A high-altitude ski trip, new bike, talk show appearances and a double rainbow sighting. Such is the life of the 2020 Cyclocross World Champs. See how they’re celebrating.
The new year means new cyclocross teams and equipment sponsors in European cyclocross. We have a rundown of transfers and new team sponsors.
Sanne Cant will skip the U.S. World Cups and start her cyclocross season in October, while signs point to Jolanda Neff racing in Iowa City and Wisconsin.
Cyclocrossers across the world participated in their countries’ 2019 road race nationals. We have a run-down of notable results.
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.
Lance Haidet attacked from 4km out and finished solo to win the 2019 U23 Road Nationals. Cooper WIllsey and Cameron Beard went 2-3 for an all-‘cross podium.
Cyclocrossers traded their knobby tires for aero bars and road tires and took home medals in the Junior and U23 races at the 2019 Amateur Road Nationals.
#crossiscoming and that means new teams, sponsors and equipment for North American cyclocross teams. We look at some moves in this Rumors and Rumblings.
Wout van Aert is hot right now, winning the ITT and Stage 5 at the 2019 Critérium du Dauphiné. We look at his success and a hat tip from a rival.
The Women’s WorldTour is at the EVO Energy Tour in Great Britain, and the domestic crit scene was at Tulsa Tough. We look at cyclocrosser standout results.
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?
Stars-and-Stripes jerseys were handed out at the 2019 Collegiate Road and Marathon MTB Nats over the weekend. Results for gravel and ‘cross racers.
The USA Crits series kicked off its 2019 campaign with a whistle stop at the Sun City Crit in El Paso, TX. More on the series and results from Sun City.
A string of bad luck for ‘crossers continued when Gage Hecht crashed and suffered a head injury during a training ride on his time trial bike last Friday.
Just like cyclocross season, the Dutch dominance continued on the road over the weekend, with Marianne Vos and Mathieu van der Poel in starring roles.
After his cyclocross season, Mathieu van der Poel went to the 2019 Tour of Antalya hoping to extend his 3-month winning streak. We look at how he fared.
Helen Wyman announced she is retiring from the sport of cyclocross at the end of the 2018/19 season, More on her long and impressive career.
All good things must come to an end. Belgian Kevin Pauwels announced that he will be retiring at the end of the season after 13 years as an Elite ‘crosser.
After a tough season, will Wout van Aert race cyclocross in the 2019/2020 season? Read what Van Aert’s team had to say about his future in the mud and ruts.
The Cyclocross World Championships are returning to the U.S. Fayetteville, Arkansas will be hosting the world’s best in 2022. More on today’s announcement.
Last year, cyclocross fans had an extra excuse to watch the Spring Classics, as Wout van Aert (Cibel – Cebon OffRoad Team) raced a number …
Zdenek Stybar and Jolanda Neff are returning to cyclocross for the 2018 Kerstperiode. Pauline Ferrand-Prevot’s return is uncertain due to injury.
Stephen Hyde, Courtenay McFadden, Jeremy Power, Spencer Petrov and Drew Dillman have missed races due to illness and injury. We wish them a quick recovery.
Kate Courtney won the first U.S. XCO World Championship since 2001, and Mathieu van der Poel, Christopher Blevins and Harriet Harnden podiumed in 2018.
Cyclocrossers made their mark on the 2018 European Mountain Bike and Road Championships in Glasgow, Scotland. Find out how the top ‘crossers fared.
Gage Hecht and Katie Clouse led cyclocrossers at the 2018 U23/Junior Road Nationals in Maryland. We have a run-down of how ‘cross stars fared on the road.
Cyclocrossers starred at their 2018 XCO Mountain Bike Nationals. We have a run-down of the top results from Nationals and the BC Bike Race.
The world’s best XCO mountain bike racers were in Italy for the Val di Sole UCI World Cup. See race results and standout performances for CX racers.
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.