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Raleigh Unveils SSCXWC 2013 Limited Edition Frameset

The zany, crazy excuse for a party and a few tattoos called the Single Speed Cyclocross World Championships (SSCXWC), founded by Portland’s Dani Dance, is getting ready for its annual return. Raleigh Bicycles has teamed up with the promoters to release a new, limited-edition SSCXWC frameset.

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Pro Bike: Mo Bruno Roy’s Seven Cycles MudHoney Pro Cyclocross Bike

With canti brakes and the new SRAM RED 22 componentry, the bikes are slightly different than last year’s models, but with updated paint and specs.

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KHS Jumps to Discs with 2014 CX300 and CX100 Cyclocross Bikes

KHS’s latest models, the CX300 and CX100, retail for $2199 and $1399, respectively and saw an upgrade to disc brakes for ’cross.

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Review: Giro Sica Women’s MTB / Cyclocross Shoe

The shoes are the highest-end women’s MTB shoes offered by Giro, and come with carbon soles from Easton combined with a “breathable” microfiber that make the Sica a durable shoe for a long season in the mud.

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Pro Bike: Adam Myerson’s Disc Brake Ridley X-Fire Cyclocross Bike

Longtime racer Adam Myerson has officially made the switch to disc brakes for the 2013 cyclocross season, electing for the arguably stronger braking power on his Ridley X-Fire.

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Van Dessel Shows Off New Aloominator Cyclocross Bike

The Aloominator is crafted from USA-made high-end 6061 manipulated aluminum tubing and weighs in at around 1300 grams for a 56 cm frame with a cantilever setup or disc-only version is also available.

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Ergon Gets Cyclocross-Specific with SRX3 Saddle and CF3 Seatpost

Ergon, the German grip manufacturer turned accessory giant, has introduced a cyclocross-specific saddle, due to hit stores in February.

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Pro Bike: Sven Nys’ Colnago Prestige in World Championship Colors

Check out the World Champ’s updated, rainbow stripe-decorated Colnago Cross Prestige bike.

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Volagi Showcases Prototype Viaje Ti Titanium Gravel Bike

Previous iterations of the Viaje were made with steel, but the titanium version is new and set to release in Spring of 2014, with an MSRP targeted at around $3000.

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Triple Cross Stainless – SOMA Fabrications Adds Sparkle and Shine

SOMA Fabrications has expanded its cyclocross line-up with a new frame for the dirt and gravel set called the Triple Cross.

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First Look: Focus Mares CX 3.0 Disc

If there’s any sign disc brakes are winning out? The Europeans are jumping ship, and German-based Focus is all in on disc brakes for 2014.

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The Perfect Bike Light: What a Cyclocrosser Should Look For

With Daylight Savings ending a week ago, cyclocrossers throughout the States (except Hawaii and most of Arizona) are lamenting the change as there’s now minimal daylight for training after work.

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Pro Bike: Sunweb / Napoleon Games’ Yorben Van Tichelt’s Ridley X-Night Cyclocross Bike

You might see a lot of Ridley cyclocross bikes at your local race, but it’s not every day you get to see one being raced by one of the top cyclocross teams in the world.

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WTB’s Cross Wolf Tire Takes a ChrisCross Path to Tubeless

WTB is a late entrant into the tubeless world, but it’s going all-in by expanding into the area of cyclocross. By our count, it becomes at least the seventh company to fully embrace cyclocross tubeless.

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Cheap Bike Project: An Exercise in Cyclocross Penny Pinching

Think you have to spend a fortune to get your first cyclocross bike? Think again. Bike racing has a reputation as a rich person’s sport. In response, we bring you “Cheap Bike”.

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Pro Bike: Arley Kemmerer’s Specialized Crux Pro Carbon

Despite Specialized’s top five 2014 Crux cyclocross bikes coming with disc brakes, Arley piloted a new cantilever-equipped 2014 Specialized Crux Pro frameset to victory.

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Surly Premiers Straggler Steel Cyclocross Bike in Sizes from 42cm to 64cm

It’s basically the Cross Check, just a little different. It’s got disc brakes, the bottom bracket is a little bit lower, the headtube is a little bit higher.

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Review: Look S-Track MTB / Cyclocross Pedals – A Stable, Mud-proof Option

Back in 1984, Look popularized the step-in “clipless” pedal, using its long-gained knowledge from dominance in the ski industry, and the cycling world has not been the same since.

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Pro Bike: Raphael Gagne’s Rocky Mountain Solo CXR “Team Edition”

Gagne’s frame looks remarkably similar to the special edition Rocky Mountain carbon cyclocross frame raced by Geoff Kabush in 2011, but doesn’t resemble anything close to a production frame offered by Rocky Mountain.

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How To: Getting the Mud Out – Best Laundry Practices

The best tip for keeping white kit white and black kit black is simple: hose it down, while it’s still wet. What’s your trick for keeping your cycling gear clean during the season?

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Pro Bike: Katie Compton’s Trek Crockett Cyclocross Bike

Similar to the aluminum prototype Trek cyclocross bike Compton rode to another National title last year in Madison, though with her own custom National Champ paint scheme, the frame is now available to the masses as The Crockett.

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Felt Launches 2014 Breed Singlespeed, F3x Carbon and F75x Aluminum Cyclocross Bikes

Felt Bicycles brings a whopping seven cyclocross bikes to the market in 2014, plus a top-of-the-line carbon frame that is available as a frameset only.

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