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Blog Posts in January, 2012

El Camino Bike Shop

Proudly serving Encinitas and North County is the El Camino Bike Shop. Fittingly, they are located near Encinitas Boulevard and El Camino Real. They can be found at www.elcaminobikeshop.biz. The ...
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UcCyclery – La Jolla, CA

Dave Sadeghi, Owner of UcCyclery, studied mechanical engineering, then followed his dream - owning a high end bicycle store focusing on customer service. It shows! That was over 25 years ago. Today, ...
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9th Annual SPY Red Trolley Classic

We are only 6 days away from the 9th Annual SPY Red Trolley Classic Criterium, which takes place February 5th, 2012. Here is some information about this year’s race, along with the flyer. For ...
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SPY Colocross Race Saturday, Jan 7 at CSUSM

Look for some fun this Saturday in North County San Diego! A good fast course with some challenging dirt sections including the SPY-clone! The course uses part of the cross country running and frisbee ...
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New DUI Law Takes Effect Jan. 1, 2012

Starting January 1, 2012, a new DUI Law takes effect for repeat offenders. Abc.com The new law allows a judge to punish a repeat DUI offender with a suspension of up to 10 years after a third ...
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