SSSMST at ‘Cross my Heart

Jenn at Cross my Heart, (c)Kelly Mikolajczyk

Jenn at 'Cross my Heart, (c)Kelly Mikolajczyk

The ‘Cross my Heart and Hope to Die Willoughby Cyclocross Spectacular came and went on an absolutely perfect autumn afternoon.  The grass was smooth and firm, the sky was blue, and the air was crisp and cool.  This year’s course was pretty different than last year’s… basically run backwards, which made for a better race.

The Spin/Second Sole team had a nice contingent there in both the B and the A races.  Jenn Davila and Jim Lamastra both did a great job suffering through their first ‘cross races ever, but the rest of us don’t have any excuses.  Andy finished about 6th in the B race, and Nacho was close behind… I don’t know where exactly.  Scott Zubricky had a nice start but decided that Saturday wasn’t his day, and bowed out.  There were about 50 riders in the B race.

Jim and Bruce MacDonald both entered the A race, which was populated by about 46 of the region’s top ‘crossers– it was incredibly fast.  Both guys finished a very respectable mid-pack, and earn huge huevos points for entering the A race to begin with.

Photos at the SSSMST Flickr Page, and some from Brad Beeson, and Kelly Mikolajczyk, too.

Here are a few more photos, thanks to Kelly for taking the time to come out and shoot the race.

Andy, (c)Kelly Mikolajczyk

Andy, (c)Kelly Mikolajczyk

Nacho, (c)Kelly Mikolajczyk

Nacho, (c)Kelly Mikolajczyk

Mud

Mud, (c)Kelly Mikolajczyk

Bruuuuce

Bruuuuce, (c)Kelly Mikolajczyk

Jim

Jim, (c)Kelly Mikolajczyk

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One Response

  1. Nice job guys…sorry I couldn’t make it.

    JW

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