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October 13, 2012 05:55 PM

Cyclocross Race Tests Cyclists' Skills

sioux falls, SD

For the fourth straight year, cycling enthusiasts from all walks of life hit the trails in Sioux Falls to test their limits.

Spoke-N-Sport hosted the second of three Cyclocross races Saturday morning at Upper Tuthill Park. The event has two different races depending on skill level. The registration fee is only $10 and organizers say attendance has increased 25 percent this year alone.

"More people are looking to find ways to be actively involved in a healthy lifestyle," Cyclocross race organizer Peter Oien said. "Cycling is a great sport because people that are 10 or 50, 60, 70 can be out on the course at the same time. There's pretty low barriers to entry and a pretty inclusive group."

The final of the three Cyclocross races will be held Saturday, October 27 at Lower Tuthill Park.

For more information on registering for the event, visit Spoke-N-Sport's website.

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