California nearing huge milestone in solar deployment

California nearing huge milestone in solar deployment

Golden state cements place as America’s solar leader California has cemented its place as America’s solar leader, according to the recently-released U.S. Solar Market Insight 2014 Year in Review, and stands poised to become the first state in the nation to have...
Get Wet Wednesday: Whiskeytown Whitewater

Get Wet Wednesday: Whiskeytown Whitewater

Despite California’s historic drought, whitewater is out there  A well executed boof stroke keeps your bow from taking a nosedive when running drops. Photo: Haven Livingston. There’s still not much rain, but a few reliable flowing rivers and creeks in...
Save the Date

Save the Date

Great Sierra River Cleanup Photo courtesy of Sierra Nevada Conservancy. For five years running, the third Saturday of September has drawn thousands of volunteers to the Sierra Nevada for the largest volunteer event in the region—the Great Sierra River Cleanup,...
The Angry Singlespeeder: That Tingling Sensation

The Angry Singlespeeder: That Tingling Sensation

By Kurt Gensheimer The leaves are off the trees, the sun is setting before you get home from work and the biting cold forces winter jackets from the depths of your closet. But for most people who live in California, it’s not really winter; at least according to the...
Spinning to Paradise and Back

Spinning to Paradise and Back

Riders approaching the Durham Rest Stop, photo by Dave Wyman. Chico’s 30-year-old Wildflower still one of the best centuries to test your riding legs, even for a rookie over 50 By Tim Hauserman When you get to a certain age — say when the women you are riding with...
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