Tag archive for ‘newbie’

  • Introducing Our New FAQ Section: Info Every ’Crosser Should Know

    Kaitlin Antonneau Women's Clinic Group Circle by Joe Bellante

    Lately, we’ve been covering the latest tech news, featuring great races, talking summer training and getting in-depth with some great racers. But we realized that with the season coming up quickly, and with cyclocross being the fastest growing field of…

  • Skills and Fitness on the Fritz? Consider a Clinic!

    A scene from a Jeremy Powers' Cyclocross Clinic. (File Photo)

    With so many clinics popping up in early September, we wanted to show this gem off again! Summer: a time to relax, have barbeques, hit the beach, and … get ready for cyclocross season. If you finished last season feeling…

  • How Did I Get Here? A New Column from Josh Schwiesow

    Our newest columnist isn't as much of a newbie as he thinks he is. Photo courtesy of Josh S

    Josh is our newest columnist, and he will be sharing his “noob” perspective with readers in weeks to come. Today, he’s introducing himself and giving us a little insight into life as a new racer. For more “Noob News,” check…

  • Newbie News: Cyclocross Preparedness Will Out-Fox Your Competitors

    Genevieve Whitson warming up at the 2010 Belgian World Cross Cup. Photo Courtesy of Genevieve Whitson

    In the just-released Issue 14, our regular contributors all chipped in with advice for a piece on 25 Things to Do on Raceday (and Robbie Carver threw in his own, more lighthearted, race essentials list, which included such things as…

  • Ten Things About Your Partner: A Column by Lee Waldman

    Lee is ready for Masters Worlds. Photo courtesy of Lee Waldman

    Although the cyclocross season is happily getting incrementally longer every year, it’s still more compact than the road season. For those of us whose passion is cross that’s a good thing. For our partners, who have to suffer through mud filled showers, mud stained towels, abrasions, bruises and the occasional broken collar bone, the season is probably about 8 weeks too long already. Bottom line, if it wasn’t for their patience with our obsessive behavior, their moral support as we spend the majority of our time thinking about, talking about, and racing cross, and their physical presence at the races, racing cross would be much more difficult. So, this column is dedicated to them. [More...]

  • Ask A Pro With National Champ Tim Johnson

    Joining us again for our bi-weekly column, Ask a Pro, is 2009 national cyclocross champion Tim Johnson (Cannondale-Cyclocrossworld.com). If you missed our first reader submitted Q&A session, check it out here. Have a question for Tim? Send it to [email protected]

  • Water Is $2, but the Beer Is Free – A Race Report by Jamie Mack

    by Jamie Mack Race reports here usually involve top riders, UCI points and epic battles. This isn’t one of those. I followed a few of my teammates (Christiana Care Physical Therapy Plus/First State Velo Sport) and Delaware training partners to…

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