interviews, profiles and diaries
Corey Coogan Cisek wraps up her final European races and chronicles the final, giant barriers on her race back home in her latest journal.
Living legend Katie Compton heads into Saturday’s World Championships knowing it’s her last Worlds in Europe. We caught up with the champ.
Corey Coogan Cisek is back with Part Two of her behind-the-scenes report of the “Kerstperiode,” an intense period of cyclocross racing during the holidays. Come along for the ride!
Belgium-based cyclocross racer Corey Coogan Cisek is back with a behind-the-scenes report of the “Kerstperiode,” an intense period of cyclocross racing during the holidays. Come along for the ride!
For Training Tuesday, Corey Coogan Cisek is back with another Ask-the-Pro entry that reveals her race-day routine including tires, warm-up and more.
It’s a special Training Tuesday with cyclocross pro Corey Coogan Cisek weighing in on a topic that many of us fans and racers wonder about.
Corey Coogan Cisek is back with an entertaining view of life as a North American pro tackling Superprestige Boom.
Beglium-based Corey Coogan Cisek is being put to the test like never before. Yet she remains thankful to race ‘cross in these unique times.
Corey Coogan Cisek is back with another column that takes us behind the scenes of life and racing in Belgium’s COVID-19 lockdown.
For Americans, quality cyclocross races in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic are few and far between. Without Limits Productions has been continuing during this unusual time.
What have pro cyclocrossers been doing during the pandemic? We reached out to Gage Hecht to find out what he’s been up to. Read the full interview here.
Corey Coogan Cisek finally made it to Belgium, only to find herself trying to race in Europe’s worst COVID-19 hotspot. She reports on her latest adventures.
Corey Coogan Cisek overcame seemingly insurmountable barriers to bunnyhop the Atlantic and land in Belgium for the cyclocross season. Enjoy her tale.
Iowa City’s COVID-19 stats put it in the worst metro areas in the world. Can we plan on a 2020 national championship? Yash Shahani weighs in.
Reactions to USA Cycling’s desire to host an Iowa City #cxnats were mixed at best. We interviewed USAC to learn more. You might be surprised by the answers.
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.
OVCX cancelled its series for 2020 a few weeks ago, on the heels of the Chicago Cyclocross Cup. We caught up with Director Ryan Gamm on the tough decision.
Jonathan Page has stayed busy but out of the limelight during retirement. We caught up with the champ to learn more about his homecoming and team plans.
Ellen Noble had a quiet 2019 and struggled with her health. Now she’s got a diagnosis, a new Southwest home base, a new racing program and perspective.
Are we ready for major mountain bike races? The Mohican 100 mountain bike race is racing forward this Saturday. Ohio’s Brandon Grant opines on the risky decision.
Caroline Mani is no stranger to uncertainty, but perhaps not at this level. We caught up with her to hear about her planned return to XC and training without races.
Corey Coogan Cisek’s offers unique insight into cyclocross rider cards, pro bike swaps and her future plans in Part 2 of her final column of the season.
The Mid South Gravel race drew 1400+ racers and epic muddy racing to Oklahoma, but was it a good decision by the promoter and racers? John Flack weighs in.
Corey Coogan Cisek checks in with her final Cyclocross Apprenticeship entry of the season. Enjoy her unique insight into the last-season races in Part One.
Cyclocross season may be over, but that doesn’t mean all two-wheel joy is over. It’s the perfect time to give back and help get more people on bikes. Brandon Grant explains how.