We take a close-up look at Maghalie Rochette’s custom-painted Specialized S-Works CruX cyclocross bike, complete with song lyrics.
Eli Iserbyt is one of the biggest names in cyclocross. At 23 years old, he has already amassed an impressive list of victories. This year, …
Marianne Vos returned to win Waterloo on a new cyclocross bike from Cervelo. We took a closer look at the former World Champion’s equipment.
At Sea Otter 2019, we took a look at Aaron Bradford’s hand-built alloy Rock Lobster cyclocross bike with the classic sea foam green colorway.
Title or no title, the youngest racers at Cyclocross Nationals often deliver the most inspiring rides. We take a look Miller Reardon’s bike and race.
Tobin Ortenblad swapped Euro mud for Lake Davis Dust on his Santa Cruz Stigmata cyclocross bike. We profile his winning the Lost and Found bike.
Sanne Cant won her second-straight Cyclocross Worlds in 2018 aboard a Stevens Super Prestige with tires to match the muddy occasion. We take a look at her winning bike.
Wout van Aert rode his Felt bikes with the SRAM Red eTap HRD groupset to a title at the 2018 Cyclocross World Championships. We profile his rainbow-worthy build.
Haydn Hludzinski won the Junior Women 11-12 race at the 2018 Nationals in Reno, the youngest age group, but her winning bike has a long, winning history.
For the second-straight year, Stephen Hyde won the Elite Men’s Cyclocross National Championship on a Cannondale SuperX. We profile his winning bike from the 2018 Nationals in Reno.
Jeremy Powers is one of few ‘cross pros to ride SRAM eTap components. We look at Powers’ 2017 eTap-equipped Focus Mares with a colorful paint scheme.
Caroline Mani has found a new groove aboard the Van Dessel Full Tilt Boogie equipped with Atom Composites wheels. Blue, white and red are the theme of the French National Champion’s 2017/18 bike.
Rebecca Fahringer is riding the new Scott Addict CX for her Stan’s NoTubes p/b Maxxis team this year. We profiled her bike equipped with Stan’s NoTubes Valor rims and Maxxis tubeless tires at Jingle Cross.
Wout van Aert brought his American Felt F FRDx cyclocross bikes to Iowa and Wisconsin to contest the U.S. World Cups. We profile his unique rides.
Kerry Werner is riding the 2018 Kona Super Jake this season. We looked at his bike at World Cup Waterloo and found some early-season modifications. Our pro bike profile has more.
Sanne Cant won the 2017 World Cup Waterloo on a Stevens Super Prestige that has been updated since last year. Take a closer look in our bike profile.
CXM got a sneak peek at the Trek Boones the Telenet-Fidea team will be riding in 2017/18 while they were being assembled. We have photos and more.
Despite an early puncture, Robin Farina won the 2016 pro women’s race at the 2016 Lost & Found gravel event this past weekend aboard her custom-painted 2016 Santa Cruz Stigmata.
Carl Decker leads the Lost Sierra Triple Crown race series after his win in the Lost & Found gravel race in the Sierra Nevada Mountains this weekend. While we’ll have a full race report coming soon, here we’re taking a quick look at Decker’s winning rig.
Tobin Ortenblad is on a new bike this year, a Santa Cruz Stigmata, which he raced to the win at the 016 Sea Otter Classic Cyclocross race.
We’re wrapping our our coverage from the 2016 Sea Otter Classic and are taking a look at Cassie Maximenko’s Van Dessel Full Tilt Boogie raced at the event’s cyclocross race last month.
Mario Vanacker was on hand for the 114th running of the Hell of the North yesterday and was able to get a few shots of both Lars van der Haar’s and Lars Boom’s bikes that they rode in the iconic race.
We’ve got another bike from the 2016 Cyclocross World Championships in Heusden-Zolder, Belgium. This time it’s Mical Dyck’s custom steel Naked X-15.
Hecht and his Alpha Bicycle Co-Vista Subaru squad ride titanium offerings from Moots in Steamboat Springs, Colorado. We profiled Hecht’s teammate Katie Clouse’s Moots Psychlo-X earlier and here we’re taking a look at Hecht’s Psychlo-X RSL.
We saw Yu Takenouchi race aboard a hand-built Toyo frame back in Nobeyama in 2011, and he still races for the small Japanese outfit to this day. Today, we are looking at his World Championship bike.
Our look at bikes from the 2016 Cyclocross World Championships continues with what eagle-eyed readers will notice are photos of Stephen Hyde’s silver medal bike from the 2016 USA Cycling Cyclocross National Championships before it went to Zolder.
While many riders will make small tweaks or maybe even some full-on changes to their bikes before a major event, the bike Noble rode to the win in Asheville is likely going to be the one she rides in Zolder this weekend for the World Championships.