Cyclocross

Stephen Hyde to Start Coaching, Fly New Colors for 2020/2021 Season – Cyclocross Magazine

U.S. Cyclocross star Stephen Hyde is making some big changes for the upcoming cyclocross season.

The three-time Cyclocross National Champ revealed on Instagram he’s “adding coaching to my quiver.”

Hope to #ridelikehyde? You might want to get in line to be one of his early clients. Hyde explained it’s something he’s “been working on for a long time.”

Will we see Hyde in this jersey again? The three-year reign ended in Lakewood. Elite Men. 2019 Cyclocross National Championships, Lakewood, WA. © A. Yee / Cyclocross Magazine

The second announcement might be a bigger surprise, as he’s leaving the Cannondale p/b CyclocrossWorld powerhouse team. “After five seasons on @cdalecxworld I was not offered a contract for the 20/21 season,” Hyde explained in a post filled with gratitude for the opportunity with the team.

Stephen Hyde in his final season for Cannondale p/b CyclocrossWorld, racing to 14th at GP Sven Nys. 2020 GP Sven Nys, Baal. © B. Hazen / Cyclocross Magazine

Hyde won two Pan American titles and three USA Cycling Cyclocross National Championships while flying the Cannondale p/b CyclocrossWorld colors for five seasons.

Think the uncertain times and sponsorship will force the star into early retirement? Hyde put such fears to rest. “I’m not retiring,” he assures fans.

You can see the full post below. Stay tuned for more on this development.

Featured photo: 2019 Jingle Cross, A. Yee