We revisit an issue of VeloNews magazine from early 1999 that recapped cyclocross nationals and featured an in-depth look at the 24-hour MTB craze. The last …
Wyman Wednesday: Ooooooostmalle and the End of an Era in Cyclocross Cyclocross Magazine
Helen Wyman shares how Kevin Pauwels’ retirement marks the end of an era in cyclocross, and she shares her experiences learning to say Ooooooooostmalle.
Worlds Bike: Wout van Aert’s 2018/19 Stevens Super Prestige Cyclocross Magazine
Wout van Aert piloted a Stevens Super Prestige during the 2018/19 season. We look at the evolution of his bike and his latest SRAM RED 1 eTAP AXS groupset.
Worlds Bike: Sanne Cant’s Belgian Champ Stevens Super Prestige Cyclocross Magazine
Sanne Cant had a Belgian Champion’s Stevens Super Prestige for her winning ride at the 2019 Bogense Cyclocross Worlds. We profile her Belgian blue bike.
Wout ‘Cross Watch: Van Aert to Return to Cyclocross in 2019/20? Cyclocross Magazine
It wouldn’t be a post-Worlds period if we did not have some speculation about Wout van Aert’s future in cyclocross. Last year, even though the WorldTour was on …
Van der Poel Wins Number 30 at 2019 Superprestige Hoogstraten – Report Cyclocross Magazine
Win number 30 and a box of strawberries were on the line for Mathieu van der Poel at the 2019 Superprestige Hoogstraten. Elite Men’s report and results.
Photo Essay: A Trip Through BogenseCyclocross Worlds by Taylor Kruse Cyclocross Magazine
Come along for a trip through 2019 Bogense Cyclocross Worlds, without leaving your screen. Photographer Taylor Kruse captured the essence of the big event.
Cant defeated a deep Dutch team. Van der Poel got the better of a stacked Belgian squad. We debate and analyze the action. Denmark delivered a weekend of …
Team USA U23 Men in Photos – 2019 Cyclocross World Championships Cyclocross Magazine
We’re unearthing our photos of Team USA Cycling’s athletes at the UCI 2019 Cyclocross World Championships in Bogense. Here are images of the U23 Men.
In the Belgian heartland, interest in cyclocross looks to be declining. This isn’t cause for panic — it is reason for the sport to keep growing internationally. Imagine …