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Hi! CX has been neglected in San Diego for a while now, but a group called San Diego Cyclocross (SDCX) is working to change that.
We are a loosely organized Facebook-based group with the goal of creating CX training and race opportunities in the San Diego area. We are working with SoCalCross to bring a race to San Diego this season (USAC), and are planning some clinics and training sessions.
Our first SDCX skinsuit kit (non-profit / at-cost) is also available now for anyone who is looking for a nice looking skinsuit for this upcoming season. Sponsor-free and simple design -- a few days left before the order window closes:
Probably an easy question: my cx bike still has rim brakes and I was just wondering - since the cx world has pretty much completely moved over to discs: what kind of wheels do you get for a rim brake bike nowadays? just normal road wheels (e.g. fulcrum racing 6)?
Recently bought a Mongoose selous sport to get started on some light gravel/dirt and some weekday road riding. The bike sits around 24.5lbs (is this heavy?). Was this a good choice? Can I move far with this bike (progress into doing events) or should I have gone with the Cannondale topstone for almost double of what I paid? The bike seems to ride fine but I am not really aware of what makes a more expensive bike of this caliber better.