Cyclocross Radio Ep 138 | CXWORLDS Road Show With Zach Schuster

Live from the roads of Denmark, it’s another edition of Zach and Bill talk cyclocross. Zach Schuster, Cyclocross Magazine editor, joins Bill for a post-mortem of the Bogense Cyclocross World Championships. The conversation takes place hours after the end of CX Worlds in a rental car on the drive from Bogense to Odense. 

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One thought on “Cyclocross Radio Ep 138 | CXWORLDS Road Show With Zach Schuster

  1. Nice listening to you guys wrap about Worlds. I got a chuckle when you said “we’re making a right turn,” because it had some metaphoric value to the conversation. Keough’s performance was amazing, and she could have been mentioned more up front rather than as an afterthought.

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