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  1. #1
    Rabbinic Authority
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    #&*@! Mid-Atlantic Cyclocross

    Been checking the weather all week and for this weekend when I race; nothing but blue skies and maybe a passing cloud.

    A lone, passing, fluffy, empty cloud in otherwise pristine blue skies with nary a rain drop in sight.

    sigh

    Good thing I've got lots of mud clearence on my CX bike...

    (and it doesn't help that a co-worker of mine has been showing me pictures of her CX-racing brother-in-law coated in luscious Portland, Oregon mud)
    "Trails are for cyclocross bikes and mountain bikes only. Hiking and Horse Back riding is strictly prohibited. Horses will be confiscated and shot."

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    Come up to New England. Tomorrow morning's UCI race in Farmington, CT promises high winds, lots of rain, and a high temp of 40 F. Good times.

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    Oh The Huge Manatee Lithuania's Avatar
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    i was definitely looking forward to mud and wet conditions too. i feel like i am not getting the real cross experience.

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    Ciclismo cross in Richmond was a lot of fun. But I couldn't help but feel I would have been faster on my pure road bike than on my repurposed commuter!

    Chimborazo was a little muddy though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by acorn_user View Post
    Ciclismo cross in Richmond was a lot of fun. But I couldn't help but feel I would have been faster on my pure road bike than on my repurposed commuter!

    Chimborazo was a little muddy though.
    Do you know if results for last weekend's races are posted anywhere? Haven't seen them on vacycling.org yet.

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