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    SCOTT Crosstoberfest a Hit



    SCOTT's Crosstoberfest was a Small Town Success

    Sun Valley, ID, Nov 1, 2012- Crosstoberfest, presented by SCOTT Sports, went off this past weekend in Hailey, ID. The event is located nearby SCOTT's US headquarters and blends a Cyclocross race with a Beer Festival for an experience not soon forgotten. The event attracted some 120 racers took to the course in Old Cutters Park racing for a $5000 cash purse while specators enjoyed the 100 craft beers and grub. Billy Olson, the event organizer said, "It couldn't have gone any better. We brought the real European spirit of Cyclocross right here to Idaho."



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    "Cyclocross is America's fastest growing cycle-sport, and SCOTT intends to ride that wave," said Adrian Montgomery. "It's not just the racing element that is attractive, it's also the other purposes you can use these bikes for like off-highway or "gravel" riding. Plus these events are a good time for spectators and really make for a festive environment."



    Results:

    Men's 45+
    1. Dave Harrison
    2. Joel Brazil
    3. Michael Olenick
    4. Pete Ross
    5. Scott Grill

    Cat 4 Men
    1. Josh Glick
    2. Zeb Stroebel-Haft
    3. Joel Zellers
    4. Sean Stephens
    5. Chris Wilson

    Cat 1-2-3 Men
    1. Troy Heithecker
    2. Cam Jette
    3. Brad Walker
    4. Shawn Mitchell
    5. Brent Gorman

    Women
    1. Jena Greaser
    2. Kate Shanahan
    3. Brooke Hovey

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    Source: Adrian Montgomery

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    From the video, that looked like a really nicely groomed cross course. Especially liked how they turned a grassy bump into 'grass steps' but with that relatively long run veruse rise, wonder why none were riding them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ms6073 View Post
    From the video, that looked like a really nicely groomed cross course. Especially liked how they turned a grassy bump into 'grass steps' but with that relatively long run veruse rise, wonder why none were riding them.
    I raced in the 35+ class and the grass step run up was much bigger and longer than it looked in the video. The steps were in the 16"/18" tall range

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