On episode 40 of Crosshairs Radio we talk to Micah Rice, USA Cycling Vice President of National Events. Micah is in charge of all USAC national championships and we spend a lot of time discussing cyclocross nationals. From if the event should move back from January to December, to whether the event should be four days rather than six.
So many topics to cover and we touched on a whole bunch of them. Thank you to everyone who submitted a question for Micah. I tried to work in as many as I could and apologize to those whose questions were not addressed. We may do this again in the future with Micah and can answer those questions in round two.
Thanks to The Service Course for sponsoring the episode. Check out the cleaning kits featuring tampico brushes available at www.theservicecourse.com. And follow along on Twitter at @sc_cycling. For the record, I had a 50/50 chance of getting right what BYOB stood for in The Service Course parlance. And I got it wrong. It’s not bring your own brushes (that just sounds silly in retrospect) but rather bring your own bucket. I’ll get it right next time.
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