David, Scott and Bill get into it about the Craft Sportswear Grand Prix of Gloucester and the U.S. Open of Cyclocross. We also dive into the European scene and breakdown Polderscross and Zonhoven.
As always, there were tangents galore including a philosophical discussion on where the U.S. UCI races are located (or are not located) and when officials should restart a race.
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