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Raleigh Singlespeed Derby Avoids Flood with Flames, Fog and Frigid Temps
On Thursday night, in the middle of the 2013 Cyclocross World Championships week in Louisville, KY, over one hundred singlespeeders gathered to celebrate the spirit of cyclocross in a fashion that strayed far away from any USA Cycling or UCI regulations or last-minute flood-related changes and embraced the unpredictable and dangerous. The event? The Raleigh Singlespeed Derby, promoted by Brian Segal.
A slippery, off-camber singletrack in complete darkness, a flaming barrier, a fog tent and generous offering of bourbon shots greeted racers willing to brave the frigid temperatures and falling snow. Held just a few miles from the UCI Cyclocross World Championships, the event drew out visiting Masters racers, locals, a unicyclist and even a film crew from Belgian television channel, Sporza.
We’ve got a few photos of the nighttime cyclocross race, “won” by Cyclocross Magazine’s chief sandbagger John Proppe, via photographer Brian Nelson:
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