| March 3, 2017 | 0 Comments

Cyclocross National Championships

Photo courtesy of USA Cycling/Weldon Weaver

By Greg Mellen

In cyclocross—a sport in which racers pedal cross-country and carry bikes across obstacles—competing over muddy, rutted courses in snow, ice and rain is considered an epically good time. By those standards, conditions were ideal for the 2017 USA Cycling Cyclocross National Championships, held in January in Hartford, Connecticut. “We had it all—we had rain that froze, then snow, then cold,” said Bob Murdock, director of sports marketing for the Connecticut Convention and Sports Bureau.

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