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Track Cycling

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  • Bicycling magazine's 2012 Fall Classic has rides for everyone

    Bicycling magazine is at it again for the second straight year. The 2012 Bicycling Fall Classic, presented by Specialized, will take place Sunday, Oct. 7, from the Valley Preferred Cycling Center and will once again feature the "Roubaix-style" finish...
  • Bobby Lea racing in Philly in Sunday

    Bobby Lea knows it wasn't the best of finishes for him at the 2012 Tour of Somerville on Monday. "The result wasn't that great, but I think the race itself was pretty good for me," the cyclist from Topton said as he pondered an 84th-place finish...
  • 75 Summer Things To Watch

    Looking to fill out your summer sports-watching calendar? Well 2012 will be a busy summer, both locally and nationally. Here are some highlights. Now-June 10 — French Open men's and women's tennis championships, France Now-June 13 — NHL...
  • Pasadena Senior Games Competition spices up in second week

    There was a certain significance to the second week of action of the 20th annual Pasadena Senior Games, which was highlighted by golf and cycling. The cycling competition, held at Long Beach’s El Dorado Park on Tuesday and Wednesday, served as both...
  • Nothstein's 'Price of Gold' reveals struggles en route to success

    Nothstein's 'Price of Gold' reveals struggles en route to success
    "My eyes lock on Rousseau's rear wheel; my legs fire. A rapture of pain overwhelms my entire body. This is my ninth all-out sprint in the past day and a half and every muscle in my body is depleted of energy. I'm sprinting on determination, on heart, on...
  • Tamayo makes U.S. Olympic team

    Tamayo makes U.S. Olympic team
    Seventeen years ago, in 1995, one year after Trexlertown's Marty Nothstein won two world championships in cycling, 11-year-old Lauren Franges first pedaled her way around the 333-meter concrete crater now known as the Valley Preferred Cycling Center in...
  • Nothstein to discuss 'Price of Gold' at junior nationals

    It's no secret that the Valley Preferred Cycling Center in Trexlertown will be hosting the 2012 USA Junior Track Nationals. The mecca of track cycling in the United States also will host "Junior Natz" in 2013. The event gives future U.S. cycling stars...
  • State report: Newport rates high in bike accidents

    As the Newport Beach community mourned two cyclists killed within two days, concerns about cycling safety have resurfaced with fresh intensity. But while city officials and advocates said infrastructure improvements are important, changes must start...
  • Baranoski, Marquardt shine at collegiate nationals

    Baranoski, Marquardt shine at collegiate nationals
    Matt Baranoksi of Perkasie, Colleen Hayduk of Kutztown, Mandy Marquardt of Topton and Mary Costelloe of Emmaus all cleaned up at the 2012 USA Cycling Collegiate Track National Championships in Frisco, Texas last week. Baranoski, racing for Penn State-...
  • Book review: 'Gold' by Chris Cleave doesn't medal

    Book review: 'Gold' by Chris Cleave doesn't medal
    -------------------- Gold Chris Cleave Simon & Schuster: 336 pp., $27 -------------------- There are undoubtedly fans of Chris Cleave who will pick up his new novel, "Gold," and enjoy it as much as they did his blockbuster bestseller, "Little Bee."...
  • A special tribute to GIs is planned at the velodrome's annual 'Keirin Cup'

    A special tribute to GIs is planned at the velodrome's annual 'Keirin Cup'
    Military people, past and present, including those who never actually had combat duty, always admire courage. It's a fundamental part of GI culture. It does not necessarily have to be the kind of courage that results in the award of military medals. On...
  • Briefs: 'Eaters in London

    The UC Irvine contingent at the Olympic Games in London includes Amber Neben, a women's road cyclist who earned a master's degree from UCI. Neben attended Orange Lutheran High and competed in track and field at the University of Nebraska, where she was...