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Going Tubeless for Cyclocross – Avoiding the Burp, Choosing the Best Tires, and a DIY System (Updated, Part III)

Going tubeless for cyclocross is an attractive option for anyone tired of pinch-flatting clinchers or gluing and re-gluing (or flatting) expensive tubulars. Cyclocross Magazine has …

Going Tubeless in Cyclocross – Part I

It’s officially the offseason, and now’s the perfect time to experiment with your equipment and make upgrades before next season. And with the tough economic …

Going Tubeless in Cyclocross – Part II

In our Part II of our series on riding tubeless tires for cyclocross, you’ll learn how to convert your current wheels for tubeless, install sealant, …

Road to Kanza: Mark Symns Readies for the Flint Hills After Some Good Fortune

Mark Symns is headed to the 2019 Dirty Kanza 200 thanks to some good fortune. Now, he has to prepare for the famed 200-mile gravel event.

Cyclogroad Bike: Kevin Bouchard-Hall’s One S-Works CruX to Rule Them All

Kevin Bouchard-Hall has long had a “one bike to rule them all” ethos. His latest is an S-Works CruX he uses for cyclocross, road and gravel. We take a look.

Tubeless Tires Are Rolling to Podiums on the Domestic Professional ‘Cross Landscape

Tubeless tires are having a good year with the Squid, Pivot/Maxxis and Garneau-Easton teams riding them. We look at the how and why of their success.

Challenge Goes Tubeless for Gravel, Adds More Volume to Gravel Tubulars – 2018 Sea Otter

Challenge Tires is going tubeless for the 2019 model year with its Strada Bianca and Gravel Grinder. It is also offering high-volume tubular versions of the Dune and other treads.

In Review: Van Dessel’s Country Road Bob Singlespeed Cyclocross / Gravel Bike is Back

The iconic Van Dessel Country Road Bob singlespeed is back with modern amenities on a classic design. We take a first look at the rebooted cyclocross / gravel bike.

Q and Fn A: Worlds Silver Medalist Katie Compton Answers Readers’ Questions

Readers submitted questions for Katie Compton, and the 2018 Cyclocross Worlds medalist and 14-time national champion answers them in this Q and Fn A. Hear her thoughts on a wide range of topics CXM readers wanted to know about.

Pro Bike Profile: Rebecca Fahringer’s Scott Addict CX Goes Tubeless with Stan’s NoTubes and Maxxis

Rebecca Fahringer is riding the new Scott Addict CX for her Stan’s NoTubes p/b Maxxis team this year. We profiled her bike equipped with Stan’s NoTubes Valor rims and Maxxis tubeless tires at Jingle Cross.

Essential Gear and New Offerings From SKS

While at Magura Ride Camp, we saw some of SKS’ latest offerings. If you’re wondering why SKS’ German-made offerings were on show it’s because Magura USA partners with other German companies for its Press Camp.

Wednesday Wonderings: What’s the Best Tubeless Cyclocross Tire?

Defining the “best” of anything is a difficult, if not impossible task. This is particularly true with cyclocross equipment choices. Still, given the important role tires play in ‘cross we often get asked the question of what the best tire is for a given rider or set of conditions.

New Products on Show at Sea Otter – Ryde Rims, KMC Chains, Kool Stop Pads, Mavic Shoes and Lezyne Tools

It’s not just new bikes, but new products also at the 2016 Sea Otter Classic. here we take a quick look at new rims from Ryde, chains from KMC, brake pads from Kool Stop, tools from Lezyne and shoes from Mavic.

VeloSport Imports New Product Offerings, Part 1 – Brake Force One, German:A and Alchemist Components Aimed at Gravel Lovers

Velosport Imports has an array of new product offerings, some of which we saw at NAHBS this year, and all of which are likely to appeal to the gravel riding and racing crowd.

Mechanical Monday: Cutting through the 15 Myths of Tubeless Tires

Myth One: “Tubeless doesn’t work.” Tubeless is proven for mountain biking and was adapted for cyclocross racing as early as 2006. Though it took some …

Last-Minute Gift Ideas for Cyclists or Cyclocrossers – Gift Guide Part 2

Get it Now: Digital Subscriptions to Cyclocross Magazine Forget traffic, crowds, or waiting for shipping. Give a digital subscription to Cyclocross Magazine to the cyclocrosser or …

Getting Ready for Gravel: My Quest for the Ultimate Dirty Kanza Half Pint Bike

Andrew Vontz is our new gravel-grinder addict and contributing writer, and is prepping for Dirty Kanza Half Pint glory. Today, he’s showing us what exactly …

WTB Gets It, Ignores UCI Rules with New Cross Boss 35c Tubeless Tire

Finally tire companies are starting to get it. We’ve been shouting for years that 99% of clincher and tubeless racers don’t race UCI races, don’t …

WTB’s Cross Wolf Tire Takes a ChrisCross Path to Tubeless – Cyclocross at Interbike 2013

We at Cyclocross Magazine declare 2013 to be the year of cyclocross tubeless tires and wheels. Had a bad experience, or heard it doesn’t work? …

NoTubes Adds Five New Cyclocross Disc Tubeless Wheelsets for 2013/2014 Season

NoTubes revealed new cyclocross disc brake wheelsets and updates to pre-existing wheelsets today at PressCamp, and the wheels themselves will be available by mid-August. Disc …

Never Tired of Tires: More from Challenge, Vittoria and Vee Rubber

by Clifford Lee At Sea Otter a couple weeks ago, we learned of a few developments in the tire department from several companies regarding cyclocross. …

Cyclocross Magazine Editors’ Awards: 2012/2013 Season

As we headed into the off-season after one of the most exciting, ground-breaking seasons to date, for Issue 20, we took a look at the …

Steve Tilford Takes Second World Championships in Master Men 50-54 – Updated: Tilford, Lawrence and Shogren Interviews

LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY – As the sun came out, briefly calming the snow flurries and giving a welcome moment of warmth to the racers, current National Champion …

Hutchinson Expands Cyclocross Tire Line with Tubulars, Mamba Tread – Interbike 2012

France’s Hutchinson SA tire company has been hard at work updating and modifying its cyclocross tire lineup in recent years, and the introductions have been …

Mechanical Monday: It’s All About the Tires

It’s June, so the cyclocross season is less than three months away. That means it’s time to start thinking about what wheels and tires you’ll …

Cyclocross Wheel Review: Revolution Wheelworks Rev-33X Carbon Tubular Wheelset

Most serious cyclocrossers eventually move from clinchers to tubular tires (or tubeless) to take advantage of the faster speeds of low-pressure tires with less pinch …

Tire Review: Clement LAS Semislick Cyclocross Clincher

Clement made its return to tires and cyclocross in 2010 with the new PDX and LAS cyclocross clinchers. PDX, of course, is the airport code for Portland, and LAS the code for Las Vegas. As one might guess, the LAS is designed for gamblers, and the PDX is designed for bike commuters.

Tire Review: Panaracer CrossBlaster Cyclocross Tire

Like the Cinder-X, the CrossBlaster has a versatile tread that does well on all types of terrain, but its narrower width handles grass better than its bigger brother.

Tire Review: Hutchinson Bulldog CX Tubeless Ready Cyclocross Tire Review

n Transitions, the ’cross movie, we witness former pro and former Hutchinson guy Marc Gullickson clipping some of the knobs off his old Hutchinson clincher before a race to get ready for the “peanut butter” mud he expects to encounter. Perhaps the Bulldog is the type of tire he was trying to create at the time.

This Week on Cyclocross Magazine: June 13

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, …

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