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Race Report:  Tour of Utah, Stage 1 – By Jon Hornbeck, Hincapie Racing Team

Race Report: Tour of Utah, Stage 1 – By Jon Hornbeck, Hincapie Racing Team

SoCalCycling.com August 3, 2015 0

The Tour of Utah is quoted as “America’s Toughest Stage Race” and it sure does look like it will be living up to the name this week.  This will be my first time racing

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Sho-Air / Cannondale and Ridebiker Athletes Earn Podium Spots at National Championships

Sho-Air / Cannondale and Ridebiker Athletes Earn Podium Spots at National Championships

SoCalCycling.com July 23, 2015 0

Sho-Air/Cannondale and Ridebiker Alliance athletes put in great performances this past weekend at the USA Cycling National Mountain Bike Championships held in Mammoth, California. Men’s Short Track XC: Ridebiker Alliance’s Alex Grant got things

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Race Report:  TRU Teamwork at the Ontario Grand Prix, By Anthony Canevari

Race Report: TRU Teamwork at the Ontario Grand Prix, By Anthony Canevari

SoCalCycling.com July 20, 2015 0

Today was Ontario’s 6th race of the 2015 season. The Ontario Grand Prix has been around for quite some time. It’s a great learning race for Southern California riders. And that’s exactly what today

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Photo Gallery & Results: CBR July Criterium

Photo Gallery & Results: CBR July Criterium

SoCalCycling.com July 15, 2015 0

The CBR July Criterium was held this past Sunday in Dominguez Hills. The .9 mile course was run in reverse, which mades the race more challenging with a slight incline and headwind. Pro rider, Phil

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Race Report:  San Luis Rey Road Race – By Chris Wyman, Team PPBI

Race Report: San Luis Rey Road Race – By Chris Wyman, Team PPBI

SoCalCycling.com July 14, 2015 0

The relentless pain, muscle fatigue, and cramping you feel at the end of a race is quite often significantly more than you would expect it to be. Surprising? Yes, but all the more surprising

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Cancellara Sprints into the Yellow Jersey

Cancellara Sprints into the Yellow Jersey

SoCalCycling.com July 5, 2015 0

The expected wind and rain wreaked havoc in the peloton in stage two at the Tour de France but Trek Factory Racing’s Fabian Cancellara was all smiles after finishing third in the sprint from

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