On episode 52 I chat with Rebecca Fahringer about her start in the sport and her rise to the upper tier of cyclocross racing in the United States. Rebecca has some good stories about transitioning from a triathlete to cyclocross racer and also about her recent trip to Belgium to race Zonhoven and the Valkenburg World Cup.
You can keep up with Rebecca's goings on by visiting www.gofahr.com. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram at @GoFahr.
This episode is brought to you by Bikeneticx, a kickass Mid-Atlantic cyclocross race that takes place December 11 in Haymarket, Virginia. Come hang out with me on the pirate ship. Register at www.bikereg.com/bikeneticx.
This episode is also brought to you by The Chainstay. The ChainStay is a cycling guest house located in the heart of the Flemish Ardennes, only 2 km’s away from the town centre of Oudenaarde. It caters to all cyclists and hosts everyone from a single cycling enthusiast to full professional teams. Want to enjoy Belgium and cycling to it's fullest? Come stay with The ChaInStay! Visit www.thechainstay.com.
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