Winter Downhill Racing in SoCal
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.
The Coast Ride
As Many Miles As There Are In A Day The Coast Ride started as a January tradition amongst friends- three years later, the ride had more than 300 riders ready to embark on a journey from San Francisco to Santa Barbara. Running on Martin Luther…
13: Riding In The Rain
Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | Email | Google Podcasts | Stitcher | RSSBICYCLIST.fm is back this week with another episode covering cycling in SoCal from the team at Southern California Bicyclist. This week is the 13th episode, unfortunately…
Issue 128: Early Winter 2016
Find your own adventure in Southern California, discover a new event in our favorite place in the world to ride a bicycle, or be inspired for your next race – and if you like it? Share it with a friend! For those living the dream…
CXLA: Racing City Parks With SoCalCross
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.
Peloton profiles Peter Sagan, Winner of 2015 World Championships
John Wilcockson: By earning the rainbow jersey in such dramatic, decisive fashion, the 25-year-old Slovak showed that he has reached an even higher level in his decision-making ability. High on the adrenaline rush of victory, Sagan showed his still-youthful exuberance, but he also showed a…
Amtrak Century: A SoCal Tradition For More Than 40 Years
At 5:30 am, on the second Saturday in September, participants gathered at the starting line at the Amtrak station in Irvine for the annual Amtrak Century hosted by the OC Wheelmen.
Over The Hump ’15 – Part II: A Night With The Path Bike Shop
Over the Hump Part II The second-to-last Over The Hump (OTH) this past Tuesday was a standout. With the finish of the race back-lit by a sky seemingly on fire, the participants challenged themselves on the technical course. This week, The Path Bike Shop was…
MASH SF Video Premiere
MASH SF will be celebrating the world premiere of their new video project on Saturday September 12 in San Francisco. In the hours before the premiere, you can attend the MASH-hosted art show at 5:00 pm in The Lab on 2948 16th Street. Then at…
Summer End Grand Prix Crit: Final Race Of Pacific Sunset Velo Series
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.
California Cyclist Breaks World Record: 95,000′ Climbed In A Single Ride.
Bicycling Magazine: Craig Cannon broke the world record August 7 for most feet climbed on a bike in a 48-hour span, ascending 95,623 feet—170 higher than the previous mark… After only having his first road bike for a year, Craig Cannon from Oakland, CA, broke…
In Case You Missed It: 2015 Tour de France via GoPro
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?
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