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Jingle Cross, Friday Night

Between Thanksgiving and the start of Jingle Cross, most of Iowa received close to six inches of snow, followed by days of grey gloomy weather mixed with several inches of rain. The sun finally came out on Wednesday, and with temps predicted to be in the upper 40's, Iowa's clay soils were sure to make an impression on all the riders at Jingle Cross.

Jonathon Page nears the top of Mt. Krumpit after taking the lead from Todd Wells.

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Troy Wells after mounting his bike at the Top of Mt. Krumpit, starting the tricky descent to the flat part of the fairgrounds.

The descent off Mt. Krumpit.

 Conor Dilger after an hour of Mt. Krumpit hill repeats.

Conor Dilger after an hour of Mt. Krumpit hill repeats.

Steve Tilford's look on his face shows how tough the run up Mt Krumpit was on Friday night.

Katie Compton was in the field early on in the race and eventually took a commanding lead.

Amanda Miller, ? and Meredith Miller and the women's field all close together on the early laps Friday Night.

Amanda Miller running the Jingle Cross Yule logs.

Katrina Nash