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Cyclocross 2012

January 17, 2013

Another cyclocross season is at an end for Team Slow. We killed some mud at the Blind Date Series, Cross Crusade Series, and the Tina Brubaker Grand Prix. Props to the Peeps that pedals through dust and slop. Ben Salzberg Chris McGraw Erinne Goodell Kristin Bott Tomas Quinones Joey French Nathan Frost Kirk Paulsen Klaus […]

Blind Date #2 – Slip’n’Slide edition

October 7, 2011

“This is the first wet Blind Date we’ve had…” …that’s the announcer, slightly flummoxed, slightly apologetic – to the Men’s Beginner and Women’s fields last night. Apologizing why? We were huddled at the start line, freezing on our bikes, in the pouring rain. Not northwest-style emo rain, the gentle apathetic spit-spit of Portland winters – […]

Team Slow ladies on Crusade: Alpenrose

October 6, 2011

Beth, Erinne and Kristin stormed the Alpenrose Dairy on Sunday, October 2, the opening day of the 2011 Cyclocross Crusade (the largest participatory cyclocross race series in the world). Over 1,500 registered racers in all categories came out to race and the start fields got pretty crowded. The day began dry and overcast. About 40 […]

My First Season of Cyclocross

November 18, 2010

How can I reasonably summarize five of the most fun races of my life? This is the first year of the Cross Crusade for me and many of the Team. Some of us err a but more experienced than others but we asl signed to really be into each race no matter our final placing […]

Cross Crusade Astoria

October 29, 2010

Looks like Astoria just isn’t the cards this week. Transportation, costs, distance and injury have bested Team Slow this week, but we will do or collective best to be out there next week in Hillsboro! Best of luck to everyone racing this weekend! Tomas “May backup without warning”

Cross Crusade – Rainier

October 12, 2010

Rob, Halley, Ed and I drove up to Rainier for race #2 of the Cross Crusade series.   Rob and I raced while Ed and Halley cheered us on.  Out of 74 riders in the beginner’s class, Rob scored 11th while I got 41st. More Photos