A beloved and fierce women’s cycling advocate left this earth. Sorella Forte member Tonya Roe died on Friday night, January 1, 2021, in Portland, Ore., after a battle with cancer. She was 52 years young. We shared many, many memories with Tonya. We miss her spirit, her kindness, her dedication to the sport of cycling […]
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Entries by Rhonda Morin
After speaking with Sorella’s board and River City Bikes management, we have decided to cancel the Saturday morning rides starting March 14, 2020 through April 12, 2020, and maybe beyond depending on Oregon’s health department requirements. This is in line with the COVID-19 guidelines of OBRA and the state of Oregon. River City Bikes, where […]
A handful of Sorella Forte sisters made an appearance at CX Nationals in Lakewood, WA, December 10-15, 2019. It was an epic experience. Make some noise for Bonnie Rosenfeld who captured the only podium for Sorella – a silver medal! Kim Sass bravely did two of the hardest fields at nationals – the 40-44 group […]
Sorellas sure do like to have fun. And other times we train pretty hard.
Are you ready to rumble? Cyclocross 2019 starts August 31 with the opening series event of the Gran Prix Luciano Bailey at David Douglas park in Vancouver, Wash. It won’t yet be muddy, but the workout will be intense. Other terrific events coming up include the weekly Portland Trophy Cup, Blind Date at the Dairy, […]
Sorella’s annual meeting is slated for Sunday, January 27, 2019, from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. at the Fully Showroom located at 1010 SE Water Ave. in Portland. We will vote on new and renewing board members. We will announce some price changes. First-time registration stays the same at $95 and renewal is now $35 (up from […]
Join your Sorella sisters at our annual meeting Sunday, January 28 4:30-6:30 p.m. Fully Showroom 1010 SE Water Ave. Portland, OR Catch up on what’s new Meet you Sorella sisters Newest Queen Bad Ass to be crowned!
Rhonda 2017 race reports Corn Cross Singlespeed racing is always an adventure – epic courses with only one gear and disappointments when mechanicals affect the race. My season started with Corn Cross in Boring, Ore., a fast and hard race that includes dodging fallen corn husks (they hurt) through a maze, a steep, oh-my-god downhill […]