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Fuji Bikes Partners with Steve Arpin for the Loenbro Motorsports Red Bull Global RallyCross Team

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Interbike Says Goodbye to Las Vegas

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DRAFT Meetups Announce Fall Networking Events, DRAFT LA Set for October 26th

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SUGOI is returning to  their roots with the launch of a new line of original print jerseys, celebrating their 25th anniversary.  SUGOI has produced more than 20 original print women’s and men’s jerseys, each with its own personality.  “Around the Bend” is the featured jersey of this collection. Behind this jersey’s poignant design is a …

Join Cynergy Cycles on February 7th at 7pm in welcoming American cycling legends Jim Ochowicz and Davis Phinney to recant the pioneering and legendary 7-Eleven Cycling Team. Jim will be signing copies of his book “Team 7-Eleven: How an Unsung Band of American Cyclists Took on the World – and Won.” You will be treated …

Incycle bike shops recently celebrated their 20th Anniversary in May. A lot has happened in the bike industry in the last 20 years.  Incycle has grown to four successful locations (San Dimas, Chino, Rancho Cucamonga, Pasadena) since 1991. We caught up with co-owner Mark Smits to learn more about Incycle. SoCalCycling.com: How did Incycle get …

On Monday evening, Cynergy Cycles hosted the charity gala “An Evening in Fast Company: Team HTC-Highroad at Cynergy Cycles.” The event, which benefited the “Right to Play” organization, presented the 2011 Amgen Tour of California HTC-Highroad Team. Upon arrival, guests were greeted by photos on the red carpet by photographer Brian Hodes along with the …

Cynergy Cycles “Be One with Your Bike” event brought cyclists together for an informative evening in downtown Santa Monica with presentations by world renowned Body Geometry Fit expert Dr. Andy Pruitt and Body Geometry Product designer Dr. Roger Minkow. Cyclists packed the 7000 square foot Specialized Concept Store, which also features many additional brands and …

We caught up with the recently retired Neil Shirley as he transitions from life as a professional rider to life as a professional writer. Over the past few years, Neil has generously shared his race journals with SoCalCycling.com and now will continue to write as an editor for Road Bike Action. The past two seasons, …