But alas, no one from Cyclocross magazine has called to get any quotes, so I guess it's up to me.
My goal was to have fun, and I nailed it. A full summer of training to have fun has paid off, and I'm hoping to carry this fun fitness all through this year's cross season. Because, really, isn't all about the fun?
Weather? Perfect. Sunny, clear, dry, warm (but not hot). Not exactly 'cross weather, but beautiful none-the-less.
All in all, I was feeling good, and must have been "in the mix." As mentioned, I flatted on the last lap and had to run (lurch?) the great singletrack section until I could get to the pit, I was passed by probably 10 riders (what, no courtesy?) yet rolled across the finish line in 21st place. Mayhap I could have seen a top 10 finish? Like the fish that got away, I'll never know, but I'll be giving it a go at Suckerbrook, and this time with a little more psi in the rear (that's what she said).
Thanks for some of the pics! http://www.velophotosbyjoe.com/