Cyclocross Practice Returns to NYC
We may still be a few weeks away from the first cyclocross race of the season but for New Yorkers cyclocross has officially arrived with the start of Wednesday night cyclocross practice on Randall's Island. Led by King Kog's Keith Garrison, these loosely organized sessions are open to all comers and feature a mix of basic instruction, a selection of drills, and typically a few hot laps to stretch the legs. On occasion these practices have even featured the national champion. If you're in New York City and you're looking to brush up on your cyclocross skills join us throughout the fall. For more information and to stay up to date on any potential weather cancellations join "New York City Cyclocross" on Facebook.
The full gallery of images from a Wednesday night on Randall's Island:
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