Tag archive for ‘Jesse Anthony’

  • British Invasion Continues at Midnight Ride of Cyclocross: Video, Report

    Anthony and Field led for the first laps of the race. Russ Campbell

    The New England Holy Week of Cyclocross has begun! The kickoff event, Midnight Ride Cyclocross hosted by the Minuteman Road Club at the Lancaster Fairgrounds in Lancaster, Massachusetts brought out almost 400 racers for a fantastic event complete with some…

  • Jesse Anthony to Retire from Cyclocross

    Jesse Anthony is racing his last race at Gloucester this season.

    As many of you know, Jesse Anthony has announced that after Gloucester’s race this year, he will be retiring from cyclocross to pursue road racing as his main sport. After the summer he’s had, we can’t say that we blame him, as he’s had some amazing finishes and wins, winning Nature Valley overall to name just one. But we will miss him in cyclocross. Issue 15 will include a reflective piece from Anthony as well as a look back at his superlative cyclocross career.

  • Pro Cyclocross Rumors & Rumblings Week of August 12th, 2011

    Daphny van den Brand - File Photo

    Wow, mid August is upon us and that can only mean one thing, pulling out the practice barriers, heading to the local park and getting our hup on! With that, Jesse Anthony has certainly been getting his HUP on at the Tour of Utah, can he take the points jersey? Johnson and Wells head high to attempt to race 100 miles above 10,000 feet. Amy Dombroski has been productive and looks to be on track with her ’cross program. Daphny Van Den Brand has announced her retirement after the 2011–2012 racing season, can she do the triple? In this week’s working man’s edition: Tristan Schouten and Brian Matter head to the first round of the Midwest Triple Crown, The Ore to Shore.

  • Pro Cyclocross Rumors & Rumblings Week of July 1st, 2011

    Luke Keough relaxes during a mid-ride ice cream break. © Molly Hurford

    We wanted to bring you some of the latest news from the cyclocross front, as road season for ‘crossers has kicked into high gear lately. With Luke Keough dominating the USA Crits series, Team Mountain Khakis, managed by Adam Myerson, is ramping up their season. However, the Keoughs aren’t the only cross racers in the series. Kathy Sherwin wins the Utah State Championship race. Bart Wellens had a super-long solo escape in the Belgian road championship that lotsa folks were talking about. Arnaud Jouffroy just won a mountain bike race, what will this mean for his ‘cross season? Nature Valley is over, how did the many crossers fare? And of course, the Tour De France starts tomorrow, which crossers will be lining up? NBC Tour de France All Access Discount Code?

  • Amgen Tour of California: Stage 7, Cyclocross Style

    Vermonter Jamey Driscoll during cyclocross here, and now sitting 49th in the Amgen Tour of California.

    Only today’s stage is left in the Amgen Tour of California. With our dwindling group of cyclocrossers down to only six, who will be the winner in our unofficial cyclocross-style Tour of California? The 75.8 mile Stage 7 was won…

  • Amgen Tour of California: Stage 6, Cyclocross Style

    Alex Candelario after a cyclocross win here, is now sitting 53rd in the Amgen Tour of California.

    As the Amgen Tour of California begins to wind down, with only a weekend of racing to go, riders are beginning to make their moves and prepare for the last stage on Sunday. Even the racer’s tweets about the Tour…

  • Pro Cyclocross Rumors & Rumblings Week of May 20th, 2011

    It’s time to really start thinking about ’cross season, maybe even starting to glue up some tires if you haven’t already. Now that it’s that time of the year again, heading out and pinning, or zip-tying, numbers up is probably a good idea. The Pro racers have that in mind too as they’re out getting the race miles in to prepare for a strong ’cross season.

    This week, the Tour of California is being absolutely dominated by ’cross riders, with Jamey Driscoll, Jesse Anthony, Jeremy Powers, Lars Boom and Ben Jacques-Maynes all making appearances at the front of the race. [See some of our race coverage of Stage 2, Stage 3 and Stage 4.] Sven Nys is on his way to his second Olympic games after a second place finish to Julien Absalon. John Gadret came oh-so-close last week to a stage win at the Giro, but clearly that wasn’t good enough for the Frenchmen, as he sealed the deal this week with a Stage 11 win. Is Kaitlin Antonneau making a switch to the mountain bike? Rumors are brewing that the USGP may make a stop in Bend, OR. This week’s Working Man’s Edition takes another look at Justin Lindine as he heads to Canada for the Coupe de Quebeque and Spencer Paxson as he crosses the pond for the Dalby Forest World Cup.

  • Amgen Tour of California: Stage 5, Cyclocross Style

    Here, Jones races at Bend. This week, he's moving up the rankings in the Amgen Tour of California.

    In Stage 5 of the Amgen Tour of California, racers covered 135 miles and climbed nearly 10,000 ft. After the long haul, Jeremy Powers tweeted that, “what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger!”  Lars Boom echoed the sentiment on his…

  • Amgen Tour of California: Stage 4, Cyclocross Style (and a Bit of Giro)

    Here, Lars Boom goes hard during a cyclocross race in 2011.  © Bart Hazen

    Stage 4 of the Amgen Tour of California saw some of the first King of the Mountain climbs, and cyclocross racer Lars Boom (Rabobank) emerged as the first King of the Mountain. (Read about how Lars Boom made a cyclocross…

  • Amgen Tour of California: Stage 3, Cyclocross Style

    Tyler Wren and Danny Summerhill struggled though the heat at Krosstoberfest 2010 © Kenneth Kill, Light & Shadows

    With rain and a strong headwind, Stage 3 of the Amgen Tour of California had perfect conditions for our cyclocross contingent to shine. Stage 4, which riders will face later today, will feature some of the Tour’s major climbs, and…

  • Amgen Tour of California: Stage 2, Cyclocross Style

    As Stage 2 in the Amgen Tour of California came to an end yesterday, there was a herd of cyclocross racers, including Andy Jacques-Maynes, Chris Jones, Jeremy Powers, Jesse Anthony and Lars Boom within 21 to 25 seconds of race…

  • Pro Cyclocross Rumors & Rumblings Week of April 15th, 2011

    by Kat Statman Week in, week out, there’s racing to be had around the world where we can catch up on what ’crossers do in their spare time. So here it is this week. Marianne Vos continues to show that she…

  • Cyclocross Cup Planned in the North American Road Calendar?

    Many cyclocrossers and fans have attempted to recognize the results of cyclocrossers as they attempt to battle pavement specialists. We did so during last year’s Amgen Tour of California.  Now it appears that the UCI will finally officially do so….

  • Pro Cyclocross Rumors & Rumblings Week of April 1st, 2011

    by Kat Statman Sometimes it’s really hard to remember that we live and die for cyclocross, especially during the spring classics season, but Greg Keller and Molly Cameron do a pretty good job of reminding us on twitter. As we…

  • Van Gilder Inserts Exclamation Point, Anthony Nips Scherz in a Sprint in Granogue Day 2

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    by Jamie Mack Earlier this season, Charm City Cycling set a new standard for events in the mid-Atlantic region. C3 Director Kris Auer commented that he saw race promotion as a good-natured competition, and by stepping up his event he…

  • Van Gilder and Anthony Take Day One of Granogue Weekend – UPDATED: Photos

    by Mark Vanderbacon To celebrate the 10th edition of what has been called the toughest ’cross race in North America, the Delaware Cyclocross Coalition of Delaware (DCCoD) changed this year’s Granogue Cyclocross, part of the Champion System MAC Series,  to…

  • Cal Giant Berry Farm’s Crop Preps for New Season

    Presenting the cyclocross lineup © Cal Giant Cycling

    The California Giant Berry Farms cycling team has garnered a wardrobe full of national championship jerseys over the years – both on the road and in cyclocross. The team, founded in 2001 by Anthony Gallino, who also happens to be…

  • Salem, Massachusetts, Offers Cyclocross Camp

    Junior development is an important aspect of all cycling disciplines. As ’cross becomes more popular, the need to develop the youth of the sport will become vital to future success on the world stage. Programs across the country are embracing…

  • Johnson, Anthony, Mannion Rule Beverly Gran Prix Criterium Podium – UDPATED Report, Photos

    by Josh Liberles The top 20 of the second annual Beverly Gran Prix Criterium reads like a who’s who of New England cyclocross. When reigning national cyclocross champion Tim Johnson bridged to Jesse Anthony and Gavin Mannion, a cyclocrossers’ sweep…

  • Trebon Improves at Cascade, Decker Plays at XGames

    Trebon leads page early in the race. by Joe Sales

    by Robbie Carver “Only managed 30th in the TT on my road bike…” tweeted Ryan Trebon about his performance in the Cascade Classic Time Trial. We’d like to suggest that only 30th place without aero equipment against some of the…

  • Beverly, Mass. Brings Gran Prix Criterium with Special Cyclocrossers Competition

    by Josh Liberles Short circuits, intense efforts, handling skills and plenty of accelerations. The similarities between criteriums and cyclocross races have always run deep, but the Gran Prix of Beverly, scheduled for August 4th, takes it one step further: Anyone…

  • Eavesdropping on the US ’Cross Scene – Spring 2010 Update

    Danny Summerhill more than holding his own in the Gila crit. Via flickr by Trillion photos.

    by Josh Liberles We at Cyclocross Magazine are not above listening in on Tweets and scavenging through riders’ blogs to find out what they’ve been up to for your reading pleasure. Here’s some of what we’ve overheard: While the top…

  • Pro Cyclocross Rumors and Rumblings – March 11, 2010

    While the glow of the 2010 cyclocross season has not yet faded, most of cyclocross’ elite have settled into their off-season road careers. None have settled in faster than Lars Boom, who achieved a major milestone in his road career…

  • Jesse Anthony Reflects on His Season

    by Jesse Anthony The 2009 cyclocross season is completed, and I am taking the next few weeks to digest everything that’s happened this year.  My mission this fall was to ride as hard as I could in every race, train…

  • Pro Bike Profile: Jesse Anthony’s Jamis Supernova

    by Jamie Mack Seven-time cyclocross National Champion Jesse Anthony is living the ‘cross dream.  After rising through the ranks as a junior and espoir, the now 24-year-old Anthony spends the year traveling to races that many of us can only…



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