The 2016 Singlespeed Cyclocross World Championships
We didn’t have time to take many ourselves, but many people came out and did it for us.
Now you can buy a bound collection of those pictures in magazine format!
December 3 & 4, 2016
Kruger’s Farm. Sauvie Island. Portland. Oregon.
To reattach the umbilical. We’re going to Make Singlespeed Racing Racing Again.
The event is only possible through the generous support of these amazing folks that we hope we don’t embarrass
Planning to fly across country to attend a well organized, completely structured professional bicycle race? Prepare to be disappointed! All we have to offer you are some vague answers to questions you didn’t even ask.
WHERE SHOULD I STAY?
We’ll work on that. For now, the best we can offer you is a couch. Not our couch, obviously. But a couch. Somewhere else. In the future, we’ll put together some resources for you.
HOW HARD WILL IT BE?
Super hard. This is a world championship after all, so you’ll probably be racing against Olympic athletes and washed up pros.
WILL THERE BE STRIPPERS?
Maybe? Are we allowed to answer a question with a question?
WHAT SHOULD I BRING?
A bike. Preferably one with a single gear. A sense of humor. A bottle of bourbon would probably be a worthwhile peace offering as well.
CAN I CHEAT?
We don’t have a lot of rules, but we do have this one. The days of cheating are over. If you try and pull anything shady, there will be consequences. We’re not even go to tell you what they are, because we don’t want you to be able to plan for them.
WHO IS JOHN WALROD?
How are rainbows made? Some questions can’t be answered with science.
What to expect from the Singlespeed Cyclocross World Championships