Namur ‘Cross race
By the Cyclocross team on December 24, 2012
Redlines Logan Owen crushes the field in Namur Belgium yesterday with fellow American junior Curtis White in second place. This may be the first time in the history of the sport where two American juniors went one-two in a Belgium Cyclo-cross race.
From the details we have we know that it was very muddy, 50’ and the Citadel course is very hilly. Logan’s margin of victory was more than two minutes ahead of Curtis.
Way to go Logan!
Justin Lindine was racing with the elite men in the Namur World Cup and was 48th place and was pulled just before the final lap. Justine tells us it was a tough and muddy race.
Redline wishes to thank all of the great co-sponsors: Challenge tires, FSA components, Kool Stop brake pads, WTB saddles, Voler clothing, Pryme gloves, XLC eyewear/tools, and Honey Stinger nutritionals for helping to make this all happen.
Next up for Team Redline: Euro ‘Cross Camp continues with World Cup races for Justin and Logan on the 26th in Zolder, Belgium, & the USA National Championships January 10-12th in Verona, WI.
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