cyclocross photos from the pros & community
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.
There was a large contingent of American riders across all the races at Namur yesterday. With many strong rides, it was the Junior Men that came away with the best results, led by Spencer Petrov.
For their part, the Elite Men at the first day of the Highlander Cross Cup in Waco, Texas took to the challenging course with little concern for the toll it may take. The pace was fast and riders never let off leaving all but the strongest to straggle in.
In what looked to be by our measure the muddiest race of the season, Helen Wyman (Kona Factory) capitalized on her mud riding and running abilities, and took the win over fellow Brit Nikki Harris (Young Telenet-Fidea).
In case you missed it, Jingle Cross has thrown its hat into the ring to host a 2016 UCI World Cup event, looking to depart …
UCI cyclocross racing made its debut in the Sooner State this weekend with Ruts n’ Guts, a two-day event featuring huge prize money and a competitive fields from racers throughout the country. In a repeat of day one, Tristian Uhl (Giant South) and Amanda Nauman (SDG – Muscle Monster) powered away from their competition to take solo victories.
During day two of the NBX Gran Prix of Cyclo-cross, exciting racing all day culminated in two of the most thrilling Elite races this season.
Broken Arrow, Oklahoma hosted the first UCI event in the state with Ruts N Guts this weekend. The event is its sixth year but 2015 marks the first time the race is on the UCI calendar as a C2 event.
On a course lauded as the best in New England, the first day of the NBX Gran Prix of Cyclo-cross got underway in Warwick, Rhode Island’s Goddard Park today.
We won’t mince words about it—at $7300 the Lightweight Meilenstein Obermayer wheelset is unobtainable for most cyclocross racers. Costing more than a nice used car, the Lightweight wheels are a luxury item for those who want the upper echelon of performance, light weight and rarity.
Jen Malik and her Stanridge Cycles CX have cracked the top-20 at several domestic ‘cross races this year, a testament to her racing prowess and the legitimacy of steel at the Elite level.
Nobeyama is hosting UCI racing in Japan once again, and the picturesque, high altitude mountain town’s race weekend should make the world traveler’s bucket list. …
In our final Koksijde photo gallery, CXM contributor Bart Hazen chronicles the Juniors and U23 races at the 2015 Koksijde World Cup.
Sanne Cant proved that her strong start to the 2015 season is no fluke, adding another win to her already-strong season and easily distancing her Elite Women’s rivals at the 2015 Koksijde World Cup.
History was made this Sunday on the dunes of Koksijde as Sven Nys proved that experience can triumph over youth. Nys earned his 50th Elite World Cup victory in a battle with Wout van Aert—19 years his junior—that was nothing short of riveting.
While at the Wheelers and Dealers Race at CrossVegas, this vintage Eddy Merckx Titane singlespeed caught our eye. What appeared to be a singlespeed frankenbike turned out to be a former Belgian pro’s bike with a neat story behind it.