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.
Quality Bicycle Products is based in Bloomington, Minnesota, an area filled with gravel roads, and has been serving the gravel market really well, with its brands like Salsa, Foundry, Whisky, Surly and now Teravail, a new tire brand.
When sitting down for breakfast this weekend, we suddenly realized we didn’t have anywhere to be. No race to get ready for, no muddy kit to wash. It left us with the question, what do you do now that weekends are free?
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.
This edition of Rumors & Rumblings shows that we’re more similar to the pros we cheer for than we may realize.
Christine Vardaros sat down with Marianne Vos to find out how her recovery is going and what Vos’ future plans are. Enjoy this frank and open discussion with the multi-time champion.
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.
Recently, we came across an analysis by David R. Roberts of the brake choices—disc or cantilever—made by the 2016 World Championship Elite racers. Roberts’ analysis looks at four main questions including do faster riders tend to ride discs. Check out his analysis.
We’re nearly finished featuring winning and interesting bikes from the 2016 Cyclocross National Championships. Today we’re taking a look at Graciela Val’s Cannondale Super X.
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.
The Hansgrohe Superprestige series wrapped up today in Middelkerke, Belgium today. With the series ending and the season wrapping up the fields were packed with those looking to take final results for the year.
We’ve not done a Friday Feature Film in some time, but this popped up on our radar recently. Sam Smith, the man behind the Transition series of cyclocross films as well as Behind THE Barriers, posted the full-length first Transition to YouTube last week.
We’re closing in on the final bike profiles in our 2016 Cyclocross National Championships archives. Today we’re showcasing Ben Gomez Villafañe’s Specialized Crux Pro CX1.
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.
With all of the races that happened in Asheville, we still have a few bikes in our archives that we’ve yet to feature from Nationals. And while it may seem like this a duplicate bike, the Cannondale Super-X shown here belongs to Cooper Willsey.
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.
With her performances at Nationals, Sofia Gomez Villafane earned a spot on the US Worlds squad. But a mix-up in UCI paperwork meant she toed the line in Zolder for Argentina. Here, we look at Gomez Villafane’s bike as it was set up in Asheville.
Hecht and his Alpha Bicycle Co-Vista Subaru squad ride titanium offerings from Moots in Steamboat Springs, Colorado. We profiled Hecht’s teammate Katie Clouse’s Moots Psychlo-X earlier and here we’re taking a look at Hecht’s Psychlo-X RSL.
Next Wheels is one of the first to produce a wheel kit for the 12X135 thru-axle design of the SCS rear end on the 2016 Specialized disc brake/thru-axle bikes
Cyclocross Magazine’s Christine Vardaros talked with Helen Wyman the day after the World Championship race. Wyamn told us about her ride at Worlds, some of the course’s more challenging features, and about a new Baby Limus.
Yesterday was the penultimate round of the Superprestige series. While there were smaller post-Worlds fields like at Saturdays finale of the Bpost Bank Trofee series, the racing was still fast and furious.