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Super Tuesday got us thinking, “remember the Tour de Trump?” Enjoy this bonus Throwback Thursday at what was to be a huge race.
Ryan Trebon looks to make the switch to running, at least for a mile, and in the process perhaps silence his girlfriend, Elite runner Karlee Cofffey, that he can’t “just run a five minute mile.”
With the news that Lars Boom (Astana) is thinking of making a return to cyclocross to ride for Sven Nys’s Telenet-Fidea squad we got to thinking about Boom the cyclocross racer and quickly found ourselves watching hours of Boom taking on the most iconic courses.
Update: Winners announced, congrats to Grand Prize winner M. Barker, First Place winner R. Spratlen, and Second Place winner T. Gebbia! Pactimo will be contacting …
When sitting down for breakfast this weekend, we suddenly realized we didn’t have anywhere to be. No race to get ready for, no muddy kit to wash. It left us with the question, what do you do now that weekends are free?
This edition of Rumors & Rumblings shows that we’re more similar to the pros we cheer for than we may realize.
For this week’s Throwback Thursday we’re going all the way back to last month and the 2016 USA Cycling Cyclocross National Championships. This “highlight” reel of slips and spills showcases just how tough the course in Asheville, North Carolina was.
Movers and shakers in the Elite ranks as we bring you another edition of Rumors & Rumblings.
We’ve not done a Friday Feature Film in some time, but this popped up on our radar recently. Sam Smith, the man behind the Transition series of cyclocross films as well as Behind THE Barriers, posted the full-length first Transition to YouTube last week.
For this week’s Throwback Thursday, we’re going back to 1995 for a bit of cyclocross history, inspired by a photo we recently scanned of cyclocross star Dale Knapp racing the snowy ’95 Cyclocross National Championships.
This fall, we posted a video of 15-year-old junior Will Doherty hopping 20 stairs at Jeffco Fairgrounds in Golden, Colorado, Cody-Kaiser style. Sadly, after confusion …
For this edition of Throwback Thursday we’re going all the way back to September 2015 and the opening round of the 2015 World Cup at Cross Vegas. Wout van Aert was the man of the hour.
Let’s go to the UCI Cyclocross World Championships in Heusden-Zolder—the 2002 edition. Huge crowds lined the course as it was an all Belgian affair on the Elite Men’s podium. Mario de Clercq took the win ahead of Tom Vannoppen and one Sven Nys.
Taking a break from digging out from our own treasure trove of photos from last week’s USA Cycling 2016 Cyclocross National Championships has us looking at all the other great content out there from you, the sport’s fans and our readers.
Verge Sport has teamed up with Cyclocross Magazine to help bring you full coverage of all the age group (and singlespeed) races from the 2016 …
Back in 2005, Katie Compton wasn’t the cyclocross household name she is now. After all, she had only won a single National Championship the prior year in Portland, Oregon and was looking to repeat the feat in 2005 in Providence Rhode Island.
Belly laughs, belly aches and at least one racer dressed as a bunny. The Donut Race at the Cyclocross National Championships was a fun-filled affair for a good cause. And while there were smiles all around, the race didn’t have any sprinkels, but did have some controversy.
Thinking about the great racing to come this week has us thinking about the gear that folks will be riding on their way to the title. In Austin we saw some interesting bikes and some tried and trued set-ups that propelled their pilots to the podium’s top step.
Behind THE Barriers may be gone, but Jeremy Powers and SRAM are bringing you The Book of Cross videos.
There’s more cyclocross on the horizon including the 2016 Cyclocross National Championships and the World Championships at the end of January. But the end of the 2015 has us thinking back over the last 12 months and reflecting on those moments that had the cyclocross community talking.
In the spirit of the holiday season, we’re going all the way back to the beginning of the month and this year’s Jingle Cross for Throwback Thursday. Time will tell if Jingle Cross is a World Cup race for the 2016/17 season. In the meantime, enjoy this look at this year’s race.
We hope you have a wonderful holiday and wish everyone nothing but the best for the rest of 2015. And to those still racing, good luck with the rest of your season!
At this year’s National Championships, the Mechanics National Championships will test competitors in three key skills. The professional mechanic that proves their mettle will take home the title and be crowned the “Pit Boss of Cyclocross.”
Over the years Bilenky Junkyard Cross has served as SSCXWC qualifier and been the inspiration for a New Belgium Beer commercial. Sadly, the 10th anniversary event is on hold for a year. Relive the 2014 race with this interesting time-lapse video.
Update: Winners are being drawn today. First winner of the $100 gift card below. At Cyclocross Magazine, we opted to turn Black Friday into Free …
While it may not have been the start line of a World Cup, Niels Albert and Bart Wellens took to the Flandriencross course in Hamme, …