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October 2015


The offseason is where the successful athlete is made. Not too many athletes have claimed to have “too much time to prepare.” On the contrary, the successful athlete is utilizing the offseason initially as a time to recover, but is planning and preparing for the upcoming season. After a long and grueling road season, many …

The City of Thousand Oaks invites the community to come out and play on almost 2 miles of closed streets for an Open Streets celebration on October 31st from 10am until 3pm. The Spokes in the Oaks streets will be closed to motorized traffic for the day, bringing the streets alive with all forms of …

Team Novo Nordisk, the world’s first all-diabetes professional cycling team, will race its fourth season with a roster of 18 athletes from 10 countries. The total number of French and Dutch riders on the pro squad increases to four each, as Mehdi Benhamouda (FRA) moves up from the development team and stagiaire, Brian Kamstra (NED), …

The SoCalCycling.com Elite Team was formed eleven years ago and in those eleven years the Team has been on board Cannondale bikes. The Team started with the aluminum CAAD7 and has been riding the Cannondale SuperSix EVO’s for the last three years after coming off the stellar CAAD10. This year we had the opportunity to …

The SoCalCycling.com Elite Team is currently accepting resumes through November 15th for the 2016 season. Riders must have a USA Cycling Category 1 license, be experienced team players, willing to compete in up to 30 races (with the possibility of select NRC and NCC races), have a positive attitude and be excellent ambassadors for SoCalCycling.com and the …

Rotor, who is mostly known for their cranks and chainrings, has released a new road hydraulic groupset to the market. This will be an alternative to the other manufacturers that have electric and mechanical groupsets on the current market. SRAM, Shimano, Campagnolo currently produce the leading groupsets and  FSA is set to release it’s new …