It started as a hum from around the corner. The clicking of changing gears and buzzing bike chains grew louder and louder until the first of a…
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If football is called a game of inches, then cycling is a sport of millimeters.
After an intense 65-minute winding ride through the streets of Downtown Lodi on Sunday, a matter of millimeters is what it came down to between professional riders Eric Marcotte and Steve Reaney. After a five-minute official review, Marcotte, a Scottsdale, Ariz. resident, held on for the win to claim the men’s pro category 1/2 race title out of 70 riders in the third annual Lodi Cycle Fest.