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Technique Tuesday: Learn to Slip and Slide by Riding in the Snow this Winter

Embracing the winter wonderland and riding in the snow can help improve your bike handling and beat the winter blues with these snow ‘cross ideas.

Technique Tuesday: Living Life in the Passing Lane, the Right Way

This week’s column from Chris Mayhew of JBV Coaching focuses more on technique, philosophy and etiquette rather than training, especially if you enjoy life in the fast …

Technique Tuesday: Adam Myerson on Peaking for Cyclocross Nationals

“Increased fitness from training is useless if it comes with increased fatigue as its price when you’re close to your goal event. Going into nationals, err on the side of rest to make sure you can put out a maximal effort on race day. Underfit and fresh is always better than fit and fatigued.”

Technique Tuesday: Tackling Descents in Cyclocross

Originally appearing in Cyclocross Magazine Issue 30, this week’s Technique Tuesday provides a detailed view about how to descend like a pro on the cyclocross …

Technique Tuesday: Adam Myerson’s Guide to Warming Up for Cyclocross

When we took a closer look at cyclocross traditions, between the Elite racers we interviewed it was unanimous that warming up before your race is …

Technique Tuesday: Take to the Skies – a Quick Guide to Bunny Hopping Your Cyclocross Bike

Have you read our Technique Tuesday about how to correctly carry your bike? Looking for a new challenge? Want to impress your friends, spectators and …

Technique Tuesday: The Do’s and Don’ts of Recovery for Cyclocross Racing

Cyclocross season is in full swing, and if you’re anything like us, your race schedule and your off-the-bike responsibilites have you running around at a …

Technique Tuesday: Adam Myerson’s Tips on How to Carry Your Bike Correctly

Our last Technique Tuesday featured Adam Myerson giving cyclocross racers the ins and outs of getting off their bikes. His tips on when, how and …

Technique Tuesday: Myerson’s When, Why and How to Dismount in Cyclocross

In our last Technique Tuesday, we examined remounting of the bicycle, and the best ways to eliminate a stutter-step that can cost big placements in …

Technique Tuesdays: Eliminating the Stutter-Step in Cyclocross Remounts

Get faster in cyclocross by eliminating the stutter step in your remount. Tips, photos and video on how to remount your bike without the double tap.

Technique Tuesday: Myerson Examines Power, Stability and Confidence in the Mud

Last week, Adam Myerson demystified interval training and looked at which blocks were ideal for cyclocross athletes. But if cyclocross was only about the work that’s put into …

Technique Tuesday: Adam Myerson’s Major Training Intervals for Cyclocross

Sprints If you think about ’cross in terms of constantly varying power outputs at a steady threshold heart rate, then try to think about what …

Technique Tuesday: Myerson On Training for the Cyclocross Run

  Last Monday, Adam Myerson examined tire and pressure choices for cyclocross conditions. Today, he goes back to the technique side of things, and looks at …

Technique Tuesday: Allen Krughoff Gets to the Core of Cyclocross

Half-kneeling single arm rotations This is a mobility workout to open up the core muscles on the front of your body, which often get tight …

Technique Tuesday: Techniques Start with a Proper Fit for Cyclocross

Cyclocross is a sport based in technique, and while much of technique is based around handling and body position, both of those factors are determined …

Technique Tuesday: Adam Myerson Explains “Where it All Starts” for Cyclocross

Cyclocross is nearly here, and the UCI races begin a month from now. Last week, Adam Myerson laid out the perfect training week for cyclocross. For today’s …

Want to Sprint for Success? Adam Myerson explains for Technique Tuesday

Last week for Technique Tuesday, Adam Myerson explained some of the bad scenarios that arise from over-training, and showed approaches riders can take once they’ve …

Sick and Tired of Training? Adam Myerson Responds for Technique Tuesday

Last week, Adam Myerson explained why riders shouldn’t fear a mid-season break, and examines what the body should feel like during the time off. This …

Technique Tuesday: Adam Myerson on Using Vacation to Your Advantage

Last week for Technique Tuesday,  Adam Myerson examined the steps involved with handling multi-race weekend during the weekend. Week after punishing week, however, can leave your legs …

Technique Tuesday: Amanda Nauman on Training, Nutrition and Hydration for a 200 Mile Gravel Race

During the 2015 Dirty Kanza 200, Amanda Nauman, a cyclocrosser from Southern California, was able to adapt her training and not only take on one …

Technique Tuesday: Swapping the Cycles in Long-Term Weekend Training

Last week for Technique Tuesday,  Adam Myerson examined the steps involved with handling multi-race weekend during the weekend. Whether you are racing in the off-season on the …

Technique Tuesday: Adam Myerson on Handling Multi-Race Weekends

Last week for Technique Tuesday,  Adam Myerson planned out the steps that riders should take when opening up for a race weekend. While gravel racers often …

Technique Tuesday: Adam Myerson on Opening Up for Weekend Racing

Last month, Adam Myerson explained the value in training for your weaknesses, but racing to your strengths. But how do you know when training and …

Technique Tuesday: Adam Myerson on Not Cracking Under the Stress of Traveling

Traveling to gravel events and cyclocross races on one’s bucket list can mean a long drive or flight to reach a destination. Especially when these …

Technique Tuesday: Mo Bruno Roy On Both Warming-Up and Unwinding After a Tough Race

Sphinx Pose Begin by lying face-down on the floor with your legs extended behind you, hip-width apart. Keep your arms at your sides and your …

Technique Tuesday: Adam Myerson on Training Weaknesses and Racing Strengths

Racing in the off-season? You’re not alone.  In an earlier post, Adam Myerson acknowledged the value of training races, but only if actually used as training races. However, let’s say …

Technique Tuesday: Adam Myerson on Remembering the “Training” in a Training Race

Earlier in the season, one of our contributors, Michael van den Ham, asked coaches whether it was better to race off-road or on the road during …

Technique Tuesday: Should You Be Stretching More? — Issue 23 Sneak Peek

Those of you who have been following our Technique Tuesdays may be already committed to gravel or road racing during the season. Others may be beginning to train for running …

Technique Tuesday: Adam Myerson On Warming Up Differently for Different Events

  Perhaps you have your ideal pre-race routine dialed in for cyclocross, but come road race or gravel season, you’re left feeling spent by the …

Technique Tuesday: Should Cyclocrossers Spend Their Summer On or Off the Road?

Several weeks ago, Michael van den Ham talked to Cycle-Smart’s Shaun Adamson and Elliston Coaching’s Bill Elliston about whether or not dedicated cyclocross athletes should be racing …

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