Rutledge’s cyclocross history goes way back. Perhaps most notably, Rutledge was the driving force behind what became the Redline Conquest, arguably the first race-oriented American production cyclocross bike.
By now you likely know that our Friday news stories were, in keeping with tradition, April Fools’ jokes meant to bring a chuckle and maybe cause a few folks to do a double take.
This was our first chance to speak with CEO Tod Manning, the person in charge at NACS, and there was a good amount to discuss.
USA Cycling has announced that the cyclocross Under-9 age group races, the industry race and the donut race will all be championship events next year.
We spoke recently with Ben Berden about retirement, riding the Tour of Flanders and his “Giro/Tour double,” as well as cyclocross now that he’s retired from professional racing.
The Overland was Foundry’s attempt to “create a versatile and timeless cyclocross bike.” Featuring a titanium frame and smart spec did they succeed? Read here to find out.
This video covering the 2015 Singlespeed Cyclocross World Championships captures the event well and is sure to get the derailleur-less crowd pumped.
We’ve been out and about on Alchemy Bicycle Company’s steel cyclocross/gravel offering, the Konis. Check out our first impressions of the ride.
We’re closing in on the off-season’s half-way point. While cyclocross racing may have ended months ago, many of us might have cyclocross tires still glued to …
Femke Van den Driessche faces a stiff ban, Sven Nys doesn’t completely close the door to politics and Lars van Der Haar shows off a green thumb in this edition of Rumors & Rumblings.
How does Sven Nys celebrate retirement after a 20-year racing career? With a two-day sold out show at Belgium’s Antwerpen Sportpaleis that accommodates 16,000 fans.
Ritchey Logic showed off great Heritage Paint schemes on a number of bikes at NAHBS and is now offering complete bikes as well as framesets.
As we walked the NAHBS floor it called to us. Sandwiched between a rowdy looking full suspension rig and a rotund fat bike sat Matter Cycles’ WolfBeard all-road bike.
Dean came to this year’s North American Handmade Bicycle Show with a handful of bikes, but the four, bright letters on the down tube were long gone. And their new The Torreys caught our eye.
Eric Rolf is the builder behind Alliance Bicycles out of Hailey, Idaho. The Alliance gravel bike we see here is a double butted titanium custom offering with some interesting features.
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.
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.
For this week’s Throwback Thursday, we’re going back to 1995 for a bit of cyclocross history, inspired by a photo we recently scanned of cyclocross star Dale Knapp racing the snowy ’95 Cyclocross National Championships.
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.
In connection with Sven Nys’ move to Telenet-Fidea, we’ve been told that the team’s full roster, all 22 riders, will be aboard Trek beginning with the 2016 road season.
It’s clearly a good idea to have a multitool, chain tool and quick-link when riding. Especially for solo adventures or backwoods cycling. Mineral Design has launched a Kickstarter for their new Mini Bar multitool and their Barstow Chain Tool.
We’re hopeful that yesterday’s preview of this Saturday’s World Championship races in Zolder and today’s look at Sunday’s title events will give you a look at what’s possible at this year’s Worlds.
We have the benefit of having seen most of the international field race Zolder last month as part of the World Cup, While that race was a mostly dry affair and this weekend looks to be a wet one, last month’s fifth round of the World Cup can give some insight into what we might see this weekend at Worlds.
The Cyclocross World Championships take place in Heusden-Zolder this weekend, January 30-31. The course is a carbon copy of that used last month in Round …