Cyclocross

2019 Lost and Found Gravel Race Pro Women: Nash, Sturm and Bishop Gordon Find Lonely Journeys Through the Lost Sierra – Cyclocross Magazine

2019 Lost and Found Gravel Race Pro Women: Nash, Sturm and Bishop Gordon Find Lonely Journeys Through the Lost Sierra  Cyclocross Magazine

The 2019 Lost and Found gravel race served was the biggest yet, but for the Pro Women, it was all about solo efforts. Get the full story. Report, results.

Cyclocross

Strickland Solos from 100 Miles Out to Win 2019 Dirty Kanza 200 – Report – Cyclocross Magazine

Strickland Solos from 100 Miles Out to Win 2019 Dirty Kanza 200 – Report  Cyclocross Magazine

Colin Strickland attacked solo from 100 miles out and held his gap to win the 2019 Men’s Dirty Kanza 200. Get the story from his impressive win.

Cyclocross

Finished Business: Rockwell Comes Back to Win 2019 Women’s Dirty Kanza 200 – Cyclocross Magazine

Finished Business: Rockwell Comes Back to Win 2019 Women’s Dirty Kanza 200  Cyclocross Magazine

Amity Rockwell rode a near flawless comeback to win the 2019 Women’s Dirty Kanza 200. Get the story from her 202-mile victory in Kansas.

Cyclocross

2019 Lost and Found 100-Mile Preview: Top Cyclocrossers Return, Debut – Cyclocross Magazine

2019 Lost and Found 100-Mile Preview: Top Cyclocrossers Return, Debut  Cyclocross Magazine

The 2019 Lost and Found gravel race serves up a new course, snow banks and snow cones, and a deep list of contenders and ‘cross stars. We preview the …

Cyclocross

Junior Women Category Added for 2019 Pan-American Cyclocross Championships – Cyclocross Magazine

Junior Women Category Added for 2019 Pan-American Cyclocross Championships  Cyclocross Magazine

The Junior Women category has been added for the 2019 Pan-American Championships in Midland, Ontario ahead of the 2020 World Championships.

Cyclocross

Interview: Ted King’s Groad to Kanza Leads to DK200 Title Defense – Cyclocross Magazine

Interview: Ted King’s Groad to Kanza Leads to DK200 Title Defense  Cyclocross Magazine

Heavy is the waist that wears the buckle. So it goes for defending Dirty Kanza champ Ted King. We talked to the 2-time winner about his 2019 title defense.