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Okay, I’ve been slacking off. So before things get too out of control, I present to you my race reports for the early season. Too long, didn’t read? Have a look at the photos instead! CCCX #1 – Fort Ord, … Continue reading
Last weekend marked the return of the Foothill College Circuit Race Race, presented by Los Gatos Bicycle Racing Club. And, amazingly, I was there! Race reports aren’t really my thing, but since Norcal Cycling News managed to write a weekend … Continue reading
2011-12 Cyclocross Calendars are Up! Live in Norcal? Your CX Calendar is up! You’ve got hella races to do this season! Live in Socal? Your CX Calendar is up! You’ve got a grip of races to do this season! Live in Norcal or Socal? January 22nd is … Continue reading
That’s actually a pretty terrible title for a post. It implies that I don’t have anything to talk about right here, and for once, I actually do! I know nobody wants to read a post apologizing for a lack of … Continue reading
It’s been a while, hasn’t it? Well, let’s see if this thing still works. I mean, the last thing I reported was the Boggs 8hr cross-country mountain bike race. And that wasn’t even a post, just an awesome photo from … Continue reading
You should also read Cyclocross Magazine’s coverage of the event. First of all, I co-wrote it. Plus, it’s shorter, and doesn’t waste time talking about feral cats, mexican food, lukewarm tubs, giant novelty checks, or California Vehicle Code Section 23229(a).
For any of that, you’ll have to read on… Continue reading
Well it’s been cold, intermittently rainy, and I’ve got what I now recognize as the taste of copper in my mouth that accompanies the first ride of the year. Seriously, I remember talking about it last year as I took … Continue reading
Update – 10.15.2010 Thanks everyone! I’m really thrilled at the feedback I’ve gotten on the comic, and I never expected that this many people would ever see it. All the kind words I’ve gotten really mean a lot. What I’ve … Continue reading