For most cyclo-crossers in Ireland the season if finished, only the Irish National team has one more date in Denmark for the Worlds in 10 days time, but the man who brought the first ever UCI CX to Ireland (UCI Bio-Racer Atlassian Class 2 CX) Glenn Kinning of the Kinning Cycling Team is still at the go! Due to no more races in Ireland this season and living near a ferry crossing in Belfast, Glenn decided to take himself and his loyal crew to Scotland. Glenn has supported the Belgian Project in many different ways in the last decade and we have done the same with him as media partner in all his organised events, and always give him a bit of exposure as courtesy. He has a very regular vlog of his travels and races as above the latest one, this time a winning one to! Glenn told us yesterday>> This weekend we headed over to Glasgow to Rouken Glen Cyclocross, held by Albannach. A big effort was put in the course and it was riding really well. Lots of off camber sections, sweeping corners, run up and steep banks. A small bit of single track and a single pit. Damp conditions had left it heavy going, but not crazy mud, a few corners were rutting. I had seen the previous years editions with the snow and this was a big attraction. A slow start and held my own to get to the leaders. Small effort to get to the font then pushed on once I had a small gap. Delighted to take the win at such a great event. Big thanks to Jim Adams, Murray Young for back up and Thomas Adams for the footage and media coverage << (Feature photo David Mc Veigh BP media)