Corey Coogan Cisek returned to Belgium for the 2019/20 season home stretch and almost got blown away by winter windstorms in the process.
Racing cyclocross in Belgium requires walking a fine line between good health and totally cracking. Corey Coogan Cisek reports from the edge of her fitness.
Ohio’s Jamie Williams has gained a new perspective on cyclocross and ’cross courses during his time at EuroCrossCamp in Belgium.
With everyone there to race hard, it has been full gas from start to finish for North Carolina’s Skylar Bovine at this year’s EuroCrossCamp in Belgium.
Racing cyclocross in Belgium has been a dream for Ryley Mosher, and this winter she has gotten to make it a reality at EuroCrossCamp.
New York’s Trevor August got a full year’s worth of cyclocross experience in two weeks of racing in Belgium at EuroCrossCamp.
Even though he suffered a flat at Superprestige Diegem, Ryder Uetrecht was urged forward by the cheers of the raucous Belgian cyclocross fans.
Racing cyclocross in Belgium has been a surreal experience for Indiana’s Max Palmer. He shares his thoughts on soaking in the Belgian vibe,
From his home in Ohio to EuroCrossCamp in the Motherland of Cyclocross, Lucas Stierwalt is grateful for the opportunity to live and race cyclocross.
Whether it be going for a training ride or trying to make Christmas cookies, Eleanor Dyas is rolling with the detours Belgian cyclocross presents.
Ivan Gallego is racing in Belgium with the 2019 EuroCrossCamp program. He shares the (unexpected) experience of sharing roads with friendly Belgian drivers.
Lee Waldman shares his experiences leading up to the 2019 Masters Cyclocross Nationals and how he continues to learn and improve as an athlete.
In her latest diary, Corey Coogan Cisek talks about keeping up with the Van ders and fickle Euro rule enforcement and muses about Euro bathroom etiquette.
Corey Coogan Cisek muses on why Americans choose to race cyclocross in Belgium and relates the experience of “you should know” from World Cup Koksijde.
Carl Decker grabbed his bike and headed to the 2019 Grinduro Japan gravel enduro with buddy Barry Wicks. He shares his experiences and adventures.
Corey Coogan Cisek took on the Koppenbergcross classic and is now exploring the English countryside as she escapes the Schengen Zone for a spell.
This weekend, Caroline Nolan will be racing cyclocross to support victims of the Kincaid Fire ravaging NorCal’s Sonoma County where she grew up.
Instead of putting pressure on herself, Corey Coogan Cisek has learned to embrace the experience of racing cyclocross in Europe and have fun doing it.
Bird by Bird, Caroline Nolan finds motivation and balance while racing cyclocross. She talks about how mantras help her during cyclocross races in her latest diary.
After a month of U.S. racing, Corey Coogan Cisek is Belgium-bound for her third season of racing in Europe.. This time, she is prepared for the challenge.
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.
CXM edtior Zach Schuster raced cyclocross at the Trek CX Cup after 3 seasons off due to back pain. He found it harder than he remembers. Like, way harder.
In the latest Cyclocross Apprenticeship, Corey Coogan Cisek reflects on the importance of support for pro and developing riders to help them be successful.
Numbers are a big part of cycling, but for Caroline Nolan, her experience in the mud at World Cup Waterloo was about much more than just numbers.
Caroline Nolan raced her first-career UCI Cyclocross World Cup at the 2019 Jingle Cross. She shares what the experience was like for a World Cup rookie.
Corey Coogan Cisek kicked off her 2019/20 cyclocross season at GO Cross in Roanoke, Virginia. She shares her experience of racing, age and wisdom.
Corey Coogan Cisek is headed back to Belgium for a third year of living and racing. She shares her visa adventures and plans for the 2019/20 season.
Was it worth it sacrificing time and money to do the 2019 Dirty Kanza 200? After finishing his ride, Mark Symns says yes in his gravel report.
Mark Symns is headed to the 2019 Dirty Kanza 200 thanks to some good fortune. Now, he has to prepare for the famed 200-mile gravel event.