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Interview with Callum Gordon, SoCalCycling.com Team

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SoCalCycling.com caught up with Brad Huff at the Jelly Belly pb Kenda Cycling Teams Training Camp that was recently held in Southern California. Brad is a favorite rider among fans in SoCal and has won the Dana Point Grand Prix twice including 2012 and 2011.  Unfortunately, the fans will miss out on seeing Huff go for …

SoCalCycling.com caught up with Amber Gaffney, who will be making her professional debut riding with the Optum pb Kelly Benefit Strategies Team in 2013. Since I share the same hometown, I met up with Amber and her Optum pb Kelly Benefit Strategies teammate Leah Kirchmann, who recently won the Optum / Tucson Medical Center Old Pueblo Grand …

I have been trying to attend the Jelly Belly Team Training Camp for the last few years, but it always seemed that my schedule prevented it. However, this year the stars aligned and I was finally able to attend the Team Camp and Media Day in Vista, CA. After spending the day with the Team …

SoCalCycling.com caught up with Cannondale Pro Cycling’s Ted King at the Team’s Training Camp that was recently held in Southern California. Ted, the soul American on the Italian UCI ProTour team, talks about his experience on one of SoCal’s most popular training rides, the Simi Ride, how his off season went, his goals for the 2013 season and …

SoCalCycling.com caught up with Aram Goganian, owner and operator of Predator Cycling. Predator Cycling, which is located in Southern California, has been designing and manufacturing carbon fiber frames and components for the past 10 years specializing in cutting edge custom road, track and time trial bike frames and components built by hand. Predator is also a …

SoCalCycling.com caught up with newly crowned Masters National Road Champion, Matt Carinio. SoCalCycling.com: Congratulations on winning the Masters Road National Championships in the 40-44 Road Race! What does winning the Stars ‘N Stripes mean to you? Matt Carinio: I still can’t believe that it actually happened. The week before I left for Bend, I had a dream …