Photo by Kevin Sparrow, courtesy of All-City
On October 9th we’re doing the best cross ride on the planet for Bandit Cross!
This is a group ride / race or just a group ride depending on whether or not you feel like getting your bustle on.
Meet at Catfish at 3:30
Rollout at 4pm Sharp
We’ll group ride to the start of the Low – Road off American Boulevard and will race to the VFW in Mendota Heights. First one to touch the VFW wins.
The route follows the Low Road to the Cedar Bridge where you will cross on the pedestrian walkway and onto the Sibley Side for a run down the rivers edge to Mendota Heights.
Bring lights. Afteparty at VFW.
Open Winner Ben Lazerquest coming in hot
Hey there sports fans, just wanted to once more say thank you to all of the sponsors, racers, and volunteers who made it such an amazing bike party weekend. It was one of the most fun All City Champs in years, and I hope to see you all next year. If you weren’t able to make it to this one, do think about checking us out, MPLS in the summertime is simply the best!
The alleycat was a long one with 40 miles to cover and hitting all of the highest points in each sector of the city. We also threw in the longest Crosstown Hustle to date, the Hustle is a sealed manifest kamikaze run across the length of the city, and the incessant rain made things very spicy.
Now here are your full results:
1 Tiana Johnson
3 Michelle C
4 Ais Ketchum 1st Out of Town
5 Megatron 1st Fixed
1st Ben Lazerquest
2 John Z
4 Ben H 1st Fixed
5 Stephen R
6 Max S
7 Andy Lagesen – tandem
8 Nikki Munvez – tandem
9 Jeff O’Neil
10 Yung Kristian
11 Peter K
13 John C
14 Tyler R
15 Sean Doe 1st Out of Town
16 James F
18 Max D
19 John W
20 Charlie Pratt
Open Jon Z
And a few favorite images courtesy of All-City and Kevin Sparrow
Last minute instructions
Sk and his mount
Stephen R with mani in mouth
Champ Bags from Trash Bags and Seagull Bags
Your Overall Champions
The veteran Eugène Christophe (1885 – 1970) provides advice to the young Pierre Georget (1917 – 1964) at the 1935 World Championships
Riders Ulrich, Chaillot and (Australian) Eddy Smith at Heysel Stadium 1935 World Championships in Brussels Belgium
World Championships 1935 Heysel Stadium Brussels Belgium
André Leducq (1904 – 1980) carried off of the track at the 1935 World Championships in Brussels Belgium
Jef Scherens August 1935 World Championships
from the amazing Flickr of Douglas Siple
Took an emergency trip to the Upper Peninsula this weekend. I’ll be back shortly. And I know I’ve been slacking on the BMX Video Monday posts and I’m super sorry.