmond and called a friend to talk about the race. He told me about Allen. First there were the words. I heard them and my first experience was “That cannot be right.” Allen was...

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    3 Keys to a Great Off-Season | Getting to Know Your Garmin

    by  • September 25, 2015

    Structure Hierarchy w/Garmin Screens

    As cyclists transition toward the “off-season”, many are attempting to answer this question.  “How do I maintain a decent level of fitness and still remain fresh and motivated throughout next season”? In this article we’ll examine 3 strategies to help with the “off-season” question while exploring how your Garmin can make training more fun and less mentally draining. Structure...

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    NorCal Time Trialist Tackles Women’s World Hour Record

    by  • September 12, 2015

    Molly Van Houweling will ride an attempt on the women’s World Hour Record in a few hours at the Velodromo Bicentenario in Aguascalientes, Mexico, with a commentated live feed broadcast. While the start time is still simply an estimate, the coverage will likely begin at 8pm local time, 6pm Pacific Daylight Time. Some of...

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    High Temperatures Forecast for WSCXGP

    by  • September 9, 2015

    9 September 2015 The forecast is for temperatures to approach triple digits this Saturday, 12 September, for the West Sac Cyclocross Grand Prix presented by Cederon. Event organizers are urging competitors and spectators to prepare well for the heat, stay cool, and well hydrated. A release from the organizers indicates racers may carry water...

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    A New Team is Hatched

    by  • September 4, 2015

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    Dirt Birds Press Release Sacramento, CA 8/25/2015: 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. Co-founders Audrey Biehle and JT Teerlink wanted,...

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    Time To Brush Up On Cross Skills? Hit A Clinic!

    by  • August 14, 2015

    Brian Staby shows us how to properly remount a cyclocross bike.

    Whether you’d like to try something fun and different this fall following your road or mountain bike season, or you’ve raced cyclocross in the past but need to chip the rust off your skills after months off your CX bike, consider taking a clinic in the upcoming weeks. Three clinic opportunities are scheduled during...

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    Lael Wilcox Interview: Tour Divide Winner (Women)

    by  • August 11, 2015

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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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