As the week draws to an end, take a look at our recap of content from Cyclocross Magazine that’s worth checking out, or if you’ve already seen it, revisiting.
Whether it’s for some heated back-and-forth in the comments, or some very cool vintage video, these articles are time well spent!
Technique Tuesday: Myerson’s When, Why and How to Dismount in Cyclocross
What is it about the step-through dismount that gets people so fired up?
Take a look at Adam Myerson of Cycle-Smart’s advice (and some heated debate in the comments) about the ageless question in cyclocross: step through, or to step around?
Antonneau and Powers Win at the 2015 Trek CXC Cup C1 Race: Full Report and Results
The first day of racing at the 2015 Trek CXC Cup saw U.S. National Champion Jeremy Powers (Rapha-Focus) and Wisconsin native Kaitlin Antonneau (Cannondale-Cyclocrossworld.com) win close battles on the updated cyclocross track in Waterloo, WI.
Read more about how the racing went down in Wisconsin, or take a look at Ted Burns’ recap videos for Elite Men and Elite Women.
Throwback Thursday: 1983 Halfords International Cyclocross
The course looks a little more like an American cyclocross course of the 1980s, with triple log barriers and a rather wildly, intimate setting. The bike pit exchange area is one of the more close-quarters place on the course, with mechanics lined up between the already cramped race tape, holding the bikes out and allowing riders almost one line to take after the uphill climb.
A must-watch for those who are curious how it was done in the good old days.
Race Video: Charm City CX Day One, Men’s and Women’s Elite Race by Dirt Wire TV
Our good pals at DirtWire.tv hooked us up with video recaps of Charm City Day One, taking place in Baltimore, MD.
Click here to Watch the Elite Men’s race, where Curtis White followed in his sister’s footsteps only an hour before with a big win, although his came down to a sprint finish over Travis Livermon and Cameron Dodge.
And be sure to check out the Elite Women’s race, where Emma White showed off her Road World Championship podium legs with a commanding lead as Kathryn Cumming and Brittlee Bowman fended off the rest of the Women’s Elite field that included Arely Kemmerer and Laura Van Gilder to stand on the podium.