With the increasing popularity of gravel, Lee Waldman discusses our desire to define it and draw lines between between disciplines.
Lee Waldman, like many of us, misses cyclocross racing. He shares his thoughts on pulling the plug for the season despite available racing.
CXM columnist Lee Waldman is back with his newest two-part column about his pandemic perspective on riding. Many of us could benefit from his wisdom.
Lee Waldman shares his experiences leading up to the 2019 Masters Cyclocross Nationals and how he continues to learn and improve as an athlete.
Lee Waldman turns racing age 70 this year, but he is still finding ways to focus on the process of getting better at cyclocross over just results.
Lee Waldman shares why we should focus on the positive from the last cyclocross season to find motivation heading into the offseason in his latest column.
Lining up for the Masters 65-69 race at the 2018 Lousiville Cyclocross Nationals was a process for Lee Waldman. Read his thoughts before and after.
Before heading to Louisville Nationals, columnist Lee Waldman takes stock of lessons learned during the season and hopes for next season.
Getting older makes recovery tougher, but as Lee Waldman sees it, racing cyclocross into your 70s also brings a lot of joy despite the challenges.