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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