The start of the 2012 Amgen Tour of California is three months away, and as any area cycling fan knows, the race starts right here in Santa Rosa on May 13. As part of the ongoing fundraising efforts to support the cost of hosting the event, "official" T-shirts [...]
The Amgen Tour of California’s first stage in Santa Rosa is shaping up as a showcase for the best scenery Sonoma County has to offer, from Russian River Valley vineyards to rugged beauty of the Pacific Coast.
By BOB NORBERG THE PRESS DEMOCRAT The Sonoma County Bicycle Coalition has a drive under way to raise $30,000 in the next two weeks to fund its advocacy efforts and allow it to put on family-style bike rides. Those are the two things the coalition can’t do now within its [...]
It seems like the dust has hardly settled on this year’s King Ridge Granfondo and the organizers are already preparing for next year. Registration opens at 9 a.m. on Jan. 17 for the ride, which will be held on Sept. 29.
The “Bike Elves” have started their Christmas drive, collecting used children’s bicycles to repair and give away through the annual Santa Rosa Firefighters’ Toys for Tots program.
I had the good fortune Wednesday to ride with the Caravaners, a Maria Carrillo High School student club which rides to school twice a week from Skyhawk Park.
We all know professional bike riders are fast. If there was ever any doubt, Levi Leipheimer came up with a couple impressive numbers this week in his talk at a Healdsburg Chamber of Commerce luncheon meeting.
If it wasn’t for a flat tire, 71-year-old Bill Marshall may have repeated as triathlon world champion in Beijing, China, for his age group.
A Santa Rosa physician won three first places and a second to take the overall cycling title at the Huntsman World Senior Games in St. George, Utah.
A group of 125 cyclists left Fortuna bound for San Francisco on Sunday as part of Climate Ride California, a 320-mile ride that is a benefit for environmental organizations.