Featured Photo by Chris Brown It wasn’t until the night before this race that I decided to come out to the UC Santa Cruz Slugapalooza Criterium in Salinas. I’m glad … Continue reading Racing with Laurens TEN DAM
An army of one is mightier than an army of many!
CATEGORY Women’s Pro/1/2 DATE Sunday, April 26th, 2015 COURSE DESCRIPTION 0.7 mile counter-clockwise course starting in front of the City Hall. Lots of spectators, lots of primes, great prizes! RACE … Continue reading Budweiser Sequoia Cycling Classic Criterium
Sometimes it all comes down to the final sprint.
Though there aren’t any cobblestones on this course, due to the poor conditions of these roads, the Copperopolis Road Race is often referred to as the Paris Roubaix of California. Here my race report from this year’s Women’s Pro 1/2 race.
This year truly has been exciting for me and probably will continue like this as long as I find something to be excited about and to be inspired by those … Continue reading What a Year, and It’s far from Over
I was thrilled it didn’t rain at all for the race. The weather forecast people lied (but what’s new). Joined Evan and Co. for the early morning ride to Turlock, … Continue reading Turlock Road Race
I was a bit disappointed by the turnout in today’s race. Compared to last weekend, at the Bariani RR, where there were 57 Cat 4 women in the race, today’s … Continue reading Off the Front Omnium–Circuit Race and Time Trial
I hadn’t even considered doing the Bariani RR until Jen got a hold of me and asked me to join her on the long haul to Zamora, CA. If she … Continue reading 2014 Bariani Road Race
What a tiring morning, but it was worth it. For the Red Kite trip my dad wanted to tag along. After a wonderful dinner with my family at my favorite … Continue reading Red Kite Omnium Series #2 Criterium
Where to begin? I really didn’t even want to write a race report for this past Sunday, mainly out of pure frustration. I know I have made a lot of … Continue reading UCSC Salinas Valley Criterium…Hitting the learning curve hard