The Grinch John Meehan and the Iowa cycling community have made Jingle Cross a cyclocross success. The race returns for Year 4 as a World Cup in 2019.
Lindsay Knight captured our attention with her criticism of the announcing at Jingle Cross. We caught up with Knight to discuss her post and the offensive remarks.
Attendees of the 2018 Jingle Cross were left with a bad taste in their mouths, and it wasn’t from the Iowa mud. Get the latest on this unfortunate situation.
World Cup cyclocross is back in the U.S. in 2018. The Jingle Cross and Waterloo World Cups will be held in the Midwest in September, 2018. Find out when to make your plans to head to Iowa and Wisconsin.
The World Cup returns to Iowa City at the 2017 Jingle Cross Festival. We preview the course, weather and riders racing on Friday and Saturday.
John Meehan came down from the Grinch’s lair atop Mt. Krumpit in Iowa City to talk about year one of the Jingle Cross World Cup and look ahead to year two.
Ever since Jingle Cross was awarded a World Cup calendar spot, we’ve been wondering how long that was in the works and what racers and fans can expect. We spoke with race director John Meehan yesterday to find out.
Speaking with Jingle Cross race director John Mehaan yesterday got us thinking about past Jingle Cross races and the course in Iowa City. So we’re taking a quick look at the race’s 2010 edition.
A growing Thanksgiving tradition for Midwest cyclocrossers and pro racers across the nation has been to flock like turkeys to Jingle Cross in Iowa City, …