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  • Reply to: 2014 - Cyclo X - Xilinx   7 hours 8 min ago

    mud pit was a totally serendipitous feature - apparently some species of irrigation trench that overflowed spontaneously and just got deeper during the day. It saved the race from being a total roadie course as it required a little bit of courage and decent bicycle driving skills to negotiate it, but honestly it wasn't that bad if you had enough sense to stay out of the gator pit on the right side.

    Xilinx always has some mud in that area even in the driest of dry years, so it's to be expected. If you don't like mud, don't race 'cross.

  • Reply to: 2014 - Cyclo X - Xilinx   11 hours 9 min ago

    I would like to add that the race was awesome! I had a great time!

  • Reply to: 2014 - Cyclo X - Xilinx   11 hours 9 min ago

    Actually, I use my trashed carbon wheels (six years of prior abuse on the road) for cross. And any body spending hours and hours to glue up a tubular should be doing it.

  • Reply to: 2014 - Cyclo X - Xilinx   11 hours 14 min ago

    If the 35+ field is catching the men's open field, why is it the age based group (35+) a joke? Sounds like it should be the other way around. Maybe the men's open field can race in front of the kids race next time.

  • Reply to: 2014 - Cyclo X - Xilinx   13 hours 12 min ago

    What Would Cosmo Say?

  • Reply to: 2014 - Cyclo X - Xilinx   13 hours 33 min ago

    Someone grabbed my no tubes alphas wheels with Kenda Slant Six tires out of the pit during the last race at Xilinx?

  • Reply to: 2014 - Cyclo X - Xilinx   14 hours 39 min ago

    That was actually a totally natural mud pit, there was no hose used and just kept developing throughout the day.

  • Reply to: 2014 - Cyclo X - Xilinx   14 hours 43 min ago

    Actually, I use ROL wheels...

  • Reply to: 2014 - Cyclo X - Xilinx   14 hours 56 min ago

    Just so I understand this... cyclocross guys buy ridiculously expensive zipp wheels, spend hours gluing on tubular tires and then the race director turns on a hose overnight, so everyone can race through a man made mud pit?