In Sunday’s Men’s 17-18 race, Denzel Stephenson (Boulder Junior Cycling) had to overcome a mechanical and a tough battle against Lane Maher to take home the Stars-and-Stripes jersey.
Wisconsinite Isaac Neff (Neff Cycle Service) earns his second Stars-and-Stripes jersey of the weekend winning the Men’s Singlespeed National Title.
Katie Clouse has a successful track record at Cyclocross Nationals, winning her age group title each year since Verona, Wisconsin in 2013. This year was no different.
Melinda McCutcheon (UCI WPT: Visit Dallas DNA Pro Cycling) survives last lap drama to win the 2017 National Women Singlespeed Championship.
David Thompson (CT Cycling Advancement Program) knew even before the race started that the Riverside circuit was “his type of course”.
The Junior 13-14 Men kicked off Saturday’s racing and heated up the chilly morning. Ryan Campbell (Avout Racing) of Colorado jumped out to a fast start.
Chris Drummond has been focused on the National Title since May. That plan paid off today, as he rode to a convincing victory in the Masters 35-39 race.
Isaac Neff from Wisconsin stays calm and uses his snow riding experience to take the victory for the Masters Men 30-34 National Title.
One of the biggest stories of the season is the emergence of Amanda Miller of Boulder Cycle Sport/YogaGlo as a cyclocross star. Zachary Schuster caught up with the racer as we head into Hartford.
Catherine Moore (Trek Cyclocross Collective) is another representative from the Lone Star state who found herself on top of the podium thanks to some special inspiration.
Kimberly Chance heads a strong contingent of Women’s Masters racers from Texas. Chance wins the “Lone” Stars and Stripes jersey.
Despite the cold weather, Avanell Schmitz (Mermaid Winery) did her best to heat up the course during the Baby Masters race.
Sydney Guagliardo (Psimet) broke out to an unexpected lead and kept it all the way to the finish line for the Women’s Masters 35-39 National Title.
The last race of Wednesday’s Nationals slate was highly anticipated as pre-U23 race showdown. Hannah Finchamp won the Women’s Collegiate Varsity title.
The CX Nationals started Day 2 off with the Collegiate Men Club race and Maxx Chance (University of Colorado Boulder) took the win on a cold, muddy course.
One of the biggest stories of the 2016-2017 cyclocross season thus far has been the depth of the Women’s U.S. and European fields and the …
Sanne Cant wins a cold, foggy race beating out Marianne Vos and Thalita de Jong. Full race report, results and photos from Loenhout, Belgium.
Sanne Cant Wins the 2016 Azencross IJsboerke Ladies Trophy. Full results and quick race report.
The 2016 Loenhout DVV Verzekeringen Trofee Azencross race was held in Belgium and Wout van Aert won after a serious crash by Mathieu Van der Poel. Check out our photo gallery and race results.
For three straight times, Van Aert has finished second to Van der Poel. During Monday’s Boxing Day tilt at Heusden-Zolder, Van Aert returned to his early-season form and delivered a knockout blow to earn a European World Cup victory.
Monday’s race at Heusden-Zolder did its part to continue the pattern of enthralling Women’s World Cup finishes. Eight riders went into the bell lap together, setting the stage for a battle among Marianne Vos, Sanne Cant and Katerina Nash and others.
Mathieu Santa Poel and Wout Sant Aert provided all the good girls and boys in ‘Crossville with a Crossmas present at the Hansgrohe Superprestige Diegem …