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News of Olympian cyclist and part-time cyclocrosser Bobby Lea’s doping violation rocked the cycling world in December. Lea, after USADA released the news of his …
At the UCI Cyclocross Commission meeting last Monday there were more great strides made in the name of women’s cyclocross as confirmed by two Commission members Helen Wyman and Sven Nys.
Sven Nys appeared on Belgian TV last night and spoke about a range of topics including his last race, what the future holds for his son and the chance that we could see Elite Women earn prize money equal to that of the Elite Men.
If you didn’t get a chance to see the full race, you can see the Elite Men’s competition at the 2016 Sluitingsprijs Oostmalle here.
Sven Nys’ final race. It seems almost incomprehensible that in a career that’s been going for so long we won’t see him line up again. And yet, today is the day that the chapter of his life as an Elite cyclocross racer ended.
Quality Bicycle Products is based in Bloomington, Minnesota, an area filled with gravel roads, and has been serving the gravel market really well, with its brands like Salsa, Foundry, Whisky, Surly and now Teravail, a new tire brand.
The final chapter of the Book of Cross from SRAM and Jeremy Powers is here. Take a few minutes to enjoy this short and relive some of the excitement from Asheville and Zolder.
This edition of Rumors & Rumblings shows that we’re more similar to the pros we cheer for than we may realize.
Christine Vardaros sat down with Marianne Vos to find out how her recovery is going and what Vos’ future plans are. Enjoy this frank and open discussion with the multi-time champion.
Movers and shakers in the Elite ranks as we bring you another edition of Rumors & Rumblings.
Cyclocross Magazine Pit Crew members were on hand for Cyclocross Tokyo, which this year featured unseasonable warm conditions and a late surge from Jeremy Powers who took the win.
The Hansgrohe Superprestige series wrapped up today in Middelkerke, Belgium today. With the series ending and the season wrapping up the fields were packed with those looking to take final results for the year.
Belgian press is reporting that Femke Van den Driessche, who was found to have a bike with a hidden motor in her pit area at the 2016 Cyclocross World Championships may only receive as 6 month ban as well as an 180,000 euro fine.
Cyclocross Magazine’s Christine Vardaros talked with Helen Wyman the day after the World Championship race. Wyamn told us about her ride at Worlds, some of the course’s more challenging features, and about a new Baby Limus.
Yesterday was the penultimate round of the Superprestige series. While there were smaller post-Worlds fields like at Saturdays finale of the Bpost Bank Trofee series, the racing was still fast and furious.
As the season winds to a close, the final Bpost Bank Trofee race was held yesterday. Waaslandcross in Sint-Niklaas was a mostly Belgian affair as riders hoped to round out their season’s with some solid results.
“Together with the team, we’re working on a racing plan so that I can collect the necessary UCI points to race Olympics” says van der Poel.
Christine Vardaros spoke with 2016 Cyclocross World Championship bronze medalist Maud Kaptheijns of The Netherlands at last Wednesday’s 2016 Parkcross Maledgem race where she finished fifth in the Elite Women’s race.
Cyclocross Magazine’s Christine Vardaros spoke with Sophie de Boer of The Netherlands after the midweek 2016 Parkcross Maledgem race where she finished second.
Cyclocross Magazine’s Christine Vardaros caught up with American Elle Anderson at the midweek 2016 Parkcross Maledgem race for an exclusive interview.
We saw Yu Takenouchi race aboard a hand-built Toyo frame back in Nobeyama in 2011, and he still races for the small Japanese outfit to this day. Today, we are looking at his World Championship bike.
Even though the 2016 Cyclocross World Championships are in our rear review mirror, there’s still a good three more weeks of professional cyclocross racing in …
Our look at bikes from the 2016 Cyclocross World Championships continues with what eagle-eyed readers will notice are photos of Stephen Hyde’s silver medal bike from the 2016 USA Cycling Cyclocross National Championships before it went to Zolder.
It turns out that Femke Van den Driessche’s motorized Wilier cyclocross bike may not have been a marvel of engineering by her team, mechanics or …