• Training for Cyclocross

    Submitted by Kim Welk on September 18th, 2018

    Cyclocross, once considered the red headed stepchild of bike racing, has gained vast popularity in the US. It requires some varied talents and it favors hard men/women. There are two key areas that cyclists should focus their attention on toRead More

    • Back for 2018, The Chesaux Cup

      Submitted by 303cycling on September 5th, 2018

      For Cyclocross race fan Loni Sue Jenkins, the series of events that make up the Chesaux Cup will never be just another a race series. The Shimano Cycle X Series, the Chesaux Cup is a living, breathing, rolling memorial to a man who lived and breathed the sport. Read more

      • The DK100 – 2018

        Submitted by 303cycling on June 20th, 2018

        How do we get into these things?  What were we thinking? This time it was late fall 2017.  A friend that had fallen in love with cyclocross season started to look into gravel riding and decided we needed to do this too.  I borrowed a bike from her and we went for a ride. It was fun, it was different. Let’s give it a try. The Dirty Kanza Events are lottery driven and no guaranteed entries.  We put together teams so that we could all go or not go and not leave anyone behind. We registered when the lottery opened and waited for lottery day in January. Read more

        • Boulder’s EVOL U23 ‘Cross racers got to Worlds!

          Submitted by 303cycling on February 13th, 2018

          UPDATE: CycleCross (CX) World Championships were held in Valkenburg, Netherlands earlier this month. The US team was made up 9 athletes, all of whom live or train in Colorado. Those are: U23 Men/Women – Eric Brunner (EVOL), Maxx Chance (EVOL),Read More

          • Colorado turns out strong at Cyclocross Worlds in Holland

            Submitted by 303cycling on February 12th, 2018

            Colorado had a tremendous showing at Cyclo-cross Worlds in Holland last week. Taking top honors was, as usual, Katie Compton, who had a tough battle with the eventual winner Sanne Cant. Katie brought home a silver medal, which was the top performance by an American, only 12 seconds behind Cant. Read more