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Spending Time with the Flu, a Podium, and my Nieuwelingen – A Column by Christine Vardaros

Cyclocross Magazine columnist Christine Vardaros, a regular print mag contributor, sent us this online report of her recent World Cup in Pijnacker and Germany. Enjoy …

Close Only Counts in Horseshoes and Hand Grenades – A Column by Ben Popper

Columnist Ben Popper took his quest for one UCI point north of the border. This is his report from the Toronto International Cyclocross race, Day …

From Broken Wrist to Shock Therapy – A Column by CX Pro Jesse Anthony

Jesse Anthony, the current USGP leader, has been racing ‘cross for ten years and has won an impressive seven cyclocross national championships. With such a …

A Newbie Playing in the Mud – A Column by Andrew Bernstein

Join Andrew Bernstein as he embarks on the adventure of his first season of ‘cross and reminds us of our own newbie days. You can …

UCI Point Hunting Up North, Day 1 – A Column by Ben Popper

Columnist Ben Popper took his quest for one UCI point north of the border. This is his report from the Toronto International Cyclocross race, Day …

Never Trust Pre-reg Lists – A Column by Ryan Kelly

by Ryan Kelly Remember when you were a kid, and your parents said how they heard Santa had to get an extra big sleigh this …

Small Time Crash, Big Time Chasing: Louisville Day 2 – A Column by Ben Popper

When you ride like I do, you’re going to crash eventually. All season I’ve dreaded the day I go down. I’m recklessly fast through the …

Out of the Frying Pan, Into the Fire – a Column by Andrew Bernstein

Join Andrew Bernstein as he embarks on the adventure of his first season of ‘cross and reminds us of our own newbie days. In this …

Big Time Racing: Louisville Day 1 – A Column by Ben Popper

USGP. This is big time. No more blowing up 40 minutes in, no more mechanicals or flats, no more hot weather dragging me down. It’s …

Reflections on Gloucester, Beer, and Fistfuls of Cash – a Column by Ryan Kelly

Ryan Kelly is a roadie who owns a ‘cross bike and loves racing it. After a successful season in the Bs last year, he’ll likely …

Ohio Day 3…Finally a C1 – A Column by Ben Popper

by Ben Popper So this is it. A UCI C1 Race. We newbies tend to think that giving points 15 deep makes it easier to …

To the Himalayas and Back – A Column by Andrew Bernstein

Join Andrew Bernstein as he embarks on the adventure of his first season of ‘cross and reminds us of our own newbie days. The first …

Crashing and Popping in Ohio – A Column by Ben Popper

by Ben Popper So, in my last update after Day 1 of the Cincinnati International Cyclocross Festival, I talked about how important the lineup is …

Being the Really Dark Horse at Darkhorse Cyclo-Stampede – A Column Ben Popper

CXM Columnist Ben Popper is on a mission to achieve one goal – earning just one UCI point.. Follow Ben on this journey this season …

Bulding Confidence to Battle the Big Boys – a Column by Ryan Kelly

Ryan Kelly is a roadie who owns a ‘cross bike and loves racing it. He’ll likely be spending his season at the back of the …

My Chase for One UCI Point – Part II – A Column by Ben Popper

While many of us may idolize the pros, it’s often the working man that is doing the sport out of love that we can relate …

My Chase for One UCI Point – A Column by Ben Popper

While many of us may idolize the pros, it’s often the working man that is doing the sport out of love that we can relate …

It’s Still a Bike Race – A Column by Andrew Bernstein

Andrew Bernstein is a cat 3 road racer giving his first ‘cross season a try. This is his first entry in an ongoing column for …

Training Tuesday: On Hiring a Cyclocross Coach

For this week’s Training Tuesday we’re talking with coach Chris Mayhew about what might be your first step in training; hiring a coach.

Strigel, Hildebrandt Win Fourth Round of Wisconsin SuperCup in Sun Prairie

by Paul Warloski SUN PRAIRIE, WI—Abby Strigel (Trek) and Casey Hildebrandt (Underground Project) won the Women’s and Men’s Elite races Saturday at the Sun Prairie …

Technique Tuesdays: Eliminating the Stutter-Step in Cyclocross Remounts

Get faster in cyclocross by eliminating the stutter step in your remount. Tips, photos and video on how to remount your bike without the double tap.

Pactimo Prepares for the Fall Rain and Chill at Interbike 2015

Interbike revealed some big on-the-bike innovations, including hydraulic shifting systems and more options to run power meter through cyclocross. In order to get a leg …

Mechanical Monday: The Art of Gluing Tubulars

Gluing tubulars is tricky business. And writing about it is just as difficult, if not more so. After all, everyone has his or her own gluing style, and everyone will tell you that his or her style is the best one. One of our brave mechanics, Jason Gardner of Jinji Cycles, decided to share his expertise with us.

The Dreaded DNF: Lessons from the Aptly-Named “Crusher” by Lee Waldman

After a season filled with injuries, Lee Waldman was preparing to tackle the 2015 Crusher in the Tushar, creating a full game plan around getting …

Rider Diary and Equipment Advice: Race Report of the Dirty Kanza 200 by Winner Amanda Nauman

The 2015 edition of the Dirty Kanza 200 saw a muddy course fit for a cyclocrosser, and despite the race being over 14 hours long …

From Issue 28: UCI Half-Steps Toward Equality – Developing the Youth Women’s Cyclocross Category

Last January, the UCI announced the introduction of a new category for Youth Women in the Cyclocross World Championship. In Issue 28, Cindy Brennan examined …

Destinations to Dial-In Technique During the Offseason: Park City Mountain Biking

Since the early Spring, we’ve been filling our reports with tips for training in the offseason, starting with Michael van den Ham’s investigation into what …

Book Review: Skills, Drills and Bellyaches, A Cyclocross Primer

Bill Schieken, creator of CXHairs videos such as SVENNESS and LIKEAVOS, has been deconstructing sports for decades. Even before his introduction to cycling, he was passionate …

Jim Brown, Cyclocross Junior Devo Program Manager, Diagnosed with Cancer

Jim Brown, the heart and organizational figure behind Rad Racing NW, the powerhouse junior development team in the Pacific Northwest, was diagnosed with lung cancer. …

Technique Tuesday: Training to Run for Cyclocross Starts Now—Issue 28 Sneak Peek

Forget what you know about preparing to run in cyclocross: If you are pulling out your sneakers and jogging only two weeks before the season …