Race Report – Infinity CX Day 2 – Sebastian Inlet

On December 11, 2012 by Christian

Sunday dawned with a the remains of an overnight rain as we motored towards Melbourne for day 2 of Infinity CX. I was following Walter and Jason, and a creepy black Dodge van with tinted windows and a “Girl Scouts Go Places” bumper sticker was following me. Obviously, I was concerned, as the van made every turn that we did, from the FL Turnpike to 528 to I-95, and then the exit to Melbourne. It stopped behind me at the stop light. Then, it pulled up beside me , and rolled down it’s creepy driver’s window creepily…

… And Rich Dybdahl (Pure Cycles) made the “I’m watching you” sign. Sigh. Like I need that crap at 7.48 am.

Anyrate, after driving for miles down A1A, we reached Sebastian Inlet State Park, parked the cars, and proceded to get eaten alive by noseeums. Registered, pinned numbers, hung out with Dario, because I’m cool enough to hang out with dudes named Dario who live in Miami. Take it. Decided to pre-ride the course. I’ll let this video from Jack Rich’s seat rails explain that to you:

(Thanks, Jack)

Let’s be real. The course looked like it was going to be terrible. But I tell you what, that beach ride was AMAZING. The barriers leading onto it, the super tight hairpin, the million choices of lines across the beach that were never the right one, the ride-able telephone pole barrier at the end of it, all of it was AMAZING. The course was at least two minutes too short, but they really used about as much of the park as possible, and it all worked, somehow. Except the pinwheel. Everyone hated the pinwheel, in spite of the festive Xmas tree in the middle of it, which was actually awesome. The pinwheel was both absurdly narrow, it was also on pretty loose sand. There was maybe one good line through it, I did find it on my 6th or 7th time through it, but I never found it again. The P12’s ran most of it, which was certainly faster. It was a really tough course, and it was too short, but on the other hand, part of the attraction of CX is just how absurd it is. Riding a glorified road bike over dirt, mud, sand, and gravel shouldn’t be easy, and this course certainly wasn’t very easy. There was about 200 feet of recovery on the entire lap, and even then you had to keep pedaling- if you stopped pedaling, you stopped rolling.

The races started pretty close to the schedule. The hole shot was all of 232 feet long, so you know I was pretty damn close to the front of it. You also know that the Ryan Fisher (352), Chase Tennyson (352) and Ed Dunne (Cycle Logic) were also hangin out with me, along with the aforementioned Dybdahl, who never lets me get out of his sights in spite of the fact that he is clearly several warp factors faster than I am. I took up as much space as I could on the narrow sections to allow Chase and Ryan to get a gap, because I’m a jerk like that, but somehow Rich got past me, and bridged up to Chase, and the two of them rocketed off. Ed tormented Ryan for a while, and eventually caught and passed him. I’m not going to lie, I wanted to quit the race badly from roughly the 20 minute point until I heard there was 3 to go, when Rich and Chase had almost caught me. Even for my slow ass, the laps were going by in 4 and a half minutes, which included the beach slog and the muddy double track slog and the pinwheel sand slog. It hurt me! Chase gapped Rich several times leading up to the final lap, but Rich battled back every time until the last lap, when Rich burnt his last match and had to let Chase go.

So Mens 3 ended up Chase, Rich, and Ed. Laura Parsons (Rose Bandits) hung out with John Hovius (AAA) and I (Orange State) for a 3 or 4 laps, and then rode away from both of us to win the Women’s 123 race. Of course, John let me close on him briefly, and then gassed it and was gone. On the last lap, Micheal King (Infinity) dumped it in the pinwheel’s loose sand and allowed me to regain a bunch of seconds so that I exited the pinwheel within a couple of bike lengths of him. I wasn’t even sure at the time if we were in the same race (we were), but anytime I’m that close to the finish line with another rider, I’m going to sprint, even if it’s for last place (it was), because I learned quite early in my silly race career that the race isn’t over until you cross the line, so I dumped a bunch of cogs and FLEW towards the line, while he realized too late that he needed to accelerate. So I got 8th, he got 9th, and now I HAVE A NEMESIS. YESSSSSS. #CROSSCLASH

My close, personal friend, the always stylish Dario Perez (Miami Velo) took the win in Masters 45, with Jeff Zipperer (Infinity) and Robert Reineke (AAA) rounding out the podium. In Masters 55, Marshall Reeves (Infinity), Stephen Ducker (Pure Racing), and Brad Scott were your winners.

The Pro 12 race was next, and you can watch the video above to see how the first lap turned out. It evolved into another battle between Eric Stubbs (352 pb Bikes & More) and Earl Bradley (Infinity), but by 30 minutes in, barring disaster, this one had been decided. Stubbs launched on the beach fairly early and Earl wouldn’t or couldn’t follow, a gap opened up, and in spite of some late lap heroics, Earl could never close it. Again, Chris Slack (Infinity) gamely chased at a distant third. They would finish in the same order. In Master’s 35, Jack Rich (Infinity) took the victory and was also 4th overall, followed by Ben Smith (352 pb Bikes & More) and Joel Rierson (Louis Garneau). Tim Hayes deserves special mention for stopping on his second lap to adjust the air pressure in his tires, then stopping two or three laps later to hang out until the last lap so he could ride it and still score points for the team competition. WEAK.

In the cat 4’s, you know that if Kristen Apotsos (Infinity) shows up, she’s going to win, and she did, thus signing her own death warrant/upgrade-to-the-cat-3’s-and-getting-beaten-by-Laura-Parsons. The rest of the podium was familiar, with Katherine Adams and Jody Alexander (Team Top Gear). In the Men’s, Micheal Hernandez (Garmin Juniors) took the win (he’s like 15, guys, come on!), followed by Gregory Apotsos and his high lifting barrier style and single speed Kona, and the mysterious Tom Pownall in third.

In Juniors, it was Lochlan Hovius (AAA) over Jackson Mehr (Outspoken) and Tyler Pownall. Pownall might be my new favourite internet pseudonym. I PWN4LL. HAHAHAHAHA 3AT M3!

I’m sorry.

In the Single Speed race, it was again a gaggle of jerks from 352 racing trying and for the most part failing to beat up on an old Australian guy. Rick Buning, Fisher, and Stubbs (all 352) were having a party with John Hovius (AAA) for the early part of the race, but the pinwheel caused a lot of problems for both Bunning and Fisher, who took some soil samples, and re-arranged several sections of course tape. At one point, Stubbs almost took out Hovius so that he could heckle Bunnning while exiting the pinwheel, swerving wildly to shout like Frankenstein’s monster “ARRRRR BUNNNNNING HATE STAKES! BUNNNNNNING HATE TAPE!” Stubbs kept trying to slow the pace to allow his slower team mates to catch back on, but Hovius would have none of it, and would go back to the front to increase the tempo. Eventually, it was just Stubbs and Hovius, and a last lap attack on the beach sealed the win for Stubbs. Buning was third, and Jeff Zipperer (Infinity) was fourth. Fisher again unzipped his jersey, rolled up his shorts, and blasted Mastodon as loud as his phone would play it as he crossed the line for 5th, but much higher in everyone’s hearts.

All in all, it was a great weekend of racing. Not a huge turn out, but higher than last year’s. The courses were not perfect, with Saturday’s being better than Sunday’s, but both showed a lot of potential for the future, particularly Saturday’s. On the other hand, Sunday’s beach section was arguably the best section of any course we’ve raced on so far this year. The race organisation was very good, the volunteers were hilarious as well as effective, results were posted quickly, and the free food and water can’t be forgotten or dismissed either. Infinity did a great job, and will do an even better job next year, and that’s all we can ask for as racers.

See you guys in Gainesville for Swamp Cross. Don’t miss it. They’ve promised me the PA system both days!

Race Report: Infinity CX Day 1 – Palm Bay BMX

On December 10, 2012 by Christian

Saturday, 6am. Fog Shrouded highways. Low beam headlights attempted to cut the haze as riders hurried towards Palm Bay for the second edition of Infinity CX at the former Palm Bay BMX track.

8.30am. All of the wave 1 riders were pre-riding the course in the same fog, or at least they should have been. Some were still goofing off at registration. We got the word that the race start was to be delayed til 9.30 so “the fog could burn off.” I went out to pre-ride the course, wearing my amber lensed Lazer sun glasses. They were immediately covered in moisture and rendered mostly useless.

The course was much the same as last year- If you were there you don’t have to read this paragraph, and you can skip ahead without hurting my feelings. A gentle curve to the left over rough clumps of grass that prevented anything like smooth pedaling, with special bonus hidden ruts and lumps, followed by a curve to the right, then a straightaway that led under the flyover. Right turn onto a dirt road for 30 meters, then back onto the grass for a couple of hairpins and over the flyover, then an even bumpier short section of grass that dumped out on to the three long straight sections of dirt road, that basically went around an area roughly the size of a city block. Then a left into a sand pit, a semi-smooth grass section including two barriers, then some twists and turns and bumps and lumpy grass, so you were sufficiently punished before you had the pleasure of climbing up to the top of the BMX track starting hill. Then down the hill, the front straight with three BMX jumps of various heights and shapes, and then a very steep ride up and down the berm, cutting out the two middle straights of the BMX course and finishing up on the BMX finish straight, which had two or three more jumps and then dumped you back onto the start/finish line.

9.20am. Much of the fog was well on it’s way to burning off. The temperature started to rise, and the dew began to evaporate off the flyover. The flyover was best hit with as much speed as possible, so you didn’t have to pedal on the wood itself. There were thin strips of wood nailed at intervals the full width of the flyover, nominally for more traction but in practice they were just there to let you know if your tire pressure was too full or just right. PROTIP: you want to feel your rims hit the first couple strips going up.

9.33am “GO” and wave one was off. Mens Cat 3, Women’s 123, and Masters 45/55.

9.56am I asked how much longer, and was told 22 minutes. I was unhappy. I took another bottle handup. It was getting hot, the sun was fully out. People were going much faster than I was.

10.18am The usual jerks were battling it out at the front- Ed Dunne (Cycle Logic), Ryan Fisher (352 Racing bp Bikes and More), and Chase Tennyson (352 Racing bp Bikes and More). They would finish in that order. I cleaned the BMX track every single lap. I beat three guys. Yay me. Laura Parsons (Rose Bandits) courteously raced with me for two or three laps, but grew tired of my desperate pleas to slow down on the road sections and latered. She got a trophy with a “1” on it for her troubles. Ken Jones (Velo Brew) was the first Masters 45 across the line, followed by Paul LaStayo (Ski Utah!(!!!)) and Scotty Graham (West Coast Cycle). I don’t know if Paul was visiting family or just terribly, weirdly lost, but hey, thanks for playing FLCX! In Masters 55, Marshal Reeves (Infinity), Paul Schwartz (ORC) and John Butler (TCR) finished in that order.

Enough of the whole time gimmick. I got cleaned up, then the Infinity guys handed me a mic, I began to talk my usual brand of semi-relevant nonsense, and the Pro 12 and Masters 35’s went off. It very quickly turned into a brawl between Eric Stubbs (352 Racing bp Bikes and More) and Earl Bradley (Infinity Bike Shop). Stubbs was riding a CX bike, while Earl was on a hardtail MTB, so Earl was at an advantage on the rough stuff, while Stubbs had a little more pure speed. They were trading haymakers, with Stubbs launching attacks repeatedly thru the start/finish area. He was probably launching them in other places too, but I couldn’t see where from my vantage point. Chris Slack (Infinity) was in the mix early, but wilted a bit and fell off the lead pace, but never fell all the way back to the laughing group. On the final lap, Stubbs and Bradley entered the BMX track together, and the MTB proved the better choice of weapon when trying to go fast over dirt jumps, giving Bradley a well fought win. Stubbs was second, Slack third, and Jason Guillen (Gearlink) a well earned 4th. In Masters 35, Ben Smith (352 Racing bp Bikes and More), in his first race back after injury, went out way too hot and faded, but still came in second to Graham Partain (352 Racing bp Bikes and More/CrossCopter.com/Hobby Lobby), who celebrated his victory by doing 30 burpees while eating a turkey sausage with no bun. Friggen Paleo, how does it work? Biron Keefer (Infinity) was a distant third.

Kristen Apotsos’ (Infinity) reign of terror over the Women 4 field is nearly over, she won again, and she will soon be feeling the heavy hand of the forced-upgrade angel tapping her on the shoulder. Katherine Adams and Jody Alexander (Team Top Gear/Team Tall Chicks) rounded out the podium.

Beardo was 9th in the 4’s. Do we even care about the rest of those guys? (Just kidding, of course we do.) Tyler Jandreau (Infinity) was the winner followed by Michael Hernandez (Garmin Juniors) and Brian Jenson (Pure Cycles).

Finally, Lochlan Hovius (AAA) won the Junior race, beating Michael Hernandez (Garmin Juniors) and Jackson Mehr (Outspoken), if the results Tim posted are to be believed. Lochlan recently won a triathlon. Against adults. He’s 11. Don’t mess with Lochlan.

Overall, it was a fun day of racing on a tough course that rewards both technical prowess as well as roadie watts. I think with a few changes, that the organizers and more importantly the parks and rec department are willing to make, it could be a really killer location in the future. Big huge massive thanks to Infinity for all the free drinks (water, cokes, and beers), turkey sausages, and letting me talk on the PA system. Great job, everyone.

I’ll post day 2’s recap tomorrow. Stay tuned.

Tampa CX Classic Video!

On November 30, 2012 by Christian

The CrossCopter kills it again. Featuring even more Beardo!

Tampa Cyclocross Classic from @CrossCopter on Vimeo.

Tampa Weekend: Woodall Humbles All

On November 29, 2012 by Super Rookie

GAINESVILLE, FL – The first double Tampa weekend in the history of the FLCX Series was highlighted with dominant performances by Ryan Woodall (Top Gear Cycles), who entered four races on the weekend and came away with four victories. Making the victories all the more impressive was the quality of the fields in which Woodall competed. Both days featured Tally CX double winner, Eric Stubbs (352 Racing p/b Bikes and More), FLCX Series leader, Chris Slack (Infinity Bike Shop), and Sunday featured mountain bike pro, Drew Edsall (Team Kenda/Felt). Add in two dominant performances over stacked singlespeed fields featuring overall series leader, Christian Ahrens (352 Racing p/b Bikes and More) and it is easy to understand the quality of the Woodall performance.

Woodall rips a corner. (Photo: Bob Croslin)

The two days in Tampa featured two distinctly different courses. Saturday was the debut of a brand new course at Rivercrest Park just outside of Downtown Tampa for the inaugural Riverfront CX . The course was extremely tight and twisty and favored riders with great technical skills. Racers known for their mountain bike skills, such as, Alex Meucci (Bent’s) the cat4 winner, found themselves  at home on the course. Meucci was able to produce lap times that rivaled the top racers in the cat1/2 field.

Alex Meucci, second from left, didn’t win the holeshot on Saturday, but he did take a dominant win. (Photo: Bob Croslin)

The series marked a return to Picnic Island for the second year with the Tampa Cyclocross Classic. The course was nearly identical to last years with a few rooty turns on a fairly flat backside of the course that allowed riders to recover prior to a return to the waterfront that featured several challenging sandy turns and steep elevation changes that put the hurt on riders lap after lap. While the previous day’s course favored the technically gifted riders the Sunday course allowed those with power to have the upper hand. Due to this many were thinking that Drew Edsall chose the wrong day to show up as Woodall was able to easily pull away in the opening laps from his well known competition.

Chris Kyle (Top Gear Cycles) leads a large field after the initial holeshot in the Cat4s on Saturday. (Photo: Bob Croslin)

After the racing action died down all eyes turned to the FLCX Series Standings. The cat1/2 leader board found itself solidifying into a two person race for the overall title between Chris Slack and Eric Stubbs. While Slack impressed many with a strong second place on Saturday an ill-timed flat put him in sixth place on Sunday. Stubbs performed consistently on the weekend grabbing third place on both days, but he may be kicking himself as he left some much needed points on the table as he lost out on second place on the last lap of the race on Sunday to a late charging Edsall. This battle for the overall should come down to the wire, but Slack appears to be in the driver’s seat as he has plans to attend all of the remaining races in the series.

Matt Pourbaix (Top Dog Cycles) has quickly become a fan favorite at the races utilizing the nickname, “Beardo Grillz.” (Photo: Bob Croslin)

Other performances of note would be the reappearance of Clint Gibbs (Bike Works) who took two hard fought victories in the cat3s over the likes of Giancarlo Bianci (Bike Werks), Taylor Norton (Orange State Cycling) and Ed Dunne (Cycle Smart). Gibbs appears ready for the jump to the 35+ field and should provide a challenge to the dominance of Jack Rich (Infinity Bike Shop) who once again took impressive wins and made his 35+ title a near lock over the consistent performances of Graham Partain (352 Racing p/b Bikes and More). Highlighting the large cat4 fields were fourteen women entries over the weekend. Jody Alexander (Top Gear Bicycles) found herself gaining points for her quest in the overall finishing third both days, but impressive performances by Kristin Apotsos, who took victories both days, should not go unnoticed leading into her hometown race weekend in Melbourne on December 8th and 9th.

USA Cycling Results Tampa Riverfront Cyclocross Classic

USA Cycling Results Tampa Cyclocross Classic

Tampa Riverfront CX Cat 4 Men and Women Gallery

On November 29, 2012 by Christian

We had a huge field for the Cat 4 race, which is great, because introducing new people to CX is why we do this.

All pics by Bob Croslin, all rights reserved.

Greg Hodges leads eventual winner Alex Meucci around the first of many hairpins to win the holeshot. Shaun Drees and Abe Lincoln look on.


More from turn 1


Cat 4 men coming around the Gazebo


St. Pete’s Kerry Dienhart in her first CX race. Really, there are easier courses, and clipless pedals help a lot, too, Kerry.


Todd Frobish leads Alex Meucci thru the mini barriers.


Shaun Drees and Abe Lincoln on the mini barriers


Nicole Carson on one of the trips up the hill.


Jody Alexander


John Graham (West Point Cycling Team) and friend in the spanish moss.


I don’t know this guy’s name, but he rocked a Kona SS all weekend, so he must be ok.


The grassy incline, which only had 25 feet of elevation change, proved strangely difficult to climb on your third trip up it.


Beardo is awesome.


Party in the Mini Barriers

Tampa Riverfront CX CrossCopter Coverage!

On November 27, 2012 by Christian

Graham Partain just keeps getting better and better at this. Must be all the burpees with the dudes at the Hobby Lobby.

Tampa Riverfront CX from Graham Partain on Vimeo.

Tampa Riverfront CX Photo Gallery 1

On November 26, 2012 by Christian

Pics from the Pro12/Masters 35 race on Saturday. All photos by Bob Croslin.


Eric Stubbs (352 pb Bikes and More) leads Chris Slack (Infinity Bikes) in Pro 1-2


Jason Guillen (Gearlink) leads Jack Rich (Infinity Bikes)


Stubbs, Slack, Ryan Woodall (Top Gear Cycles), and Olivier Vrambout (Challenge)


Jack Rich (Infinity Bikes)


Ken Vida (Gearlink)


Tim Hayes (352 pb Bikes and More)


Slack and Woodall in the sandpit. They have a combined body fat of 14%.


Vrambout in the sand


Zach Fout (Gearlink / Tampa Bay CX) in the sand.


Keith Richards (352 pb Bikes and More)


Rick Bunning (352 pb Bikes and More)


Ken Vida (Gearlink)


Pete Young (Orange State)


John Gissal (St. Pete Bicycles)


JP Russo (Colavita pb Rusty’s Rib Shack/Old Country Buffet)


Ryan Woodall (Top Gear)


Slack (Infinity)


Jason Guillen (Gearlink) over the barriers.


Graham Partain (352 pb Bikes and More/crosscopter.com)


Ryan Woodall (Top Gear)


Tim Hayes (352 pb Bikes and More)

Pics from the Cat 4 Men and Women coming later today.

Thanks again, Bob, for the great images.

Neutral Corner: A View From The Pits In Tallahassee

On November 21, 2012 by VeloChamp

Editor’s Note: We are proud to have Velo Champ on board at several FLCX races this season offering neutral support. He is here to help make your race go swimmingly. Do you have a last minute brake issue? Need a 7mm allen key to adjust your Chub Hub for the singlespeed race? Well, Jordan from Velo Champ is your guy. To read more about what races Jordan plans on attending read the official press release. Jordan will pen a column ever now and again to let us know what he saw from the pits on race day and how to get our bikes ready for race day! 

Greetings from the pits!

Being a few races into this year CX season, most should be getting comfortable with their bikes along with any recent component and tire changes. Following last weekend’s phenomenal Tally Cross race, we found our pit management and neutral race support to be invaluable throughout the race.

We were impressed by a solid group of riders coming prepared with spares, including pit wheels and bikes. What better justification for a SSCX bike than to save for pit bike duty, or hell, race some SS categories on a proper bike.

The highest volume of mechanical issues all weekend was related to pinch flats and tubeless tire leakage/burping. Bring that tire pressure UP! Lot’s of wheel swaps followed by flat fixes. To my surprise, not a single rolled tubular came through the pit. Just a handful of broken spokes and a couple of twisted chains. Another note-worthy mechanical issue was failing cleats and/or cleat bolts. In our experience this is more common than most realize. We’re always glad to come prepared with spares for any pedal/cleat issue that might arise.

The recent trend of v-brakes making their way (back) onto cross bikes surely has its upsides. However, we witnessed overall better mud-shedding and debris clearance in Tallahassee with bikes equipped with high-leverage (ie. not low profile) cantilever brakes. Of note, not a single disc brake equipped CX bike came through the pit with a mechanical.

General pit etiquette was good. Being clear with mechanic(s) as you come into the pit is paramount. Bringing beer to the pit mechanics can never hurt. Be sure you identify your spares as best you can. Don’t put your ‘all black single-speed’ right next to the other ‘all black single-speed’ bikes that are in the pit.

We’ll see you in Tampa!

TallyCX: Stubbs Fires Shots

On November 20, 2012 by Super Rookie

GAINESVILLE,FL- The second weekend of racing is in the books and a new player has arrived on the scene in the hunt for the FLCX Overall Championships. Eric Stubbs (352 Racing p/b Bikes and More) put together two dominating performances against quality fields on a brand new and picturesque course just outside of Tallahassee that required a mix of power and technical skills. The two victories propelled Stubbs into second place overall behind Chris Slack (Infinity Bike Shop) who has a 38point lead due to his attendance at the Tropical Cyclocross Weekend in Miami two weeks prior. One would have to think that Stubbs is in the driver’s seat as he has two races in hand in his quest for the overall.

Eric Stubbs rides the mud on Saturday. (Photo: Ryan Fisher)

The brand new course marked the third course in as many years for the Florida State University Cycling Club led promoter group. The new course was notably different than those used in the past and had many racers requesting a return to the same location for next year’s race weekend. The 1.2 mile course had a mix of features including: loose gravel roads, steep sharp climbs, a large mud-pit that required some to dismount, and the infamous “Tallahassee Turns” – a set of 180 turns that have been featured on many courses designed by course designer, Jim Smart. Despite the numerous technical features the long power sections allowed for the top racers to complete the course in a little over 5 minutes.

William Sheftall threw a wrench in the mix for those hunting points. (Photo: Ryan Fisher)

With Stubbs taking the top step of the podium on both days the race for second place in the top field came down to an interesting mix of familiar names and a few new racers that made the trip to Tallahassee. One of the surprises over the weekend was the appearance of William Sheftall (Raising Canes Racing) of St. Francisville, Louisiana. He took a strong second place on Saturday over series regulars Jack Rich (Infinity Bike Shop) and Chris Slack (Infinity Bike Shop) and a third place on Sunday behind Stubbs and Slack. The field quality was also greatly improved, making Stubbs’ performance all the more impressive, with the appearances by mountain bike extraordinaires Martin Cox (Super Cool Bike Shop) and Reagan Woodall (Top Gear Bicycles).

Reagan Woodall grabbed a win in the Single Speed race on Saturday. (Photo: Ryan Fisher)

The racing was fast and furious across all the categories and some notable performances included victories in the Single Speed category by Woodall and Cox over the ever-present 352 Racing trio of Keith Richards, Christian Ahrens and Ryan Fisher. The cat3 field seemed to return to the status-quo as Graham Gillis (Gulfcoast Velo) took his third straight victory in as many races in Tallahassee, but with his entry on Sunday to the cat1/2 field allowed for a new name, Chase Tennyson (352 Racing), to take the top step on the podium.

The FLCX calendar continues this weekend in Tampa with two races that are sure to attract some of the finest talent the state over. Expected to show in the top fields are: Eric Stubbs (352 Racing), Drew Edsall (Team Kenda Tire), Ryan Woodall (Top Gear Bicycles), Jack Rich (Infinity), Chris Slack (Infinity),  and Jarrod Shoemaker (2008 Olympian). The fireworks will be out this weekend and we will see if Stubbs can continue on his two-race streak.

Graham’s Tallahassee CX Recap Video

On November 20, 2012 by Christian

Graham is getting soo good at these. The Cross Copter, the multiple cameras in multiple races, the dramatic music- it doesn’t get a lot better than this.

TallyCross 2012 from Graham Partain on Vimeo.

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