cyclocross photos from the pros & community
Photographer and amateur cyclocross racer Chris McIntosh of C. McIntosh Photo made the trip from Boston to Thompson, Connecticut to document the UCI C2 Day 2 of the KMC Cross Fest. We’re glad he did.
Photographer Jeff Corcoran captured the action from Day 2 of the 2016 Trek CXC Cup, won by Wisconsin Native Kaitie Antonneau and World Champ Wout van Aert.
While many eyes were on the Trek CXC Cup in Wisconsin, the racers in Nittany arguably put on a more suspenseful show with tight sprint finishes for the Day 2 UCI C2 wins.
At Peter Voller’s 2016 Vermont Overland gravel and adventure ride, we came away with a Class IV education on Vermont Backcountry roads. See our report and photo gallery.
China’s Beijing suburb of Fengtai Changxindian hosted the second station of the 2016 Qiansen Trophy UCI C1 cyclocross races on a technical and varied course. See our the full report, photo gallery and results.
The Fengtai Changxindian stop of the 2016 Qiansen Trophy UCI C1 cyclocross races is quite a change from the Yanqing race, with a lot of vertical, a side-by-side double flyover and some dinosaur-themed fun. See our course preview.
Now in its fourth year, the Qiansen Trophy brings racers from around the world to China for the first UCI C1 races of the season. We take a look at the 2016 Yanqing cyclocross course, its surroundings, and the travel experience.
Photographer Chris McIntosh made the trip down to experience and document the 2016 Cannondale p/b CyclocrossWorld training camp. This year’s edition did not disappoint in terms of fun times and great memories and images.
In true Wellington and cyclocross fashion, the weather was suitably windy, rainy and bitterly cold for New Zealand’s 2016 National Championship titles last weekend. See our exhaustive photo gallery and brief recap.
Photographer Chris McIntosh made the trip to Stowe, Vermont for some scenic punishment on a bike via a 100 kilometer route on some of Vermont’s finest dirt and gravel roads as part of the Raid Lamoille gravel ride.
Paul Component Engineering is back with purple anodized CNC machined aluminum bicycle components. But don’t confuse these components to be a sign that the Chico-based company is turning back the clock to the 90s.
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.
Cyclocross Magazine photographer Danny Zelck has some great images of the first ever U23 Women’s World Championship race won by British rider Evie Richards.
We have more 2016 Cyclocross World Championship photographs from today’s course inspection from photographer Danny Zelck. Enjoy these images and stay tuned for more coverage this weekend of all the championship events.
Check out these images from photographer Pieter Van Hoorebeke from the 2016 World Championship course during Friday’s rider course inspection.
While many riders will make small tweaks or maybe even some full-on changes to their bikes before a major event, the bike Noble rode to the win in Asheville is likely going to be the one she rides in Zolder this weekend for the World Championships.
Take a look at many of the American riders on course at this past weekend’s World Cup in Hoogerheide, The Netherlands. The images were taken by Bart Hazen.
While we’ve been bringing you bikes from the 2016 USA Cycling Cyclocross National Championships, we’re also showing you some of the bikes you’ll see at the World Championships this coming weekend. Today we’re looking at British National Champion Nikki Harris’ Specialized S-Works Crux Disc.
The final round of the World Cup was yesterday at Hoogerheide, The Netherlands. With changes to the course and muddy conditions, it was sure to be a challenge for those racers that toed the start line and Bart Hazen was on hand to capture all the action.
Cold temperatures and bright sun greeted the racers at the fifth annual Kingsport Cyclocross Cup. Forty eight racers in the Elite Men’s event, and 31 Elite Women battled for the podium.
Enjoy these images from Bart Hazen of the American riders in the Elite Women’s and Elite Men’s races at last weekend’s Namur World cup. The American Elite Women’s contingent was led by Katie Compton while in the Elite Men’s field, Stephen Hyde was the best American rider.
“Namur is exactly what cross should be, a hard technical course with fierce competition.” And that’s what was on display for the U23 men yesterday as shown in these photos from Bart Hazen of the American racers at Namur.