A lot is happening in the cyclocross community. Ellen Noble takes a break, Tom Pidcock is back, Wout van Aert is sick, CX Fever skips Pan Ams but catches on in Mexico!
See what some of the top women in cyclocross are up to.
Cyclocross is heating up in Europe, with the World Cup about to begin, a rivalry about to renew, and North Americans lining up.
This week’s Rumors & Rumblings: Marianne Vos’ bittersweet silver, a big update on Ethias Cross, and a check-up on Cyclocross Worlds medalist at Le Tour.
The week has been a big one for cyclocrossers. Annemarie Worst gave us an update on her injury, Wout Wows again, the Van der Poels podium and much more!
A high-altitude ski trip, new bike, talk show appearances and a double rainbow sighting. Such is the life of the 2020 Cyclocross World Champs. See how they’re celebrating.
The new year means new cyclocross teams and equipment sponsors in European cyclocross. We have a rundown of transfers and new team sponsors.
Cyclocrossers across the world participated in their countries’ 2019 road race nationals. We have a run-down of notable results.
Cyclocrossers traded their knobby tires for aero bars and road tires and took home medals in the Junior and U23 races at the 2019 Amateur Road Nationals.
#crossiscoming and that means new teams, sponsors and equipment for North American cyclocross teams. We look at some moves in this Rumors and Rumblings.
The Women’s WorldTour is at the EVO Energy Tour in Great Britain, and the domestic crit scene was at Tulsa Tough. We look at cyclocrosser standout results.
Just like cyclocross season, the Dutch dominance continued on the road over the weekend, with Marianne Vos and Mathieu van der Poel in starring roles.
Last year, cyclocross fans had an extra excuse to watch the Spring Classics, as Wout van Aert (Cibel – Cebon OffRoad Team) raced a number …
Zdenek Stybar and Jolanda Neff are returning to cyclocross for the 2018 Kerstperiode. Pauline Ferrand-Prevot’s return is uncertain due to injury.
Stephen Hyde, Courtenay McFadden, Jeremy Power, Spencer Petrov and Drew Dillman have missed races due to illness and injury. We wish them a quick recovery.
Cyclocrossers made their mark on the 2018 European Mountain Bike and Road Championships in Glasgow, Scotland. Find out how the top ‘crossers fared.
Gage Hecht and Katie Clouse led cyclocrossers at the 2018 U23/Junior Road Nationals in Maryland. We have a run-down of how ‘cross stars fared on the road.
Cyclocrossers starred at their 2018 XCO Mountain Bike Nationals. We have a run-down of the top results from Nationals and the BC Bike Race.
Mathieu van der Poel won Dutch Road Nats with an impressive move, Marianne Vos took third, Ellen Noble dominated NE Crit Week and much more.
Coryn Rivera won her first Elite U.S. Road Nationals, Emma White won three U23 titles, Gage Hecht crushed the time trial and more in Rumors & Rumblings.
Adam Myerson won another Masters National Championship, Women race for free at Deschutes GO Cross, Rivera and Vos battle on the road and much more.
DCCX and Charm City are forming a CX mini-series, Gomez Villafane stars in Missoula, Tulsa Tough criteriums and news about Van Aert and Van der Poel.
Laura Van Gilder set a record, Lily Williams won again, Tobin Ortenblad is back, Richey and Van den Ham ready for DK200 and more in Rumors & Rumblings.
Racing is heating up. Katie Compton is heading to California, Craig Richey got a gravel win, Maghalie Rochette won the Utah XCO, Eric Brunner won Collegiate Road Nats and more.
Lily Williams, Peta Mullens starred on the road in AL; Christopher Blevins, Erin Huck shredded in CA; Langvad and Courtney were epic at Cape Epic and more in Rumors & Rumblings.
In this Rumors & Rumblings, Stephen Hyde pops the big question, Kaitie Keogh readies for the Dirty Kanza 200, Kerry Werner is back with Kona and Wout van Aert races at Omloop Het Nieuwsblad.
Worlds silver medalists Klaas Vantornout and Rob Peeters will be racing their last races at the 2018 Sluitingsprijs Oostmalle on Sunday, February 25.
At the 2018 Cyclocross World Championships, Wout van Aert said he is looking forward to the Paris Roubaix Spring Classic and another season of cyclocross.
Flats at the 2018 Cyclocross World Championships were less common than 2017, but Laurens Sweeck still suffered five to deflate his podium hopes. We take a look at his rough day.
Richard Groenendaal and Erwin Vervecken discuss the 2018 Cyclocross World Championships and Niels Albert talks about Wout van Aert’s chances in this Belgian news run-down edition of Rumors & Rumblings.