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Pro Cyclocross Rumors & Rumblings Week of Friday the 13th (July 2012)

by Kat Statman Tour de France is happening, the Olympics are coming up, and it’s Friday the 13th. Is there a better time to address …

Mary McConnelough Talks MTB-ing for Cyclocross and What It Means to Live the Dream

“It can be hard to plan exactly what we will do. We like to stay open to interesting opportunities that arise. This life is too short, we must maximize our time here and if we remain inspired in our racing, we will be that much happier.”

Olympic Hopeful Todd Wells on Windham and Cyclocross

Todd Wells may have not raced much cyclocross last season, but he had a good excuse: he was goaling for an Olympic berth and had …

Geoff Kabush: Canada’s MTB Olympic Hopeful on Windham and What’s Next

Geoff Kabush has had a big year in mountain biking; he secured a spot on the Canadian team for the Olympics and scored an eighth …

The Girl with the Cowbell Tattoo: With Every Crash, A Lesson Learned

by Molly Hurford What a week. It almost felt like cyclocross season this weekend, since the Windham World Cup gave me the chance to not …

Georgia Gould on Windham, the Olympics and Cyclocross Season

Watching the women’s race at the Windham World Cup was heartbreaking for virtually everyone on course. Georgia Gould flatted just before the finish, and her …

Pro Cyclocross Rumors & Rumblings Olympic Selection Week of June 16th, 2012

by Kat Statman With the US and a few other countries finally getting their acts together and starting to name their Olympic cycling teams, it’s …

Pro Cyclocross Rumors & Rumblings Week of June 1st, 2012

by Kat Statman Another few weeks, a whole lot of news compressed, and always more to talk about than we have time and/or space. This …

I Have This Friend … : A Column by Lee Waldman

Lee Waldman has talked a lot lately about his off-season motivation issues. Today, he’s looking at what really matters: the friends we ride with. by …

Rider Diary: Christine Vardaros’s Sun, Silliness and Serious Training at BABOCO Training Camp

Cyclocross Magazine’s “Euro correspondent” Christine Vardaros reports in from her training camp in Spain. by Christine Vardaros I am just recently back from Benidorm, Spain, …

Eight Questions for Georgia Gould

Georgia Gould may not have had the best cyclocross season last year, but she’s been more than making up for it in the 2012 mountain …

Pro Cyclocross Rumors & Rumblings Week of May 18th, 2012

by Kat Statman Yeah, yeah, Olympics this and Olympics that. Who cares? ’Cross isn’t even an Olympic discipline (note that sweeping ice while precariously standing …

Italian-Born Protek Bicycle Frames are Now Available in the United States

  Made to Measure and Handmade in Italy with Italian carbon and aluminum, now Protek Bicycle Frames are Available in the United States Cicli Protek …

Pro Cyclocross Rumors & Rumblings Week of Cinco de Mayo

by Kat Statman It’s Spring. The Classics are over, the Giro is starting, and still, all we think about it are 32 mm tubulars with …

Famed Sprinter Erik Zabel Talks Power, Cyclocross and the Berlin Wall

by Molly Hurford Although Erik Zabel never made it big in cyclocross, when we at Cyclocross Magazine heard that he was speaking at an intimate …

Checking In with the ’Crossers at the Houffalize World Cup

by Christine Vardaros, photos by Jonas Bruffaerts For all the diehard cyclocross fans here in Belgium who have been deprived of their ’cross races for …

Pro Cyclocross Rumors & Rumblings Week of April 19th, 2012

by Kat Statman The weather is warm, thunderstorms are becoming more regular and the trees have turned green in many places around the country. The …

Pro Cyclocross Rumors & Rumblings Week of April 6th, 2012

by Kat Statman It’s the off-season for our favorite ’crossers, so most of them are sitting at home relaxing. Niels Albert went for a walk …

Pro Cyclocross Rumors & Rumblings Week of March 23rd, 2012

by Kat Statman For all of you die hard cyclocross fans out there, this is certainly the time of year that you should start getting …

Southeast Bike Expo Showcased New 2012 Models and Olympic MTB Course for Testing

CONYERS, GEORGIA – For a first year bike expo, the Southeast Bike Expo couldn’t have picked a better day or place to hold its inaugural …

Talking Worlds and Sand Dunes With Chris Jones: “I was genuinely excited and honored”

Chris Jones (Rapha-Focus) has had an amazing season, taking podium spots among the best in the US, riding himself to a sixth place finish at Nationals, despite …

Giant Factory Off-Road Team Announces New Roster

NEWBURY PARK, CALIFORNIA — On the heels of its most successful year ever, the Giant Factory Off-Road Team rolls into the 2012 season with new …

Vos Unstoppable At Koksijde; Compton Rallies For Fifth: UPDATED Photos, Report, Results

View our complete coverage of the 2012 UCI Cyclocross World Championships in Koksijde, Belgium on our Full Coverage page. by Robbie Carver For the fourth consecutive …

National Champion Katie Compton Talks Worlds, Next Season

Katie Compton talks Nationals, Worlds, her season so far and what’s to come for this eight-time national champion. by Bart Hazen

Women’s Wednesdays: Czech Racer Katerina Nash

Czech racer Katerina Nash has had a busy season. She started with a win at CrossVegas, and spent much of the season racing on American …

In the Saddle with Julie Krasniak, Rapha-Focus’s Frenchwoman

Cyclocross Magazine’s Bart Hazen caught up with Julie Krasniak, the 23-year-old racer for the Rapha-Focus Cyclocross Team. by Bart Hazen Cyclocross Magazine: Can you introduce …

Never Complacent – An Interview with 7-Time National Champion Katie Compton

Katie Compton (Rabobank-Giant) has done what no other American cyclocrosser – male or female – has: won seven consecutive National Championships. On Sunday, she will …

Checking in with Gabby Day, UK Cyclocrosser

Our intrepid Euro correspondent and photographer Bart Hazen snagged an interview with Gabby Day, who recently scored a top ten finish at Koksijde, the site …

USA Cycling Responds: Cyclocross Support and Independent Sanctioning Bodies

Yesterday the Cyclocross Magazine website featured a report, “USA Cycling Pressures OBRA, Independent Organizations and Events,” that generated quite a bit of attention and feedback. …

In the Saddle With Pauline Ferrand-Prevot, 19-Year-Old Euro Phenom

One of our Euro corespondents, Bart Hazen, caught up with Pauline Ferrand-Prevot between snapping photos. Because some of our Euro racers, with the exceptions of …