• NorCal versus SoCal Moves to January

    by  • October 3, 2014

    3 October 2014 Announced recently, Sam Barn Promotions moved the 5th Annual NorCal versus SoCal California State Cyclocross Championships from its originally planned December dates to 24-25 January 2015. The Hart Park, Bakersfield venue will continue to see riders from up and down the state decide the better district in January. The change accommodates...

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    Post-Season Wrap With Tayler Wiles

    by  • September 30, 2014


    NCCN: Congrats on a stellar season. You won a couple of stage races, including Redlands, a UCI time trial, podium steps all over the place at big events, and incredibly strong and gutsy riding at Nationals. What success of the year are you most proud? TW: Winning Redlands this year was a big turning...

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    Sagebrush Cyclocross Talks Up Reno-Truckee Omnium

    by  • September 27, 2014

    Hidden Valley CX

    While physical distance often dissuades many Central Valley and Bay Area-based cyclocross racers from making the trip over the Sierras to Reno-based Sagebrush events, series promoters have great hopes about attendance at next weekend’s two-day omnium. Races at Hidden Valley Park in Reno and Truckee Bike Park on October 4th and 5th, respectively, provide...

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    Oakland Grand Prix: Elite Crit Champs and Season Finale

    by  • September 26, 2014

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    The Giro SF may conclude the Cal Cup, but one more downtown crit hangs at the tail end of the NCNCA calendar the Oakland Grand Prix. The race is a favorite for the East Bay dwellers and for hitters who just don’t know when to call it a season. This year’s race was also designated...

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    Adrien Costa Medals At World TT Championships

    by  • September 23, 2014

    In the full stars and stripes of the USA Cycling team, Adrien Costa had previously gotten 2nd place behind Kirk Carlsen Jr. last year. With Carlsen not competing this year, who would win the TT?

    Local boy Adrien Costa (Hagens Berman U-23) finished second at the Junior World TT Championships today in Ponferrada, Spain. Costa took a few minutes out of his post race celebration night to answer a few questions for NCCN. How does it feel to medal in the biggest TT in the world? It’s definitely a...

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    Lloyd Romps, Kaiser Strikes

    by  • September 22, 2014

    22 September 2014 Candlestick Point Grand Prix Clark Natwick With Clark Natwick himself on hand, Bay Area Super Prestige began their 2014 cyclocross season yesterday with the Clif Bar Grand Prix Clark Natwick, presented by Summit Bicycles. It was a splendid affair commensurate with Tom Simpson’s aim to return UCI racing to the region....

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    Broken, Not Burned: Your Rights in a Car-Bike Accident

    by  • September 18, 2014

    By Heather Johnson “It’s not a matter of if you crash; it’s when.” That’s what an experienced rider told me in my first year of bike racing. While these fatalistic words referred to crashing in a controlled (mostly) car-free environment, they could have just as easily applied to bike-car collisions on the open road....

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    NorCalNevada ‘Cross Ready for More

    by  • September 17, 2014

    17 September 2014 Another huge weekend is in store for regional cyclocross. The weather is threatening some precipitation over the next day and the hope is at least the rain subdues the dust. The CCCX series holds its third event of the season, this time putting racers to the test at CSU Monterey Bay....

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