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Cyclocross Season Continues Through February with California’s Rockville Cyclocross Series

Cyclocross racing continues every Sunday in Norcal through February with the Rockville Bike Cyclocross series in Fairfield, California. Full details, schedule and directions.

Strade’s White Roads and Milan – San Remo in Van der Poel’s 2020 Plans

The white roads of the Strade Bianche and Milan – San Remo are in Mathieu van der Poel’s plans for his 2020 road racing calendar.

Rider Diary: Carl Decker’s Grinduro Japan Barry Wicks Buddy Comedy

Carl Decker grabbed his bike and headed to the 2019 Grinduro Japan gravel enduro with buddy Barry Wicks. He shares his experiences and adventures.

Full Send: Allison Arensman Finds Balance After Difficult Year Away from ’Cross

Allison Arensman raced Elite cyclocross and ran the JA King CX Devo program until a difficult 2018. She is now back racing with new balance in her life.

XCO Results: Neff, Schurter Make the Grade at Tokyo 2020 Test Event

XCO mountain bikers headed to Tokyo for a first look at the Olympics course at the Tokyo 2020 Test Event. See results for the Elite Women and Elite Men.

Pan-Am Champ Sheffield Third, Simmons Rainbows at Junior Road Worlds

Magnus Sheffield was aggressive throughout the 2019 Junior Men’s Road Worlds and helped Quinn Simmons to the win while finishing 3rd himself.

Jenn Jackson’s New Passion for Cycling Has Led Her to Cyclocross Success

A cross-country skier growing up, Canada’s Jenn Jackson has found a new passion in cycling. Get to know to the mountain bike and cyclocross standout.

NorCal’s Mare Island PedalFest Offers Urban Cyclocross for Good Cause

The inaugural Mare Island PedalFest in Vallejo, CA offers an Urban Cyclocross race and BMX rodeo on September 29. Get more info about the new event.

Lucinda Brand on the Move to Trek-Segafredo, Telenet Fidea in 2020

2019 Bogense Cyclocross Worlds silver medalist Lucinda Brand will race for Trek-Segafredo on the road and Telenet Fidea in cyclocross in 2020.

Montana Cross Camp: New York’s Grace Mattern is a Student of the Sport

Grace Mattern developed a passion for cyclocross at a young age, and she continued her development at the 2019 Montana Cross Camp. We chatted with her.

Interview: Alex Grant Perseveres, Gets Crusher Win He has Dreamed About

Alex Grant has had bad luck at the Crusher in the Tushar gravel race, but in 2019, he had a dream ride. We spoke with him about the win he chased for years.

Cyclocrossers, Graveleurs Mix It Up at Road Nationals in Knoxville

Cyclocrossers—present and past—and graveleurs mixed it up at the 2019 U.S. Road Nationals in Knoxville. We run down the time trial, criterium and road race.

Rumors and Rumblings: New Season, New Cyclocross Teams Edition

#crossiscoming and that means new teams, sponsors and equipment for North American cyclocross teams. We look at some moves in this Rumors and Rumblings.

Nikki Brammeier Announces Retirement from Professional Bike Racing

Nikki Brammeier announced her retirement from professional bike racing after a 15-year career and 4 British Cyclocross National Championships.

Which World Championships Will Van der Poel Race at the End of the Summer?

As a multi-discipline star, Mathieu van der Poel faces a tough choice between XCO and Road Worlds this fall. Which of the two will he be racing in 2019?

Nationals Bike: Vida Lopez de San Roman’s NorCal-Sourced Steel SyCip Cross Bike

Vida Lopez de San Roman rode a steel SyCip cyclocross bike with a number of NorCal parts in the Junior 13-14 race at the 2018 Louisville Nationals. We profile her bike.

USA Cycling Mud Fund: Tim Johnson Breaks Down New Cyclocross-Specific Funding Program

The Mud Fund is the USA Cycling Foundation’s cyclocross-specific fundraising program. Tim Johnson shares how the Fund is set up and what it’s all about.

Scotland to Host Mega World Championships in 2023, Will Cyclocross be Included?

In August 2023, 13 cycling disciplines will host their World Championships in Glasgow, Scotland over a two-week period. Will cyclocross be one of them?

Opinion: Don’t Complain, Take Action to Rescue Bike Racing in the U.S.

Complaining will not save bike racing in the U.S. Peter Hitzeman offers ideas of how to take action at the grassroots level to rescue the sport in America.

2018 Cyclist’s Gift Guide: 9 Top Books on Cyclocross, Cycling and Bikes

Part 1 of our 2018 Gift Guide for cyclists looks at the timeless gift of books. Here are 9 favorites about cyclocross, cycling and bikes. Hint: Share away!

Technique Tuesday: Learn to Slip and Slide by Riding in the Snow this Winter

Embracing the winter wonderland and riding in the snow can help improve your bike handling and beat the winter blues with these snow ‘cross ideas.

The Comeback: Lauren De Crescenzo’s Second Chance at Life, Second Life as a Gravel Racer

On April 2, 2016, Lauren De Crescenzo nearly died in a bike crash. Now, she is enjoying a second life as a gravel star. Read about her incredible story.

A Kid from Oregon: Clara Honsinger Continues the Cyclocross Crusades Legacy

Clara Honsinger is the latest star to come out of Oregon’s Cyclocross Crusade. After a breakout 2017, she is looking to continue her success in 2018.

Tim Johnson Discusses His New Role with USA Cycling’s Development Foundation

Tim Johnson was recently hired as the USA Cycling Foundation’s Development Director. We talk with the cyclocross legend about his new position.

Throwback Thursday: Steve Chainel’s Decade-Plus French National Championship Quest

Steve Chainel waited for over a decade to win French Cyclocross Nationals, so winning in 2018 was special for him. We look back at his memorable January.

Petrov Signs With Cannondale p/b CyclocrossWorld, Gunsalus, Maher Join Devo Team

Spencer Petrov signed with the Cannondale p/b CyclocrossWorld team for 2018/19. Lizzy Gunsalus and Lane Maher join the team’s development program.

Rumors & Rumblings: Van der Poel’s Road Wizardry, Vos Podiums at Nats, Noble Conquers Crits and More

Mathieu van der Poel won Dutch Road Nats with an impressive move, Marianne Vos took third, Ellen Noble dominated NE Crit Week and much more.

Interview: Emma White on Pursuing Her Olympic Dream on the Track in 2020

Emma White is skipping the cyclocross season to pursue a spot on Team USA for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. We talked with her about her decision.

UCI World Cups to Offer Equal Payouts to Women, Women’s 17-18 Category by 2021/2022 Season

The UCI announced equal payouts to women and the addition of a Women’s Junior 17-18 category for World Cups by the 2021/22 season. Learn about the UCI’s move toward gender equality in cyclocross.

Illinois’ 2018 Ten Thousand Welcomes Climbing Temps, Gravel Riders

Illinois’ Ten Thousand gravel race outside Freeport proves the Land of Lincoln is not flat. Learn more about the 2018 running of this Driftless Area ride.

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