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Hardwick Gregg, National CX champion

We at BAMACROSS want to congratulate one of our own – Hardwick Gregg, our newly crowned NATIONAL CHAMPION!!!!

BAMACROSS 2013 Series Results

Bamacorss Results 2013_After Sloss_Final Series Standing


she was a good one, she always is…that slosscross. UCI officials would have croaked = what american cyclocross means to me.


NOLA/ATL/WA all came to get some, and the gettin’ was got. It was a weird season with Alabama cyclocross being stretched into forms it’s never seen before and I think it was good, for the most part. The one thing I noticed missing was atmosphere. For some reason the festive side took a shot and it seemed to be much more about racing, just straightforward racing…like a bike race? But I missed it, it made me wonder. Then sloss came around. All the love lost was found again, the baby woke up, the baby heckled,the baby was inhebriated, the baby was back.


Hobo fires, cookouts,mud,creepy critter woods art,turns,barriers,beers,cheers.


That’s my report.


Till next year. Till next year.



Tannehill Recap




The hardcores were out with force this weekend. This season has been a dry one, until it wasn’t. The first heat raced on a relatively normal course with a few wet roots to battle. Maaike and Kim had a good little battle with Maaike pulling away early and Kim clawing her way back to striking distance with one to go. The masters races were good ones as usual with Wael Amara and Mike Powell (45/35) battling it out to the end.

I was stoked that the juniors fields were solid in the race conditions. Jolie Dufour proved that there’s something in the water at that house (can I get a drink), while Savannah Meredith wore the leaders jersey proud and battled within seconds to the end. also, newcomer Libby Davis had a strong race and learned plenty about handling skills on a super technical course. Campbell Holley and William Seitz crossed swords once more with Campbell flying the leaders jersey for the w; Jack Phelps rode like a lion on his 24″ redline getting rad in all the turns.

In the women’s C race Gretchen Mcelveen and Holly Carmichael did their thing battling back and forth with Gretchen taking the w again; there was a gret battle close behind for third with Michelle Campbell and Andie Thompson throwing down.

The single speed race has been a good one all year and this one did not disappoint; Gavin and JD were very close the entire race with Kyle Campbell close behind. Gavin pulled the w with JD 100m behind.

The men’s C race was one of the most exciting of the day to witness, with multiple lead changes. A Mellow Mushroom rider took the holeshot and had a big lead, but within a couple of laps he was back in the fold. With one to go, Sean Williamson had the lead, but only just. He was able to keep it upright and take the w with Brian D and Joe Ortega charging the line close behind.

The C35 race was tight, with Jeff McCord, Russell Brown and Doug Littrell swapping licks until a winner emerged in Jeff (I smell a bagger).

The A/B race is when the sky opened up and pops of lightning were all around. We were checking several different weather apps trying to decide if we should delay the race or not. The decision was made to let them race on time. Mike Lackey charged the first turns and showed the way until Jerry Dufour took over the controls. Jerry and Joseph Dabbs pulled a slight gap on Mike, but it was an ebb and flow the entire race with Mike pulling into reach several times. Mike probably couldn’t tell, but Pat Casey was so close behind him the entire race and crushing it to connect. The race ended with Jerry taking it with Joseph close for second and Mike rolling in to round out the podium.

This weekend is the finale, Sloss Cross. I don’t need to tell you that it is not to be missed. The afterparty at Bottletree will be half season end party and half Xmas party. Bring yer party pants.

Braaap, Braap, Hup, Hup!!!






Results for BAMACROSS #3- Presented by BRANNON HONDA

After the 3rd race in the BAMACROSS Presented by BRANNON Honda series which saw some fast lap times on what turned out to be very tough technical course in Cullman, the following is run down of the series standings in each category.

  • Scott Staubach from Momentum has extended his lead in the Master’s 35 with Craig Tamburello of Brick Alley Bikes and Marcus Campbell of GSMR in tight battle for 2nd and 3rd.
  • Wael Amara of GSMR is proving that you only need 1 gear and a consistence podium finish each race to lead the Master’s 45 series, GSMR teammate David Sanders and Randy Kerr of Momentum are in another tight battle for the other 2 podium spots.
  • The Junior Boys series continues to be an exciting series with the podium spots going  to Campbell Holly in 1st, William Hereford of Bici Coop in 2nd  and William Seitz of GSMR in 3rd.
  • Savannah Meredith of MG&G has strong hold on the top podium step, but she now has another young racer in Jodie Dufour racing for Steel City She in 2nd.
  • In the Singlespeed series Randy Kerr of Momentum has come on strong over the last couple of races to take the lead and only 1 points separates Peter Reed of Absolute Racing and Philip Thompson of Tria for 2nd and 3rd.
  • The Men’s C series has turned into a 2 man race between Zachery Riggins in 1st and Joe Ortega of MG&G in 2nd, with Matt Pittman holding onto the last podium spot.
  • Joseph DiChiarchio of East Ridge Mtn Mafia current sits in 1st in the Men’s C 35+ series, with Stephen Kelly of Team Magic in 2nd and Doug Littrell in 3rd.
  • The Woman’s AB series is be led by Maaike Everts of Steel City She, with her teammate Jennifer Humber in 2nd and Kate Stribling of Bici Coop in 3rd.
  • The Women’s C series is turning out to be another tough battle between Melissa Daniels in 1st, Michelle Campbell of GSMR in 2nd and Gretchen McElveen of MG&G currently in 3rd.
  • The Men’s B series is being led by young GSMR racer Reid Richesin with Michael Powell of Momentum and Marcus Campbell of GSMR in a tight battle for 2nd and 3rd.
  • Who knew that Joseph Dabbs’ acrobatic save in a failed bunny hopping attempt over the barriers was enough to help him hold onto his lead in the Men’s A series.  Mike Lackey of Tria moved in the 2nd spot and the 3rd podium spot is currently being shared by Jerry Dufour of Momentum & Chris Edmonds of Tria.




BAMACROSS presented by BRANNON Honda Series recap:

  • Campbell Holley, William Hereford and William Seitz continue to battle for the top 3 podium spots in the Jr. boys division
  • Savannah Meredith of MG&G Racing sits alone on the podium in the Jr. Girls division with her only competition coming from the Jr. boys each race
  • Momentum’s Scott Staubach is off to a fast start in the Master’s 35 series taking the top podium spot thus far, with Craig Tamburello of Brick Alley Bicycles and Marcus Campbell of GSMR sitting in 2nd and 3rd in the series
  • Single-speeder Wael Amara of GSMR has taken a lead in the Master’s 45 series with Daniel Askren of Montgomery Multi-sport in 2nd and Wael’s GSMR teammate David Sanders currently in 3rd
  • There is a 2-way tie for the top podium step in the Men’s C race between Joe Ortega of MG&G Racing and Zachary Riggins, with Brick Alley Bicycles’ Clint Knight currently holding onto the last podium spot.
  • Joseph DiChiarchio of East Ridge Mtn Mafia has a commanding lead in the Men’s C35+ series, leaving Ben Brannon of MG&G Racing and Steve Hamm of Brick Alley Bicycles racing for 2nd and 3rd
  • Jennifer Humber of Steel City She has the lead in the Woman’s AB series from the start with Steel City She teammate Maaike Everts in 2nd and Meagan Daniel in 3rd
  •  Women’s C series is a battle between Melissa Daniel, Michelle Campbell and Andie Thompson
  • The Singlespeed series top podium step is currently a tight battle between Peter Reed of Absolute Racing and Philip Thompson of Tria, with Momentum’s Pat Casey rounding out the podium in 3rd
  • With Justin Bynum of Tria newly upgraded to the Men’s A after a dominate performance in Gadsden, Peter Reed of Absolute Racing is left standing on his 2nd top podium spot in the Men’s B series, with Hardwick Gregg of Tria on the 2nd step and James Barry on the last podium step.
  • The Men’s A series top 3 spots is only separated by 4 points!  Joseph Dabbs of Momentum currently is on the top step and Tria teammates Mike Lackey and Justin Bynum on the 2nd and 3rd podium step.