This Week on Cyclocross Magazine: June 13

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by Molly Hurford

Want to know what to look for on Cyclocross Magazine this week? Worried you might have missed something last week? Fear not, because we’ve got it all mapped out for you. Every Monday, we have a preview of what’s in store for the week, and we’ll let  you know about some of the great articles that you might have missed last week. If there’s any story you’d like us to cover, any burning question you want answered, or any cool racer you’d like to hear from, let us know! Leave messages in the comments, find me on the Cowbell Forums or email molly [at] cxmagazine.com.

Keep Your Eyes Peeled This Week For:

  • Newbie News: Make Your Own PVC Barriers! (It takes about 15 minutes.)

    Rutgers Cycling tries out the PVC barriers we built for the Newbie News How To piece. © Molly Hurford

    Rutgers Cycling tries out the PVC barriers we built for the Newbie News How To piece. © Molly Hurford

  • Collegiate Chronicles: Mark Vareschi comes back to talk about how you can take the Rutgers Cycling model of team-building and use it to your advantage
  • In the Saddle with … this U23 racer is a two-time National champion and has been racing for 15 years. Feel free to take a guess below in the comments!
  • The Girl With The Cowbell Tattoo: looking back, I think about the person who’s helped me develop in this sport the most.
  • Rumors and Rumblings: Kat Statman filled us in on what’s going on in the world of pro cyclocross.
  • Lee Waldman returns with musings on how he stays motivated to race and ride his cyclocross bike.
  • Father’s Day Special!

You May Have Missed:

 

 

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