In addition to sitting down with Cyclocross Magazine, Geoff Proctor has been busy organizing the November EuroCrossCamp block that will focus on the World Cup in Zeven, Germany and will also include a DVV/IJsboerke Ladies Trofee race and two national Dutch races.
A total of ten Junior and U23 women and men will be making the trip.
There are also 11 Elite women and men heading to Europe for the Bogense, Denmark and Zeven World Cups. Bogense will be a preview of the venue hosting the 2019 World Championships and Zeven is a repeat of the World Cup held there last year.
Ten Young Riders Heading to EuroCrossCamp
Ten Junior and U23 riders are making the trip for the November block of EuroCrossCamp:
- Clara Honsinger (Team S+M)
- Laurel Rathbun (Donnelly Sports)
- Eric Brunner (Evol Devo Racing)
- Maxx Chance (Evol Devo Racing)
- Grant Ellwood (Boulder Cycle Sport)
- Denzel Stephenson (Evol Devo Racing)
- Scott Funston (Rad Racing NW)
- Ben Gomez-Villafane (Top Club Cyclocross)
- Alex Morton (Cannondale p/b Cyclocrossworld.com)
- Calder Wood (Rad Racing NW)
- Saturday, Nov. 18: Janet Memorial (national race)—Hilversum, NED
- Sunday, Nov. 19: Bavaria-Veldrit (national race)—Lieshout, NED
- Saturday, Nov. 25: World Cup—Zeven, GER
- Sunday, Nov. 26: DVV Flandriencross—Hamme, BEL
11 Elite Riders Racing Denmark and Germany World Cups
There are also 11 Elite women and men heading to Europe for the World Cups in Bogense, Denmark and Zeven, Germany. The Bogense World Cup is this Sunday, November 19 and the Zeven race is next Saturday, November 25.
The riders heading to Europe are:
- Elle Anderson (Cycling.be – Alphamotorhomes Ladies)
- Crystal Anthony (Maxxis-Shimano)
- Katie Compton (KFC Racing p/b Trek/Knight Composites)
- Rebecca Fahringer (Stan’s NoTubes p/b Maxxis/GoFahr)
- Arley Kemmerer (Fearless Femme Racing)
- Kaitie Keough (Cannondale p/b Cyclocrossworld.com)
- Courtenay McFadden (Pivot Cycles p/b DNA Cycling)
- Ellen Noble (Aspire Racing)
- Jeremy Durrin (Neon Velo Cycling Team)
- Stephen Hyde (Cannondale p/b Cyclocrossworld.com)
- Andrew Juiliano (Grit World Racing p/b Shimano)
Stay tuned to Cyclocross Magazine for coverage of the November block of European racing.