Commentary: Declining TV audience is a sign that cyclocross should look to U.S.

Commentary: Declining TV audience is a sign that cyclocross should look to U.S.

In the Belgian heartland, interest in cyclocross looks to be declining. This isn't cause for panic — it is reason for the sport to keep growing internationally. Read the full article at Commentary: Declining TV audience is a sign that cyclocross should look to U.S. on VeloNews.com .

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