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  • Pro Cyclocross Rumors and Rumblings – July 30, 2009

    A little bit of everything this week as we had a drama-filled day at the World Cup Stop in Canada, Vos continues impressive early season and some fine work by cyclocross stars at the Intermontane Challenge. Kabush, Nash Takes Bronze…

  • Pro Cyclocross Rumors and Rumblings – July 22, 2009

    It was a busy week for the world of cyclocross, and we aren’t even talking about the American National Mountain Bike Championships in this edition of PCR&R. What we are talking about includes: transfer rumors, European National Mountain Bike Championships,…

  • Cyclocross Stars Score Two Mountain Bike National Titles – Updated

    by Jacob Sisson Cyclocross riders in the United States had a shot at taking home multiple national titles in Granby, Colorado, with titles up for grabs in the Cross Country and Short Track discipline. Many of the nation’s best ‘crossers…

  • Pro Cyclocross Rumors and Rumblings – July 15, 2009

    Lots of mountain bike action on tap this week, as the road community pays attention to some race in France that they say is a big deal. European Mountain Bike Champions crowned, as well as the champions of Canada. The…

  • Take Aim at Cyclocross Pros in Fantasy Cyclocross

    Fantasy Cyclocross 2009-2010

    If you haven’t yet put in your entry for this year’s version of Cyclocross Magazine’s Fantasy Cyclocross game, you may now have some extra incentive: American professional cyclocrosser Georgia Gould – fresh off victory in the BC Bike Race’s Mixed…

  • Pro Cyclocross Rumors and Rumblings – July 8, 2009

    The Fourth of July left a little to be desired on the cyclocross update front, but some good racing took place at the BC Bike Race, some cross stars made a showing at the annual Fitchburg-Longsjo Classic Stage Race, and…

  • Pro Cyclocross Rumors and Rumblings – July 1, 2009

    After a week where almost nothing happened to the champions of cyclocross, we’re back with a week chock full of action from around the globe. European road were crowned, mountain bikers flocked to British Columbia to strut their stuff, an…

  • Fantasy Cyclocross 2009-2010 Set to Launch

    UCI Fantasy Cyclocross League from Cyclocross Magazine

    New Brunswick, NJ – After much success in the 2008-2009 cyclocross season, Cyclocross Magazine will once again be set to bring you premier fantasy cyclocross action straight from your own computer. Intense action in last year’s game left the podium…

  • Pro Cyclocross Rumors and Rumblings – June 17, 2009

    A huge weekend in the cyclocross world, with results and news coming from all over the world. Read all the way through, because it never gets boring. Who knows, maybe you’ll find a surprise. Nature Valley GP Wrap Up Tim…

  • Pro Cyclocross Rumors and Rumblings – June 10, 2009

    A moderately slow week in the world of cyclocross brought us a few gems that required a bit of digging: Nature Valley Stage 1 wrap, Thijs Al grabs another win, Teva Mountain Games Cross Country results and some American transfer…

  • Compton Wins Second Teva Mountain Games Cross Country Title, Gould Second

    Katie Compton at the Teva Mountain Games. Photo by Mark Legg-Compton

    Vail, Colorado – Katie Compton won her second consecutive Teva Mountain Games Cross Country race this weekend, fending off strong challenges from Georgia Gould (Luna) and Heather Irminger (Gary Fisher/Subaru). Compton, still racing for Spike, while in the midst of…

  • Pro Cyclocross Rumors and Rumblings – June 2, 2009

    Happy June everyone, we’re only a few short months away from opening up the 2009-2010 racing season, so let’s take a look at what our heroes have been doing these days: Lars Boom takes home his first victory in the…

  • Pro Cyclocross Rumors and Rumblings – May 27, 2009

    Before we get started, a special 18th birthday shout out to my little brother. Now on to Cyclocross! Simon Zahner takes home a big stage race win, Bjorn Selander takes home 14th, Thijs Al cracks the top 10, on the…

  • Pro Cyclocross Rumors and Rumblings – May 21, 2009

    A week chock full of Euro racing action, with the who’s who of cyclocross in Europe putting their pride on the line: Al and Nys go head to head for the second week in a row, Vos continues consistent string…

  • Pro Cyclocross Rumors and Rumblings – May 13, 2009

    This week’s gossip edition brings you some big news from some of the biggest stars in Europe: Sven and Thijs light up the Benelux Championships, Vos takes over World Cup and lots of fun at the Joe Martin Stage race,…

  • PCR&R Early Edition – Cyclocross National Champs Add More Titles

    Former US National Collegiate Cyclocross Champion Jamey Driscoll and current Collegiate National Cyclocross Champion Carla Swart each added another national title to their extensive trophy display on Friday at the US Collegiate National Championships in Fort Collins, Colorado. For Swart,…

  • Pro Cyclocross Rumors and Rumblings – May 7, 2009

    A relatively slow week in the world of Cyclocross but here’s a few gems from your favorite riders: Tour of the Gila attracts top talent, Marianne Vos keeps on ticking, Americans at Houffalize World Cup, Driscoll wins Jiminy Peak Road…

  • Pro Cyclocross Rumors and Rumblings – April 30, 2009

    I apologize for the gap of a day, but we’re back and rolling. Updates for this week: Our weekly Marianne Vos update, North Americans polar opposites in Offenburg, Suspended sentence for Roodhooft, and much more! The Marianne Vos Train Keeps…

  • Tim Johnson and Lynne Besette Talk Riding, Racing and Life

    Our friends at Cyclingdirt.com took the time to sit down with former National Cyclocross Champion Tim Johnson and his wife and Multiple Canadian National Champion and Olympian Lynne Bessette following their rides at the Hopbrook Dam mountain bike race. Johnson…

  • Pro Cyclocross Rumors and Rumblings – April 22, 2009

    Marianne Vos continues winning ways, Tour of the Battenkill wrap up, Powers wins in Ancaster, Cyclocross at Sea Otter, Jacobs banned for 2 years. The cyclocross world was active over the last week! Marianne Vos Wins Womens Flèche Wallonne, 4th…

  • Pro Cyclocross Rumors and Rumblings – April 15, 2009

    Teams add some fresh flavor, Cyclocrossers win it on the road, Powers, Johnson head to the dirt, Highlights from the week’s Euro road action New Faces, New Places Fidea and Revor have announced new signings for the coming year, cashing…

  • Pro Cyclocross Rumors and Rumblings – April 8, 2009

    by Jake Sisson CX in Marblehead,  Matt Shriver retiring, World Champ now single, more Vos, Boom and Driscoll. We’ve got a juicy report for you today. A ‘Cross Race Breaks Out in Marblehead If it weren’t for the quick sprinting…

  • Fantasy Cyclocross Gets an Overhaul, and Needs Your Input!

    by Jacob Sisson With less than six months remaining until the open of the cyclocross season, I’ve already put together much of the (primitive) workings of the 2009 Cyclocross Magazine Fantasy Cyclocross game. Following up on some personal feelings from…

  • Pro Cyclocross Rumors and Rumblings – Special Tour of Flanders Outlook

    We’ve got a special Ronde van Vlaanderen edition of our Pro Cyclocross Rumors and Rumblings for you today. Cyclocross is a huge part of the cycling lifestyle in Flanders, and with the Ronde van Vlaanderen set to start this weekend,…

  • Pro Cyclocross Rumors and Rumblings – April 2, 2009

    Wondering what your favorite mudders have been up to?  Doing your homework so you can win Cyclocross Magazine’s fantasy cyclocross league next season? We’ve got you covered with our new, weekly report on your favorite top ‘crossers. Each week Jake…

  • Pro Cyclocross Rumors and Rumblings, April 1, 2009

    Ryan Trebon Leading - File Photo

    Tired of reports on one road racer’s twitter stream? Wondering what your favorite mudders have been up to?  Doing your homework so you can win Cyclocross Magazine’s fantasy cyclocross league next season? We’ve got you covered with our new, weekly…

  • Jamey Driscoll – Rocking and Racing?

    Sources have told Cyclocross Magazine that up-and-coming cyclocross star Jamey Driscol will be joining the bad-boy Rock Racing road team this season. Driscoll finished a strong second at the 2008 Cyclocross National Championships in Kansas City, and won the collegiate…

  • Off-Season Happenings, March 25, 2009

    Tired of reports on road racers’ latest tweet and up-to-the-minute updates on collarbone surgery? Wondering what your favorite mudders have been up to?  Doing your homework so you can win Cyclocross Magazine’s fantasy cyclocross league next season? We’ve got you…

  • Off-Season Schedules Restricted for Non-Professionals

    Offseason preparations for your run of the mill professional cyclocross racer are already hard enough, but the powers that be in Belgium have decided to make their lives just that much harder. If a new ruling made by the Royal…

  • Fantasy Cyclocross Finale – February 25, 2009

    By Jake Sisson After weeks of heated competition, it’s time to call time on the inaugural season of Cyclocross Magazine’s UCI Fantasy Cyclocross. No amount of manipulation worked out to actually win me this thing, so I figured it was…



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