From the pre-season break, to cyclocross-specific work to a pre-season taper, we’ll be well prepared to take the line thanks to Chris Mayhew. But before we do, what about openers? Mayhew opens up about openers in this week’s Training Tuesday.
Remember that mystery carbon crank we spotted on on Craig Richey’s cyclocross bike at Sea Otter? Easton Cycling has officially unveiled the offering, and it’s …
Sugoi Performance Apparel and Sombrio showed off some cycling apparel that really stood out when the lights dimmed, and many of the new products are well-suited for cyclocross and gravel cyclists.
There is no denying that disc brakes are the dominant stock brake type among cyclocross and gravel bikes today, and even the most affordable bikes typically come with mechanical disc brakes. But they’re not always the simplest to set up correctly. Learn how to best adjust your mechanical disc brakes in this piece.
Bontrager took one of its versatile knobby hybrid tire treads and upgraded it with a tubeless TLR bead and casing. The result? The Bontrager LT2 TLR Team Issue tubeless tire.
At the 2016 Press Camp, Camelbak impressed with a slew of new hydration products and refinements of existing models. From a collapsible bottle to new lifestyle pre and post-race hydration options and updated bladders, Camelbak has the following new products coming this fall.
For some cyclocross season has already begun. And for a lucky few from various nations that means the UCI Cyclocross Training Camp at in Switzerland. We spoke recently with the camp’s director, Geoff Proctor about the camp and more.
With the announcement of SSCXWC dates, we got ahold of John Walrod. He’s been a part of the event since its start and is the self-described “bad idea guy.” Walrod reveals more details on the infamous event.
You need to see clearly to stay upright and race to your potential. Ryders Eyewear impressed us at Press Camp with its high-tech lenses made for cyclists.
The number of new gravel races popping up everywhere is amazing. But the big ones, the ones that have been around awhile and feature unique challenges, …
Today we take a look at the first gravel-specific offerings from Pinarello, with the GAN GRS model featuring a rear suspension designed to keep riders comfortable over the long haul.
If you’ve been following the recent Training Tuesday articles from Chris Mayhew, you’re might be curious about the value of a pre-season taper. Read this week’s article to learn how to sharpen your fitness for the rigors of ‘cross and the start of the saeson.
This coming weekend is the Crusher in the Tushar gravel race in Beaver, Utah. While slightly over 100k, the event is considered one of the toughest with over 10,000 feet of elevation gain and varying terrain.
As the United States celebrates Independence Day today, we’re taking a look at two bikes that aren’t quite typical for our bike profiles, spotlights or reviews, but are appropriate for the July Fourth holiday. One is brand new, one we’ve spent a bit of time on.
Smith has released two new helmets intended for road and MTB use respectively and each coming with or without MIPS technology, the Route and the Rover.
For many cyclocross racers, summer means MTB races. And for some, like Lee Waldman, it means taking on longer races like the Bailey Hundito 50-miler. Check at Waldman’s ride and the days leading up to his race with this diary-like race report.
Cannondale p/b Cyclocrossworld.com has announced their roster for this coming season.
“I am really interested to see how introducing titanium in 2017 will change the mix of orders.”
For GT, cyclocross too has provided a platform for success, the company having sponsored some of the sport’s biggest names in the US, including Todd Wells.
We’ve been riding the just-released 2017 Cannondale SuperX Team cyclocross bike for the last two weeks, and so far, we’re quite impressed. Two days ago we …
Earlier this month at the 2016 Bike Press Camp, we saw the full 2017 GT Grade gravel, or “Enduroad” as the company calls it, line-up.
Proceeds from the Grand Fundo support the JAM Fund, which helps promising young cyclocross racers make the leap from development rider to professional racer.
Gravel-specific tires and tubeless technology aren’t a failsafe against misfortune like a cut sidewall. So we started wondering, what’s the best way to avoid cutting a tire on a gravel ride?
Alpinestars may not be the first name that comes to mind when thinking of gravel riding and cyclocross racing. But some thought out products spotted at Press Camp may fit the bill for narrower tire dirt riders.
It seems easy enough. Train in the late summer and early fall, then race, recover and repeat through Nationals. But how much form do you …
Cannondale makes a big push out front with its new, redesigned 2017 SuperX carbon cyclocross bike. The new models have a completely new frame geometry and design. We’ve ridden the new Team SuperX and share details, photos and impressions.