Day 1 of the 2018 Rochester Cyclocross saw a fast day of racing from the men. See results to find out who emerged on top of the UCI C1 race.
Saturday marked the first UCI C1 race of the 2018 season at Rochester Cyclocross. Find out who started the season strong with full results from New York.
Revin Cycling has made a big splash since it launched in 2017. We take a first look at its G21 Pro tubeless clincher wheelset designed for gravel grinding.
Michigan’s MICX series has six cyclocross races spread across the Lower Peninsula of Michigan in 2018. Learn more about this year’s schedule.
Thursday was the second stop of the 2018 Qiansen Trophy in FengFeng, China. Find out who reached the podium with results from the racing.
The 2018 Rochester Cyclocross in New York provides a chance for athletes to chase C1 points before the U.S. World Cups. See who will be racing.
Tim Johnson was recently hired as the USA Cycling Foundation’s Development Director. We talk with the cyclocross legend about his new position.
The 2018/19 season-opening cyclocross weekend wrapped up with Day 2 of GO Cross in Roanoke, Virginia. See full results for the UCI races.
The first of the two 2018 Qiansen Trophy rounds took place on Sunday in Aohan. See results from the race that featured an international field.
2018/19 UCI cyclocross racing kicked off in Australia at the Melbourne Grand Prix of Cyclocross. Relive the action with this photo gallery.
Kerry Werner and Caroline Mani returned to their winning ways with UCI C2 win at the 2018 Go Cross Day 1. See how it went down in Roanoke.
Kerry Werner and Caroline Mani opened the 2018 Cyclocross season with UCI C2 wins. See how your favorite racer did at GoCross Day 1 in Roanoke, Virginia.
A live stream of Round 1 of the 2018 Qiansen Trophy in China appears to be available. Get more on how to watch the racing.
Junior cyclocrossers got to learn about cyclocross development and get noticed at the 2018 USAC Talent ID camp in California. Learn more about the camp.
China’s Qiansen Trophy is back for year six of cyclocross racing in 2018. See who’s racing from the U.S. and across the globe with start lists.
We take a first look at the 2019 CruX carbon and E5 alloy line of cyclocross bikes from Specialized. See what’s changed for 2019.
Virginia’s Blue Ridge GO Cross p/b Deschutes Brewery kicks off the 2018 U.S. UCI cyclocross calendar. See who’s racing with start lists.
Rebecca Fahringer joins Kerry Werner on the Kona Maxxis Shimano Cyclocross Team for the 2018/19 season. Learn more about the new name and look for the team.
The 2018/19 UCI cyclocross calendar kicked off in Australia at the Fields of Joy CX. See results from the weekend of international cyclocross racing.
Marianne Vos is racing a full season of cyclocross in 2018/19. She starts her season in the U.S. at World Cup Waterloo and Jingle Cross.
Cannondale adds to its gravel/adventure collection with the new alloy Topstone. We take a first look at the new adventure-ready bike from Cannondale.
Nebraska’s gravel roads provided a beautiful backdrop during the 2018 Gravel Worlds. This photo gallery from Robert Clark captures the gravel beauty.
Virginia’s Blue Ridge GO Cross p/b Deschutes Brewery kicks off the 2018 UCI cyclocross calendar. Learn more about the race from race director Wes Best.
Roanoke, Virginia’s GO Cross kicks off the 2018 U.S. UCI calendar on Sept. 1 and 2. Learn more about the race and a special opportunity for women racers.
Women gravel races took to the gravel seas outside Lincoln, Nebraska for the 2018 Gravel Worlds. See results from the annual 150-mile race.
Riders hit the gravel roads outside Lincoln, Nebraska for the 2018 Gravel Worlds p/b Lauf True Grit. See results for the annual 150-mile race.
Iowa’s 24 Hours of Cumming challenges riders to four 100K loops around Cumming. Learn more about the race and who survived the challenge in 2018.
Vittoria and the Cannondale p/b CyclocrossWorld team have announced a two-year tire sponsorship partnership for cyclocross and gravel.
The Garneau-Easton p/b TLC and Trek Factory Racing cyclocross teams have expanded their rosters for the 2018/19 season with several talented young riders.