This weekend's rides: Sun 10/5/14 Mellow Johnny's Bike Shop, 400 Nueces, 8:15 am roll-out http://t.co/sVyT0G9F8F
This year's Webberville Cyclocross Race was the ninth Violet Crown 'cross race at Webberville and the largest, at 342 entries, bigger than last season's State Championships held at Webberville last January. Thanks to the twenty five-plus club members who volunteered to set up and work the event. We also got great help from our major sponsor Mellow Johnny's in the form of prizes and race infrastructure. Other contributors to the over $3,000 prizelist were Brad Houston Law, Dawson-Lipul Builders, Rol Wheel Works, Hops and Grain Brewing and Linda Craig Massage.
The course was a shorter variation of the usual course, taking out an asphalt section and adding a log run-up, to provide a little something for all types of 'cross rider, hopefully. Unfortunately there was no mud; the weather being an un'cross-like sunny and eighty degrees, but typical for Texas and very nice for the spectators and hecklers.
Here are photos from the race. You can find the results on the txbra.org site here. Photos provided by Rusty Brooks. You can see more of his cycling photos here, or learn more about Rusty on his Facebook page here. Use of the photos in this photo galIery are restricted to this site. Permission is not granted for any other use, in print or digital.
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