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Sho-Air International addresses UCI/USAC “Forbidden Race” Ruling

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Sho-Air International addresses UCI/USAC “Forbidden Race” Ruling

Post by Zenkem on Tue Apr 09, 2013 12:29 pm

Sho-Air has just gave the UCI the middle fingure:


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Post by notdeadyetcyclist on Mon Aug 05, 2013 4:48 pm

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And now Scott is giving it USAC. Tedro is an interesting guy and I've had both the pleasure and mispleasure of working with him when I was the venue director for some racing in Colorado. One thing for certain he opens his checkbook often enough for cycling so his opinions and actions shouldn't be taken lightly by USAC. Part of the problems Scott was complaining about at USAC as having changing direction was directly related to one individual and she was let go about a year or so ago. The guys there at USAC MTB are not bad guys--it's just hard to be the national governing body (responsible to the OTC to get our cycling teams to the olympics) if you're not going to enforce UCI rules. USAC would lose their status as the responsible party for cycling in the U.S. if they did. This is a much larger issue than Scott probably understands IMO.

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