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All City Championship Bandit Cross 8/16 & Movie Screening

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Hello folks,
I'm pleased to announce that on August 16th we'll be running Bandit Cross down at our old stomping grounds of Hobo Camp in the Bryn Mawr Meadows.

If you're not familiar, Bandit Cross is a single speed cyclocross race (though any type of bike is allowed, if you've got a single speed bring it), that is free to all. There is no entry fee, no prizes, and no bad attitudes. It's a free for all event designed to get more people in the cycling community stoked on racing cross.

After the event we will head to Fulton Brewery for the Minneapolis premier of Bandit Cross: Ruining It For Everyone and plenty of beer.

If you haven't seen the trailer, it's a 15 minute documentary produced by QBP about my little race series. The intent of which is to show people that they too can organize one of these things and do something good for their cycling community.


Bandit Cross: Ruining It For Everybody Trailer from Quality Bicycle Products on Vimeo.

If you've got a blog or Facebook, please repost.
Facebook Event Page here
Hope to see you there.

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Pat

Pat

August 5, 2012

This is a great flick and I really hope it inspires more events like this.

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