Saturday, December 12, 2009


POS Winner - Tim Haskew
Raffle Winner - Official Jim

Thanks again to Vassago Bicycle Company for stepping up for the rednecks this year.
Now if someone could do a nice write up complete with pictures and pie charts and such for the sponsors...that would be great.

Image by Alan Barton

Tuesday, December 08, 2009

Free Race in Rome, Ga.

Rome,Ga. - there will be a FREE race this weekend and in January a 4 race series?

Cycle Therapy in Rome is hosting at a really cool farm venue. I rode it earlier this season and had a blast. The Jan series is $20 a race and you can race as many races as you want. The money will benefit charity and there are prizes.

Check it out:

Monday, December 07, 2009

Cullman Images

Photos by Alan Barton

To view the full set go here

Sunday, December 06, 2009

Thanks to everyone involved. 2009 was a great season, the best yet. I look forward to 2010 and better things to come. See you in the woods.

Friday, December 04, 2009


mmmm...crispy chitts after racing.
Cullman boys are providing and firing charcoal in a bunch of the park grills on Sunday. Bring something to throw on them thangs. I'm bringing some pork tongue and chitterlings if'n y'all want some.

Thursday, December 03, 2009

Notes for Sunday

Cullman likes to back that thang up, so make sure you note the schedule change on the flyer.

We will do awards and contest winners AFTER the conclusion of the Men's 1/2/3 race, so plan on sticking around, eh. If you are not present at the awards ceremony you will be struck out of contention and the next in line will move up.

We will be raffling off the SWEET Vassago Fisticuff frame/fork also, so Sunday is your last chance to get in on that $5 action.

I have a couple of hands full of POS candidates in my mind and all have a stake for different reasons. I will throw those names in a hat and draw a name for the winner of the other frame/fork.


Wednesday, December 02, 2009

Almost in the books

Don't forget that final points calculation will "drop" your lowest score. I get the impression that some folks think they have a lock after Montgomery...better do the math and think about scenarios...

I'd like to give a big thanks to Jon Tubbs for helping make the wheels go round this season. Jon contacted me before the season began with sort of a sketchy angle regarding soft goods and screen printing. I thought for sure I was just being angled to buy stuff from him. We met for lunch at the Bottletree one day and he basically laid out a nice proposal and it was clear that his intentions were simply to help the series raise funds on a year where funds were extremely hard to raise. Jon's contribution certainly made things happen this year and we should all give him thanks. This is his last week in the 'ham as he has accepted a position with VANS in Los Angeles. We can all show thanks by supporting another event that Jon is helping put the wheels on:

Thursday Dec 3, 2009 8:00 PM

To raise funds for a local skate park, Faith Skate Supply is hosting their three-part holiday party here at Bottletree.

From 7-9pm all ages are welcome to the "Strange World" Video Premiere followed by a functional art auction featuring skate decks and shoes modified by local artist to include: David Wright, Nick Restly, Shane Boteler, Chad Soner, Tom Bagby, Jacob Schwartz, Brianna Payne, Tim Spinosi, Byron Sonnier, John Lytle Wilson, Jason Agan, and Usen Gandara.

From 9pm until we'll have The Disguised, Arclight and Skeptic?

Before the show it's $5 on admissions. After 9pm it's $7.

I believe the first band (The Disguised)is Jon's band, this is their first and only? show.

Be There.

Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Congrats BUMP

Putting us on the map once again. Many PRO's said B'ham was the best on the circuit last year...I'd agree.

2010 USA Cycling Pro Cross Country Mountain Bike Tour Schedule:

March 13: US Cup Bonelli Park - San Dimas, Calif.
March 27: US Cup Fontana – Fontana, Calif.
May 16: US Cup Big Bear – Big Bear, Calif.
June 5: Bump ‘N Grind – Birmingham, Ala.
June 26: Subaru Cup – Mt. Morris, Wis.
July 10: CTS International Classic – Colorado Springs, Colo.

Some Pitchers

...of me showing the juniors how to git it done.

Images by Keith/Beverly West

Monday, November 23, 2009

True Cross Weather

images by Alan Barton
What does that mean? I guess true as in true for what we typically experience the last two races of the year, or true for what we see all year long from the cross crazy regions of the world. I found out why a cross bike is used for cross yesterday by "racing" my mountain bike. It felt like I was pedalling on a slip and slide for 30 min.

We saw some impressive performances yesterday starting off with Sam Porter doin what he do on a single speed, as usual Clayton and Lee were there to keep him honest. Wait we didn't start off that way...we started off with Peter Dudle DESTROYING the masters field. Hardwick Gregg cruised to another win in the masters 45+. Will Faulk was back to his winning ways with Trevor West nipping at his heels in the Juniors. Savannah Meredith, LISTEN UP ALL YOU GIRLS WHO DIDN'T RACE , Savannah Meredith is your huckleberry! 10 yrs old and killing it in the cold, rain and mud - booyah!

Hardwick Gregg killed it in the 3/4 race throttling the younguns once again (he didn't touch the big ring - (hint, hint). Stacey Davis was unstoppable once again in the women's 1/2/3's while Lisa Trainor broke the tie in the 4's with an impressive win.

Peter Dudle flew out of the gates in the men's 1/2/3 race and held a 1:10 gap on Mike Lackey over halfway through the race. With 2 laps to go Mike Lackey finally figured out how to ride the mud while Peter started to feel the masters race in his legs. Lackey closed to gap down to :30 seconds in one lap and hit the turbo soloing in for his first elite cross victory.

Now we have two weeks to catch our breath, do the math and figure out what kind of superhuman effort it will take to get on the podium in Cullman.

Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Bah! - I'll handle this behind the scenes with an iron fist! results up in a minute.

#40, calling #40...

If I could just know who #40 is in the cx 4's I could wrap these ^%$&^#^ results up. Could someone please step out of the shadows? This is the only release form missing and this person finished 4th in the 4's. Can someone shed some light, pahlease?

Tuesday, November 17, 2009

and the circus rolls on stop, Mungummry. Fain Park was the race that the mud gods finally shone on us last year, appeasing all of your photo op needs. It appears that we are on a collision course for much of the same this year with rain forecast for Saturday. The course was the best ever last year. No hills to speak of, but mucho technical off camber sections making use of the ditches onsite.

It's hard to believe that we only have two races left, aint it?

I'll have the results finalized and up tomorrow I'm bringing a camera rig to Mntgm. , done with the drama.

Sunday, November 15, 2009

My head hurts?

I had a blast as usual, thanks Wig. There were a few of you who had questions/concerns on results (shocker) - email me, marshallbrent at gmail dot com

It looks like there were (3) lapped riders shown in the top finishing order (CX4). They were placed 6th, 8th and 9th - #'s 1574,1515 & 1567.

Friday, November 13, 2009

If Chuck Norris was going to be in Anniston Saturday he would drink his stuff in a red solo cup

...Just Sayin', because Chuck would respect the fact that it's a public park and stuff. Get there early enough to set up camp along the sandpit/finish straight as tent positioning battles will be fierce. The concession stand will be open and serving your typical baseball/softball concession stand fare. I believe there is still an after party planned at the Mellow Mushroom, is this right Wig? If you have never been to the Mellow Mushroom in Anniston you will be shocked at the cycling memorabilia on display, go there-often.

I have received 4-5 e-mails regarding the scoresheet, mostly team affiliation and points totalling. I think it was just a sorting error in the spreadsheet combined with some missing team info. I will keep the lifeline open through this afternoon so we only have to wake Christian from hibernation one time.

Rumor has it that I will be coming out of retirement and squeezing into my baby blue weenie suit for some competition. Just afford me a wide berth and all should be well, assuming I don't explode.

If you don't have a cowbell, bring a pot or something loud to bang on - it's Alabama after all.

Thursday, November 12, 2009

Sloss Results

No, I did not go to art school...amazing, I know.

The results will be up today. There are a couple of things that I would like to point out before they are posted.

1- Learn to pin your number on correctly. If you are new to racing this is one of those things that you just have to learn, there is no step by step instruction manual...that I know of. If you have a new number make sure to wad it up first, this makes the paper more pliable and it will conform to your body better. Use more than four pins, at a minimum use six with two of them in the middle. Will Fyfe uses like 20 pins...don't go there, but you get the point. I like to bend the corners back so the pin goes through two layer of paper and is harder to tear. I've seen all manner of placement this year including - wrong side, upside down, horizontal up the back, down the back... When you do this it hinders scoring of not only yourself but the riders around you. Regardless of what you may think, we have a really good method of scoring these races. If you looked at the lap sheet for the 4 race and didn't know what you were looking at it may have seemed a bit confusing, but, there is a method to the madness and it's pretty clear when you run through the numbers where you were each lap. I can look at the sheet and see, say #40 was running in 3rd place on the first lap, 5th place on the 3rd lap, 10th place on the 5th lap and see a pattern to their race - starting strong and fading. I can tell if something is wrong if there is a big swing in the placement.

2- The way the schedule of races is setup is somewhat problematic in that there is not enough time between races for the officials to put numbers with names beyond what we need for podiums. That does not mean that we will not sort it out later and score you properly.

ok...3 points

3- We are running a series and points are recorded per the rules. If you are 16th place or below, you are essentially tied for 16th place as you all get 1 point, 2 points or 19 points depending on the race duration. So expect your results to be tied at 16. Don't like that? Be faster than 16th.Races that are not HUGE, we try to sort out exactly what place you finished.

The alternative to keeping up with lapped riders is to "pull" them when the get lapped. I do not wish to do this nor do any of you racing. I have travelled many hours to raced where midway through the race I found that I just didn't "have it" that day and got lapped. Being pulled in this scenario sucks. Everyone wants to race until the finish.

Several people have suggested using timing chips. Would you come out to race cross if entry cost you $40? I wouldn't.

Just keep in mind the system we use and how important it is for you to do your part and number up correctly. When the officials are yelling "1082, 1501,1099,....can't read it...crap, just missed the next rider because I couldn't read that #"

Being the "grassroots" type of series that this thing is, we are always open to you e-mailing and saying that your placement is wrong and we will help make it right, always. But, don't come up and say something like "those results are wrong, I know I finished waay higher than that. I finished behind some guy in a red shirt in 3rd place". Have some facts, grab the person in front and the person behind that you were battling with at the helps.

Mitch Moses and Lee Neal, I believe both of you stated that you were left off of the results in the 3/4 race at Tuscaloosa, is this correct?

The results are being published now.

Monday, November 09, 2009

Anniston Night Race This Weekend

I'll need a driver, babysitter pahlease? Consider loading up in a motel as we are. Wig is bringing it for my favorite cycling party of the year, don't miss. Where is my BIG cooler?

PS. Wig says everyone runs the first hill this year (run up). This has been billed as the "border battle" by some, check the Georgia-cross schedule - Sunday's race is mega close to Anniston enabling the double up. Georgia wins the race...we win the party!!!!!

Sunday, November 08, 2009

Venue-pass ; Beer Sponsor-Fail

Margot's Pics

Awesome day of racing at a truly unique venue. Just to clarify, Good People Brewing did not stand us up. Blackwell's Pub was who committed to not only show up and pour beer, but also provide gift certificates for show...great, thanks.

No problem, BBC and Everette Herring showed the class and patience to pull it off regardless.

New venues provide unknown problems and Sloss was a bear. Major difficulties from within. The success is that we pulled it off and learned a lot about the venue to correct for next year.

Be patient for the results and we will throw them up and take your feedback.

Thursday, November 05, 2009

Sloss Cross details

"Fyfe" by EMLAY
From Everette:

We will have Good People beer for those of age.
Jamis is coming with a tent and some bikes on display and some swag and goodies.

We have a flat, fast, most likely dry course with some great obstacles and dismounts.
Great venue.

Setup will be at 12:00 on Saturday, come on if you want to help and pre ride.
...and, I just thought you'd like this one-

Tuesday, November 03, 2009


More photos from Carl Viars. The Tusc. News was out, so there should be a story today or tomorrow with some good pics. Jim sent me some pics of the 'cheerleader' getup -

I know a few of you who said you wanted hoodies got snubbed, sorry, they sold really quick. I printed up a few more in brown and red, so I'll have them for you. If you are out of town and want one (NY), paypal me - marshallbrent at gmail dot com $25 (the $5 is for shipping).

Hoping everything goes well for Sloss this weekend, it's a very unique venue and I'm not sure the powers that be there knows what to expect. I've been thinking of this venue for a long time and thankfully Everette Herring and BBC took the ball and ran with it on this one. We may be able to get out there and ride the course sometime this week, I'll keep you posted. I'm finishing up the results now and will have them off to the web monkey shortly.

This is a first draft of the course and will def. have some revisions when setup - esp. in the grass pkg lot area. Everette has some off camber sections and run up thrown in on the back side.

Monday, November 02, 2009

Cross Racin' & Cross Dressin'

...and I couldn't find a picture of the cheerleader, bummer. Thanks Gina, Mark and the Velocity Procycle crew for a great day of racing. awesome, me thinks this should be part of cross racing from now on. Maybe we have a cookoff competition from now on. Brats? yeah you right-Thanks to Alan's dad? Should have the results updated this evening. Sloss Cross - this week is going to be special.

Monday, October 26, 2009


Printing up a few, like 12. If'n you want one, say sumthin'.


Bamacross stays south once again for the Velocity Procycle "Spooktacular" CX race. The POS race is becoming kind of stagnate with no clear front runner. Major points may be awarded this weekend for those willing to bring the costume out. Right now, cutoff blue jeans and high socks are making a push...I'm thinking a speedo could be the slam dunk.

T-Town always brings it so you better be ready. Expect a FAST course with rowdy spectators.

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Calling all Bamacross Racers

Ladies, Gentleman and the like, this is Christian Leask, your faithful web monkey writing you. Many of you know me and a whole lot more don't. If we've never had the honor of racing together, well, then I'm the guy behind this we b page. I've got a big favor to ask all of you.

As a member of the Pacesetter Steel Service cycling team, we do our best to give back, and over the years, we have finally come to an organization that we support continually and we are right at the ends of our fund drive.

The organization is an exceptional place, called Camp Twin Lakes. Together, we help organize the annual Spin For the Kids charity ride, which after four years, is becoming quite the destination ride. In years past, we've had professional cyclists from all over the country, major magazines, Tour de France racers and press and business owners from the Atlanta area and afar really come out and support the ride. Last year alone, one member was able to raise over $100,000 dollars, if you can imagine that.

It's an exceptional organization in that the main goal is to provide children with certain illnesses or disabilities the right and ability to enjoy some of the classic childhood activities that we all take for granted. Without organizations like this, thousands of children would never have to the opportunity to simply cast a fishing line from a canoe, or go for a hike in the woods without being embarrassed or made fun of. It's an amazing organization that has entirely humbled me; as it has opened my eyes to some of the amazing realities that some are forced to live with. And I won't even mention the emotion when you see one of these perfectly lucid little fellas wear it so so so bravely.

If you have the time, please take a minute to donate before this coming Friday. Whether it is $1, $10, $100 or whatever you can spare, I assure you that it will be greatly appreciated and going to a wonderful, simple and attainable cause. I know how easy these messages are to pass up, but I ask of you. If you could just think of how much your lunch cost you today, and donate half of that, that would still be absolutely and completely appreciated. Please, do not glance over this one.

Thanks for your time and consideration. For your convenience, you may donate directly by clicking the following link, which of course, is a completely safe and secure web page.

Donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed by the law. Camp Twin Lakes is a registered 501(c)3 organization.

Brent himself has already donated 100.00 to the cause, so let's at least show him up!!!

Best, Christian

Results are up

Sorry everyone, I've been ruminating my navel for a few days. Brent had to drive over here and pull the empty bottle from my cold cold hands.

Results are up.

Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Results are done and should be posted when we can find the dumpster Christian is sleeping in

O.K., I may need some help here. This has happened before...I need the BAMACROSS legion to join together and do the stanky leg. It has been rumored that multiple enactments of this dance will bring Christian Leask out of his hidey hole no matter what. Channel him out with the stank...instructions attached.

...Until then, here are some pics I stole from Shawn Carroll's facebook page...that is o.k., right? You can also hit flickr and search bamacross for some great shots.

Monday, October 19, 2009

George Ward recovery

I plan on going back to George Ward park tomorrow afternoon at 5:15 to roll, tamp, seed and straw the areas below and beside the tennis courts. If you are available, come on out with your gloves.

Spanish moss and kudzu

photo credit: Ed Whitehorn
Cooter's pond was beautiful yesterday. A great course and some hot racing. Series standings should be up tomorrow.

Thursday, October 15, 2009

Addendum #1

Strike the wording "Double points will be awarded at the Cullman series finale" and replace with - There is a "drop" race in the final series tally. This means that you will get to drop your lowest score at the end of the series prior to calculating your final overall score.

This worked out well last year as it allows you to miss a race or absorb a race ending mishap without dooming your overall placing.

You did remember to keep that muddy number, right? If you were issued a double digit number last week, I want to replace your number this week with a 1500 series to make scoring easier on the officials. I ordered 100 numbers in the 1000 series and we ran out causing us to issue some of last years double digit leftovers, doh.

Prattville should be a blast this weekend as it is a great course and venue.

Tuesday, October 13, 2009



David McNeal
Scott Staubach
Jeff Welp
Peter Dudle
Patrick Harkins
Travis Neumuller
Will Hibberts
Larry Stanley
Patrick Wigley
Ben Chuang
David Todd


Jim Brock
Randy Kerr
Hardwick Gregg
Greg Casteel
Wendell Riley
Matt Holdbrooks
John/Jeff Dorminey
Mike Herring
Carmine Dibiase
Hugh Smith
Mitch Moses
Jonathan Payne
Lee Kingrey


Will Faulk
Trevor West
Landon Wright (Cartwright?)
Campbell Holley
Ethan Smith

Mens 4

Andrew Boyd
Clayton Plummer
Sam Porter
Lee Neal
Zach Davis
Anson Keller
Josh Powell
Matthew Burks
Shawn Carroll
Billy Faulk
Keith Knight
Jimmy Hall
Daniel Keys
Tim Haskew
Karl Heine
Eric Glidewell
Doug Goodwell
George Drake
Alex Cell
John Pugh
Brian Kelley
David Sanders
Michael Garner
John Benefield
Robert Maharrey
Eric Wright
Shawn Roberts
Travis Lewis
Jonathan Payne
Carl Viars
Dave Crain
Mitch Moses
Lee Kingrey
Todd Rosser
Chris Branham
Michael Cork
Tim Meredith
Ben Chuang
Jason Condon
Jon Tubbs

Womens 4

Lisa Trainor
Deanna Steele
Melissa Woods
Leslie Burleigh
Les Whatley
Diedra Fortenberry
Beverly West

Womens 1/2/3

Jenny McDonagh
Lila Bowers
Beth Santoro
Maaike Everts
Trish Albert

Mens 1/2/3

Troy Tucker
Will Fyfe
David McNeal
David Lansden
Mike Hurley
Scott Staubach
Everette Herring
Riley Spahn
Patrick Harkins
Lennie Moon
Eric White
JD Vibert
Phillip Thompson
Jonathan Robbins
Matt Holdbrooks

Mens 3/4 (Give me a minute to put names with numbers)

Steven Benson
Mike Lackey
Matthew Shaffer
1078 James Tudor
1015 Randy Kerr
1000 Greg Casteel
1073 Mark Simpson
1087 Jim Hamner
1001 Travis Neumuller
1080 Paul Drews
1084 Eric Thomas
1076 Charle Savage
1075 Trent Paulk
1063 Brian Bilich
38 Mike Enervold
1074 Blake Gill (officials note:see me)
1013 Larry Stanley
1068 Bill Andrews
1085 George Mattison
42 Pat Allison (officials note:see me)
1061 Geoff Leonard
1083 Chris Leven
1021 David Todd
39 Jacob Tubbs
36 Robert Brunson
1088 Bart Davidson
1022 Patrick Wigley
1064 Josh Gamble
25 Jason Condon
1070 Curtis Cupp
1007 Mike Herring
1067 Max Diaz
41 Phillip Thompson/Katherine Sims - Tandem #1 - Rock Stars

Turf Trauma

I will need some hands this week to repair the turf at George Ward Park. We seeded and strawed the heavily impacted areas on Sunday and we will need to return and hit it again. Once it becomes a little tacky, maybe Thursday, I would like to go back out and roll it with my turf roller and seed and straw again. If you can help please stay tuned and I will post. We are catching some serious heat from the "Friends of George Ward Park" and Councillor Valerie Abbott. I have spoken and met with Parks and Recreation on this matter and I feel like we can resolve any potential conflict with proper and responsible action. Please do not ride the course anymore as we need to keep the water collecting ruts to a minimum.

If you will, you can contact councillor Abbott and let her know what a great venue George Ward Park is and that we are not a bunch of irresponsible hooligans...for the most part.

I will post an informal list of results up in just a bit. These will just be written on a post and not on the official spreadsheet. The official spreadsheet will be up later this week.

Black Sheep

Here's the thing that brings a smile to my face-

136 racers on Sunday
102 from ALABAMA!
3 from Florida
6 from Georgia
4 from Tennessee

Only one year ago we would have needed a strong attendance from outside Alabama to have over 75 racers...I think someone got the memo.

This thing started only 3 years ago with 35 people showing up at a horse farm in Leeds to race around on some power line trails...136 people...

I remember Troy Tucker showing up at that race and dominating with clearly refined skills. After the race I asked him what he thought and he said " this is almost exactly how Cross Crusade got it's start ". I remember those words and who else would be appropriate to show up at the first race of our 4th year and dominate once again?

This weekend is the race that everyone loves to say, Cooter's Pond. Cooter will be the State Championship race this year which is a bragging right like no other. No one will be able to take that away from you me, I know. I was Alabama State Champion way back in 2000 and I never let my wife forget it. Of course, it was not a very well advertised race and there were probably 5 people in our race and I did get a Louisiana coonas... but, those are minor details.

I should have the results off to the smart people this afternoon, which means that the may or may not be posted tomorrow.

Sunday, October 11, 2009

iggy crush, it matters

War At The Ward from Velo Ghosts on Vimeo.

That's no sissy Portland mud, That's fine Alabama red clay...Oxi Magic has met it's match. Me tired. More for you to chew on later. I stole the picture of Brian at the bike wash and Mark on course from facebook...lots on there. Big props to BLR (Bike Link Racing) and especially Ben Chuang for all the planning and hard work.

Thursday, October 08, 2009

Three piece suit, spandex pants, cowboy boots

Here we are, hours before the kickoff of the '09 Bamacross I ready? are you ready? I'm psyched at the prospect of new people getting involved this year. We had a couple of new women at practice last night along with many new faces that have been riding the course the past couple of weeks. That's what keeps the ball rolling for this thing - the new faces - the person showing up on their beater mtn bike or rigged up road bike - the mud on their teeth as they smile after their first race - the realization that they have discovered something because of our efforts...that is the charger for the Bamacross battery.

For those of you unfamiliar with the series, a few quick notes -

The race number you are issued at the first race is your number for the ENTIRE SERIES. Do not throw it away. Stuff it in your race bag so you have it at the next race. Keeping the same number throughout the series helps the organizers and scoring a ton. If you forget or lose your number, a replacement can be purchased for $5. Please let registration know you are purchasing a new number as replacement or your scores for the series will be wonky.

The leaders jerseys will be issued at the podium at George Ward. When the race is over and podium activities have concluded, you must turn the jersey back in at registration. The jerseys will be re-issued at each race. The series winner will take the jersey home for good, duh.

The team competition will be hotly contested as usual. Make sure to list your team name on your release form so we can properly issue points. It is important that you and your team get together an make sure that you are all writing in the same team name and not confusing the wording.

It's gonna be wet and muddy and muddy and muddy, bring a clean kit for the podium. Podiums will be taking place approx. 45 min after the conclusion of your race.

Come get some.

Tuesday, October 06, 2009

Wednesday Practice

George Ward Park Big Pkg lot 5:15

Friday, October 02, 2009

George Ward Park

Saturday afternoon 3 PM working on course and course preview.

Tuesday, September 29, 2009

George Ward Pre-ride

Tomorrow afternoon @ 5:30, meet at big pavillion by the playground

Monday, September 28, 2009

POS clarified...not a clarified POS

This contest has generated more interest than I imagined...and why shouldn't it. You do not need a fancy cross specific bike to race cross. You do, however, need a POS to win a fancy MONSTERCROSS bike. Here are the rules:

The contest will run through the entire series

- I will be watching all series long and making mental notes and taking pictures
- You must race more than one race to be eligible
- ..... I thought there was another point to make, but, that just about wraps it up

Show me what you've got. Have some swagger. A costume will speak volumes to me. Themes are encouraged.

The winner will be announced at the series finale in Cullman, Be there.

Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Tuesday, September 22, 2009

State Championship

The State Championship will be race #2 in Prattville. Bring your "A" game if you want the hardware.

2009 BamaCross Tee's

Have a look at the 2009 series BamaCross official Tee.

For sale, right here on this site, really soon!

Thursday, September 17, 2009

this and that

George Ward flyer is can officially start geeking out, spazzing out, dancing, singing, running into the wall... whatever it is you do.

and this...

A bunch of us got together and made a franken-cross course out at Oak Mtn. It has steep run ups, a long run up, several barrier crossings, singletrack, chip seal, gravel, slippery stuff, and grass. The only thing we don't have is sand. We meet on Sundays at 8AM, South Trailhead parking lot.

Wednesday, September 16, 2009