Last modified: April 22, 2013

Bandit Cross Returns this Friday: Night Moves, Cross Night Crit

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The first race of the year will take place down in the dog park proper with the second running of Night Moves, a short course night crit.

Why? Because pretty soon the spring floods will be upon us and will render the interior of the dog park unridable until late fall. Not to mention that the first Night Moves happened to be some of the most fun I had on a bike all last year.

So if you missed it the first time, now is your opportunity to check out what all the fuss was about.

Bandit Cross Night Moves
April 26th, 9pm Minnehaha Dog Park Proper (follow the signs down to the shore and you’ll spot us)
Bring Lights 7 lap race

Fire and beers to follow, bring your own, and please please pack your shit out. If I see any of you littering cans, it’s going to affect our friendship. See you there.

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