Cross Crusade 001

The Cross Crusade is the largest cyclocross series in the United States.  Held over an eight week period during October and November, it typically hosts a single UCI sanctioned event as a part of the series.  This VR was taken on Halloween weekend in Astoria, Oregon, thus the costumes.

Copyright: Michael medina
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Geüpload: 27/11/2008
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Tags: bike race; cyclocross; cross crusade; astoria; halloween; costumes
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