Cycling

Woodcreek Earns Division I North Coast Race Championship

Woodcreek High School’s mountain bike team was founded in 2006 by head coach Jim Winne and coach Chris LaFazia. They have built not just a great team but an elite, sustainabl ...

Timberwolves Race to 3rd-Place Finish

With vineyards and rolling farmland providing a visually stunning setting, Woodcreek High School’s cycling team headed west to Petaluma for the fourth NorCal race of the seas ...

ATHLETES OF THE WEEK

  Bryce Lewis - Woodcreek Cycling   Woodcreek’s senior cycler Bryce Lewis has become one of the top racers in the state over the past four years. Not only d ...

Woodcreek Races to Second-Place Finish at Laguna Seca

Woodcreek High’s cycling team, under the leadership of head coach Jim Winne, continues to excel in the 2015 NorCal mountain bike racing series this year. The team took second ...

WHS Cycling Off to Fast Start

Rolling across terrain that years ago was home to tanks, infantry and artillery, Woodcreek High School’s mountain bike team raced to a third place finish at Fort Ord in ...

USA BMX State Finals at Oak Creek in Roseville

The USA BMX Northern California State Finals are coming to Roseville's Oak Creek BMX again. The event is scheduled for Sept. 19-21. Oak Creek BMX has a long history of hosting ...

Woodcreek’s Lewis wins JV race in NorCal cycling event

Woodcreek High School cyclist Bryce Lewis has been running — well, pedaling — with the big dogs this spring. And that means pedaling up front. Lewis continued his brea ...

Antelope graduate Mahannah is soccer All-American at Sierra College

Sierra College sophomore forward Miani Mahannah, a 2011 graduate of Antelope High School, was named to the National Soccer Coaches Association of America Junior College Division 1 ...

Roseville speedway is a hit with cyclists

After trading in engines for bike pedals, it was all smiles at All American Speedway on Sunday.The inaugural Placer Valley Grand Prix Criterium took place all day with amateur and ...

Roseville family rides for research on disease

The Sea Otter Gran Fondo went so well that Brent Fink and son Austin are going to go cycling again.“We signed up for the next ride Sept. 16,” Brent Fink said of a 75-mi ...