more photos from DCCX 2015

it is almost the weekend... 
almost a week since DCCX

even though I have a thousand more photos from DCCX
I am not sure if I can make it through them

maybe I will resort to a best of
but really... none are that great
they are just documents of a moment in time
I find it hard not to share them

all the photos are pretty much the same
a person racing their bicycle at DCCX
yawn... yawn...
blogs are blah

there it is... 
a photo of a person on a bicycle doing something that very few people would understand
the photo most interesting to the person in the photo
I do post a lot of photos
if you raced DCCX I may have a photo of you

like this one...
nice tongue mr mcgill

yes kids... this is what your teacher Chris McGill looks like on weeikends

lots of fast moving bicycles in the single speed class

I fight any stations of the cross references to go with these photos of Jesus racing cyclocross

Jonah Merriam killing it
impressive high school cyclist

Matt Donahue... it was a thought that Matt had when he lived near the Old Soldier's Home
Matt looked at the land and thought... it would be cool to have a cyclocross race on the property of the Armed Forces Retirement Home
well... the rest is history
present day history

DCCX at The Armed Forced Retirement Home is an amazing fall event for the community of Washington DC each fall
great race with an amazing course and top notch competition
spectator friendly

beer garden sponsored by Oskar Blues
two day race with UCI level competition presented by DCMTB and CROSSHAIRS

Jonathan Seibold of The Family Bike Shop
The Family Bike Shop was one of the sponsors of the day
neutral support provided by The Family Bike Shop

Ryan and Jonathan got a good number of bikes race ready when they might have survived the abuse of this technical cyclocross course

it was a beautiful fall day
a great weekend for bicycle racing
cyclocross on a fall day... magical
simply magical

dusty at times
yet magical

John Shack of Chocolate City Cycling

I am not certain... but I think that ON ONE was stolen like a day or two after the event
lots of photos from DCCX
more photos of DCCX on the Gwadzilla Facebook Page

more photos to come
I can not resist

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