Cyclocross World Cup-Koksijde…The full story, Part 2

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  1. …pietro, i must reiterate…your great photos & comments make the ’scene’ available to us in ways the usual race reports & pics don’t…
    …a nice personal touch…

    …great ‘kodak moments’ of christine ‘peanut’ vardaros who’s a marin county woman…glad you got to meet her as she’s one of those bike racers who took the initiative & went to live in europe to pursue her bicycle dreams…i admire her, as it seems it would be a harder ‘road’ for a woman to ride, on her own…
    …thanks again…

  2. Nice Peter! I agree with bikesgonewild, the news stuff is so rider focused sometimes its hard to grasp the environment. Your photos of the sand almost made me yak. Nice rider and bike pics as well. ML crashed at our house for Verge-Beacon with her VKitten/Aherns machine, crazy nice bike.

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  4. Great stuff and thanks for the Gadret update. Perhaps we’ll see some more of him on the road, then, this year?

  5. GWR- recently posted some info about Gadret. He’s basically giving up racing ‘cross full on to concentrate on the road. I think his ‘cross activities in the future will more resemble that of Roger Hammond who just hits a few races in Belgium and then does his national championship.

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