Guest Blog by Jeffrey Reeder, Ph.D. Dear Mayor Gorin, Vice Mayor Wysocki, and Councilmembers Vas Dupre, Sawyer, Olivares, Jacobi, and Bender, My family and I have been homeowners and residents on Humboldt Street since early 1999. I am proud to live in Santa Rosa, I am proud to live on [...]
PD reporter Bob Norberg's training dispatches continue. This week: Piling up the miles, 58.2 on Saturday, with a 650-foot climb up the first three miles of Pine Flat Road in the Mayacamas just to warm the legs up.
PD reporter Bob Norberg continues his blog dispatches as he prepares for the GranFondo. Follow along.
PD writer Bob Norberg's latest update: We should have known from the beginning Sunday morning that we were going to get wet. It was billed as a Levi Leipheimer King Ridge GranFondo preview, a dry run for the Oct. 9 event. Ha!
PD reporter Bob Norberg continues his dispatches from the road as he trains for the King Ridge GranFondo. Follow along with Bob.
A request from City of Santa Rosa staff: We just unveiled a bike project we completed on Montgomery Dr that I’d like to get the word out about. It is an actuated bicycle warning beacon. The idea is similar to the “bikes in tunnel” warning beacon, but in this case [...]
PD reporter Bob Norberg tackles a very 'nasty' Pine Flat Road in his GranFondo training. Follow along.
Guest Blog: Martin Clinton Once upon a time in the woodland city of Santa Rodent there lived a rabbit who loved to ride his bicycle. But his friends called him the Gutter Bunny! Because he was afraid of cars and trucks, that's where he rode - as close to the [...]
There is an unnamed ridge separating Dry Creek and Alexander valleys, a tapered finger pointing south from Warm Springs Dam with only three roads crossing it … Dutcher Creek, Canyon and Lytton Springs. PD reporter Bob Norberg's GranFondo training continues.
Three-day Labor Day weekend and three days of training for the medio GranFondo. More from PD reporter Bob Norberg, who's hitting the road getting ready for the big ride.