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Does this apply to Challenge Open Tubulars too?

1 year, 8 months ago on Mechanical Monday: Should You Be Buying Tubulars Early? The Aging Process, Explained


So that'll be Summer training and racing road tyres, Winter training and racing road tyres, then the Almanzo, then the full set of Challenge 'Cross one rear Hometrainer tyre for the Turbo. The garage is getting very full!

1 year, 8 months ago on Tire Review: Challenge Almanzo Gravel Race Tire


I love Craft base Layers....the sleeveless, short sleeve and long sleeve Active Extreme varieties all get my recommendation.

1 year, 8 months ago on Product Review: CRAFT Performance Baselayers


What a product! Leg Lube Performance Shave Gel is one of the best things I have ever used, and I've only used it twice! First time using it, I discovered a little trick....put it onto dry legs and let it almost toally absorb (takes less than a minute). Next, run a sink of hot water, and libarally wet the area you want to shave ("re-activating" the gel). I sarted with my lower leg. As each part is done, wet the next area and carry on shaving until the job is done.


I've never had smoother legs, and this is because Leg Lube Performance Shave Gel is so quick to apply, and so simple to use. I've shaved twice this week, once before an event on Sunday, and again yesterday. Normally I'd leave shaving until the weekend, but because Leg Lube Performance Shave Gel works so well, I'm using it more - plus, as the sun is out, I'm in shorts, and nobody likes a hairy leg in shorts (do they?). Leg Lube Performance Shave Gel has stopped the "burn" that you get from a normal razor and shaving cream, and those annoying little shaving nicks you get.


I love it, and so does my wife. Don't tell her that I have more than 1 bottle though....or one might just go missing!


Thanks for a great product, and thanks for a great shave! My legs have never been smoother, or felt faster!

2 years, 6 months ago on Product Review: LEG LUBE® Shaving Gel


Just received my order from Leg Lube. Great communications, service and delivery from Austin and the team. So far so good, and the product smells amazing! Don't tell my wife though, because I'm not sharing! Thanks Leg Lube, and thanks to CXM for bringing this product to my attention.

2 years, 7 months ago on Product Review: LEG LUBE® Shaving Gel


Dear OregonRacerX,

I am not Steve Johnson.
I am a completely different Steve, and I live in the UK.
I think that CXMagazine is the best 'cross riding site on the www.

If I have caused any confusion, I apologise.

Mmmmmmmmolly's biggest fan!

3 years ago on USA Cycling Pressures OBRA, Independent Organizations and Events


Hi. I'm in the UK, and here's my take on what should be going on.......

USA Cuycling should be the main governing body that all State organisations deal with / look up to. USAC should maintain their control on the elite level of the sport, the UCI events, and all SERIES of events (such as USGP).

The State committees should continue to look after the grass-roots side of the sport, and any events where there is a one day eventt, or multiple day (weekend?) scenario. Where the single or multi-day event is not sanctioned at a National USAC level, then it will be sanctioned as an event under the rules of the State committee.

Any organiser, in any state, must approach their local committee first, who (in turn) would deal with USAC at a National level.

All officials should be shared, but ultimately they should be under the umbrella of the State.

Rider licensing, age and ability categories, and rules should be managed by USAC, and enforced at a State level.

Ok, this is a perfect scenario, but someone needs to say it because it sounds like there's too much smoke for the officials at all levels (current) to see it.

Steve (the one who is in love with TGWTC-BT)

3 years ago on USA Cycling Pressures OBRA, Independent Organizations and Events


Is it just me or is "The Girl with the Cowbell tattoo" quite a cutie?

3 years, 1 month ago on The Girl with the Cowbell Tattoo: Things Aren’t Always What They Seem