#LIKEAVOS 1.3

The 2014 UCI Cyclocross World Championship took place in Hoogerheide, Netherlands. The women’s elite race was pegged as a showdown between UCI World Cup champion, Katie Compton, and six time cyclocross world champion, Marianne Vos. Events don’t always go as planned but that doesn’t mean this race wasn’t an exciting one. The Hoogerheide course was a challenging track, with slick conditions and killer ruts in every corner. The riders who committed, persevered and came out on top.

LIKEAVOS is presented by Skills, Drills and Bellyaches: A Cyclocross Primer, available at cyclocrossbook.com and by CrossVegas, which is going to have the biggest stars in cyclocross toe the line September 10 in Las Vegas, Nevada. More info atCrossVegas.com.

Footage via Sporza: sporza.be/cm/sporza/wielrennen/veldrijden

The music for this episode is all available at bandcamp.com. If you like a song, follow the link and buy it. Many of these albums are available as a “name your price” download. If you buy something, let me know on twitter at @cxhairs. Here are the tracks:

Little Black Car~Dutch Courage: dutchcourage1978.bandcamp.com/track/little-black-car

Isn’t It Sad~Goodman: goodmanmusic.bandcamp.com/album/isnt-it-sad

Pin Me Up~Mavis Gary: mavisgary.bandcamp.com/album/pin-me-up

Feel Weird Hit Of The Winter~The All-About: theallabout.bandcamp.com/track/feel-weird-hit-of-the-winter

All The Sad Young Literary Men~The Great American Novel: thegreatamericannovel.bandcamp.com/track/all-the-sad-young-literary-men

Roger Was A Dancer~Bearstronaut: bearstronaut.bandcamp.com/track/roger-was-a-dancer

Thanks for watching.

LIKEAVOS © 2014 CXHairs LLC

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3 Responses to “#LIKEAVOS 1.3”

  1. Mike

    How long is a pro women’s race supposed to run? I though it would be an hour like the men’s.

  2. schiek

    40 minutes.

  3. Richard McClung

    Perhaps the footage of Vos and Lechner coming into the tree turn will end the fruitless debate of step through vs. “step behind”. It makes no difference to the end result at all. Any imagined advantage gained via one method vs. the other is negligible.

    Don’t you think?


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