Singlespeed CX World Championships 2016

Dec 8, 2016
by Colin Meagher  
And now for something completely different...

Many Pinkbike readers are familiar with the XC Singlespeed World Champs: a raucous circus of an event that is equal parts fun, chaos, and serious racing. And in no way is it recognized by the UCI as a legit event. The Singlespeed CX World Champs take that level of chaos and turns it up to 11. And dials the serious racing waaaaaaay back. And in no way, no how does the UCI want anything to do with it. The original race was held in Portland, OR ten years ago. After a few years, it was turned loose to run amok about North America, with stops in Seattle, San Francisco, Kentucky, Philadelphia, and Victoria, BC. This year, the race came back to its spawning bed in PDX, an ungainly adolescent with zits and an attitude as compared to the goofy toddler that wandered off a seven years ago. Attendees included the four-time master of fun and SSCX winning Adam Craig, Belgian Cross legend Sven Nys (the Nico Vouilloz of CX racing), Josh Bryceland, EWS racers Mark Scott and Iago Garay, Jessica Cutler, and Mical Dyck, and 593 of their friends (the field was capped at 600). In other words, a lot of people interested in having a ridiculously good time. So sit back, relax, and enjoy a photo epic that is completely different from what's typically found on Pinkbike. Special thanks to Dylan VanWeelden, Brad Urban, and Nikki Hollatz for helping me be in four places at once.

Registration... the line was long but the beer was good and the collection of souls was even better.
Registration... the line was long but the beer was good, and the collection of souls was even better. I mean where else are you going to be able to rub shoulders with people like Adam Craig, Sven Nys, Chris King, Mical Dyck, Jessica Cutler, and Josh Bryceland?

This year's event was capped at 600. But that didn't mean an automatic entry into the SSCXWC elite races. Oh no. To make the cut, riders had to qualify in a time trial format with only the top seven male and female riders from each heat securing an arm bracelet entry into the main event. Fail to qualify, though, and not all was lost; racers had 3 other chances to qualify: the hole shot challenge, a dual slalom race, and karaoke (only a few were willing to submit to this torture).

This event was capped at 600. But that didn t mean an automatic entry into the SSCXWC. Oh no. To make the cut riders had to qualify in a time trial format with only the top seven male and female riders from each heat securing an arm bracelet entry into the main event. Fail to qualify though and not all was lost.
Ready, set, go! There were thirteen qualifying heats to make the elite races. it didn't matter if you were Josh Bryceland, Sven Nys, or Mical Dyck; you still had to qualify.

Drag strip courage.
Drag strip courage. A hole shot on a long straight like this means nothing if you can't hold on for one of the top seven spots.

Racers had 3 other ways to qualify this is the hole shot challenge a dead sprint across a boggy infield in an effort to be the first one to knock over the traffic cone.
So you didn't qualify. Not a big deal. The "hole shot challenge": a dead sprint across a soggy infield to a safety cone. The first one to knock over the cone was in. Organizers would take 3 from each field of failed qualifiers, so determined singlespeeders had three additional chances to qualify. The resulting collection of give no f-ks, all out sprints saw loads of carnage, and some truly inspired battles.

Battle royale.
Battle royale.

Another rider earns his wings.
Another rider earns his wings.

And he s IN
And he's IN!

So you failed at the Hole Shot Challenge? Well just maybe a bit of head to head Dual Slalom racing will see you redeem your piss poor qualifying time trial failure and your utter lack of sprint legs, and thus secure you an entry into the WC races. If not, riders had only karaoke left in order to gain a chance to vie for a tattoo and the coveted gold speedo/bikini.

So you didn t get a W in hole shot challenge Well just maybe some head to head DS racing could see you redeem your piss poor qualifying time trial failure and secure an entry into the WC race. If not riders were relegated to a noon-ish parade . And it wasn t all a walk in the park. The DS track was fairly legit if sloppy in places. Some races were blow outs but some were fairly tight.
The DS track was fairly legit, if sloppy in places. Some races were blow outs, but some were fairly tight.

You cannot unsee some of the highlights of the DS qualifying Some you don t want to forget like Ratboy Brycland punishing the corners on a flat bar rigged Santa Cruz CX bike or the guy on the tall bike getting after it. But some others After the guy in the one piece rolled by the race official--a certain Adam Craig--had no choice but to crack a cold one in an effort to wash away the spectacle.
You cannot unsee some of the highlights of the DS qualifying: Some you don't want to forget: like Ratboy Bryceland punishing the corners on a flat bar rigged Santa Cruz Stigmata, or the guy on the tall bike getting after it. But some others? After the guy in the one piece rolled by Adam Craig (doubling up as a course marshal) he had no choice but to crack a cold one in an effort to wash away the spectacle.

Pretty hard to stake a top seven place on a tall bike. The sight of this beast on the DS course was insane.
Pretty hard to stake a top seven place on a tall bike. Or take down a hole shot win. Consequently, it was DS for this beast.

A big shout out to this guy Farmer Don.
A big shout out to Kruger Farms and Farmer Don for hosting this event out at Sauvie Island, just north of Portland, OR.

With Qualifying in the bank, most participants headed for the showers and an early night. Sure, a few got loose at a party in North Portland, but with heavy rain in the forecast, many of the riders opted to save their livers for the after party and get rested up. After all, to be at your peak for a hard day of riding and partying, you have to get some sleep. And it did rain. In buckets. All night long the sound of pounding rain was the only sound heard. But come morning, the clouds blew off and revealed a completely mud bogged venue, but glorious sun.

Single Speed CX World Championships image
Race day plea: donations, please.

The last stop for the Grinch before diving into the chaos of SSCXWCPDX. Hell the last stop for all the racers before the main event.
The last stop for the Grinch before diving into the chaos of SSCXWCPDX. Hell, the last stop for all the racers before the main event. #thegrinchwhostoletheportajohn.

it ain t a CX event without caffeine and waffles.
It ain't a CX event without caffeine and waffles.

Words elude me.
Words elude me.

This was an event where safety first kind of took a back seat to good times.
This was an event where safety first and common sense kind of took a back seat to good times. As in, "Hold my beer and watch this!"

That oh shit moment.
That "oh shit" moment, where you hope that whoever is holding your beer leaves some for you or is sober enough to drive you to the hospital.

Faces from the crowd.
Faces from the crowd.

Bacon hand ups are so passe now it s all about cotton candy hand ups.
Bacon hand ups are so passe; now it's all about cotton candy hand ups.

As if a dual slalom track and ankle deep mud weren t enough of a hinderence event organizers added in a battle ball segment.
As if a dual slalom track, a water crossing, and ankle deep mud weren't enough of a hindrance, Transition Bikes added in the "Amazeballs of Fury" segment with racers in the middle. Other course segments included a bubble machine spewing out a wall of white and a run up over a pile of wood chips that continued to grow throughout the day as more chips were tossed onto the pile.

Definitely a theme here...
Definitely a theme here...

A ridiculously good time.
Pain face or a grin? Maybe a bit of both? But there's no denying that it was a ridiculously good time.

By the time the main event went down the course had devolved from gnarly to horrific.
By the time the main event went down, the course had devolved from gnarly to horrific.

Most CX races have a call up. At SSCXWC bikes were placed about 100 meters from the start with racers taking an old school style sprint to get to there bikes. With a couple twists.
Most CX races have a call-up. At SSCXWC, bikes were placed about 100 meters from the start with racers doing a Le Mans style sprint for their bikes. But this is SSCXWC, and it's Portland, an epicenter for two-wheeled chaos...

Then it was a mad dash through head high corn for the bikes.
Organizers got creative with the Le Mans start: racers were routed straight into a field of corn. Not a corn maze, but rather straight through corn that towered overhead. Pure chaos...

Only to discover that a bit of rearranging had been done. Oops
The chaos didn't end at the bikes, either. Zealous spectators were encouraged to do a bit of rearranging of the bikes that so many of the racers had so carefully placed for a quick start. One guy in the men's race was still looking for his bike in the corn some three minutes after the start.

She may be a Kiwi to the core but Rosara Joseph opted to fly some red white and blue for the event
She may be a Kiwi to the core, but Rosara Joseph opted to fly some red, white, and blue for the event.

Hidden on the far reaches of the track well away from curious children was the awesome bus. The rules were simple for a dollar racers could legally cut about 120 yards of the track. And get an eyeful.
Hidden on the far reaches of the track, well away from curious children, was the "awesome" bus. The rules were simple: for a dollar, racers could "legally" cut about 120 yards of the track. And get an eyeful.

Getting the dollar bill hand ups was key there was after all a toll for the short cut.
Getting the dollar bill hand ups was key; there was after all, a toll for the short cut. No dollar? Enjoy an ankle deep mud slog around the bus while the rider 30 seconds back gets ahead of you.

Mical Dyck taking the short cut.
Mical Dyck getting aboard the short bus.

The bus was staffed to provide equal opportunities for the racers one male and two female dancers were on board.
The bus was staffed to provide equal opportunities for the racers: one male and two female dancers were on board.

Dude When I ran through the stripper bus on lap two he wasn t wearing any pants... it was... big.
Dude! When I ran through the stripper bus on lap two he wasn't wearing any pants... it was... big.

And then the hotdog could no longer hold the pace and got spit off the back... Not the kind of trackside announcing you might hear at a different event.
And then the hotdog could no longer hold the pace and got spit off the back... Not the kind of trackside announcing you're ever likely to hear at a UCI event.

Full tilt boogie.
Full tilt boogie.

One bike to rule them Sven Nys ride for the SSCXWC.
One bike to rule them? Sven Nys' ride for the SSCXWC.

Sven Nys was here for the same reasons as everyone else a good time.
Sven Nys was here for the same reasons as everyone else: a good time.

Single speed and legal but not easy to ride the CX swing bike.
Singlespeed and legal, but not easy to ride: the CX swing bike.

Nys through the bottom of the DS course.
Nys through the bottom of the DS course.

Huck to flat.
Huck to flat.

Nys escaping some aggressive exercise ball throwing.
Nys escaping some aggressive exercise ball throwing.

Hodala
Hodala! Ben Popper keeping the beat for Seattle SSCX fans somewhere on the back stretch.

Craig and Nys with post race grins. Nys may be retired but this very easily could have been his race. Maybe he wasn t interested in getting inked The rules are that if you win you get the tattoo failure to get inked relegates you to the losers bracket.
Craig and Nys with post race grins. Nys may be "retired" but this very easily could have been his race. Maybe he wasn't interested in getting inked? The rules are that if you win, you get the tattoo; failure to get inked relegates you to the losers bracket.

Is there anything left in there
Is there anything left in there? Adam Craig with a finish line cure for pain.

Five SSCXWC wins for Craig.
Five SSCXWC wins for Craig. And four tattoos with one more in the wings.

Why race a single speed for CX Kruger Farm doled out a exactly the reason why.
Why race a singlespeed for CX? Kruger Farm doled out exactly the reason why.

Prize money grab game show style.
Jessica Cutler fishing for dollars.

Take note Adam Craig made damn sure to step on the largest denomination bill he could find.
Take note: Adam Craig made damn sure to step on the largest denomination bill he could find as he was closed into the money booth.

Adam Craig with the money grab.
Adam Craig cleaning up with prize money on offer during the money grab. Craig later tipped tattoo artist Papa Tong with a hand full of bills from the loot.

Fresh Ink for the winners. The rules are simple show up. Race. Have a good time. If you win you are not officially recognized as the winner until you get inked. Failure to step up will relegate you to first loser status vs life long bragging rights. Big thanks to Papa Tong for the on sight art work application.
It ain't over til the Ink has been applied. The rules are simple: Show up. Race. Have a good time. But if you win, you are not officially recognized as the "winner" until you get inked. Failure to step up will relegate you to first loser status vs life long bragging rights. Big thanks to Papa Tong for the on sight art work application.

The coveted Golden Speedo presentation and you 2016 SSCXWC Winners Adam Craig and Jessica Cutler.
And that's a wrap! The coveted "Golden Speedo" presentation and your 2016 SSCXWC Winners: Adam Craig and Jessica Cutler.


MENTIONS: @meagerdude



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129 Comments

  • + 161
 I can't believe this event is held in the US. It has Europe written all over it.
  • + 29
 I think it has been like this in Germany well over a decade ago. Never been there, but next time PB ask what needs more coverage, this will have to be it.
  • + 33
 When Ratboy is there, you know its going to be mad!!!
  • + 26
 Nah, they take 'cross seriously in Europe. This would be sacrilege like giving the Pope a wedgie.
  • + 20
 Portland. Portland.
  • + 3
 it is going to Europe in 2017. We'll see you there. Be warned, we are not afraid to cause total chaos.
  • + 10
 things like this happen every day in Portland
  • + 3
 @thinkbike: and Proud!
  • + 3
 you've clearly never been out to the country.... we some freaks.....
  • + 28
 Actually this is about as un-European as it gets when it comes to cyclocross... Americans grabbed the discipline by the ballsack and made it a drunken Halloween costumed muddy stripshow on wheels
  • + 10
 @cyclocrossmonkey: Oh yeah, depends on how you look at it. I was looking at as more of a singlespeed event than CX. CX is where cyclists carry their bike up some stairs. Singlespeed is where you get a tattoo when you win.
  • + 4
 Keep Portland weird!
  • + 1
 @alexlag: they do an easy job at that!
  • + 1
 @Sycip69er: well that would be very very nice boys!
  • - 1
 This is Ultimate American. Unless you refer to the fools dressed up at the tour de france... these are not cycling fans.
  • + 2
 This year was the last year in the US its moving to Europe starting next year.
  • + 3
 Well, except for fat tattooed strippers. Kinda hard to find in Europe.
  • + 150
 Reading this on the bus, had to switch to porn when someone sat next to me. Easier to explain.
  • + 4
 If I don't laugh any harder today than I did after reading this, that will be ok.
  • + 44
 What a f*cking awesome events. People who organized this are really creative.

Probably tons of fun for everyone there. Thanks a lot for sharing these pics. Got me smiling a few times Wink
  • + 3
 I think I have finally found a good reason to get a CX singlespeed bike !!!!
  • + 44
 Fokkin 'ell....

f*ck UCI, f*ck sponsors, f*ck enduro, f*ck the loam and the berms and the jumps ad the hype and all that goody-good bullsh*t

This what ALL bike races should be like.
  • + 67
 You had me until "loam".
  • + 9
 #f*ckrapha
  • + 3
 I hope everyone was on either mushrooms or acid, if not this was some weird shit!
  • + 2
 @dirtyrig: Naaaaa..... just some sloppy fun, just for giggles. A bit like Woodstock, hehe
  • + 2
 @UncleGroOve: Yea I know, my comment was just pun, but Woodstock is a bad example because almost everyone at woodstock was most definitely on acid and or mushrooms! lol...
  • + 31
 I wish there was buses of strippers at crankworx...
  • + 4
 You have/had Hecklers Rock. May need an update like this.
  • + 17
 @vinay: Heckler's Rock is why you don't have buses of strippers at crankworx.
  • + 27
 Only in Portland, Oregon would those women be considered strippers.
  • + 7
 PDX has some of the smartest, hottest, strippers in the US.
  • + 14
 Only on the internet do uninteresting people imagine that anyone cares what they think
  • + 4
 @endlessblockades: I heard there's a club with a salad bar too, open for lunch.
  • + 8
 @twozerosix: it's called the Acropolis. It has a salad bar, steaks, full menu including breakfast and no cover Sunday mornings aka church.
  • + 4
 @Verg: "honneeeeyyy, I'm going to 'church'...." Smile
  • + 1
 Which one has bacon and eggs for Ron Swanson?
  • + 2
 @twozerosix: Totally, there are more strip joints in PDX than I'ver ever seen elsewhere - even in Orange County. It not as stigmatized up there and it's fine to have a quick lunch with full frontal nudity. Civilized
  • + 2
 @twozerosix: Club 205 also has breakfast sundays and no cover FYI
  • + 2
 @dimetera413: Acropolis and Club205 both have breakfast with bacon and eggs. Sassys had $2.50 grilled cheese and fries for years but pulled it off the menu.
  • - 3
 That tattooed lady in the strip van was enough to turn me off for good.
  • + 2
 @twozerosix: I hear they'll toss your salad for you too...additional charge of course!
  • + 2
 @RideTahoe707: yes please. Shaken not stirred
  • + 25
 I feel like everyone there was a dirtbag.
  • + 1
 Except for Sven Nys...
  • + 0
 I only know two people who cyclocross and both are attention craving hipsters. It's too bad because this event looks like wicked fun. If the cx community had the ability and motivation to put on such a cool event they can't be all bad right?
  • + 1
 @MrFogg: It has jumped the shark for a while now. Combine a slightly less snooty roadie crowd, appreciation for Belgian beers, the inevitability of being seen as part of a 'scene', and either archaic or exotic components... it has hipster all over it. Oh and Portland. This event has always been a nutty party though. I agree with the other post that Crankworx could borrow a smidge of this attitude and be better off.
  • + 1
 @MrFogg: "only two" is quite the sample size, MrScientist.
  • - 1
 @n3sta: Ha ha yeah, but my 95% CI is insanely low! Read the entire comment too, I clearly identified the fault in my own observation. Oh and it's Mr. Engineer, not scientist. I haven't earned the right to be called a scientist!
  • + 5
 @MrFogg - SSCXWC is the most hipster CX event there is.. (hipsters love fixies and single speeds in general)

Outside of areas like Portland and Austin, most CX racers are not hipsters. Most are XC racers who also train on the road and do CX for fun. Roadies with no MTB background typically do not take to CX since it requires strong technical handling skills.

At least that is my experience as someone who races CX and knows hundreds of other CX racers (including a few who are pictured in this article)
  • + 4
 @t4ngent: "Roadies with no MTB background typically do not take to CX since it requires strong technical handling skills."

And mud. There are a large segment of roadies who do not care for mud, or even rain.
  • + 1
 @MrFogg: So you'd miss out on an amazing and fun event because of people you "feel" are hipsters? Your loss.
  • + 1
 @Wesley-Swipes: Read the entire series of comments and replies. My original comment was that despite outward appearances the cx crew seem to know exactly how to have a wicked good time, at least at this event. Simply put, this article forced me to rethink my assumptions. It's a compliment!
  • + 22
 Ratboy kissed my girlfriend at the after party. I had no chance against the Rat!
  • + 73
 I'm sorry to say but she probably has hantavirus now.
  • + 21
 They need mountain bike trails in Portland so people don't need to resort to cycle-cross.
  • + 1
 Forest Park needs some trails on it, it's like a 15 min ride from my house.
  • + 16
 That is the best article/event I've ever read about on PB. hands down.
  • + 15
 Photos of the van or it didn't happen
  • + 10
 Quality behaviour.
  • + 5
 That's Ratty's qualification lap. He came in 8th and had to race dual slalom to get in.
  • + 1
 @meagerdude: He's an honorary 'Gonian now!

Long Live the Rat
  • + 9
 What a shit show! hahah looks like a great time!
  • + 7
 i love love love this race!!! What a great fun, reminds me of Takeshi's castle Smile
  • + 5
 Props to Sven for showing up, putting on a clinic for a few laps, and taking his heckling. This is the guy who complained about beer being thrown on his at the CrossVegas race a few years ago. Wish he won and got the tattoo!
  • + 21
 Throwing a beer in someone's eyes during a "real" race is inappropriate. Quite the opposite when the race is all about being inappropriate.
  • + 1
 How did he even happen to find himself at this race? Is he friends with the organizers, or did they pay him appearance fees? Or did he really truly want to do this event, even though he doesn't drink?
  • + 2
 @twozerosix: He wanted to do it, and Trek wanted him to do it for marketing purposes since he reps their Boone CX bikes.

www.cyclingnews.com/news/nys-back-in-the-saddle-at-single-speed-world-championships-gallery
  • + 1
 @t4ngent: That is super awesome. I remember reading that most of the big euro pros appreciated the US style of cross anarchy for what it was, because of the different crowd (most here are racers rather than chain smoking frites eating spectator-supporters) and the deep grassroots popularity. Cool that Sven was game to join in.
  • + 7
 Who would have thought ,if you reverse the letters xc would be interesting and fun...
  • + 6
 Setting the Gold (speedo) standard for biking events. Great coverage! Great pics! Thanks for the laughs and glimpses at strippers.
  • + 6
 CX: Road biking's hotter, more fun sister. Or brother. Or whatever you need - no judgement here.
  • + 5
 Sauvie Island is a gosh darn mud pit and this looks like the best kind of organized chaos. F*ck yeah! Bummed I missed it but thankful for the photo epic. Yeeww!
  • + 7
 Best fucking event ever!!!
  • + 6
 Ratboy to race uci cx this year, confirmed.
  • + 3
 I totally dig narrow tyres but can someone explain me why CX bikes have dropped roadie handlebars? Sounds like a tradition... like Santa Claus or stoning women
  • + 1
 Because road bikes have handlebars, and your UCI overlords have banned flat bar with bar-end combos. Similar to golf, cyclocross just has these anachronisms which may, or may not help the rider navigate a course with speed.
Many years ago (maybe 1998?) Thomas Frishknecht got on the podium at CX worlds riding a Ritchey with a flat bar. I believe that's the last time that happened.
  • + 1
 @twozerosix: But in the above photos there are tons of flat bars. Is that because SSCXWC is not CXWC and also not UCIed?
  • + 7
 @PHeller: Correct sir. The UCI would also have problems with yoga ball pelting, toll booth short cuts, and LeMans starts. And strippers, definitely no strippers in the UCI.

Despite what industry product managers might declare, a cx bike is basically a road bike with more clearance and slacker angles. Cyclocross race courses don't have nearly the technical challenges of even a modern xc course (Brazil Olympics for example) and when coupled with the long straights and road sections, drop bars and a road-ish position are going to be faster.
  • + 7
 @twozerosix: the UCI may not have strippers, but they definitely have whores. In fact the whole organization are a bunch of whores.
  • + 4
 @chriscowleyunix: bejezus have you seen any big organization ever created bu human beings that isn't full of crap?
  • + 4
 that freak show looks realy fun, imagine how many gallons of beer was drunk there and how many joints was smoked...
  • + 3
 nice to see some coverage from the bike world that isn't dh or enduro. keep the variety coming pinkbike, you're getting kinda stale.
  • + 3
 Total CHAOS!!! Gets my heart rate up just looking at the photos. Great report @meagerdude I had no idea Rat Boy was there.
  • + 4
 Nice work here, Colin. Great seeing you out there!
  • + 4
 UTAH SUCKS! This would never happen here. Not even close. Thanks Mormons.
  • + 1
 Uhh, I got a sticker at check-in that would beg to differ. Maybe that was a joke though. sscxwcslc17(?)
  • + 2
 You hang out with the wrong crowd
  • + 1
 Great !Maybe I'll move to Utah!!
  • + 3
 2 photos in and there are ginger beards and ear plugs, why am I not surprised
#HipsterShite
  • + 2
 So cool to see Sven Nys (S. Nice!) here. Dude's awesome and I'm a huge fan. I saw him win his last WC against van Aert last year.
  • + 2
 I've never raced in my life, if more race organisers get a stripper bus in I may rethink my policy
  • + 1
 You should be more specific or perhaps we will all get male strippers in the races
  • + 4
 @santiagomo87: I'd like to think as above that they'd cater for both :-)
  • + 1
 This is the first time I've been convinced that cross can be cool and fun and not for lack of trying or exposure. Also.... RATBOY!!!
  • + 2
 Awesome coverage Pinkbike and it was great to see Ratboy there as well as a collective of bike riders, so much fun.
  • + 3
 Not recognized by UCI, how cool is that!
  • + 3
 cyclocross: when you want to get muddy but don't like going fast.
  • + 3
 This looks freaking insane, and fun as hell.
  • + 3
 PB giving The Radavist a run for there money with this photo expose'
  • + 2
 When I hear somebody say HTFU, this is what I think of, this shit looks H as F
  • + 2
 f*ck yeah T$A Stripper bus!
  • + 2
 looks a little bit to crazy for me.
  • + 1
 The way it should be... After SSWC16 pretty much every bike event will suck balls...
  • + 1
 wow! super fun stuff. shout outs go out to the pacific northwest, for being such a rad place to live!
  • + 2
 this is like post society bike racing. I like it Smile
  • + 2
 Carbon footprint, ye say?
  • + 2
 Booze Strippers and bikes. A recipe for a good time.
  • + 1
 I went to a CX event last week.... It was not as eccentric but not far away ... and really fun !
  • + 2
 searching PB classifieds for CX bike now
  • + 3
 Cx looks like a blast
  • + 1
 holy sh!t! roadies on mountain bikes? this looks strangely fun but also a little gay
  • + 3
 This is why bikes.
  • + 1
 mix a little booze, CX, Fear and Loathing +mud = what looks like a hell of a good time
  • + 1
 was wondering how long I'd have to scroll before an Adam Craig photo appeared
  • - 2
 This reminds me of the first hokey game I have seen in person, 1 year ago. Long atory short, could not watch the game because of all the mindless music, "show featires" tv spots etc... totally embarrassing.
Juat like this event.
However it is the perfect ser up for americans.
  • + 1
 Looks like a ton of fun! Smile
  • + 1
 I was so bummed I had to work that day.
  • + 1
 This is so weird, and I love it.
  • + 1
 One bloke look as though he was in a condom suit
  • + 2
 Weird...
  • + 1
 A W E S O M E !
  • + 1
 Great stuff!!
  • + 1
 What's "up" with 297?
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