Sunday, November 26, 2006

CX ... in the New York Times?!

Wow, if the New York Times is covering cyclocross, maybe time to find a new fringe sport. The secret's out. Though the report only mentions Portland -- we're safe for now, I guess. Read the article here.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

I read that last week. I thought it was cool, and I wouldn't worry about cx becoming less fringe until you see a front page article on The photo is awesome: notice the woman standing in shorts and a little top--must have been taking a break from the hottub to cheer for Wicks.

2:44 PM  
Blogger GCDavid said...

Versus (OLN) will show the Tour du Faso but not a cross race?? It's an event made for TV. Crashes, dirt, attacking, and all pre-packed into a programming friendly 1 hour. It sure beats watching someone sit under a tree with a turkey call. The C races in the Northeast are the most packed fields (don't know about anywhere else). What is the growth potential given the lack of doping scandals and the "down to earth" nature (literally and figuratively) of the sport? Of course, careful what you wish for.

3:48 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

So you wanna' see awesome 'cross on Belgian T.V. with no commercials? (well one does, but it's pretty funny).

Here you go!


10:08 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Any new word on the condition of Josie Beggs?

Just curious.

Hope she's doing well.

10:10 PM  
Blogger gwadzilla said...

the Soup du Jour
or something like that


it is still growing

it may take a few years to loose steam

1:49 PM  

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