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  • Guest Column: A reflection on cycling in Europe

    Guest Column: A reflection on cycling in Europe
    Whether it should be considered an epic or simply an experience, I do know that it was the adventure of a lifetime. After having time to reflect on the two months of Belgian and European road racing, which I embarked on from the end of June to the beginning of August, I have found myself constantly returning to thoughts about the phenomenal European culture. The time that I spent overseas is a trip that will be remembered for the remainder of my life.
  • Reaching for a greener tomorrow

    Reaching for a greener tomorrow
    Students at Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy and Crestview Preparatory School have been taking field trips to Catalina Island for the Catalina Environmental Leadership Program for years, but this week the program’s counselors turned the tables by...

    Start the Presses: How else will he get home?

    Sweating and huffing on my bicycle near the Fairmont Avenue bridge, about four miles into my ride, the mosquitoes attacked. “Gaaghh,” I yelped, clawing the little bloodsuckers off my neck and arms. “Get off!” The road runs next...

    Gran Fondo Giro d'Italia rides into town

    PASADENA — With an estimated 600 cyclists and bicycle enthusiasts set to descend upon Pasadena and ascend into La CaƱada Flintridge and beyond, the great experiment of Italian-American cycling begins Sunday morning at Pasadena City Hall. The Gran...

    Giro d'Italia cycles through town

    PASADENA — When Gene Rossini learned that the Gran Fondo Giro d’Italia was making its North American debut on Sunday, the 66-year-old Pasadena resident needed little incentive to scrawl his name on the sign-up sheet. “I thought great,&...