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  • Keough Repeats for a Fourth Cycle-Smart International Win – UPDATED Report, Full Results, Video Interviews, Gallery

    Men's Podium, Day 2 at Cycle-Smart International. Cyclocross Magazine

    NORTHAMPTON, MASSACHUSETTS – For the fourth straight time, Luke Keough (Keough Cyclocross p/b Champion Systems) took the victory at Cycle-Smart International, winning both days of the race. Dylan McNicholas (Cannondale/Cyclocrossworld.com) also repeated today, taking second spot. Jerome Townsend (Smartstop p/b…

  • Justin Lindine: a Series of Post-Race Interviews with the “Working Man”

    Justin Lindine, the Working Man cyclocrosser, has been tearing it up on the East Coast this season.

    by Molly Hurford This past week, Justin Lindine took the lead in the United State International Cyclocross Calendar’s standings. This shouldn’t come as much of a surprise, since he’s been the top dog in the New England racing scene since…

  • USICX: Lindine Assumes Lead in Men’s Standings

    Lindine taking a corner, passing lapped riders as he rode to victory. Cyclocross Magazine

    The Downeast Cyclocross Day 2 in New Gloucester, Maine, on Sunday, provided ample excitement as the lone race on the United States International Cyclocross Calendar (USICX).

  • Pro Cyclocross Rumors & Rumblings Week of October 14th, 2011

    by Kat Statman The Superprestige has begun, folks, and if you don’t know how important that is, well, the Euro’s know that the only classifications that matter are the Superprestige, GvA Trophy and the World Cup. Nothing else is important….

  • Lindine Takes the Win, Keough Sprints to Second at Providence Day 2 – UPDATED Results, Report, Video, Gallery

    Luke Keough, Justin Lindine, and Derek St. John on the podium at Providence Day 2.

    Justin Lindine, for the second day in a row, soloed to victory in Providence. Behind him, a field sprint for second through fifth ensued, with Luke Keough in second, Dereck St. John in third, Shawn Milne in fourth and Jeremy…

  • Lindine Wins His First UCI C1 Race at Providence – UPDATED Report, Photo Gallery, Results, Video

    McNeely, Lindine and Schempf on the podium at Providence Day 1. Cyclocross Magazine

    Lindine solo-ed to victory for Providence Day 1, the UCI C1 race day. He was followed by Evan McNeely and Weston Schempf in second and third, respectively. The weather was hot and the UCI points went deep on the first…

  • UPDATED Nor’Easter Cross: Wyman and Field Invade Vermont, Take Victories

    Men's Podium: Van Den Bosch, Field and Basin (Lef tot Right). Jeff Bramhall

    With most of the top pros toeing the line at USGP Sun Prairie, it came as a surprise when the fields at Nor’Easter Cross were still stacked with some of the top pros in the US, with a few Euros…

  • Pro Cyclocross Rumors & Rumblings Week of September 23rd, 2011

    The American ’cross season is in full swing with two full weekends and two Wednesday night extravaganzas completed, the European season is just getting underway and now the first USGP is here. It really is ’cross season. Sometimes I don’t believe it’s real. How can the best bike racing season, which we’ve been waiting so long for really be here already? Didn’t we just finish last season? Anyways, onward we go, there is a long winter coming up and lots of rumors to talk about. In this week’s edition: Euro ’Cross is back on TV, start looking for your live feeds, folks. Kevin Pauwels takes a big win for his new team in Erpe-Mere. Zdenek Stybar will be showing off the new Quick Step rainbow stripes in Stribro this weekend. Enrico Franzoi has found a home with the Guerciotti team, he lines up for the first time this weekend in Switzerland. Is it true that Pro ’crossers actually understand the worth of their equipment? At least Tom Meeusen does. Amy Dombroski heads back to her motherland for the season. With a venerable “who’s who” of ’cross lining up in Sun Prairie this weekend, is there really a favorite? Who should we talk about in this week’s Working Man’ Edition? We’ll go with Justin Lindine, Jake Wells, Bryan Fawley, and Chris Sheppard

  • Anthony and Lindine on Top at Green Mountain CX, Day 1

    The podium – Wellons, Anthony and Annis. Todd Prekaski - 20poundskull.com)

    The 2011 Verge New England Cyclo-Cross Series kicked off today at the Catamount Family Center in Williston, Vermont. The traditional kickoff to the New England season, the Green Mountain Cyclocross Weekend tests racers ability to suffer on some of the…

  • In The Saddle With The Working Man’s Pro, Justin Lindine

    The Elite Men's Podium (L to R), Goguen, Lindine, Myerson ©Lodrina Cherne

    When it comes to Northeast cyclocross racing and specifically Northeast-based cyclocross professionals, most think of the usual suspects: Adam Myerson of Cycle-Smart, Jeremy Powers of Rapha-Focus, Tim Johnson of Cyclocrossworld.com/Cannondale, the retired Dan Timmerman (formerly of Richard Sachs), Jamey Driscoll of Cyclocrossworld.com/Cannondale and the list goes on. However, if you attend almost any Northeast UCI level cyclocross race, you will find perennial strong man Justin Lindine mixing it up at the front of the race with the big names in the sport and often finishing on the top of the podium. Recently, Justin took the time to sit down and answer some of my questions regarding his recent move from full time road racer to full-time elite Mountain XC racer, his racing plans for the future and of course, cyclocross.

  • Pro Cyclocross Rumors & Rumblings Week of August 19th, 2011

    It seems like there is always a lot going on in the world of professional bike racing and bike racing in general. We are always prepping for a new season or in the midst of another season. There is almost never a break: ’cross season rolls into road season which rolls into mountain bike season which rolls right back into ’cross season. But it’s that time of year again where we are rolling back into ’cross season, which means more and more ’cross pro rumors and rumblings. Sven Nys has ended his mountain bike season early to prep for ’cross. Tim Johnson and Joshn Huesby are sticking it to the Open Duo Men in Breckenridge. Jeremy Powers heads to Colorado for a little pre-race recon. Ryan Trebon takes on the hardest one day event ever, Rapha Gentleman’s Race. Todd Wells climbs to the sky and beyond. In Memory: Marc Druyts, a Cyclocross Legend. This week’s Working Man’s Edition: Matter vs. Schouten; Lindine heads to the sky.

  • 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.

  • Pro Cyclocross Rumors & Rumblings Week of June 3rd, 2011

    Summer heat is rolling through the country as both the everyday ’cross racer and the pro line up on the weekends and weeknights to build a little bit of extra fitness. September is just around the corner and will be here before you know it. So as we get closer, what are the pro crossers up to?

  • 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.

  • Pro Cyclocross Rumors & Rumblings Week of May 6th, 2011

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

    by Kat Statman Some weeks the ’cross season seems closer and closer, and others it just seems farther away. I’m not sure where this week stands, maybe it’s farther away, but only because there’s a lot of road and mountain…

  • Lindine, Bruno-Roy Head Group of 2010 New England Champions

    The Elite Men's Podium (L to R), Goguen, Lindine, Myerson ©Lodrina Cherne

    13 Regional Champions Crowned on Last Day of New England Season FITCHBURG, MASSACHUSETTS – 13 riders were crowned with the newly-conceived New England Regional Cyclocross Championship this weekend at the friendly confines of Coolidge Park in Fitchburg, MA. The first…

  • Keough and Van Gilder Win Final Round of NECCS, Myerson and Smith Take Overall Titles

    The final round of the 2010 Verge New England Championship Cyclo-Cross Series dawned to seasonably cold temperatures but surprisingly dry conditions. Once again, the series conclusion was held at the NBX GP of ’Cross at Goddard Park in Warwick, Rhode…

  • Powers Takes Second Win at NACT, Smith Outsprints Roy – UPDATED: Photo Galleries Full Report, Full Results

    by Peter Sullivan STERLING, MASS. – Another exciting day of racing at the NACT finals at Sterling, Massachusetts as Powers sealed his overall lead in the series by taking his second win of the weekend. Check back soon for a full report…

  • Cycle-Smart International’s 20th Edition Coming This Weekend

    This weekend, Look Park in Northampton, Massachusetts, will host the 20th annual Cycle-Smart International, rounds 5 and 6 of the Verge New England Championship Cyclo-Cross Series Presented by Cycle-Smart. This year’s edition of the oldest UCI race in North America…

  • Annis Repeats As Myerson Scores First UCI Win in Downeast Day 2

    Today’s fourth round of the Verge New England Championship Cyclo-Cross Series saw the best competition of this year’s series to date. The podiums of three of the marquee races came down to bunch sprints, much to the delight of an…

  • NECCS Resumes in Maine this Weekend with Downeast Cyclocross

    The Verge New England Championship Cyclo-Cross Series presented by Cycle-Smart returns from a few weeks’ break with the Downeast Cyclocross Weekend at scenic Pineland Farms in New Gloucester, Maine. With clear skies expected, a repeat of last year’s mudfest is…

  • Lindine and Miller Weasel Out Wins at the First Night Weasels Cometh

    by Jeffrey Bramhall Shrewsbury, MA. – The Night Weasels Cometh presented by BikeJD.com brought New England racers a truly unique experience under the lights at the Ski Ward in Shrewsbury, Massachusetts. Justin Lindine (bikereg.com/Joe’s Garage/Scott) and Meredith Miller (California Giant/Specialized)…

  • Elliot and Lindine Let Loose At Ellison Park

    Sunday’s Rohrbach’s Ellison Park Cyclocross race in Rochester, NY – the inaugural UCI event produced by Full Moon Vista – saw an Elite women’s grid with a mix of stars and regional riders anxious to tackle what was described by…

  • Lindine, Van Gilder Perform at Inaugural Nor’Easter Festival

    Noreaster festival flyer

    by Jeffrey Bramhall Laura van Gilder (C3-Athletes Serving Athletes) and Justin Lindine (bikereg.com-Joe’s Garage-Scott) powered their way to wins at Nor’easter ’Cross presented by Smartwool and Cycle-Smart this afternoon. This first-year UCI race at Loon Mountain in Lincoln, New Hampshire,…

  • Andrea Smith Wins Day 2 of Green Mountain, Johnson Repeats

    by Jeffrey Bramhall The second race in the Verge New England Championship Cyclo-Cross Series presented by Cycle Smart saw a repeat of Tim Johnson’s (Cannondale-Cyclocrossworld.com) domination while Andrea Smith (Ladies First) took her first-ever UCI win. The Elite Women’s race…

  • Timmerman, McConneloug Tops at NBX Gran Prix – Brief Report and Full Results

    By Jake Sisson Dan Timmerman and Mary McConneloug look like strong favorites to take home their respective Verge New England Cyclocross Championships Series titles after each took home strong victories at day one of the NBX Gran Prix in Warwick,…

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