Masters racer Lee Waldman is back with another column filled with invaluable life lessons, and it’s especially timely given Steve Tilford’s recent passing today.
Some very sad and horrible news: Cycling and cyclocross legend Steve Tilford was killed in a car accident early this morning. Tilford was 57 years …
Power meters & public athlete data make it easy for bike racers to set targets for both power & weight. Is this the right approach? Coach Mayhew weighs in.
Do it all or do one thing well? We contemplate life and bike philosophies in our review of the drop bar, dropper post-equipped 2017 Raleigh Stuntman.
Two up and coming UK lads, Fin Robertson and Thomas Mein are producing an effort to help fund their Belgian racing campaign and hope to help young CX racers at the same time.
Thirteen-time Cyclocross National Champion Katie Compton and World and Olympic Champion skier Lindsey Vonn have agreed to a duel this spring at Vail resort in …
The UCI (Union Cycliste Internationale) has added another World Championship race to its roster by agreeing to sanction and regulate the Singlespeed Cyclocross World Championships (SSCXWC).
After tasting mud and near-victory at the 2016 SSCXWC and piling on base miles at the Cape Epic stage race, Sven Nys has officially declared what we suspected…he’s coming out of retirement.
Northwave’s top-shelf Extreme XC mountain bike shoe pairs a Michelin carbon sole & tread, SLW-2 dials & some eye-popping color options. We slip on a pair and take an in-review look.
Flared drop bars, fat tires, longer chainstays, low gearing and an occasional dropper post are the hot trends in the bike industry. In 1991, all were available, just under a different label.
The versatile steel Fyxation Quiver Disc aims to be the only bike you need, with road, cyclocross, gravel and bikepacking capabilities. We put it to the test.
NAHBS isn’t just a framebuilder’s show. It’s a show dedicated to the passion in the sport, and Paul Components brings that in spades.
After eight days of hot, grueling mountain biking through South Africa filled with mechanicals and saddle sores, the Belgian duo of Sven Nys and Sven …
We were impressed by them at Press Camp and now they’re finally here. Ryders Eyewear has launched the all new Fyre sunglasses targeted towards the rider looking for high performance features for all conditions. The brand has also expanded its antiFOG lineup.
L’Eroica rides reminds us of a time when we did not obsess on categorizing our rides or bikes. Clifford Lee recalls his journey back in time at the 2016 Eroica California.
The life of a pro cyclocross mechanic is never dull. Learn more about it with this short video profiling Doug Sumi, chief wrench for Kerry Werner and Kona.
Moots, the titanium wizards out of Steamboat Springs, Colorado, teamed up with Chris King on a gravel race bike with limited edition bits.
What’s 2mm? For some that’s the difference between a tire fitting within a frame or brake or not. For others, 2mm offers an ability to …
Your Wednesday Night Worlds or weekly ‘cross practice seems so like so long ago, but there’s growing research to suggest it should never end…at least for guys.
Burnout, frustration, snapping at loved ones or fellow racers. Sound familiar? Coach Mayhew tell us how to avoid them and stay happily married to ‘cross with a balance of process and outcome goals.
If you can’t remember the last time you had both an Allen key and your cycling shoes in your hands at the same time, it’s probably time to replace your SPD cleats.
The Cape Epic adventure for “Sven and Sven” is underway, with Sunday’s grueling prologue. Nys and Vanthourenhout have a respectable finish to start the 8-day event.
The Ritchey Swiss Cross may seem retro to some, but can ride quality outweigh missing market trends of thru axles and huge tire clearance? We test the steel cyclocross bike to find out.