Tag archive for ‘simon burney’

  • Prepping for the Season: To Run or Not to Run

    Running is an important part of most cyclocross races- so should you train for it? periwinklekog

    It’s the debate of the ages: should you be incorporating running into your cyclocross training program? We run during our races constantly: over the barriers, through the mud, across the beach, up the hill. For a pure cyclist with no running experience, that can be an overwhelming addition to a race.

  • ’Cross Intel: Pete Webber Interviews Bruce Fina and Simon Burney

    Webber reporting live from Worlds.

    Pete Webber contributed a fabulous regular column during Nationals last weekend in Madison, Wisconsin, and he’s continuing to bring us…

  • In The Saddle With Simon Burney: Cyclocross Author, Coach and Manager


    Today, we caught up with Simon Burney, the author of the seminal how to book on cyclocross, Cyclocross Training and Technique, now in its 3rd edition. He is a former professional cyclocross racer and has spent more than twenty years managing professional cyclocross and mountain bike teams, working with some of the top cyclocross racers in the world. Simon served as the Performance Manager for mountain bike at British Cycling and has raced, wrenched, or managed the national team at the Cyclocross World Championships for 28 years. He’s spoken with us before, but since the season is about to stat, we wanted to pick his brain for some tips for our new-to-cyclocross readers and get an idea of what he’s been up to lately.

  • Schlamm Returns to Sponsor CrossVegas 2010

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    UK-based cycle clothing company Schlamm Ltd has joined the growing list of supporters of season-opener CrossVegas returning as the “official…

  • Simon Burney Headlines USGP’s Cyclocross Webinar

    Learn from legendary cyclocross author, coach and Schlamm clothing company founder Simon Burney next week via the USGP’s live cyclocross…

  • A Conversation with Simon Burney

    Simon Burney is the author of the seminal “how to” book on cyclocross, Cyclocross Training and Technique, now in its…

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