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  • NAHBS Cyclocross Gear – Gallery #2

    We’ve got a ton of more cyclocross-worthy goodies from NAHBS 2009, some we’ll be featuring in-depth in our print mag, others will make their way to our website. Here’s our second photo gallery, from bike geek extrodianaire Jason Prince. Our…

  • New Product Spotlight: Time Hi-Tense Wheels

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    Time has entered the high-end wheelset market, and offers two models, its Equal and Hi-Tense models. We’ve gotten a quick look a the lightweight 1530-gram Hi-Tense model, which boasts carbon hubs with a front carbon axle,  equal tensioned stainless steel…

  • NAHBS Eye Candy, Gallery #1

    Cyclocross is always prominent at NAHBS, and this year is no different. While contributor Jason Prince has been inspecting each booth for all things ‘cross for our print mag, we’ve got some initial eye candy from Ron Callahan for your…

  • New Product Spotlight: Fluid Recovery Drink

    Fluid Recovery Drink, Tropical Escape

    by Jacob Sisson With cyclocross’ short efforts, you might not think recovery drinks are important for the ‘crosser. But the intense training efforts and common back-to-back race days make proper recovery a top priority for the serious athlete. Recovery drinks…

  • New Product Spotlight: Revolution Rev-50X Wheels

    With most cyclocross racing winding down, overhauling, shopping, and upgrading season is already underway. And thus we’ll be increasing our New Product Spotlight features these next few months, so check back often for the latest ‘cross gear news and reviews….

  • Spend Black Friday With Cyclocross Magazine

    Cyclocross Magazine's Online Store - Gear, Apparel, Gifts

    Getting up at 5 a.m.? Looking for parking, waiting in lines, and pushing and shoving in the heat of competition? Even though that may sound pretty similar to a ‘cross race, spending your day fighting other shoppers at the mall…

  • More Interbike Cyclocross Bling: Day 3

    In our multi-part series featuring the ‘cross goods from Interbike, we’ve got some new brakes, bikes, and wheels, and unique singlespeeds. Also be sure to check out all our tech highlights from the Interbike outdoor demo, day 1 (part 1),…

  • More Interbike Cross Goods: Tires, Frames, Shoes and more

    Tired of seeing new ‘cross stuff? We’re not, and only wished we had more time. Here’s some more ‘cross goods that we found at Interbike. Tire lovers should rejoice with Continental’s big investment in ‘cross clinchers and tubulars. Some new…

  • Interbike: New Cyclocross-Related Products, Day 1 Part 2

    More ‘cross-worth gear from Interbike found by your ‘cross-obsessed staff of Cyclocross Magazine. Here’s some highlights. Click on each thumbnail for a larger view. Highlights from the outdoor expo can be seen here.  Additional Day 1  ‘cross gear here.

  • Interbike: New Cyclocross-Related Products Day 1

    Lots of ‘cross stuff seen at the expo, outdoor demo, and at Cross Vegas. Here’s some highlights. Click on each thumbnail for a larger view.  Highlights from the outdoor expo can be seen here.

  • Interbike Outdoor Expo: New ‘Cross Bikes and Products

    We braved the dust, heat, and rocks of the Interbike Outdoor Demo at Bootleg Canyon and its makeshift ‘cross course to find and review the latest ‘cross gear.

  • New Product Spotlight: Glow-in-the-Dark “Star Crossed” Cyclocross Frames by Seven

    Seattle’s Cascade Bicycle Studio has teamed up with Seven Cycles to offer both steel and titanium ‘cross frames with a limited edition, glow-in-the-dark paint scheme to celebrate the Seattle’s pioneering night race and ‘cross party, Star Crossed. The frames are…

  • New Product Spotlight: Gary Fisher Presidio Cyclocross Bike

    Earlier this summer Trek Bicycles ended its relationship with Greg Lemond and stopped its Lemond brand of bicycles. But with the Lemond Poprad being such a popular ‘cross bike, in part due to its steel frame, Trek has kept the…

  • New Product Spotlight: Igleheart Cyclocross Forks

    While there are dozens of ‘cross frame builders across the country, as any North American Handmade Bicycle Show attendee can attest (covered in Issue 3), few of them build their own forks. Christopher Igleheart is one of the few who…

  • New Product Spotlight: Challenge Grifo XS

    We’ve been reporting for a while about the trend of bike parts going to white this season. TRP magnesium brakes, Ritchey WCS components in white, the Redline Team’s saddle, bar tape, and stem, and Titus and Ellsworth’s new ‘cross frames,…

  • New Product Spotlight: Vittoria Evo XM Tubulars

    Cyclocross Magazine paid off a paparazzo (with just a free subscription) to capture a spy quick photo of the very first Vittoria Evo XM Tubulars, a new, aggressive-treaded model to join Vittoria’s existing XG and XN tires. Although we do…

  • New Product Spotlight: 2009 Bianchi D2 Cross Concept Race

    Cyclocross Magazine is honored to be the very first online or print publication to get an early look at the full-carbon 2009 Bianchi D2 Cross Concept Race. Like Lapierre, Bianchi is eschewing scandium for carbon this year for its top…

  • New Product Spotlight: Ellsworth Roots Cyclocross Frame and Fork

    As manufacturers start to shift their focus to the cyclocross season, we’ve been getting a bunch of new product in for review. One item that we’re about to test is the Ellsworth Roots ‘cross frame. Ellsworth is known mostly as…

  • Sea Otter Has Cyclocross!

    The 2008 Sea Otter Classic, despite offering almost every type of cycling event, does not have an official cyclocross event. But there’s no shortage of  cyclocross love and eye candy at the event, with numerous vendors at its festival, and…

  • ‘Cross Goodies in Vegas

    So we’ve heard from many of you that you’re interested in bike technology, especially new equipment and what the pro’s are using, but also what’s affordable and useful for the average rider. So we combed Interbike looking for all things…



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