Ed Sander Masters 3/4 Helmet Cam

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This is the part of 'cross that Masters 3/4 racers do better than most.

Ed Sander Memorial Cyclocross took place September 26 at The Lilypons Water Gardens in Adamstown, Md. In recent years the course has been slow and muddy. This year it was dry and fast. What we have for your viewing pleasure is a lap and a half of the Masters 3/4 race. The footage starts off quickly and then ends prematurely and abruptly. A pattern we here at CXHairs.com hope not to continue repeating.

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6 Responses to “Ed Sander Masters 3/4 Helmet Cam”

  1. gwadzilla

    I am not sure what happened.

    why did the camera man get off his bike?

  2. anon

    HEY COACH MANHUE I THINK YOU ARE PROBABLY SO DISSAPOINT. PLEASE TELL US WHAT THE BILL DID TO WRONG HERE? I NEED TO NO.

  3. ryan d

    listen to the audio. they give one direction, then say the other.

    so, which was it supposed to be?

    also, i have talked with andres, the rider down being attended to. all is well, no broken neck, just a broken helmet and a bunch of soreness.

    youll get the podium eventually, bill – and then you can interview yourself.

  4. Mark

    So. The crash got you too, after the fact. Too bad, man, you looked like you were riding strong.

  5. Mike

    Maybe its just me, but I really didn’t like the course all that much. It must be the mountain biker in me wanting a more technical course (I can’t hang with the roadies on those long flats!)

    Glad to hear the rider is OK.

  6. Carlo

    I was there attending to Andres. Unfortunately he did get conflicting directions from the first guys as he came up to the scene. not to mention that the corner there had some pretty loose gravel. I think both may have played a factor.


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