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Tripling up

Started this discussion. Last reply by FallDownGoBoom Nov 3, 2009. 4 Replies

All Hallows 'Cross 2009 race reportHughesville, MDOctober 31, 2009Wet conditions, mostly fast course with one AWESOME singletrack section, a LONG sand horse arena (thankfully tracked, wet, and solid…Continue

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Hometown:
Richmond, VA
About Me:
If I could combine fitness and luck in one race, maybe... just maybe! I could win.
Current Bike Collection:
November Hot Buns
Bianchi San Jose
Cannondale SuperSix
Niner Air9
Niner One9
Favorite Race:
2007 National Champs, KC
Favorite thing about cyclocross:
All the skillz
How long have you been racing cyclocross?
14 years
Racing category:
veteran

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At 3:52pm on October 29, 2009, Chris Mayhew said…
That's cool. At least you're basing it on experience and not just throwing it on there. I've not experienced and have had some clients complain even a 40 was too big. If it works it works.
At 1:13pm on October 29, 2009, Chris Mayhew said…
That thread is closed for some reason. Anyways, I stand by a 46 being too big. Even Andrew cops to it by then saying he uses it on the road when not racing.

Try a 42 some time, it might work out for you. Good luck with your racing, regardless of what you use :)
 
 
 

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