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  • Training Tuesday: Building a Base in the Off-Season

    Periodization Training for Cyclocross

    June is here in just a week, and September and racing season are not too far behind. If you haven’t started coming up with a plan for the season, now is the time to start. We have a great article here by USAC Level 2 coach Mike Birner about how to start the season strong by building a good base over the summer. Birner believes that, “Base period should be about building the ‘engine,’” and following his advice will get you one high-horsepower motor!

  • Albert’s Rib Fractured by Spectator, Roubaix World Cup Start in Doubt

    by Josh Liberles The snowy course may have been the key element in the Belgian National Championship this past weekend, but it wasn’t the conditions that sent reigning world champion Niels Albert (BKCP – Powerplus) sprawling. A drunk spectator, whom…

  • New Product Spotlight and Review: ProMax Cantilever Brakes

    by Dr. Clifford Lee Promax is a Taiwanese manufacturer of bicycle components, many of which are Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) on mid-priced bikes. The cantilever brake is their new product in the low profile category.  Though at first glance it…

  • Pro Cyclocross Rumors and Rumblings – November 11, 2009

    A couple important health updates came forward this week, as Sunweb-Projob loses another rider for next weekend and the swine flu hits the cyclocross peloton. Over in the states, a bit of a sponsorship mix up turns some heads, and…

  • Amy Dombroski and Richard Sachs Part Ways

    Amy Dombroski completed her last race in the red and black of Richard Sachs-RGM Watches-Radix today at the Boulder Cup, finishing second. Dombroski and the team mutually agreed to part ways after a disagreement on the mandatory use of a…

  • Kersting and Borem Bloom Brightest at Zipp OVCX Tour’s BloomingCross

    by Amanda McKay October 18, 2009; Bloomington, IN, USA: The Zipp OVCX Tour paused in Bloomington, Indiana for a quick dive through an untraditional mix of fast single-track, multiple bridges, a paved climb and some sloppy field sections, all the…

  • Live Coverage of Day 2 of the Ohio UCI3 Cyclocross Festival

    Who will reign king in the mud? Will Trebon get revenge after his ill-timed flat yesterday? Will Powers repeat? Is Wicks or Parbo ready to contend? Is anyone ready to displace Compton as the ‘cross boss? Tune in today:

  • The Ben Popper Diary is Back: Losing a Bar Fight and Getting Run Over

    by Ben Popper Have you ever had to explain to your boss why you’re coming back from Vegas with a black eye?  Because thank the Belgian gods, it’s fall again, and there’s nothing that gets me bruised in style like…

  • Live Coverage of 2008 Cyclocross World Championships in Treviso – Women’s Race

    Live Coverage of the women’s race: Thirty Eight Women are lined up to start the race, from 12 nations on a sunny day here in Treviso, Italy for the 2008 Cyclocross World Championships. Hanka Kupfernagel of German, 3-time worlds winner,…

  • ‘Cross Goodies in Vegas

    So we’ve heard from many of you that you’re interested in bike technology, especially new equipment and what the pro’s are using, but also what’s affordable and useful for the average rider. So we combed Interbike looking for all things…

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