Cyclocross

Say ‘ ‘cross” – photo sales benefit world’s team

Pro shooter Rob Karman of Roadbikephotos.com, who captured more than 3000 images from this past weekend's mud-splashed national cyclo-cross championships in Portland, Oregon, is selling those shots – along with a pledge to donate $1 from every 5-by-7 print and $2 from every 8-by-10 to the American Cyclo-cross Foundation (ACF). If you'd like a reminder of what it felt like to wear a few soggy pounds of Oregon real estate on your jersey, this is your chance. And you'll be helping the ACF with its annual drive to help send the U.S. cyclo-cross team to the world championships, which will be held

By VeloNews Interactive

Pro shooter Rob Karman of Roadbikephotos.com, who captured more than 3000 images from this past weekend’s mud-splashed national cyclo-cross championships in Portland, Oregon, is selling those shots – along with a pledge to donate $1 from every 5-by-7 print and $2 from every 8-by-10 to the American Cyclo-cross Foundation (ACF).

If you’d like a reminder of what it felt like to wear a few soggy pounds of Oregon real estate on your jersey, this is your chance. And you’ll be helping the ACF with its annual drive to help send the U.S. cyclo-cross team to the world championships, which will be held January 31-February 1 in Pont-Chateau, France.

And if you didn’t make it to this year’s nats in Portland, take heart — Karman also has shots from last year’s championship in Napa, California, and the same deal applies to them. Orders placed by December 31 will have their contributions added to the 2004 world’s effort, while orders placed after the new year will counttoward sending the 2005 team.

For more information about the ACF, please visit its website atwww.bikegeek.org.