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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.
  • 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…

  • Compton Repeats, Wicks Gets the Win in NY

    October 7, 2007; Southampton, NY, USA: Americans proved their strength in NY over this weekend, with Barry Wicks showing the world champion Vervecken that America’s cross racers keep getting stronger, and Katie living up to Vervecken’s expectations that she’s going…

  • 6460 Reasons Why Women Love Cyclocross in the Hamptons

  • Schempf and Shogren Win Ed Sander Memorial

    From the Mid-Atlantic Scene: 2007 BikeReg.com MABRAcross Series “Ed Sander Memorial Cyclocross” in Buckeystown , MD October 1, 2006: A record 325 entries piled into the grounds of the Lilypons Water Grounds for round #2 of the 2007 BikeReg.com MABRAcross…

  • ‘Cross Goodies in Vegas

    So we’ve heard from many of you that you’re interested in bike technology, especially new equipment and what the pro’s are using, but also what’s affordable and useful for the average rider. So we combed Interbike looking for all things…

  • Cross Vegas Attracts Fans and Top Talent

    (view more photos) Interbike attendees came out in force to watch Cross Vegas, and the venue and racers did not disappoint. The course was a serpentine, all-grass course with numerous hairpins and short climbs and descents, much viewable from one…

  • What happens in Vegas…

    We’ll tell you what happens in Vegas. We’re blabbermouths. We’re off to Interbike to report on the new gear in the pipeline as well as Cross Vegas. Check back soon for updates from Sin City.

  • We want to give back – tell us how!

    So while we’re working on getting all the pieces together for our first issue, we’re trying not to lose sight of one of the reasons we’re doing this: to help grow the sport we love. We have a ton of…

  • Two “subscribe” options

    The site and magazine are progressing rapidly, so we’ve got two “subscribe” options for you currently. Up top, there’s a form to fill out if you’re interested in subscribing to our print mag and want to hear when it’s ready….

  • How did you first get involved in cyclocross?

    One of our goals in starting this magazine is to help grow the sport we all love. To that end, we hope we can build awareness of ‘cross and interest people in trying it out or coming out to watch….



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