Jonathan Page Relocates to the US

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Powers leads Page, Johnson and Trebon down the main descent. ©Cyclocross Magazine

Here at Nationals, Powers leads Page, Johnson and Trebon down the main descent. © Cyclocross Magazine

Jonathan Page has long been hailed as one of the first US riders to really take the plunge in elite cyclocross by electing to live and race almost entirely in Europe, specifically Belgium. He’s also the only American to take a podium spot in Worlds as an Elite Man. But with wife Cori and their three children in tow, he recently made a bold move — back to his homeland. The New England native didn’t return to his old stomping grounds, but instead took up residence in Utah, where he’s been doing more mountain biking than he has in previous years.

He’s on the hunt for a new title sponsor (he was sponsored by Planet Bike in years past) and some good results in the US before heading back to Europe during cyclocross season.

Stay tuned for more info on Page’s plans.



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