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1977 Southern California Racing Program
Item# 1977SoCalRacing [1977SoCalRacing]
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A 60 page professionally designed program covering the 1977 Bike Racing in Southern California. Cycling Clubs and individuals are pictured and named. Also included is an abundance of information about track & road racing as well as competition records. The dimensions are 8 1/2 x 11 inches. This image is the outside front cover. See the picture gallery.

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The Contents page


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Page 11, the Encino Velodrome (250 meters) and the San Diego Velodrome (333 1/3 meters) and explanations of the lines on the tracks


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Page 18 photos of Ron Skarin and Grant Foster, and a list of the 1976 USCF National Champions: Wayne Stetina, Connie Carpenter, Larry Shields, Fran Sazeri, Jim Meyers, Jeff Bradley, Jaque Bradley, Grant Foster, John Howard, Lyn Lemaire, Nikola Farac Ban and Andy Weaver.


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Page 19 photo of the 1976 National Team Pursuit Champions, L to R: Kevin Lutz, Ron Skarin, Paul Murray and Paul Deem. Also included is a list of the 1976 USCF National Track Champions: Leigh Barcewski, Bob Vehe, Leonard Nitz, Chris Springer, Sheila Young, Connie Carpenter, Jane Brennan Jeff Bradley, Connie Paraskevin, Guillermo Lopez and Kristy Walz.


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Page 21 photos of two cycling clubs; (1) ARCO North Hollywood Wheelmen and Hidden Valley Y Bicycle Club.


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Page 22, pictured are two clubs; (1) Major Motion Cycling Club and (2) Marina Del Rey Cycle Club. Also mentioned are the Orange County Wheelmen and the Pacific Cyclists.


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Page 23, photos of two cycling clubs; (1) Pasadena Athletic Association Cycle Team sponsored by Windsor Bicycles, and (2) Montrose Cycle Club sponsored by SunTour & Nishiki. Also mentioned are the Las Vegas Wheelmen and the Santa Barbara Bicycle Club (formerly the Painted Cave Bicycle Club).


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Page 24, pictured are two clubs; (1) Riverside Bicycle Club and (2) Mt. Baldy Cycling Club sponsored by Nishiki. Also mentioned is the Carlsbad Bicycle Club


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Page 25, pictured are two clubs; (1) Paramount Cycle Club sponsored by Schwinn and (2) San Diego Bicycle Club sponsored by Shimano. Also mentioned is the Los Angeles Wheelmen.


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Page 26, pictured are tow clubs; (1) South Bay Wheelmen sponsored by Gitane and (2) Velo Club La Grange/Westwood sponsored by Peugeot. Also mentioned is Velo Orange bicycling Club sponsored by Peugeot.


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Page 27, pictured is the Quick Release Bicycling Club sponsored by Zeus. Also mentioned is the Ventura County Bicycle Club sponsored by Bill's Bike Shop


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Page 29, photos and bios of four racers; Bob Allen, Jerry Ash, Mary Baker and Andy Bell.


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Page 30, photos and bios of four racers; Elleen Burns, Bob Buyny, Jane Buyny and Paul Deem


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Page 31, photos and bios of three racers; Doug Dulgeroff, Tony Dulgeroff and Chris Farrell


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Page 31, photos and bios of three racers; Greg Foster, Ken Fuller and Clark Germain


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Page 33, photos and bios of three racers; Dave Gordon, Linda Stein Haley and Harold (Cliff) Halsey


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Page 34, photos and bios of three racers; Gibby Hatton, James (J.P.) Holleman and Bob Keane


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Page 35, photos and bios of three racers; Arturo Lewin, Kevin Lutz and Pat McDonough


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Page 36, photos and bios of four racers; Jim Meyers, Scott Miller, Xavier (Rudy) Mirander and Diana Monsalve


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Page 37, photos and bios of three racers; Todd Morey, Paul Murray and Hanna North


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Page 38, photos and bios of three racers; Rory O'Reilly, Karen Roy and Jan Russell


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Page 39, photos and bios of four racers; Ira Schaffer, Ray Schultz, Larry Shields and Ron Skarin


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Page 40, photos and bios of two racers; Tom Sneddon and Butch Stinton. There is also a bio for Jeff Spencer.


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Page 41, photos and bios of three racers; Ralph Therrio, Paul Vine and Thad Wakeman


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Page 42, photos and bios of three racers; David Whitehead, Mark Whitehead and Al Wilson


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Page 53, pictured is the Human-Powered Vehicle built by Dr. Allan Abbott


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Page 54, pictures of three human-Powered Vehicles; (1) the Alec Brooks recumbent streamliner, (2) the Chester Kyle streamliner and a photo of Chester Kyle congratulating Ron Skarin after Ron established four world H.P.V. records in November 1974.


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Page 55, photos of three H.P,V,'s; (1) the Paul Van Valpenburg Aeroshell, (2) the world's fastest H.P.V., a triplet built by Darryl LeVesque, co-sponsored by Nishiki, and (3) Bill Watson pedaling a Human-Powered Airplane.


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Page 56, a photo of a 4-man pursuit team riding on the Encino Velodrome and a Glossary of Cycling Terms

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