Zach McDonald made sure he finished the race in the money. Cross Vegas 2014. © / Cyclocross Magazine

Zach McDonald, “in the money” at Cross Vegas 2014, will be racing for Cyclocross Project 2015. © / Cyclocross Magazine

by Zach McDonald

I wanted to try to get the word out as soon as possible that I will be riding for Cyclocross Project 2015 for the remainder of the 2014-2015 cyclocross season. I’m very excited for this opportunity as they are a fantastic organization and stepped up when I was in need.  Cyclocross Project 2015 and Source Endurance were able to help me pull a program together last minute that would allow me to finish out the season in a competitive way.  I’ve helped out at cyclocross clinics for both organizations in the past and deeply respect their devotion to growing the sport and getting kids involved in the wonderful sport of cyclocross.  More information about Cyclocross Project 2015 and how they are fostering the future cyclocross racers of America can be found at  More about Source Endurance and their coaching services can be found at

“Cyclocross Project 2015 was developed for youth and junior cyclists with the goal to participate in the 2015 Cyclocross Nationals which will be hosted in Austin, Texas. By providing free clinics and training sessions to foster the next generation of cyclists we can help develop principles and values; good sportsmanship, attitude and teamwork among participants.”  – Rolando Roman, Cyclocross Project 2015
“Zach has helped Source Endurance with some Cyclocross clinics in the past, so when we  heard that he was in a tight position, we decided to help out.  Our goal is to allow him to continue to race at a high level and to help with the means to reach the races necessary for Zach to showcase his talents.” – Adam Mills, Source Endurance