The Malibu Gran Fondo took place this past March in beginning in Agoura Hills and succeeded in providing…
This classic Malibu climb coils like a kingsnake gliding through coastal brush as it traces a route up-and-over the sandstone bluffs that hug the Pacific coast and connects PCH in Malibu to Mulholland Highway in Westlake Village.
The Comeback Crit was the kick-off event and the first of 10 comprising the SoCal Fixed Series. These events are for track bikes with fixed gears and no brakes that race on a closed, asphalt short-course.
While downhill racers across the country waited for snow to thaw and ski-slopes to return to their summer shade of grassy-brown, SoCal racers have been enjoying the bluebird weekends in Fontana, racing in the Southridge Racing Winter Series. Organizers host a weekend of mountain-biking that have some participants choosing to camp for the two-day mountain-mash.
Held in El Dorado Park in Long Beach, the CXLA event is part of the SoCalCross PRESTIGE SERIES. The course was long and dry, with sand-pits, obstacles and fine silica dust enshrouding the riders as they made their way through the park.
The sun was beating down in the early afternoon of August 16 as cyclists lined up to ride the Summer End Grand Prix Criterium in Ontario, CA. This was the 18th year and the 7th and final race of the Pacific Sunset Velo 2015 summer series criterium.
GoPro, the ubiquitous sport POV camera company, has a couple videos from last month’s Tour de France, but our favorite is the best of the first 7 stages. The excitement amongst the field is palpable and documented with close-up views afforded by the on-board cameras. Is this the future of televised bicycle racing?