Crosshairs Radio ep 31: Slinger and the Shark

We are back with another episode from the basement. For Crosshairs Radio episode 31, Taylor “Slinger” Jones and Kevin “CX Shark” Hays join Bill for an update on everything going on in cyclocross news. We go in-depth into the recent transfer news from Telenet Fidea concerning Lars van der Haar and Eli Iserbyt. Get hung up on what it is cyclocross managers actually do. And spend more time than you may be comfortable with discussing World Cup cross country mountainbiking.

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One thought on “Crosshairs Radio ep 31: Slinger and the Shark

  1. Thanks for keeping the fresh content coming, even in the ‘cross off-season!!! Always look forward to the new posts. Bill, speaking of running into Tom Meeusen, any chance you might be able to get him onto Crosshairs Radio for an episode? That’d be really cool – or any of the other Euro top pros for that matter, just to hear their perspective on things. They all seem to be pretty fluent in English so I don’t think language would be a big barrier.

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