Jacob has been the race director for the Dirty Wooden Shoe cyclocross race for the past six years and he did it again this year. The race has grown from just a handful of racers to an event that hosts over a 100 racers and spans two days. He had an extra challenge this year in that it was also the home football opener at Central at the same time he was hosting the race. That made for a full Saturday with the bike race and the football game.
Jacob did get a chance to race on Sunday though and did okay. Brita helped run registration (and buy safety pins, print drink tickets and a ton of other little projects) since it is all hands on deck to make the race happen. Overall it seemed to be a successful race and everyone enjoyed themselves despite all of the hard work. Jacob even had some time to take some photos and video:
You can see the photos here.