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New film by PDXCross documents Bend cyclocross madness

Posted by on April 29th, 2012 at 12:27 am

Watch it below…

When PDXCross burst onto the local cyclocross scene back in 2008, the bar was officially raised when it came to cyclocross photography. Simply put, these guys nailed it. There was something special happening in Portland’s cyclocross scene and these guys were telling the story each week with some of the best photos of bicycling I’ve ever come across. In the years since, they’ve built a huge following, published the Dirty Pictures coffee table book, and have continued to produce breathtaking and inspiring images of the sport we all love.

Now, two of the PDXCross crew — Rob Finch and Jamie Francis — have released a short film called ‘Cross-Dressed’, which gives viewers a glimpse of the madness that is the annual Cross Crusade Halloween weekend. Based around the Bend Halloween cyclocross festival back in October, the 14-minute film garnered Audience Choice honors at Filmed by Bike earlier this month. And it’s easy to see why: Much like their images do, the film succeeds in capturing the distinct spirit and style of Oregon cross.

Read a bit more about the film at PDXCross.com and/or watch it below …

Thank you Rob and Jamie. It’s an inspiring piece of work and you have done an awesome job telling this story.

— For a bit more about PDXCross, check out this BikePortland post from 2009.

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  • B. Dyer April 30, 2012 at 7:01 am

    Nice 🙂 Good work on the film guys! It’s funny the way you all dressed up…as women. Hehehe

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  • Rob May 1, 2012 at 3:40 am

    Hey Jonathan, thanks so much for posting…and more importantly, thanks for the kind words. They mean a lot.

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