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24 Jun 19
In The Know Cycling

There’s no arguing that a versatile set of deep-profile rims gains you free watts on the road, which means more speed, better results, and faster category upgrades if you have the right budget. And while we’re no stranger to adapting those fast road rims to get our carbon fix on the cyclocross…

24 Jun 19
In The Know Cycling

Niner’s lightweight and bombproof Carbon XC DT 350 Boost Wheelset is back with an extra dose of burly stiffness compliments of its beefy axle widths. Rolling fast on DT Swiss’ lauded 350 hubs, this wheelset boasts industry-leading tubeless design and a 24mm internal rim width that provides a wide…

23 Jun 19
In The Know Cycling

Since it’s built with the same technology found throughout Niner’s top-level carbon frames, you won’t be surprised to learn that the Flat Top RDO Carbon Handlebar loses a cool 20g of claimed weight compared to the non-RDO carbon model. Those lost grams litter the RDO bar’s trail of production,…

23 Jun 19
Virile Theory

Remember techno bowl? Ya, I’m that old… I’d stay up all night decimating DB’s because Bo knows football and 8 bit Bo could run circles around anybody. As super human as he was in real life he was a ninja with the force of the jedi on Nintendo. My Dad was an old school Raider […]

23 Jun 19
Niners Wire

The 49ers made 13 first-round picks in the 2010s. There’s a battle at the top for which pick was the best.

23 Jun 19
In The Know Cycling

The BSB 9 3-Star Complete Cyclocross Bike from Niner keeps its Blood, Sweat, and Beers mantra going and adds new paint to go with last year’s update to flat mount discs. It continues with its thru-axles on either end adding stiffness and a sprightly, responsive liveliness to the ride. This build…

23 Jun 19
Manic Sylph Writes... Poetry & Thoughts by Mona Soorma

Hello and welcome back! Today, we are going to meet a very interesting couple, both excellent writers with their own style and fan following, as they talk about sharing one of their greatest passions in life. For those of you who are just getting to know them, read more about PMF and Sandra right now, or […]

23 Jun 19
Cards Wire

We check in with each team around the NFC West. What has been going on with the Niners?

23 Jun 19
In The Know Cycling

For a while, aluminum tended to be on the back-burner when it came to high-performance bike components, but that’s all changing with gear like the Niner RDO Stem. It’s seriously light, at just 115g in the largest 110mm length, and strong enough to charge anything you feel like pointing your bike…

23 Jun 19
Making TOday Our SOMEday

Heading NE for 3.5 hrs brought us to Cold Lake Alberta, located on the border between Alberta and Saskatchewan. Cold Lake is well known for many things such as a very cold lake and was once considered “mosquito capital of the world”! Ok, truth be known, I made the last one up but go ahead […]

23 Jun 19
Niners Wire

The 49ers have a slew of big-time contract questions to answer next offseason.

23 Jun 19
Daily Republic

Bowling Stars Recreation Center SUMMER REJECTS: Ben Wood 20, Mike Mize 233, Todd Arvin 219, Charles Jackson 226, Curtis Enyart 209, 204, Annette Grover 181 (140 avg), Ron Brown 222, Eric Sweeney 225, 222, Marcus Harris 223, 247, Cliff Letterman 254, Phil Miranda, 268, Ray Higuera 215, 230, David Bean 2221, Josh Moore 235, Doug […]

22 Jun 19
Daily Republic

Editor’s note: To have an announcement run in Signups, send information to sports@dailyrepublic.net. PARADISE VALLEY WOMEN’S 18-HOLE GOLF GROUP REGISTRATION — Registration for the current season is ongoing. The group meets for play every Monday at 8 a.m. For more information, call 864-0486. RANCHO SOLANO LADIES GOLF CLUB REGISTRATION — Rancho Solano Ladies Club membership […]

22 Jun 19
The Reporter
Sir Branch 99 On Monday, June 17, at Davis Municipal Golf Course, Gary Selby won first flight with a net 6, edging out Doug Schneider, who also had a 61, on the handicap hole tiebreaker. Dan Powell was next with a 63. In second flight, Ken O’Connell won with a net 59. Jack Motes (60) was second and Chuck Murtishaw (62) finished third. Gary Brender won third flight with a net 60. Dick Babington and John Fink both carded 61s, Babington taking second place by virtue of the handicap hole tiebreaker. Schneider was closest to the pin on hole No. 5 at 8 feet, 7 inches. Kent Carlson was nearest on No. 7 at 8 feet, 5 inches. ON No. 11 Selby was closest a foot and 10 inches. Bruce Lassiter came closest on No. 16 at 9 feet, 4 inches. Sirs 106 In first flight, Chuck Ristan was low with a net 69, followed by Joe Chu (72) and Rich Forgie (73). Mike Miller took second flight with a net 63. Steve Acord (66) was second. Jim Winchell and Doug Beaumont both had 68s. Werner Schmid and Lee O’Dell both shot net 68s on flight three. Pat Cleaver was next with a 72. Gary Fox won flight four with a net 57, followed by Rick Newman (67) and Whit Whitman (68). In flight five, Vic Tomasyan was low with a net 63, followed by Mike James (69). Dirk Minnema and James Patterson both shot 70s. Beaumont was closest to the hole on No. 3 at 3 feet even. Forgie was nearest on No. 8 at 4 feet, 9 inches. Mike Mastrocovo was closest on No. 12 at 6 feet, 5 inches. Miller was closest on No. 15 at 11 feet, 3 inches. Nine Arounders On Tuesday, the game was Sweeps and holes that start with T and F, 1/2 handicap. Juke Moses won first flight with a score of 14. Gloria Niccoli finished second with a 15.5. There was a three-way tie for first in second flight, Lynne Powell, Sue Watkins and Kitty Lockwood all recording a 12.5. Sandy Lachford was next with a 15.5. Green Tree Niners On Thursday in Sweeps, Liz Dykstra won first flight with a net 30. Nancy Schlesinger and Kitty Lockwood both had 32s, while Pat Briscoe carded a 33 and Judi Moses a 34. In flight two, Sandy Latchford won with a net 25, followed by Gloria Ostrum (27), Pat Alvestad (31), Chris Robertson (33) and Judy Horan (34). Paradise Valley Women’s Golf Club Finishing in first place with a 111 were Joan McCluskey, Carol Boudreau, Oksun Parrott and Becky Olson. Next with a 120 were Stella Gaudet, Katie Nguyen, and Margaret Renn. Darlene Goodman, Jackie Smith, Elaine Hahn and Keleyne Maertz finished third with a 121. Parrott chipped in on hole No. 12 and Smith on No. 17. Goodman birdied No. 8 and Parrott birdied No. 12. Regina Cortez was closest to the pin on No. 8 at 23 feet, 1 inch.
22 Jun 19
Niners Wire

The 49ers are at a turning point as a team, but these eight players are at individual turning points in their careers.

22 Jun 19
JP@Donleavy’s

The three sat on their stools at their end of the bar. JP, Mono and Rasher. It was as if they had a lease on those particular stools. It was as if time stood still or déjà vu perpetually cycled. On a few occasions they had arrived, and their stools were in use. This usually […]