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Adam Craig journal: Nine reasons why ‘cross season is a blur

  • By Adam Craig
  • Published Nov. 27, 2012
  • Updated Nov. 8, 2013 at 11:45 AM EDT
Racing every week makes Adam Craig's 'cross season go by in a blur. Photo courtesy Adam Craig


Weekly racing

Racing every weekend since Trans Provence will keep a fellow busy and entertained for six weeks before he even knows what happened. Has it been six weeks? Let’s count ‘em — Timmy’s cabin in Washington and Alpenrose Cross Crusade opener. Fort Collins, Colorado U.S. Gran Prix. Highland Enduro in New Hampshire and Downeast Cyclocross in Maine. Highland Park CX in Jersey. New England Pro Series in Mass. USGP in Louisville. Yup, six weeks. Good thing I’m on a flight home for a weekend off. And even better thing that Trans Provence seems to have been the most effective training camp ever. A 30-hour week with a few races per day? I doubt Ash realized what good prep for racing skinny tires around a field his utopic event would be… Speaking of, check out this Trans Provence recap short.

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