By ROD HIRSCH • May 30, 2017 SOMERVILLE, NJ — Noah Granigan’s dramatic win in the 74th annual Tour of Somerville Kugler-Anderson Memorial Men’s Race was the defining moment in what race announcer Ron Czajkowski described as “a story book day with a fairytale finish.” Granigan, the reigning USA Collegiate Cycling Champion, barely made it to … Continue reading 74th Annual Tour of Somerville Cycling Series: ‘A Storybook Day with a Fairytale Finish’
By Craig Turpin firstname.lastname@example.org, NJ Advance Media for NJ.com, May 26, 2017 SOMERVILLE — National Collegiate Cycling Champion Noah Granigan will travel from Ireland to New Jersey on Memorial Day to take part in the 74th annual Tour of Somerville. The New Jersey native, who lives in Cape May, plans to board a plane at Ireland’s Dublin Airport on … Continue reading Man will travel 3K miles on Memorial Day to race in N.J.
By ROD HIRSCH • May 24, 2017 SOMERVILLE, NJ – National Collegiate Cycling Champion Noah Granigan’s transatlantic journey to participate in the 74th annual Tour of Somerville senior men’s bike race will add yet another rich chapter to the extraordinary history of what has been described as the Kentucky Derby of Competitive Cycling. For Granigan, the … Continue reading Tour of Somerville: USA Collegiate Cycling Champion Determined to Arrive on Time From Ireland
Heraldmailmedia.com • Aaron Lighter • June 18, 2017 WILLIAMSPORT — On the second day of the Tour of Washington County, the Boonsboro time trial on Sunday morning was crucial to deciding the cycling event’s overall winner. After finishing second in the first stage, Noah Granigan, 21, of Cape May Court House, N.J., capitalized on a … Continue reading Granigan gets time (trial) on his side to win Tour of Washington County cycling title