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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.
  • New Product Spotlight: Igleheart Cyclocross Forks

    While there are dozens of ‘cross frame builders across the country, as any North American Handmade Bicycle Show attendee can attest (covered in Issue 3), few of them build their own forks. Christopher Igleheart is one of the few who…

  • Design the NACT’s Trophy

    Don’t think you’ll ever be able to beat the nation’s best riders and stand atop the podium? Well, here’s your chance to have a presence on the very top step – design the North American Cyclocross Trophy series’ trophy! In…

  • North American UCI World Cup – Coming Soon?

    UCI Cyclocross World Cup in North America?

    ‘Cross fans in North American have have been on an emotional roller coaster with all the rumors of a UCI Cyclocross World Cup on this continent. First there was the 2007 plan to host a weekend in Rhode Island from…

  • The Best Cyclocross Bike Shops

    If you’re in the market for new ‘cross gear, need your bike serviced, or need to pick up a copy of our magazine, we’ve compiled a list of top ‘cross shops to our site, easily reachable from our site header…

  • New Product Spotlight: Challenge Grifo XS

    We’ve been reporting for a while about the trend of bike parts going to white this season. TRP magnesium brakes, Ritchey WCS components in white, the Redline Team’s saddle, bar tape, and stem, and Titus and Ellsworth’s new ‘cross frames,…

  • Cyclocrossing Across the Country

    New England ‘crosser Scott Rosenthal has taken ‘cross to a new level. 40 days ago he started a cross-country journey on his ‘cross bike, aiming to ride from Vancouver, British Columbia, to Boston, Massachusetts. While he’s long had dreams of…

  • CrossVegas Details Released – Industry Race Added

    Cross Vegas

    July 21, 2008 (Boulder Colo.) The wait is over for CrossVegas fans looking for details about the cyclocross race that has become the highlight of the Interbike show week. CrossVegas.com has been revamped with complete information about the September 24th…

  • New Product Spotlight: 2009 Bianchi D2 Cross Concept Race

    Cyclocross Magazine is honored to be the very first online or print publication to get an early look at the full-carbon 2009 Bianchi D2 Cross Concept Race. Like Lapierre, Bianchi is eschewing scandium for carbon this year for its top…

  • New National Series Brewing

    A new national ‘cross series is coming together, with the major UCI C1 races that are not part of the USGP combining to create their own national series. Currently dubbed “Cross of the Titans,” the series may include eight or…

  • Get your cyclocross race sponsored

    Are you a cyclocross race promoter or know one? We have a limited amount of free mags, subscriptions, discounted ads, and primes/prizes for a few ‘cross race promoters that would be psyched to have our support and sponsorship.  If your…

  • Reader Photo Gallery

    Launching our online gallery has been a great success, and we’ve received a ton of awesome photos. A few will even show up in our print mag. Here are just a few favorites from the last few weeks of uploads:…

  • Issue 3 Update: At the Printers

    Seems like it’s time for an update on our next issue. We’ve been quiet about it intentionally, since with Issue 2, we probably jumped the gun a bit, letting folks know it was at the printers and that it should…

  • New Product Spotlight: Ellsworth Roots Cyclocross Frame and Fork

    As manufacturers start to shift their focus to the cyclocross season, we’ve been getting a bunch of new product in for review. One item that we’re about to test is the Ellsworth Roots ‘cross frame. Ellsworth is known mostly as…

  • World Premier of Remember to Breathe on June 27th

    Young film producer Evan Schmitt just graduated from high school last week, but he’s certainly not taking the summer off before he attends University of Washington in the fall. He’s been hard at work getting ready for the world premier…

  • Aged to Perfection: Clincher + 7 years of Storage = Dugast

    A few weeks back, we highlighted an auction for a NOS Michelin Mud cyclocross tire that was probably 7 years old or more.  It ended up selling for $66, which represents an decent but not stellar investment if purchased new…

  • UCI Cyclocross Explained – Off-season Homework

    UCI Cyclocross Rules Explained

    Albert Einstein once said, “You have to learn the rules of the game. And then you have to play better than anyone else.” If you’re like most of us, you don’t have much ambition to beat Page, Johnson or Trebon…

  • The Next Big Thing: Out of Competition Bike Tests?

    Yesterday, our own assistant editor, Josh Patterson, was riding a disc-brake equipped Salsa La Cruz to the park, getting ready to put it through another beat-down for an upcoming bike review for the magazine. On the way, he was urgently…

  • Life after racing: Adrie van der Poel and…asparagus?

    Adrie van der Poel was the Dutch hard man of cyclocross throughout the 90s, and racked up some impressive international victories, including winning the World Championships in 1996 and the World Cup and Superprestige titles in 1997. He finished second…

  • New Poll and Old Polls

    We’ve got a new poll on our site – check it out on the right-hand side of our site. Our past couple polls were pretty interesting. On racing on snow, over 50% of you said it “makes your heart tingle.”…

  • Second Issue Done…Finally!

    Our second issue (Late Winter) went to the printers last week, and should be a good one. We think we have about three typical magazines’ worth of content in this one (the upside of being young and not chock full…

  • Women’s Race Photos from Treviso Worlds by Mark Legg

    Mark Legg was sadly relieved of pit duty when Katie Compton dropped out of the Treviso worlds on the first lap due to her muscle problem. But he’s still a big ‘cross fan, and captured some great photos of the…

  • Worlds Day 2 Photos by Joe Sales

    CXM Shutterbug Joe Sales ran more than any athlete today to bring the Treviso worlds into your home. Check out his great eye, and see why you too should

  • Worlds Day 1 Slideshow

    Joe Sales ran around capturing the day in images. Here’s his version of Day 1, through his lens: Enjoy the photos? Think of something you want to see captured? Drop a comment below.

  • Masters Worlds – Lew Rollins Diary Continued

    This is a continuing series of (slightly delayed) diary entries by Utah’s Lew Rollins, the reigning national mens 60-64 National Champion. You can read his first entry here and his last entry here. Day 4 (1/12) began early as we…

  • Masters Worlds is Near – Lew Rollins Diary

    Lewis Rollins

    2008 UCI Cyclocross Masters World Championships is just two days away. Zilvermeer leisure park in Mol, Belgium, plays host to this year’s event, and the US has got a decent crew heading over there to contest the event and battle…

  • ‘Cross in the US – Through APRIL!

    Think ‘cross season in the US is over? While Europe’s season is still heading for a climax with worlds in two weeks and races through much of February, the US scene typically slows down dramatically after nats. But thankfully for…

  • Trebon and Compton Take Redline Cup

    The Kona boys are back! After back to back defeats in Kentucky, Ryan Trebon and Barry Wicks finished a convincing 1-2 in Saturday’s Redline Cup. Mountain bikers ruled the top four of the men’s race: Todd Wells showed he’s coming…

  • Jonathan Page Interview – Cyclocross Magazine’s Exclusive Interview

    This story and interview was originally published in Cyclocross Magazine’s premier issue, Issue 1, in November 2007. February, 1999. Tilton, NH. It’s 26 degrees outside and snowing. Jonathan Page, one of the U.S.’s most promising cyclocross talents is starving, having…

  • U.S. National Cyclocross Championship Course Unveiled

    U.S. National Cyclocross Championship Course Tough On Competitors, Great For Spectators Kansas City, Kan (Oct. 15, 2007) – The course for the 2007 U.S. Cyclocross National Championships promises to be challenging for competitors but perfect for spectators. The nearly two-mile-long…

  • Bessette and Powers Win Gloucester!

    Fresh from our New England correspondent, Kerry Litka: Women’s Elite: Lynn Bessette warmed up for the race by battling for top 5 in the Cat 2/3 Men’s race before riding away from the women’s field on the first lap to…



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