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Bandit Cross 9 Photos

Here are a few selected images from this past weekend's Bandit Cross race down by Fort Snelling State Park.  About 20 people showed, 9 raced, and except for one pissy pants bystander who was kicking all of the cones into the woods, the whole thing went off quite well with minimal notice from the patrons of the dog park.

There was a strong showing by the Hub team, and our guy Andrew Pierre won.

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I was cruising around on a gold Macho Man prototype

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I threw my beer, cones, clipboard, course tape, and all the other stuff I carry around in my Captain Phil.  No trailer needed for this one.

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the starting group

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Will of team Hub

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one of the three run ups

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Andrew Pierre on the bouncing bridge

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Will navigating the creek

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And the stairs

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Max crossing the little stream

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Sam on the descent

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this might be one of the best riding shots I've ever taken

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A danger dollar on a tree.  Flaming dollar bill handups are a Bandit Cross staple.

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Rachel Saxton

July 14, 2012

The ‘Bandit Cross race’ is looking so exciting! Seems the area is too critical to cross to the participants but they are looking strong enough. Good luck for them and I’m waiting for the next update of the event.
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