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The starting gun hath rung | 'Cross season is underway in Colorado

Full posts tomorrow but...BANG...we got shocked into our first day of racing here in Colorado today with races today and tomorrow. Some teasers....

UltraRob was there with his mad lenses and tweeted this one out to me. Thanks bro!

As was my team mate Walter Knapp! Caught me about to lap some dude with Robson coming on fast. 



It is VERY safe to say that the 2010 SRAM Force group is mad. Super light and precise. Full details coming up!

Reader Comments (3)

nice style throwin it up on your shoulder. i've never thought of grabbin the bike from under the top tube. definately the way to go. i've got my order in for an x-night up in vancouver here. can't wait!!!

September 13, 2009 | Unregistered Commentercanadian hooligan

It's the Bart Wellens style that's rubbed off on me over the years. Can absolutely screw you though on rough courses. You will LOVE!!! the X-Night. I can not believe them. The geometry is absolutely sick and I'm finding myself throwing the bike WAY deeper into corners that I normally could not do before.

September 13, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterGreg

i can't's not going to get raced this year as I am going to build it up over time. there are some goodies coming in 2010 that I want to wait for. New Ultegra(i know yer a SRAM guy...) FSA has some redesigned SLK cranks coming( new appearance but hot!!) and Reynolds is releasing their Assault wheel in a tubie. And of course the TRP's are gonna be controlling my speed.Its a good thing I work part time in a bike shop....

September 13, 2009 | Unregistered Commentercanadian hooligan

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