Charlie did as Charlie often does. On Saturday he found his way to the podium of the Silk City Men's Elite race. We'll make sure he puts up his outside hand next time. Cause there will indeed be many more next times.
Quad CX Men's Single Speed Podium
Mike looks vaguely surprised to be standing on the podium here. Which is funny, because I think he's the only one that's actually surprised.
Quad CX Women's Single Speed Podium
Alex, displaying PERFECT PODIUM FORM. Charlie could take lessons from her...
WINNER WINNER, CHICKEN DINNER
So you're stuck on a team that seems to be racking up podiums and top-10's like no one's business. How on earth could you show up your friends? BY WINNING THE BIKE RACE, THAT'S HOW. Lydia shows us how it's done and takes home the win in a domineering two-minute lead in the Silk City Women's 3/4 race on Saturday.
ANGRY SMASH WATTS
Greg, throwing down some serious mid-corner watts. Seriously though, that's a VERY SERIOUS face. And for his efforts on the weekend Greg was rewarded with 7th and 10th place this weekend, making him 3-for-3 in top-ten finishes this year. (Photo Cred: Steven Yao)
Patterns in the Men's 3/4
Geez guys, there's a lot of anger watts in these Men's 3/4 race photos. There's also a lot of beating GLV. At least in these pictures... (Nick also crushed this weekend, finishing 4th and 7th in the Killer B's) (Photo Cred: Steven Yao)
Look Ma, I Match!!
I seriously cannot get over the colors on this bike. Erin obviously can though, as she spends her time shredding off-camber turns instead of just staring at her bike. She and Julie trekked out to the UCI Nittany CX weekend in PA to go mix it up with the big girls in the elite field. The Averica 'cross season is already off to a great start and this is only the first (official New England) weekend!
I Think We Found Fall
After the blisteringly hot dust-bowl the was Ellison CX last weekend, everyone was ready for some real fall weather. Turns out all you had to do to find it was drive 8 hours. Each way. Again! Despite the slick conditions Julie FREAKIN NAILED IT this weekend, finishing mere inches away from her first UCI point. Next up, New England Worlds.