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Craig Etheridge 2012 CMWC Champ!

Just wanted to say big ups to our man Craig Etheridge who took his second World Cycle Messenger Championship this past weekend in Chicago.

Craig's our team rider out of Seattle, a cyclocross honch, and one of the nicest dude's you'll ever meet. We couldn't be happier for him!

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Craig

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Craig's ride

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Craig and myself before Finals

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Craig and his folks who got to watch their son in action and recieve his prize.

While obviously I'm super psyched on Craig winning, I'm almost as excited for the fact that AC probably needs to do some sort of World Champ stripey commemorative deal now.

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HK!

HK!

August 8, 2012

Craig “Tommy” Etheridge: baller level 99

Courthouse Marco

Courthouse Marco

August 12, 2012

Sweet!  Congrats to CE . . . One of the nicest guys around, and absolutely shreds on two wheels.  Most excellent that his folks could see him in action.

As the stickers say around town in the 206,

“Craig Etheridge is Faster Than You”

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