Your 2018 April Fool's edition of La Voix
2018 club photos available for download thanks to Michael Roe!
Our Spring 2018 Kit Order is open NOW until March 19!
The shortest month of the year saw a lot of action at La Grange. Good news and bad news in this edition of La Voix. Read!
the sport of bicycle racing by providing the best race day experience for our racers. This makes La Grange deeply invested in the SoCal racing scene.
Details on Helen's Night, new sponsorships, team camp report, race reports and more!
Start our the New Year with the first La Voix of 2018. Club photo and Helen's Night date, double century report and more!
Your monthly club newsletter - Thanksgiving Ride to Benefit Meals on Wheels, carb periodization and race report.
Please join us for our annual La Grange Meals-On-Wheels Thanksgiving Day Ride! A great ride for a great cause!
2017 Award winners and banquet photos!
Complete your member profile for THREE chances to win Helen's Cycles gift cards!
Your monthly club newsletter - Rider safety, Annual Banquet and Awards Ceremony, kit order delivery and changes at our juniors development program.
The La Grange Banquet and Annual Awards Ceremony is coming! Sunday, November 5 at noon at Caffe Roma in Beverly Hills.
In between your visits to the LG | Castelli online store to order your all-new 2018 La Grange kit, we wanted to give you some weekend reading from TriFit's mad physiologist genius Jeff Rothschild...
We've not only unveiled our new kit design in our Castelli-produced video, but the LG | Castelli online store is NOW OPEN!
For the first time ever, we partnered with our friends at Castelli to bring you the world debut of our new kit in a motion picture! That's right, just in time for Oscar Season!
It's that magical time of year! It will soon be NEW KIT DAY! Here is what is coming up..
One of the most common bike routes from Santa Monica is PCH North. We all know it intimately and have done it hundreds and hundreds of times...
Welcome the first edition of La Voix created and published natively on our new website. Several weeks ago, I told you...
Ivy Koester had an amazing run at both State and National Track Championships in August. She won...
Patrick Barrett spent most of the 2018 sacrificing his own race results in order to help his teammates, both on and off the bike. Whether he was ...
2017 board of directors election results are in!
Here are your Piuma Hill Climb results, including the winners in each age category and also the overall men’s and women’s winners. You'll also find below the LG Cup winners in each age category and also the overall men’s and women’s winners.
While things are relatively quiet on the surface, we have some really exciting developments in the works that we will be announcing as early as later this month.
July was a great month to be a cyclist - well, unless your name is Peter Sagan or Richie Porte. We hope you enjoy this installment of La Voix - stay safe out there and as always, ride and abide!
It’s getting harder to write these reports. Not because the racing is any easier or more boring, but I’m literally so tired now my brain just forgets what happened during the race.
The Queen Stage. Get ready, because even reading this one is going to hurt. The day’s stage was an unending ride over kicker after kicker along the coast of Martinique, finishing with a 10k climb starting at kilometer 80 and a long but not steep descent to the finish (with a few more kickers for good measure). I knew the day would be hard, but I was determined to stick with the front group.
Do you want to get more involved in the club? Is there a program or initiative that you think would benefit the club and its members that you'd like to take on? Whether it's leading a La Grange Century (thank you Rich Hirschinger), advocating for bike lanes (thank you Kory Klem, Jonathan Weiss, Jack Weiss, Rich Hirschinger, Susan Gans, Eric Bruins, Jay Slater and Mark Elliot) or smoking brisket and ribs and serving it up at this Sunday's CBR Criterium (thank you Patrick Barrett), everything La Grange does is done by volunteers.
First off, an awesome job by quite a few of you to post some seriously sick times out there on Saturday!