Tag archive for ‘editorial’

  • Finding a New Whip: A Column from Josh Schwiesow

    Josh's final decision for his new rig. Josh Schwiesowi

    Josh is our newest columnist, and he will be sharing his “noob” perspective with readers in weeks to come. Today,…

  • The Girl With The Cowbell Tattoo: What Got Me Started

    Dad and I after a triathlon- yeah, my shirt says My Dad Rocks. © Molly Hurford

    byMolly Hurford If you see me at a cyclocross race, road race or triathlon, the odds are good that you’ve…

  • This Week on Cyclocross Magazine: June 13

    by Molly Hurford Want to know what to look for on Cyclocross Magazine this week? Worried you might have missed…

  • This Week on Cyclocross Magazine: June 6

    Want to know what to look for on Cyclocross Magazine this week? Worried you might have missed something last week? Fear not, because we’ve got it all mapped out for you. Every Monday, I’ll be giving you a little preview of what’s in store for the week, and letting you know about some of the great articles that you might have missed last week. If there’s any story you’d like us to cover, any burning question you want answered, or any cool racer you’d like to hear from, let us know!

  • The Girl With The Cowbell Tattoo: No Fear

    Fear sign © Dryhead via Flickr

    This week, we introduced a new feature of the site called Newbie News, which is designed to help new racers learn some of the ins and outs of the greatest sport on earth, confront their fears of race areas like barriers, bunny hopping or dismounts, and to give riders a chance to ask questions that they might have been afraid to ask otherwise. (You know the saying ‘there are no stupid questions’? Yeah, that’s extremely true in cyclocross.) The Newbie feature is hugely important to me, because we’ve all been there. At some point, even Katie Compton was a newbie. And not too long ago, I was seriously new to the sport. I’m still new enough that I’m learning a lot as I post these articles, and it’s my hope that you’ll be learning along with me.

  • This Week on Cyclocross Magazine: May 30

    Vareschi is the team director for the Rutgers University Cycling Team (pictured 2nd from left). © Rutgers University Cycling Team

    Want to know what to look for on Cyclocross Magazine this week? Worried you might have missed something last week? Fear not, because we’ve got it all mapped out for you. Every Monday, I’ll be giving you a little preview of what’s in store for the week, and letting you know about some of the great articles that you might have missed last week. If there’s any story you’d like us to cover, any burning question you want answered, or any cool racer you’d like to hear from, let us know! Leave messages in the comments, find me on the Cowbell Forums or email molly [at] cxmagazine.com.

  • The Girl With The Cowbell Tattoo

    Molly Hurford, the Girl with the Cowbell Tattoo

    Meet Molly Hurford, Cyclocross Magazine’s new Online Editor. Every Tuesday, you can read about her cyclocross and editing exploits in her new column, The Girl with the Cowbell Tattoo. She’ll be looking at the content offered every week and mirroring her training and racing to reflect the advice from the experts … and then sharing how that advice turned out for her!

  • This Week on Cyclocross Magazine

    You run your bikes through the harshest conditions. Are they ready for next season? (Portland Cup USGP file photo) © Joe Sales

    In coming weeks, we’ll be debuting a whole lot of great new features on the website, including quite a few new regular columns. Every Monday, I’ll be giving you a little preview of what’s in store for the week, and letting you know about some of the great articles that you might have missed last week.

  • Tough Mudder: Cyclocross Without the Bike?

    Tough Mudder Bear Creek 2010

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



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