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.
Lee Waldman shares his experiences leading up to the 2019 Masters Cyclocross Nationals and how he continues to learn and improve as an athlete.
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.
Lee Waldman shares why we should focus on the positive from the last cyclocross season to find motivation heading into the offseason in his latest column.
Lining up for the Masters 65-69 race at the 2018 Lousiville Cyclocross Nationals was a process for Lee Waldman. Read his thoughts before and after.
Before heading to Louisville Nationals, columnist Lee Waldman takes stock of lessons learned during the season and hopes for next season.
Getting older makes recovery tougher, but as Lee Waldman sees it, racing cyclocross into your 70s also brings a lot of joy despite the challenges.
Craftmanship, Consciousness, Efficacy, Flexibility, Interdependence. Lee Waldman gives advice for improving your racing by focusing on 5 states of mind.
Mathieu van der Poel has been dominating cyclocross and having fun doing it. Lee Waldman shares what we can learn from the Dutch phenom to get the most enjoyment out of our bikes.
What comes next after cyclocross season? Lee Waldman describes what he does to help himself learn from this year and improve for next year in his latest column.
Lee Waldman conquered the sand of Mol at the 2017 Masters Worlds and lived to tell about it. Hear Waldman’s thoughts on Euro racing and what he learned from his trip to the motherland of cyclocross.
Masters Worlds in Belgium has been on Lee Waldman’s bucket list for years. He shares his pre-race thoughts on preparing mentally and physically for the race.
Lee Waldman has tried self-coaching and working with a coach. He offers some advice for self-improvement learned from his career as a trainer of teachers.
Lee Waldman’s column returns with a look at the benefits of short track and endurance mountain bike racing for cyclocross bike handling skills.
Masters racer Lee Waldman is back with another column filled with invaluable life lessons, and it’s especially timely given Steve Tilford’s recent passing today.
Columnist Lee Waldman has been in a reflective mood recently, and today he weighs in today on the timely topic of being thankful and appreciating those …
Feedback Sports hosts a cyclocross race in Golden, CO this Saturday, and it looks like a great event and course. Official announcement below. GOLDEN, CO—Feedback …
Colorado-based Masters racer Lee Waldman imparts his years of experience and knowledge onto us. Walman gives us a good lesson to learn and remember.
For many cyclocross racers, summer means MTB races. And for some, like Lee Waldman, it means taking on longer races like the Bailey Hundito 50-miler. Check at Waldman’s ride and the days leading up to his race with this diary-like race report.
It’s been a while since we’ve heard from Cyclocross Magazine contributor Lee Waldman. Today, on Father’s Day, Waldman takes us to Scottsbluff, Nebraska for the …
“If, like me, you find yourself in a slump half-way through the season, take a break. Ride your mountain bike. Do something different. Put away the training log for a while. Remind yourself how much fun it is just to ride your bike.”
In his last column Lee Waldman dove a little deeper into the subject of what it takes to win in cyclocross, examining what exactly defines an athlete, …
Winning in cyclocross doesn’t have to mean crossing the line in first. In his last column, Lee Waldman examined why being a naturally-gifted athlete isn’t …
Have you spent the summer thinking you’ve prepared for your best cyclocross season ever, only to feel like there’s a few of those guys who seem to …
After a season filled with injuries, Lee Waldman was preparing to tackle the 2015 Crusher in the Tushar, creating a full game plan around getting …