Simon on the podium!!!

Especially for light weight issues concerning cyclocross / touring bikes & parts.

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by Briscoelab

Great ride this morning by Simon. 3rd place! Crazy snow.

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by Geoff

Congrats to him! Looked like a Canadian 'cross!

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by xnavalav8r

A great ride for a really great guy! Way to go Simon!

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by andyp

Great ride, Simon, well done.

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by gt5504b

Very fun to watch, great ride Simon!!
Loved the nice power slide to 180. Way to keep it under control, and to fight back up for a well-deserved podium.

Best wishes to carry that form and style on to Kentucky!

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by euan

Aye Simon, loved some of your riding today.

Well dome.
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by simon

thanks guys!!!
that was huge, perfect day and all came together(perfect conditions, tactics, luck, no crash of myself, crashes of nearly everyone else, and so on). not that i think i could pull that off regularly, but it's cool to get it all together once;-)

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You'll do it again at the world championships - GOOOOOO!!! :beerchug:

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by limba

Cool. Congrats.

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by fastvegan

Nice work, not many can say they beat NYS and the world champ in the same race!!

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by marko

What tires was the Czech on, seemd to be railing while others were falling.

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by Dennis

Paul Herijgers said during the race he was probably using Tufo's.

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by simon

bina was on tufo flexus primus 32 mm
bina is sponsored by tufo and on ice they're on par with dugast if not a tad better(thread offers more contact points to the ground yet still slightly more bite than a typhoon)

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