Cross races have changed, but our standards remain the same. Whether conditions are simply wet or muddy to the core - Cyclocross Mud takes them all. Due to its open tread profile, it clears mud readily and provides ample traction on even the steepest sections. Thanks to the slight 32mm profile the Cylocross Mud allows ample frame clearance while knifing to the bottom to find traction.
I used to road race (Cat3) years ago and since jumped back and forth between MTB and road. As a project I put together an off road 700c bike with Kenda Kwick 30c tires. My question is, are there any races without mud? I really don't like mud. Originally I had two single pivot brakes on the bike, but ... Read More »
Title says it all.....
If the babysitter gets well between now and then, I'll hopefully be there riding.... If not, I guess I'll bring the vid camera.....
I last did this race in '96 and weighed about 80lbs less..... : (
Should be fun either way:thumbsup:
[url]http://www.outdoorsinc ... Read More »
Results and Photos are posted. Also check out photos from the NC State championships in Hendersonville, NC. You must be present at the last race (12/4/04) to claim your prize should you win anything in the raffle. Lastly, don't forget to vote for your favorite MSG course. Instructions for the poll ... Read More »