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Dutch Championships: Vos Steals Van Den Brand’s Stripes, Boom Caps Off His ’Cross Season – UPDATED: FULL REPORT, LOTS More Photos

Defending world champ Marianne Vos (Nederland Bloeit) just edged out defending Dutch national champ Daphny van den Brand (ZZPR.nl) by the slimmest of margins, adding her …

Full Coverage: 2012 USA Cyclocross National Championships – Madison, Wisconsin

Tune in regularly right here to  Cyclocross Magazine‘s 2012 Nationals Homepage for the most comprehensive source of Nationals 2012 info. We will be updating this …

Fantasy Cyclocross League Standings for 1/5/2011

by Ryan Malinchak You’ve been waiting for it…we now have all the results for the Zolder WC, Diegem Superprestige, and last two GVA Trofee races …

Product Review: A Lineup of Weather Protection from Showers Pass

by Josh Liberles It will come as no surprise to the dedicated cyclocrosser – one of a breed that chooses to compete in the most …

Preview: World Cup #5 this Weekend in Kalmthout, Belgium

by Jamie Mack Riders from around the globe will descend on Kalmthout, Belgium, this weekend for the fifth round of the UCI World Cup. Coming …

Motivating and Motivated by Oregon High School Cyclocross Racers

by Matt Fox The snow spits out of the menacing blue grey sky. It doesn’t fall slowly and gently – it’s harsh, and it stings. The …

We’re Not in Canada Anymore: Winter Comes to Belgium

by Craig Richey The Koksijde World Cup was my fifth consecutive weekend of racing, and between races I hadn’t done much training. I decided to …

Pro Cyclocross Rumors & Rumblings: Week of December 11th, 2010

by Kat Statman As most of you know, all eyes are focused on Bend, Oregon, for the US ’cross National Championships this week. But that’s …

Koksijde World Cup and Paris Vegan Day – All in a Weekend

CXM columnist Christine Vardaros recently had a busy weekend, chasing after the best cyclocrossers in the world in Koksijde, Belgium, followed by a speaking engagement …

The Future of United States Elite Cyclocross: A Brief Discussion with Adam Myerson

by Kat Statman Over the past few days, there has been a lot of noise about the UCI, USAC, the Verge NECCS and the NACT, …

Pro Cyclocross Rumors and Rumblings Week of November 5th, 2010

by Kat Statman With cyclocross heading towards mid-season, and already solidly there for us US racers, pro cyclocross rumors and general cyclocross rumors continue to …

Front Row Club at Plzen World Cup – A Report by Sue Butler

Last week, Sue Butler’s report from the Aigle World Cup was titled “The Opposite of a Holeshot.” For World Cup #2 she found herself in …

Plzen World Cup #2 Preview and Live Coverage Update

The world’s best ’crossers convene again this Sunday, October 24th, for the second round of the World Cup in Plzen, Czech Republic. Once again, we’ll …

Cal Giant’s Meredith Miller is Pretty in Pink, Riding for Breast Cancer

Perhaps you’ve noticed that the Cal-Giant women Meredith Miller and Teal Stetson-Lee have been sporting a different kit from their male teammates this season. The …

Why Cyclocross? We’re glad you asked.

Why cyclocross? Maybe you’ve never heard of cyclocross before, or are wondering why someone might do such an awkward, strange sport? Or why you’d want …

Sheppard, Williams Rule Rainier Cross Crusade #2

by Josh Liberles Although the race location is actually pronounced “Ray-neer,” anything in Oregon with a name that can be read as a derivative of …

Packed and Stacked: This Weekend’s Socal UCI Kross-toberfest #1 2010

UCI Racing is back in California this weekend after a one year hiatus, thanks to Focus Bicycles and promoter Dorothy Wong. If you don’t want …

CrossVegas 2010 Cyclocross Live Coverage Archive – Video, Text, Images

The fourth CrossVegas has come and gone, but you can relive it all here, thanks to Cyclocross Magazine’s Live Coverage of the 2010 event, complete …

KCCX’s Logan VonBokel Reports on His Pre-Season Prep

Logan VonBokel, entering his final season as a U23 racer, is balancing his energies between pursuing a full ’cross calendar with finishing up his economics …

Losses and Gains – Putting ’Cross In Perspective

Cyclocross Magazine regular contributor Kenton Berg, who brought us the “Training with Power for Cyclocross” segment, has been out of competition for a while due …

Married to the Bike? Masters Racer Lee Waldman Interviews His Wife

Cyclocross Magazine columnist and Masters racer Lee Waldman takes a look behind the scenes of bike racing life by interviewing his wife about being married …

Ask A Pro With National Champ Tim Johnson

Joining us again for our bi-weekly column, Ask a Pro, is 2009 national cyclocross champion Tim Johnson (Cannondale-Cyclocrossworld.com). If you missed our first reader submitted …

A Look Inside Issue 9: Content Highlights (and Our Darker Side)

Nine issues. Wow. It probably seems like forever ago since our last issue, let alone our humble Issue 1, but for the few of us …

Cyclocross GC at Tour of California

by Josh Liberles Nowhere was the prevalence of cyclocrossers at the top end of pro road cycling more apparent than during stage 4 of the …

Houffalize MTB World Cup – from a Crosser’s Eye

Christine Vardaros continues to deliver cyclocross reports straight from Europe. Here she tracks the cyclocrossers’ impressive performances in the recent Houffalize MTB World Cup and …

Diary of a Cross Pro: Helen Wyman Gets Back in the Saddle

In her latest column, British National Champ Helen Wyman gets back on the bike to prep for her next cycling season, after a short off-the-bike …

Lee Waldman Takes Time to Reflect…on Quitting?

by Lee Waldman I believe that you should always finish the race, no matter what. Quitting unless there’s a broken bone involved simply opens up …

Masters of the (Cyclocross) Universe – UPDATED: More Photos

by Dan Seaton Hasselt, Belgium – Let’s be honest here: cyclocross is a circus. Sure, the thousands of fans who turn out every week come …

Marilyn Ruseckas Recounts Her Worlds-Winning Day

Marilyn Ruseckas led the US charge at Masters Cyclocross Worlds in Mol, Belgium. Americans brought home three medals, with Ruseckas claiming the top step and …

Training with Power for Cyclocross: Kenton Berg’s Diary #7 – What If?

Not sure if you’re training effectively? Have some ambitious goals for the season but feel like your racing has plateaued? Cyclocross Magazine’s Kenton Berg has …