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All-City Intercontinental Cyclocross Championships 9/23


All-City Intercontinental Cyclocross Championships 9/23

Hello out there two wheeled sports fans,

Just wanted to pop our heads up to tell you about a little something that we've been working on over here at All-City. You see, inspired by the amazing time we had at Bike Lore, we wanted to try our own hand at throwing a totally legit sanctioned cross race here in MPLS where the focus is as much on the spectators and their good time as it is on the racers. Something that the whole family would enjoy, and that would bring a bit of that festival / community vibe to our cross scene.


Register Here!


Heck, even just getting USAC to allow us to call our race a Championships is a pretty dang big deal

Things of note, we're offering a huge payout for the Single Speeders, $350 for the Women's and Men's Champions.


There's also going to be a costume contest fun race at the end of the day!IMG_6620

There will be beer and food sold on site. And hopefully a cool vendor area with all kinds of neat stuff for your to check out.

Check the Facebook Event Page Here



September 14, 2017

i find this to be great news

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