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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 EST
Good (and bad) luck and racing on his home coast add to the experience of Craig's 'cross season. Photo courtesy Adam Craig

Luck

Or is not having a decent tubular tire gluing system considered luck? Either way, I’ve rolled a bunch of tires lately. They’ve all cost me decent races. Fortunately, passing people is fun and all of these ’cross weekends are doubleheaders, so there’s always time to make up for a, er, header… I need to get that sorted…

The right coast

I heart New England in the fall. The weather is perfect, but foliage is popping, prompting a good energy as everyone packs in as much as they can before it’s arctic. And there’s fresh deer meat all around, almost really fresh at the Craig household if I hadn’t pulled into the driveway just as Harvey was about to pop a buck in the hayfield.

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