Crosshairs Radio Episode 17: Elliott, Kevin and Taylor (Basement Tapes #2)

Elliott, Kevin, Taylor and Bill gather in the cxhairs basement studio for a round-table discussion about recent European cyclocross races and the upcoming U.S. Cyclocross Nationals in Asheville, N.C.

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Midway through the show we are stumped by an omission on one of the cyclocross nationals registered rider list and call in Cyclocross Network’s Scott Dedenbach to help set the record straight. Scott then sticks around to help us pick the podiums in most of the elite races.

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2 thoughts on “Crosshairs Radio Episode 17: Elliott, Kevin and Taylor (Basement Tapes #2)

  1. Good show, not at formatted as your others. Good to listen to while doing work. Have been watching the Euro Races so liked othersthoughts. Keep up the good work. Was going to go to Nationals, but thinking to watch the live stream instead.

  2. Glad you touched on the live internet feeds/geo-restrictions with EKZ vs. Belgian ‘cross. Does anyone know why these series (SuperPrestige, BPost, World Cup) want to block U.S. viewers from seeing their races? I thought I remember in the last couple years being able to watch the VIER live Belgian feeds from the U.S., now suddenly they’re blocked (geo-restricted). The UCI claims they want to globalize cycling, they transmit the World Cups through YouTube and then what do they do? They block U.S. viewers from the live feeds. I just don’t get it! It seems to make no sense whatsoever.

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