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NORBA final and onto Worlds: Geoff Kabush Diary

By:
Steve Medcroft
Published:
August 31, 2005, 1:00 BST,
Updated:
April 22, 2009, 20:41 BST
Edition:
MTB News & racing round-up for August 31, 2005, part 1
Geoff Kabush (Maxxis)

Geoff Kabush (Maxxis)

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After surviving "Cottage Nuts" not "Cottage Crazy" in West Virginia (as my sister corrected me on...

After surviving "Cottage Nuts" not "Cottage Crazy" in West Virginia (as my sister corrected me on JF's Frenglish of Cabin Fever) Toulouse and I made it fairly smoothly up the East Coast on Thursday to legendary Mt Snow for the NORBA finals.

The XC course was in superb condition in dry conditions which made me quite happy; I wasn't into doing another death march in the mud the week before Worlds. The XC series has been a good story with lead swaps between Adam Craig, myself, JHK, and then back to me, then JHK, and then me again. It has been a battle with Canadian against American, dualie versus hardtail, but it has been good because we all have respect for each other and we know there is no false hero among us. I was happy with the Series Finals in Vermont because I have good memories of my first XC podium way back in 1999. That was the year I went up 1-0 in my offroad series with Lance "I have never doped, no way" Armstrong.

Read the entire diary entry here.

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