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Andrew Yee is the founder of Cyclocross Magazine, and has been hooked on 'cross since his first race in 1991. When he's not writing about the sport, he's a cyclocross fan and racer, husband and dad. He compiled a bunch of student loans getting degrees in mechanical engineering, environmental studies and business and has lived and raced most forms of bikes in PA, HI, MA and CA.
  • Vantornout Wins Gieten Superprestige #5

    by Bart Hazen of the Daily Peloton The fifth round of the Superprestige in Gieten was threatened by cold weather and lots of rain the entire day. The win went to Sunweb-Projob rider Klaas Vantornout as he defeated Bart Wellens…

  • Vervecken Takes Fidea-Dominated Koksijde World Cup – Photos and Video

    photos by Bart Hazen of the Daily Peloton Erwin Vervecken feels quite at home in Koksijde, Belgium. For the fifth time in his long career, the Belgian won on the sand dunes of Belgium, taking the victory in a Fidea-dominated…

  • Overend, Sawicki, Collegiate Racing and Running Highlight UC Irvine Race Weekend

    By Dave Sheek and Dot Wong The West Coast Collegiate Championship (WCCC) hosted by University of California, Irvine Cycling Team, and the SCNCA CX District Championships hosted by Team Velocity: Fall weather finally showed for an historic two days of…

  • The Final Cross Crusade: Reaching the Holy Land

    While many series across the country are just reaching their midway point, the world’s biggest ‘cross series, The Cross Crusade in Portland, Oregon, held its season finale last weekend. The women’s race boasted a field of 200 women. Here’s one…

  • O’Dell and Howe Win Bay Area’s First Night Race

    by Geoff Gunderson Tom Simpson’s enthusiasm for cyclocross is contagious. Year in and out he continually tries to mix up his Bay Area Super Prestige Cyclocross Series with enough changes and twists to keep racers entertained. This year, seeing the…

  • Trebon and Butler Double Up at Cross Crusade

    by Stephanie Chase, photos by Janet Hil Every little kid loves the chance to get muddy, and many adults find that as they’ve gotten older they enjoy getting dirty less and less. These adults are not cyclo-cross racers. If you…

  • SoCalCross Prestige Series UCI Race, 5k Run and Eco-Sportfest

    Southern California is creative in their promotion of ‘cross, and it has resulted in tremendous growth of their scene. This weekend, SoCal hosts California’s only UCI race, as well as a 5k “Cross Run and an eco festival. Rachel Lloyd…

  • Ben Popper Gets His Win, Rebecca Much Repeats in Chicago

    by Kevin Clark After two straight weeks mostly flat, less-than-technical courses, the Chicago Cyclocross Cup returned to St. Charles and it’s varied terrain. This is not to say that it was without its sections suited for power, but compared to…

  • Wells Bests Trebon, Gould Runs Away at Boulder Cup, Day 1 – Report and Photo Gallery

    Boulder, CO – Todd Wells (GT) took his first UCI cyclocross win of the season by beating an under-the-weather NACT series leader, Ryan Trebon (Kona) at Day 1 the Boulder Cup, the fifth race of the eight race NACT series.

  • Schmpf and Buerkle Solo to Wins in DC, Frites and Chocalate Add Euro Flair

    By Mark Drajem, Photos by Joe Foley and Joel Gwadz October 27, 2008; Washington, DC, USA: Weston Schempf of C3-Sollay.com claimed his second consecutive victory in the DCCX Cyclocross Race, which is presented by DCMTB/City Bikes in Washington, D.C. The…

  • Win a Custom Richard Sachs Team Bike at Whitmore’s Super Cross Cup

    Myles Romanow, promoter of the Whitmore’s Landscaping Super Cross Cup, rounds 8 and 9 of the MAC Powered by SRAM Cyclocross series, is proud to announce that one lucky entrant to his races in the Hamptons of Long Island will…

  • Help a Grad Student Out, Take a CX Bike Survey!

    Contributing writer Kerry Litka is earning another degree, and has to suffer through a stats class.  For a data project, she’s adding some ‘cross flair to the assignment and conducting a cyclocross bike survey to make her data analysis a…

  • Kalmthout World Cup Photos

    We’ve got some great photos from the UCI World Cup Opener in Kalmthout, Belgium in our galleries below. Full coverage of the race is here.

  • World Cup News Flash: Nys and Compton Injured, Kupfernagel to Start

    Have you read our World Cup fantasy preview? Even if you’re not playing our fantasy cyclocross league, you should still check it out, because it’s a great preview of the weekend’s racing. But we’ve got some last minute news prior…

  • Klug and Dust Climb to Success to Take Chicago Cyclocross Cup #3

    By Imelda March, Photo by Jeff Kao Atypical cyclocross weather once again was around for the Chicago Cyclocross Cup #3 that had enthusiasts travel to Hawthorn Woods, a suburb just outside of the City of Chicago. Sun, and warm temperatures…

  • Live Coverage of Ohio and Gloucester

    After a limited test of live coverage at Star Crossed, we’re stepping it up and have got live updates throughout the day of the cyclocross action at the Gran Prix of Gloucester and the Cincinnati Internation Cyclocross Festival. While updates…

  • Jeremy Powers and Katie Compton Win Darkhorse Cyclo-Stampede in Kentucky

    The three-day UCI Cincinnati International Cyclocross Festival began this afternoon with the Darkhorse Cyclo-Stampede in Burlington, Kentucky. Jeremy Powers (Cannondale – CyclocrossWorld.com / Leer) took his second UCI win of the season, tackling the bumpy course and beating Jeremiah Bishop…

  • Fantasy Cyclocross – Post Cross Vegas Results

    Our little fantasy ‘cross league has been a big hit. While we’re looking for a permanent place on our site for it, we’ve got some early results post Cross Vegas. Dave Sheek from SoCal takes an early lead with his…

  • Interbike: New Cyclocross-Related Products Day 1

    Lots of ‘cross stuff seen at the expo, outdoor demo, and at Cross Vegas. Here’s some highlights. Click on each thumbnail for a larger view.  Highlights from the outdoor expo can be seen here.

  • Photo Gallery from Rad Racing GP

    Cyclocross Magazine believes in the power of great photography. Thus we had two photographers at Seattle’s weekend of racing, and have got a bunch of great photos from this past weekend’s Rad Racing GP making their way up into the…

  • Johnson and Simms Take Rad Racing GP

    Tim Johnson (Cannondale – Cyclocrossworld.com) outsprinted Ryan Trebon (Kona) for a narrow win for the second stop and consecutive day of the North American Cyclocross Trophy series. Trebon led Johnson through the last 500 meters, surging through the grassy corners…

  • Star Crossed – Live Coverage Here

    Cyclocross Magazine is at Star Crossed and will bring you live updates from the event throughout the day. View updates here: http://cxmagazine.com/star-crossed-08-live-coverage

  • Cyclocross Magazine Covers Seattle NACT Weekend

    We’re in Seattle to cover the opening weekend of the NACT Series, and the first event, Seattle’s Full Speed Ahead Star Crossed Race Presented by Gerk’s Ski and Cycle starts at 2:00 p.m. PST tomorrow. We’ll be at the event,…

  • Fantasy Cyclocross League Launched!

    UCI Fantasy Cyclocross League from Cyclocross Magazine

    Cyclocross fans will no longer be left out from Monday morning fantasy sports talk. After many requests, and Cyclocross Magazine’s neo-pro Jacob “Jake the Snake” Sisson’s mad hacking, mud lovers have their own fantasy sports league. Based on UCI C1…

  • Mountain Biker Hiccup with CX Nats Registration Addressed

    As several dozen racers experienced early Monday morning in their race to register for the national championships in Kansas City, there was a technical problem that prevented racers with a valid USA Cycling mountain bike license from registering for the…

  • Olympians and National Champions Line Up for Seattle NACT Weekend

    2 Olympians, 2 Current National Champions, and 2 Former National Champions Ready to Battle at First NACT Weekend Of Cyclocross Full Speed Ahead Star Crossed presented by Gerk’s Ski and Cycle and the Rad Racing GP presented by FSA and…

  • New Product Spotlight: Mad Alchemy Embrocation

    Peter Smith of Mad Alchemy Embrocation loves to embrocate. His daily routine is “wake, shower, dress, coffee, embrocate, commute.” In fact, for Smith, embrocation is so important, it replaces breakfast. The expert embrocator knows a thing about embrocation and is…

  • New Product Spotlight: Sportique Sports Creams

    We at Cyclocross Magazine get a few interesting packages at our world headquarters. One that perhaps captured the most curiosity is a box of sports creams from Sportique International for review. With names like “Get Going Cream,” “Hard Day’s Night…

  • Rad Racing Northwest presents the 2008 Rad Racing GP Cyclocross Race

    Seattle is promising a world-class weekend of UCI ‘cross racing to open up the season. Following Seattle’s Star Crossed race, racers will move to the next day to contest the Rad Racing GP in Lakewood, WA on September 21. The…

  • Grass, Dirt, Barriers, Doping…and Horses?

    Cyclocross is a brutal sport for sure, with its varied off-road surfaces, epic conditions, and the need to jump over barriers at speed in front of crowds. Unfortunately, a few bad apples turn to “juice” to seek an edge in…



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