Watch the best cyclocross racers in the world tackle World Cup Waterloo right here on Cyclocross Magazine’s site on Sunday. Live video starts at 1:20pm CDT.
Can’t wait for tomorrow’s World Cup Waterloo? Take a lap on the World Cup cyclocross course with this course preview video. Warning: Conditions may change!
Both Thibau and Sven Nys turned the Segafredo Run-Up into a Ride-Up before the 2019 World Cup Waterloo. Watch their impressive bike trickeration.
Sunday! Sunday! Sunday! The 2019 World Cup Waterloo takes place at Trek Headquarters in Wisconsin. See who’s racing with Elite Women and Men start lists.
The cyclocross world heads to Wisconsin and the 2019 World Cup Waterloo this weekend. We preview what’s new and returning at Trek headquarters this year.
We might be a bit biased, but Madison is a pretty dope city. Check out our guide to bikes, beer and cheese curds for the 2019 World Cup Waterloo weekend.
Toon Aerts of the Telenet Fidea Lions and Evie Richards of Trek Factory Racing CX are both on Trek Boone’s in 2018. We profile their two Boones.
Kerry Werner is riding the 2019 Kona Super Jake this season. We profile the bike he was riding at the 2018 U.S. Cyclocross World Cups.
Courtenay McFadden is okay. After a leg injury before World Cup Waterloo, McFadden took October off and is set for cyclocross season 2.0.
We sat down with Stephen Hyde at his hotel room in Wisconsin to talk about bikes, jerseys and career goals. Watch the full interview in this enhanced video.
Stephen Hyde has three customized and personalized Cannondale SuperX bikes for the 2018/19 story. We have the story behind the colors and artwork.
In her latest Wyman Wednesday, Helen describes her experience with announcing at Jingle Cross and makes a case for cyclocross World Cups in the U.S.
North American cyclocrossers take their best shot at pronouncing the names of towns in Flanders. Local expert Sanne Cant then teaches a lesson in Flemish.
Photographer Dave Mable captured the excitement of the 2018 UCI Cyclocross World Cup in Waterloo. Relive the drama of the day with his photo gallery.
After leaving his team six days before World Cup Waterloo, Wout van Aert had to put cobble together a bike in record time. We profile his last-minute Stevens Super Prestige.
Sunday’s World Cup Waterloo brought great racing and a big U.S. cyclocross crowd. Robert Clark submitted a gallery of his favorite photos from the day.
After a first-lap crash at the 2018 World Cup Waterloo, National Champion Stephen Hyde’s worst fears have come true. The two-time champ will be skipping …
Sofia Gomez Villafañe is one of the sport’s bright young stars. The Argentina native and U.S. resident was in Wisconsin for the 2018 World Cup Waterloo.
Toon Aerts, Marianne Vos, Ellen Noble and Evie Richards sat down for a press conference after the 2018 World Cup Waterloo. Read what they had to say.
In Lap 5 of Sunday’s 2018 World Cup Waterloo, Katie Compton rolled a tubular. Instead of dropping out, she put it back on and kept racing.
Toon Aerts and Marianne Vos both won their races at the 2018 World Cup Waterloo in Wisconsin. We spoke with each of them about their wins.
Marianne Vos and Ellen Noble battled to the last few hundred meters at the 2018 World Cup Waterloo. Get the story and photos of Sunday’s race in Wisconsin.
Toon Aerts dropped Wout van Aert in the sixth lap to win the 2018 World Cup Waterloo in Wisconsin. Get the full story, photos and results from Waterloo.
It was a moment that could have been disastrous for either rider.
Ellen Noble’s bunnyhop and then tumble turned into a tangle with Marianne Vos. Fortunately, neither leading rider was hurt, both kept their cool, and it only added to the drama of the day’s racing.
Maghalie Rochette has been on a roll thus far in 2018 after launching her CX Fever p/b Specialized program. We chatted with her at World Cup Waterloo.