• Huge Group of Riders to be Pro in 2015

    by  • December 28, 2014

    Airgas-Safeway's Rodrigues, riding for Davis Bike Club in 2014, crushed Patterson Pass road race in one of the most dominant performances of the season. Photo by Alex Chiu.

    One of the largest ever, if not the largest, contingent of NorCal riders will be going pro in 2015… On the women’s side, Erica Greif, Megan Aldrete, Dani Spires, and Bethany Allen will be signing with Team Hedrick p/b Novatec. Greif has ascended the ranks via a slew of teams from the Reno Wheelmen,...

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    USA Cycling Fails to Deliver Drug Tests

    by  • December 5, 2014

    USA Cycling RaceClean

    On December 15th, the NCNCA Board will convene to discuss budget appropriations for new year. The NCNCA usually allocates a substantial amount of money, approximately $5,000, for the successful mentorship of new riders. The rest of the money is put to a variety of different uses for the district. This year, the NCNCA will...

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    Hellyer Velodrome: Timed Event Day, Dec 7th – Join us!

    by  • December 4, 2014

    Hello NorCal Friends! It looks like we might have decent weather for some fun TIMED EVENT RACES at Hellyer Velodrome this Sunday. Please come on out – and we’re always in need of timers and holders – so, if you just want to hang around with some fun folks – see you there! Guest DJs always...

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    2014 NCCN Holiday Gift Guide

    by  • December 3, 2014

    NorCal companies and entrepreneurs are always cranking out new products and ideas. Here are a few ideas and companies we’ve come across that might make good gifts this holiday season. Jakroo Udesign –  This is the perfect way to fix up the hard to shop for cyclist. Two week delivery time, customizable jersey, lots design options for...

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    Vote For Reno: 2017-18 CX NATS

    by  • November 25, 2014

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    It came out of now where. A few weeks ago USAC made their announcements of cities bidding for 2017-18 cyclocross nationals. Bend, Louisville, Hartford and Reno are all in the running. Bend was no surprise. The city is perfect. It’s hip, close to a few major cities, and is small enough to project an Olympic...

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    film de vélo ~ The Story of the Six-Day

    by  • November 24, 2014

    Straight outta EastBay … —- The Six Day – Cycling’s Oldest Story <from IndieGogo crowdsourcing site> “Prepare yourself for racing like you’ve never seen before…” Be a part of a groundbreaking documentary detailing the struggle and triumph through an astonishing feat of endurance and skill – the Six Day Bike Race – one of the oldest,...

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