Lindine started at the back at Windham and had some bad luck along the way. Cyclocross Magazine
Justin Lindine (Redline) had the chance to wear the stars and stripes in full US kit last weekend at the Windham World Cup: a race so close to his hometown it’s practically in his own backyard. With enough UCI points to qualify to race the World Cup, Lindine was still relegated to a last row spot, meaning he had a lot of work to do in the first laps of the race. However, a flat tire almost right away ended Lindine’s chances of ever making it into the front of the race, though he managed to pass other stragglers in the back.
However, Lindine got his revenge on the course and took the win in the open Pro race the next morning, only hours after finishing the World Cup race.
Here, Lindine talks with us about how it felt to race with some of the best in the world, and what his plans for the rest of the season are.