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  1. Cyclocross
    2014 Masters 30-34 National Champion Justin Lindine's Redline Conquest Team Disc cyclocross bike. © Cyclocross Magazine Editor's Note: This article is from our mud-loving friends at Cyclocross Magazine and originally appeared on cxmagazine.com. Visit them for your daily cyclocross fix. This...
  2. Cyclocross
    Marianne Vos' World Championship-winning Giant TCX Advanced with Shimano R785 Di2 and Hydraulic Disc Brakes, Rotor Q rings. © Anton Vos Editor's Note: This article is from our mud-loving friends at Cyclocross Magazine and originally appeared on cxmagazine.com. Visit them for your daily...
  3. Cyclocross
    Katie Compton's Trek Boone 9 she raced at the 2014 Cyclocross National Championships. © Cyclocross Magazine Editor's Note: This article is from our mud-loving friends at Cyclocross Magazine and originally appeared on cxmagazine.com. Visit them for your daily cyclocross fix. When you win the...
  4. Cyclocross
    2010 60-64 National Champion Martha Iverson and her Ridley X-fire cyclocross bike. © Cyclocross Magazine Editor's Note: This article is from our mud-loving friends at Cyclocross Magazine and originally appeared on cxmagazine.com. Visit them for your daily cyclocross fix. Every year at the USA...
  5. Cyclocross
    Helen Wyman's Kona Super Jake CX. © Cyclocross Magazine Editor's Note: This article is from our mud-loving friends at Cyclocross Magazine and originally appeared on cxmagazine.com. It was written by passionate cyclocross racer Molly Hurford. Visit them for your daily cyclocross fix. We got a...
  6. Cyclocross
    Lisa Jacobs'€™ carbon Apollo Bikes Arctec CX disc as ridden in China. © Cyclocross Magazine Editor's Note: This article is from our mud-loving friends at Cyclocross Magazine and originally appeared on cxmagazine.com. It was written by Daniel Curtin. Visit them for your daily cyclocross fix...
  7. Cyclocross
    Nicole Duke's new Marin rig. © Cyclocross Magazine Editor's Note: This article is from our mud-loving friends at Cyclocross Magazine and originally appeared on cxmagazine.com. It was written by passionate cyclocross racer Molly Hurford. Visit them for your daily cyclocross fix. We spotted new...
  8. General Cycling Discussion
    How do you assure precise and accurate shifting when its wet or cold out? For Bart Wellens a little sandpaper does the trick. The two-time world and Belgian national cyclocross champion glues a small patch of the grippy paper on each of his SRAM Red 22 shift levers, making it easier to change...
  9. Cyclocross
    Mo Bruno Roy's custom Seven Mudhoney titanium/carbon cyclocross bike. © Cyclocross Magazine Editor's Note: This article is from our mud-loving friends at Cyclocross Magazine and originally appeared on cxmagazine.com. It was written by passionate cyclocross racer Molly Hurford. Visit them for...
  10. Cyclocross
    Myerson's new bike for 2013: the Ridley X-Fire with disc brakes. © Cyclocross Magazine Editor's Note: This article is from our mud-loving friends at Cyclocross Magazine and originally appeared on cxmagazine.com. It was written by passionate cyclocross racer Molly Hurford. Visit them for your...
  11. Cyclocross
    Sven Nys' Cross Vegas-winning Colnago Prestige cyclocross bike. © Cyclocross Magazine Editor's Note: This article is from our mud-loving friends at Cyclocross Magazine and originally appeared on cxmagazine.com. Visit them for your daily cyclocross fix. After the 2013 Cyclocross World...
  12. Cyclocross
    Yorben Van Tichelt's Ridley X-Night. © Cyclocross Magazine Editor's Note: This article is from our mud-loving friends at Cyclocross Magazine and originally appeared on cxmagazine.com. It was written by Kevin White. Visit them for your daily cyclocross fix. You might see a lot of Ridley...
  13. Cyclocross
    Arley Kemmerer's Specialized Crux Pro cyclocross bike. © Cyclocross Magazine Editor's Note: This article is from our mud-loving friends at Cyclocross Magazine and originally appeared on cxmagazine.com. Visit them for your daily cyclocross fix. Arley Kemmerer (C3-Twenty20 Cycling Co.) took a...
  14. Cyclocross
    Gagne's post-race Rocky Mountain Solo CX. © Cyclocross Magazine Editor's Note: This article is from our mud-loving friends at Cyclocross Magazine and originally appeared on cxmagazine.com. It was written by passionate cyclocross racer Molly Hurford and Cyclocross Magazine founder, Andrew Yee...
  15. Cyclocross
    Katie Compton's new Trek Crockett cyclocross bike. © Cyclocross Magazine Editor's Note: This article is from our mud-loving friends at Cyclocross Magazine and originally appeared on cxmagazine.com. It was written by passionate cyclocross racer Molly Hurford. Visit them for your daily cyclocross...
  16. General Cycling Discussion
    Lars van der Haar's Giant TCX Advanced. Earlier this week we told you about the historic feat of Lars van der Haar. Last Sunday, the young Dutchman from Team Rabobank became the first rider - man or woman - to win a UCI cyclocross World Cup race aboard a bike spec'd with disc brakes when he...
  17. General Cycling Discussion
      Clearly Voigt likes his new bike. In the days leading up to the start of the USA Pro Cycling Challenge, everyone's favorite German head-banger cyclist got two pieces of great news. First Voigt, one of the most popular riders in the pro peloton, signed a new contract to ride for the...
  18. General Cycling Discussion
    We won't know for sure until racing kicks off at the upcoming 100th running of the Tour de France, but top GC contender Alberto Contador will likely be aboard his Specialized Tarmac SL4 with SRAM Red groupset and Zipp 202 wheels as he chases yellow jersey glory. Throughout the tour, Contador...
  19. General Cycling Discussion
    When the Amgen Tour of California peloton rolls away from the start line in Escondido on May 12, Nate English and his 5-hour ENERGY presented by Kenda Racing Team will be among the 16 squads battling for Golden State bragging rights. Underneath English and his teammates will be the Devinci Leo...
  20. General Cycling Discussion
    Perhaps no other sport requires a bigger life shake-up than professional cycling - especially if you weren't born in Western Europe. Take Joe Dombrowski. Two years ago, he was an engineering student at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia, which is about 45 miles from his hometown of...
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