Emily Batty podiumed at the 2018 UCI XCO World Championships. This weekend, she is at the Trek CX Cup. We spoke with her at the weekend of ‘cross racing.
Kerry Werner is off to a fast start in 2018 with three wins in five races. We chatted with him about his success and expectations for World Cup Waterloo.
Preliminary start lists for the 2018 Telenet UCI World Cup Waterloo are now available. Find out who will be taking the line in Wisconsin on Sunday.
World Cup Waterloo returns to Trek Headquarters in Wisconsin for its second UCI Cyclocross World Cup. We look at what’s new and returning for 2018.
Marianne Vos is racing a full season of cyclocross in 2018/19. She starts her season in the U.S. at World Cup Waterloo and Jingle Cross.
Women will race in the marquee time slot at the 2018 World Cup Waterloo on September 23. Learn more about Trek’s latest move toward gender equality.
Brook Watts rarely sits still. He stopped by to chat about the 2018 World Cup Waterloo in Wisconsin, selling RenoCross and attending Dirty Kanza.
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 new World Cup Waterloo at Trek Bicycles included a new change: equal payouts for women and men. Trek’s leadership on the issue of equal pay is the latest entry in our 2017 Year in Review.
Racine, Wisconsin native Kaitie Keough had a homecoming to remember at the 2017 World Cup Waterloo. Hear about her experience in this extended interview.
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.
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.
Emma White finished 8th overall and retained the U23 leader’s jersey at the 2017 World Cup Waterloo. We spoke with the young star after her race.
Lucie Chainel is riding the Canyon Inflite CF SLX carbon disc bike with Maxwheels this season. We profiled her setup at the 2017 World Cup Waterloo.
Dave Mable is back with another fun video from the 2017 World Cup Waterloo. He played a game of This or That with a number of cyclocross stars.
David Mable was with CXM all weekend in Waterloo. On Sunday, Dave captured the action during the hot and dusty World Cup. See Dave’s work in this gallery.
Daan Soete had a memorable afternoon at the 2017 World Cup Waterloo with a third-place finish. We caught up with the up-and-coming young Belgian rider after his race.
Corne van Kessel positioned himself perfectly in the chase for the finishing sprint to take 2nd at World Cup Waterloo. We spoke with him after the race.
Wout van Aert is back in the States hoping to return home to Belgium with an American UCI Cyclocross World Cup win for the the third year in a row. See this video of his pre-season prep.
Photographer Jeff Curtes was at World Cup Waterloo in his native Wisconsin. For this photo gallery, he provides a different perspective on the big race.
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.
Kaitie Keough, aka the Little Badger, had a memorable homecoming at the 2017 World Cup Waterloo with her 2nd-place finish. CXM spoke to her after the race.
Sanne Cant aced Factory Hill and rode away from the field midway through Sunday’s World Cup Waterloo. Hear about the Belgian star’s race in our interview.
Mathieu van der Poel led wire-to-wire at the 2017 World Cup Waterloo. Hear about the World Cup leader’s race in our post-race interview.
Matthieu van der Poel continued his hot start to the new cyclocross season by dominating the 2017 World Cup Waterloo. Our report tells the story.
Sanne Cant bounced back from a tough week to attack the 2017 World Cup Waterloo and leave the others to settle an exciting race for second.
Updated: Read our full race report and see photos and results from the 2017 World Cup Waterloo If last year was the year of a the beautiful …
Update: Read the full 2017 World Cup Waterloo women’s report here, complete with full results and photo gallery. After a slow start, Sanne Cant (IKO …
Watch World Cup Waterloo for free in the U.S. via Trek Bicycles and elsewhere via the UCI stream. Racing starts at 2:00 p.m. Central on Sunday.