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Old 01-29-10, 09:17 AM   #1
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CX Worlds Coming To the US (Louisville, KY) in 2013

http://velonews.competitor.com/2010/...-worlds_103288
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This is awesome!
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So cross, bourbon and barbeque - I'm happy already. (We'll have to hide the Waffle Houses to keep from offending the Belgians.)
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So cross, bourbon and barbeque - I'm happy already. (We'll have to hide the Waffle Houses to keep from offending the Belgians.)
You have to get pretty far from where the course will be to find a Waffle House(halfway across the county in any given direction)...luckily the core of the city is still (mostly) ruled by Local dining options. The Belgians will be happy that there is a beer bar with nearly 1,000 beers just a couple pedal strokes away from the new course.
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I digress, but I always mistrust places that brag about the number of different kinds of anything they serve. Give me a pub with three or four good beers on tap and keep 'em fresh.

But yes, I'll have to be there for worlds. I have this feeling it will be a big ol' party, not to be missed.
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I don't know - a good selection of bottled beers can be fun. Never would have had Mackeson Triple Stout otherwise. (It's a bit sweet, so not something for everyday.)
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Well I am extremely excited for this. Living 30 min from Louisville its very easy for me to make it to the show. This is a great opportunity for USA to show our enthusiasm for cycling with a big turnout. I will have a 3 year old son by then too and love the idea of taking him....enen if he doesnt remember it lol.
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You have to get pretty far from where the course will be to find a Waffle House(halfway across the county in any given direction)...luckily the core of the city is still (mostly) ruled by Local dining options. The Belgians will be happy that there is a beer bar with nearly 1,000 beers just a couple pedal strokes away from the new course.
Wait, I've actually been to a Waffle House in Louisville. Last year.
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Is there such a thing as a World Champion CX4?
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