Crosshairs Radio Episode 54: TDDTIE (Zeven, Hamme and more)

David, Scott and Bill go in deep on the latest World Cup cyclocross round that took place in Zeven, Germany, and the DVV race in Hamme that closed out the past weekend. Sanne vs. Katie, Wout vs Mathieu, Vinnie vs. Jens … we cover it all.

This episode is presented by the fine folks at Cantu Cycling Wheels. Hand built, race inspired. Check out their whole line of wheels at http://www.cantuwheels.com/. Find them on Twitter at @cantu_wheels

Also sponsoring this episode is  BikeneticX, the only Mid-Atlantic cyclocross race with a pirate ship. Come out December 11 to Haymarket, Virginia Race your bike, hang out and have a great end of the season party with the Bikenetic gang. Register at www.bikereg.com/bikeneticx.

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Mr. David Palan is on Twitter at @David_Palan.

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