racing and interview videos
For the second installment of Sam Smith’s Cyclofile, we’re transported back to the start of the 2007 season and Las Vegas, Nevada, for Cross Vegas.
We also caught up with Carl Decker, who won the 2016 men’s Lost & Found gravel race in his first attempt, beating, among others, last year’s winner Tobin Ortenblad.
We spoke with Robin Farina after her win at the 2016 Lost & Found gravel race last weekend. See what the two-time women’s race winner had to say.
The Lost and Found is the Wild West of gravel racing. This year, hot temperatures, dusty roads and big names contested the first stop of the 2016 Lost Sierra Triple Crown. See our full race report, results and photo gallery.
Before it was the BPost Bank Trofee it was the GVA Trofee. And the GVA Trofee race in Baal, Belgium, has been the Grand Prix Sven Nys since 2000. The 2006 edition epitomized what many think of when they think cyclocross; cold, wet and muddy.
For this week’s Friday Feature we have another from Sam Smith. Smith sat down with the sport’s biggest stars back in the day and chronicled the US National Championships from 2004 to 2008 and the result was this short film, ‘Cross Natz.
For this installment of Film Friday we’re bringing you Sam Smith’s Transition 2: ‘Cross the Pond thanks to the director himself.
The 1999 race was not Kelly’s first Worlds appearance. He actually raced the Junior race the year prior in 1998 when it was held in Middelfart, Denmark. Take another look back at that race with this week’s Throwback Thursday.
Speaking with Jingle Cross race director John Mehaan yesterday got us thinking about past Jingle Cross races and the course in Iowa City. So we’re taking a quick look at the race’s 2010 edition.
Fifteen years ago, Jeremy Powers was just getting his international cyclocross career going with the US national squad in Trabor, Czech Republic, at the Cyclocross Junior World Championships.
It was 2007, and Katie Compton had already won three World Cup races and her third national championship title. But the 2007 Cyclocross World Championships was her first appearance in the Elite Women’s race for the rainbow jersey.
For this week’s Throwback Thursday we’re going back to the 1998 Elite Men’s Cyclocross National Championship race held in Ft. Devens, Massachusetts with a race highlight video.
In the spirit of “it’s always cyclocross season,” springtime urban ‘cross racing comes to Zurich this weekend thanks to the team behind the EKZ Crosstour.
We been watching decade-old race videos again. This time it’s the 2005 Elite Women’s World Championship race from Sankt Wendel, Germany that caught our attention.
This video covering the 2015 Singlespeed Cyclocross World Championships captures the event well and is sure to get the derailleur-less crowd pumped.
Murphy Mack and SuperPro racing may no longer be promoting the Masters World Championships in San Jose, but the 2011 SSCXWC promoter still has a …
During cyclocross season, Sundays are often race days. Once the racing is over, some stash the cyclocross bikes away until late summer. Many though keep ‘cross going with mixed terrain rides.
For this week’s Throwback Thursday we thought we’d share the the 1995 Cyclocross World Championships. The title was taken by Switzerland’s Dieter Runkel, the first to win Worlds on clipless pedals.
Super Tuesday got us thinking, “remember the Tour de Trump?” Enjoy this bonus Throwback Thursday at what was to be a huge race.
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.
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.
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.
We’ve got another bike from the 2016 Cyclocross World Championships in Heusden-Zolder, Belgium. This time it’s Mical Dyck’s custom steel Naked X-15.
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.