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Report & Photos:  Driscoll & Nash Double Up at CXLA Day 2

Report & Photos: Driscoll & Nash Double Up at CXLA Day 2

SoCalCycling.com November 24, 2014 0

It’s not often that pro cyclocross riders get to work on their tans between race days. Then again, it’s not often that pro ‘cross racers get to collect their pay and UCI points in

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Report & Photos:  Nash and Driscoll Seize CXLA Day 1

Report & Photos: Nash and Driscoll Seize CXLA Day 1

SoCalCycling.com November 23, 2014 0

Pro ‘cross racing returned to Los Angeles this weekend, for the first time at the Greek Theater in Griffith Park. Day 1 of CXLA was conducted under blue skies and dry, short-sleeve conditions on

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UCI CXLA Weekend and LA Bike Fest Live at The Greek

UCI CXLA Weekend and LA Bike Fest Live at The Greek

SoCalCycling.com November 20, 2014 0

One of Southern California’s grandest and most prestigious cycling events is on tap for this coming weekend, November 21-22-23, hosted at the City of Los Angeles Vermont Canyon Park adjacent to the famed Greek

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Report & Photo Gallery:  High Stakes for SoCal ‘Crossers at SLO

Report & Photo Gallery: High Stakes for SoCal ‘Crossers at SLO

SoCalCycling.com November 17, 2014 0

Two hundred and fifty miles is a bit out of the comfort zone for many cyclocross competitors in Southern California. If an event is more than an hour or two from home (not counting

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Report & Photo Gallery:  SoCal ‘Crossers Crowned in Riverside and Escondido

Report & Photo Gallery: SoCal ‘Crossers Crowned in Riverside and Escondido

SoCalCycling.com November 13, 2014 0

Cross competitors in the Southwestern U.S. had some critical decisions to make approaching this past weekend. How does one choose between two separate events, both awarding championships, paying valuable points for two different series,

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Report & Photo Gallery:  SoCalCross Slides into Lake Casitas

Report & Photo Gallery: SoCalCross Slides into Lake Casitas

SoCalCycling.com November 4, 2014 0

“Be careful what you wish for, because you just might get it.” It’s an old, untraceable phrase dripping with philosophical caution. Many literature nerds will cite the author W.W. Jacobs as having coined it

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