"nope. Expect same size fields maybe even bigger...
Charm City is super flowy and fun.
Granogue is a slower course, more technical, more elevation change. Off Chamber skills are key.
both great events. But of course I might be a little…"
"I know. And I agree with Marc. And it is a situation that I hope to personally remedy for other upcoming MAC races.
As for you, I was just wondering if you were going to post a report to the team list serve. It's something that the team, with…"
"Yeah, East Coast coverage was overwhelmed by the action on the west. I can tell you that there is a strong rumor that CXM will have someone at the next MAC weekend.
And Oliver, where exactly is your race report?"
How about some love for the UCI C2 events on the East Coast Last weekend?Nittany Cross and Charm City? What's up with no coverage?I can read about new road tires, but nothing for 2 UCI races?I know race reports were written. What Gives?much respect.fatmarcSee More
"A few years ago UCI/USCF limited the number of barriers on the course At the time I will admit i was pretty bummed out, part of the lure of cross was the barriers. The end result I have to admit, in our region (the midatlantic) has forced promoters…"
overweight lover in the house.
proud member of Delaware Cyclocross Coalition of Delaware.
Current Bike Collection:
2 Fort ALU crossmax
1 Fuju road bike
1 Niner mountain bike (black)
1 Hipster Fixed Gear
Granogue Cross (duh)
Charm City Cross
AHM's race in NOHO is a great course
I have them.
Favorite thing about cyclocross:
Close Racing. No matter where in the pack you are there is someone chasing you, and you are chasing someone.
Pulls riders from everywhere, courses for horses, different skill sets of riders shine in different areas.
How long have you been racing cyclocross?
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Yeah, I had heard fleeting mentions of the DCCofD before. I volunteered at Fair Hill this year (and at the Granogue MTB race this year and last) and that forced me to buy yet another bike to give this cross thing a try. Thinking of Charm City as my first race, any advice?