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June 2011 Changing Gears

The June 2011 DBC Newsletter

In this issue:

New Members - June 2011

DBC welcomes its new members!

Thanks for your help making the Double Century happen!

Where do I start, and how can I acknowledge the enormous amount of thanks to everyone involved in the organization and running of the DC??!!

Men's Category 4 Chico Stage Race

Carson Jeffres took a 2nd Place in the General Classification of the Chico Stage Race (combining a Road Race, a Criterium, and a Time Trial) held on April 16-17, 2011.

Auburn Men's Cat 4 race

Jeff Schaller takes 3rd in the Auburn Criterium Cat 4 race on May 1, 2011

Berkeley Hills Road Race, F1/2/3

Johanna Trueblood takes 3rd place in the road race held May 7th, 2011.

June membership speaker announced

For our June 13th membership meeting

Berkeley Hills Road Race, Pittsburg Criterium report

Christopher Harland-Dunaway rode the men's Cat 4 Pittsburg Criterium to a 1st and then the Berkeley Hills Road Race 1st place as well!

Davis Bike Club to help with LiveSTRONG Challenge

DBC will sponsor a rest stop for this, the first of the LIVESTRONG challenge events to be held here in Davis.

Rockhopper Classic Race, May 7th, 2011

Mike Pugh rode the Rockhopper Classic, a 19 mile mountain bike race at Pena Adobe, to a 1st place finish in the 40+ category!

DC facts and figures for 2011

Here are a few of the basics about this years event.

Local video of the 2011 DC experience

Eric Norris has edited a fine video of the DC experience

Modesto Men's Cat 3 Road Race May 15th, 2011

Doug Rowland rode 72 miles to a 9th place finish in the Men's Category 3 road race.

California Time Trial to be held September 25, 2011 in Faetano Italy

Cedaron Medical, Davis Wheelworks, and Italian bike shop Cicli Tonti are pleased to invite you to participate in the inaugural California Time Trial to be held September 25, 2011 in Faetano Italy.

Author writes about RAAM, WSJ reviews it

Amy Synder, a retired management consultant turned Ironman triathlete and cyclist couldn't fathom doing something like the RAAM. She became curious and followed the event in 2009. The race, she says, became an allegory about self discover and breaking through personal barriers that offers lessons for cyclists and non-cyclists alike.

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