Tag archive for ‘Cannondale-Cyclocrossworld.com’

  • US Nationals Racer Profiles: Cannondale-Cyclocross World’s Kaitie Antonneau Is Ready For A Title

    Kaitie Antonneau on her way to a second place finish last year at Nationals. © Andrew Yee

    by Cody Sovis If US Nationals already seems like a two-woman battle, don’t forget that the US has depth in the women’s field like never before. While Katie Compton (TREK Cyclocross Collective) is the overwhelming favorite, and Georgia Gould (Luna…

  • Officially Announced: Two-Time National Champion Ryan Trebon Joins Cannondale/Cyclocrossworld.com

    Trebon smiling, post-race. © Jonas Bruffaerts

    It’s been whispered about for months, but today it was made official: Ryan Trebon, formerly racing for LTS-Felt, has announced that he’ll be racing for Cannondale/Cyclocrossworld.com for 2012. After a successful season with some big wins (including several USGP races),…

  • In the Saddle with Cannondale-Cyclocross World’s Jamey Driscoll

    Jamey Driscoll and Chris Jones battled it out in cyclocross, and now find themselves the thick of the action in California. File photo © Joe Sales

    by Molly Hurford Jamey Driscoll is one of the few top cyclocrossers that we haven’t written about in our “In the Saddle” feature until now. After a stellar 2011/2012 season that ended with one victory at Jingle Cross and plenty…

  • Tim Johnson’s Prototype Disc Brake Cannondale SuperX Bike

    It didn't come out often during the season, but Tim Johnson was all disc and all speed on his new prototype bike. ©Pat Malach

    by Josh Liberles Tim Johnson, one of America’s top ’crossers, has had a disc-brake-equipped prototype carbon Cannondale SuperX on board the Cannondale-Cyclocrossworld.com team truck for most of the season, but he’s only busted it out in races recently. It was…

  • Pro Cyclocross Rumors & Rumblings Week of September 30th/October 1st, 2011

    The steel, disc-brake equipped Furley brings steel, disc brakes and one gear to the Raleigh 2012 Cyclocross bike line-up. © Cyclocross Magazine

    by Kat Statman Every year, cyclocross and women get a little closer to equality and Rabobank has helped making that transition again. So I hear that disc brakes are the next thing in cross, but where are they? Niels Albert…

  • Vengeance In Vegas: Powers Versus Johnson

    Vengeance In Vegas: Powers Versus Johnson

    Tim Johnson and Jeremy Powers: teammates no more. Watch these two champions clash for the first time at Cross Vegas wearing opposing colors. Before they meet on the field, they will do battle at the Interbike/PDW Circulus for an exhibition race and press conference.

  • Nicole Duke Signs with Cannondale-Cyclocrossworld.com

    Nicole Duke at the National Championships in Bend. ©Tim Westmore

    When we recently posted that Christian Heule had joined the Cannondale-Cyclocrossworld.com crew, we also mentioned that Stu Thorne, who runs the team and owns Cyclocrossworld.com, alluded to the possibility of signing another woman to join Kaitlin Antonneau. Well, we’ve just…

  • Pro Cyclocross Rumors & Rumblings Week of July 29th, 2011

    Ian Field: a solid racer on both sides of the pond.

    We’re just over a month away from the opening race of the American UCI ’cross season, Nittany Lion Cross and it’s sounding like things are heating up in the world of pro cyclocross. Cannondale–Cyclocrossworld.com announced the signing of Christian Heule for the 2011 season. Katie Compton won the Steamboat Springs Stinger. Bart Wellens, Sven Nys, Niels Albert, Sven Vantourenhout, Tom Meeusen, Rob Peeters and Ben Berden race with motocrossers for charity.

  • Pro Cyclocross Rumors & Rumblings Week of June 17th, 2011

    Logan Owen comes to the line with his teammate

    The middle of summer is quickly approaching. Molly Cameron has an FMB tire order ready to go out. Challenge and FMB are releasing new mud treads to challenge the famed Dugast Rhino. New disc ready bikes are hitting the tech news pages. So, with all that happening, where are the pros? Amy Dombroski is on her way to Italy for Marathon Cross-Country Worlds. Katie Compton hangs up the knobbies for a night. Stybar as Boonen’s lead out man? Putting two and two together for the new Cannondale–Cyclocrossworld.com rider. 2011 Blitz to the Barrel attracts ’cross stars. Tom Meeusen knocks off two mountain bike specialists. In this week’s Working Man’s Edition: Brady Kappius takes on the Rocky Mountain Ultra Endurance Series and Logan Owen is destroying the Washington state road races.

  • Pro Cyclocross Rumors and Rumblings Week of June 10th, 2011

    Weeknight racing, long weekend road and mountain bike rides, maybe even a mountain bike race or a road race: these are all the little things we try and do to get our “cyclocross fix,” but it’s not the same. There is no substitute for the gasping breaths, the burning legs, the cross-eyed attempts at clearing the sand pit or the barriers. But we try to capture the feeling with our substitute races and by seeing what is happening in the world of pro cyclocross racers.

  • Chris Jones Talks Rapha-Focus, Powers, and the 2011 Cyclocross Season

    Chris Jones talks cyclocross and Tour of California at the Rapha Cycle Club in San Francisco. © Cyclocross Magazine

    Rapha-Focus recently announced that this Fall, Jeremy Powers would be joining their team for cyclocross, adding to the powerful duo of Chris Jones and U23 Zach McDonald.  Jones sat down to chat with Cyclocross Magazine at the Rapha Cycle Club…

  • Pro Bike Profile: Kaitlin Antonneau’s Cannondale SuperX Cyclocross Bike

    Our latest issue of our print magazine, Issue 12, is finally a wrap, and Cyclocross Magazine print magazine subscribers will enjoy another 108-page, content-packed magazine for a well-timed off-season cyclocross fix (and a faster pace of issues in the fall)….

  • Crossin’ For A Cause – Movie Night To Raise Funds For Cancer Research

    Lenore Pipes races for more than the fun of it. © Eloy Anzola

    Outside of the bike industry, there aren’t many people that race for the benefit of their employers, and even less that can do it as a contribution to the greater good.  Lenore Pipes, a researcher with the Riethman Laboratory at…

  • JPow, Cannondale-CyclocrossWorld.com Racers Dominate – on the Road

    Jeremy Powers in full roadie regalia. Via Flickr by smthcriminal29

    by Josh Liberles When Jeremy Powers (Jelly Belly) crossed the finish line in today’s Mad River road race, the queen stage of the Green Mountain Stage Race, he was in second place, just seven seconds behind race winner David Veilleux…

  • Chicago ’Cross Clinic Features Jeremy Powers

    Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT) is hosting its third annual Cyclocross clinic August 15th, located on IIT’s Main Campus on the Southside of Chicago. Just in time to get prepped for the Chicago cyclocross scene, or USGP/UCI races if your…

  • USGP Heading to Colorado?

    Ryan Tebon cruises to victory at the Mercer Cup USGP. © Tom Olesnevich

    The cyclocross rumor mills have been buzzing about a big race headed to Fort Collins, Colorado, but we at Cyclocross Magazine couldn’t figure out what all the hub-bub was about. Until yesterday. Although nothing has been formerly announced yet and…

  • Rider Interview: JPow Discusses His Tour of California, Upcoming ’Cross Goals

    by Josh Liberles Jeremy Powers, who races for Cannondale-Cyclocrossworld.com during the “real” season, just finished up an impressive eight days of racing with his Jelly Belly road squad. As we at Cyclocross Magazine documented in our Tour of California CX…



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