Cyclo-cross. Cyclo-x or just CX. Call it what you will, this form of bike racing reveals the true physical condition of its competitors. Typical race courses are riddled with unrideable obstacles, such as stairs, sand pits and muddy hills, which each rider must negotiate. The Fort Lewis College Cyclocross Series held its series finals on Sunday afternoon at the FLC football stadium, complete with freezing temps and lots of yellow tape. Heres a look ...

Chad Cheeney hurdles a wooden barrier during the Mens A
Finals. A rider charges up the stadium stairs. Competitors weave through a maze of yellow tape. A classic view from the Fort Lewis Rim. Bikes rest up before the race. Dustin Wanstrath makes a break for it.


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