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Wellens, Stybar Show Good Summer Form in Tour of Czech Republic

The Telenet-Fidea cyclocross team sent its riders to the Tour of the Czech Republic to continue to sharpen their fitness. Bart Wellens took fourth in …

2010 NICA California State MTB Championships

‘Cross racers and our community could learn some lessons from the NorCal and SoCal mountain bike racing leagues. The community has brought students, parents and …

Catching Up with Carl Decker – An Interview

There was a familiar face toeing the line of a recent, local Oregon road race – Carl Decker (Giant) had made the trip to mix …

Tough Mudder: Cyclocross Without the Bike?

by Robbie Carver An interesting New York Times article was published recently about an event called the Tough Mudder being held at the Bear Creek …

Catching up with Ryan Trebon – A Quick Q&A

by Josh Liberles It’s been way too long since we’ve had a chance to check in with 2009 USGP overall series winner and former national …

Cyclocross Park Coming to South Carolina?

by Jamie Mack Communities across the country seem to be embracing the notion of permanent bike parks that feature cyclocross as a main attraction. Shovels …

Sven Nys Goes Moto

A few days ago Sven mentioned a new endeavor called “project M” on his blog. Now however all is revealed: Sven Nys will ride motocross! …

UCI to Restore Szczepaniaks’ U23 Cyclocross Worlds Results

This was published on April 1, 2010 and was an April Fools’ story. Following an emotional interview published in Belgian newspaper Het Laatste Nieuws (and …

The Olympics Effect: USA Cycling Starts Women’s Youth BMX Development Program

With all the recent discussion of cyclocross in the winter Olympics, today’s announcement by USA Cycling reminds us of one major benefit in becoming an …

Cyclocross in the Olympics? Line Up Behind Pole Dancing (and Learn)

by Andrew Yee A few days ago we alerted you of a petition by ‘cross fanatic Michael Fee to gather support for cyclocross in the …

Cyclocross in the Olympics – Will the Community’s Voice be Heard?

We’ve had news about cyclocross possibly being in the winter Olympics before, and gotten many people’s hopes up with our April Fools post last year …

Now We’ve Hit the Big Time: Cyclocross Featured in USA Today and the Guardian

by Josh Liberles Media coverage is a crucial component to cyclocross’ continued growth, and momentum seems to be in the sport’s favor. An interview with …

Hoogerheide Cyclocross World Cup & Jonathan Page Live Chat

Tune in for the live racing action from the Hoogerheide Cyclocross World Cup, the series finale, as well as our post-race chat with Jonathan Page: …

Worlds to Louisville in 2013?

Louisville, Kentucky is a top candidate to host the UCI Cyclocross World Championships in 2013, according to Belgian newspaper Gazette Van Antwerpen’s website . The …

EuroCrossCamp VII Diary Series: Rest Day and Q&A with Josh Berry

Montana State Junior Nathan Phillips has embedded himself in EuroCrossCamp to document the inner workings of the camp that has had a pivotal role in …

National Contenders Spotlight: Coryn Rivera

by Dave Sheek After racing for only six years how does one earn 24 national titles? Coryn Rivera has accomplished more at seventeen years of …

Nationals Contenders Spotlight: Ryan Sisters

by Dave Sheek Kendal and Alexis Ryan, while two years apart in age, are a dominating force in the Elite Women’s category of their local …

Nationals Contender Profile: Don Myrah Takes on Masters 40-44 Field

by Justin Morgan When Don Myrah returned to competitive cyclocross racing in 2007, the appearance of a rider with four Elite National Championships under his …

Pro Cyclocross Rumors and Rumblings – Nationals Favorites Preview Edition Part I

In honor of this weekend’s United States Cyclocross National Championships, Pro Cyclocross Rumors and Rumblings will trot out a couple of interviews with big time …

Shoe Week Day 3: Northwave Aerlite S.B.S. Review

Cyclocross Magazine’s year-long search for the perfect cyclocross shoe continues with Day 3 of Shoe Week. Today we take a look at Northwave’s Aerlite SBS …

Live Coverage of NACT Finale on Long Island – Follow Live, Win Zipp Swag

Cyclocross Magazine’s live race coverage continues this weekend with the Whitmore’s Landscaping Super Cross Cup on Saturday and Sunday. The weekend represents the finale of …

McConneloug Repeats, Driscoll Escapes at Cycle-Smart International Day 2 – Updated: Full Report, Photos, Results

The 19th annual Cycle-Smart International wrapped up a weekend of top-level UCI racing in Northampton this weekend. Blue skies and a fast, hard packed course …

Equal Pay in Cyclocross – One Young Man’s Opinion

Equal pay is a hot topic in ‘cross. Most of you seem to have a strong opinion on this subject, and we’re here to publish …

London Anticipates Halloween’s Muddy Hell

Following events such as Socal’s Spooky Cross and Norcal’s Surf City Psychocross, our friends across the pond in London are getting ready for the summer …

Pro Cyclocross Rumors and Rumblings, April 1, 2009

Tired of reports on one road racer’s twitter stream? Wondering what your favorite mudders have been up to?  Doing your homework so you can win …

Cyclocross Confirmed to Appear in Vancouver Olympics, Gould and Nys Express Support

Cyclocross in the Olympics has long been a fantasy for ′cross fans everywhere, but turning that fantasy into reality has been difficult. But there’s progress. …

A Combined MTB and CX World Cup Series?

With short urban courses, double chainrings, carbon hoops and tubular tires now prominent in mountain biking, and barriers all but gone from top ‘cross races, …

Worlds Countdown: Sven Nys Talks Team Tactics, Form, and Fans

Sven Nys continues to dominate the World Cup, the Superprestige series, and most major one-day races. Yet he’s only won one world title as an …

Northern Friends Need Worlds Help Too

While cyclocross is growing rapidly in the U.S. and Canada, riders in both countries have difficulty finding funding to compete at the highest level. Is …

IOC Considering ‘Cross as a Winter Olympic Sport

by David Hutton It is undeniable that the dramatic growth of cyclocross continues in the United States and countries around the world. Yet many riders …