Lucas Stierwalt of Maineville, Ohio attended his first Montana Cross Camp in 2017. We spoke with him about the experience and his plans for the CX season.
The versatile go-anywhere Kona Rove line adds two new frames, and three 650b models with the Rove LTD, Rove NRB DL and Rove NRB. We take a look at the new six-bike lineup.
Kona has unveiled its three “Jake” cyclocross models for 2018. The Super Jake, Major Jake and Jake the Snake have revised geometry and updated features.
Each summer Geoff Proctor brings top youth cyclocross talent to Big Sky Country for Montana Cross Camp. We take a look at the camp’s morning workout routine in photos and video.
John Caletti modified his typical cyclocross frameset to suit the trails of Paul Component’s backyard trails in Chico. Our look at this monster cross beauty.
While Mother’s Day has gotten our attention in the past, Father’s Day gets routinely neglected, undeservedly so. Yet Cyclocross Magazine wouldn’t have been started without the long-term, …
All eyes have been on Montana lately. Today we look at a red-white-and-blue creation that should please both parties.
Want a custom steel steed that can do it all? Cameron Falconer did his homework and built a drop bar mountain bike for the trails of Chico and much more. Did he pass the test?
Paul Component Engineering is back with purple anodized CNC machined aluminum bicycle components. But don’t confuse these components to be a sign that the Chico-based company is turning back the clock to the 90s.
Cycling worlds are colliding and Fox’s new 32 Step-Cast AX Adventure Cross suspension fork speeds us further down that path. We test ride the new gravel fork.
A high-end carbon lightweight wheelset just for gravel racing? We were skeptical, and put the Knight Composites 29 Gravel / Race wheels to the test in cyclocross, trail riding and dirt road cruising.
Flared drop bars, fat tires, longer chainstays, low gearing and an occasional dropper post are the hot trends in the bike industry. In 1991, all were available, just under a different label.
Your Wednesday Night Worlds or weekly ‘cross practice seems so like so long ago, but there’s growing research to suggest it should never end…at least for guys.
If you can’t remember the last time you had both an Allen key and your cycling shoes in your hands at the same time, it’s probably time to replace your SPD cleats.
Sharon Sloan lined up for first Nationals in Hartford, crashed in the first turn and finished last. Yet just by lining up for the event, she was already an incredibly lucky winner.
There’s a new mud cyclocross tire in town, and it’s from a UK brand most adult cyclocross racers never think about.
Cyclocross season isn’t over, at least in Northern California. The racing takes advantage of Mother Nature’s recent tears of cyclocross joy and continues for three …
As Wout van Aert rolled around the Cyclocross World Championship course, for the second time in three years, there were questions rolling in about his …
The beautiful duel took a few laps to materialize, but Wout van Aert made the most of his opportunity and luck in a great battle to defend his jersey.
When Jack Kisseberth lines up at the 2017 Cyclocross World Championships in his third season in the sport, by almost anyone’s standards, he’s already won.
Remember when a snowy Cyclocross Nationals in New England brought tire choice debates, forced shoe modifications and brought gear-related drama and a surprise youth winner?
A Telenet-Fidea pairing of Toon Aerts and Tom Meeusen set off to upset the heavy favorite Wout van Aert at the 2017 GP Sven Nys. Would the pre-race polls prove to be accurate?
As we near the start of the 2017 USA Cycling Cyclocross National Championships in Hartford, Connecticut, we’ve got a series of interviews with Nationals racers …
For today’s Throwback Thursday, we’re taking a photo look back at the memorable 2016 Asheville Nationals with some previously unpublished photos we’ve surfaced.
Fans this season have been treated to countless epic races between the last two Elite World Champs—Dutch star Mathieu van der Poel and Belgian star …
Just in time for that young rider on your Crossmas list, we shine the spotlight on our review of the lightweight Islabikes Beinn 20 S, with 20″ wheels and V-brakes that can pull duty as a kid’s geared cyclocross bike, a mountain bike or paved path carver.
Yokozuna helps wrestle your speed with the lightweight closed system Motoko cable-pull hydraulic disc brake, an alternative to the brake heavyweights from Shimano, SRAM and TRP.