The 2022-2023 UCI Cyclocross World Cup is coming to Dublin, Ireland on Sunday.
We’ve got a course preview for you, but to be honest, it’s a little underwhelming.
Some might mistake it for your average American-style local grass crit.
We always stay POV cameras never do courses justice and very much hope that that is the case here. The video might be underwhelming but the course might not.
One can only hope Mother Nature plays a major role in making the racing tough and challenging. Like this:
By the time U23 World Champ Puck Pieterse took to the course, conditions were heavy and slow, thanks to wet conditions, mud and snow:
Here’s a dry look from up above.
See all our 2022 USA Cycling Cyclocross Nationals coverage here.
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