Tag archive for ‘packing’

  • Packing for Nationals – Cold Weather Expert Steve Tilford Gives Advice

    Don't be this guy. Cold hands can cause damage that lasts a lifetime. © Cyclocross Magazine

    Not used to riding and racing cyclocross in the cold? Or want to make sure your national championships is stress-free and that you’re completely equipped? We talked with cyclocross legend and almost constant-national champion, Kansas’ Steve Tilford for his advice…

  • 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…

  • Cyclocross Race Prep: Packing!

    Throwing it all together, trying to make it look neat! © Josh Liberles

    by Josh Liberles Cyclocross races are short, ranging from 30 minutes to an hour depending on category, yet they require the most equipment prep of any bike racing discipline. Part of that relates to the time of year and the…

  • Countdown to Nationals – A Packing List When You’ve Given Up

    This is part of an ongoing series of national championships-related articles to get you ready for KC as a racer or spectator. You can view the rest of the series articles here. How to pack when you’ve given up by…

  • Countdown to Nationals: Packing to Win

    This is part of an ongoing series of national championships-related articles to get you ready for KC as a racer or spectator. You can view the rest of the series articles here. Gear to Keep You in the Clear by…



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