From ProVeloPassion The frozen conditions should make for an interesting race … I think it will be a small group or a solo win on Sunday with such a hard track. -Maxx Chance In three years as an underRead More
Cyclocross. How does one begin to describe it? It involves racing laps over varied terrain with supportive derision (heckling) and obstacles like sand, mud, barricades, steep ups and downs, ridiculous turns and off-camber things most people wouldn’t choose to ride willingly. Read more
By Cheri Felix I raced the Feedback Cup a few Saturday’s ago. It was everything I hoped it would be. The course was long with twists and turns like a great mystery. There was a steep uphill, an off camberRead More
From Cross of the North’s Facebook Page First off, I’d like to thank every individual that made the Cross of the North what it has become over the past 6 years – Our participants, our sponsors, our vendors, our officials,Read More
There are some products that have come into my life recently. Since I started racing cross and yes, if you race cross you tend to call it cross. We’d don’t say “I race cyclocross.” Unless of course you’re talking to someone who has no idea what it is and then yes, it’s better to start big and get smaller. But if you really want to be the life of the party or if you’re trying to push your spouse over the edge and determine if he really loves you or does he really want to spend the rest of his life with you start talking about embrocation and chamois cream. If you just don’t like him throw out words like ‘carbon fiber tampon’. That’ll do it.
CultCross is putting on what I believe is Colorado’s first ever CX Spring race this weekend in both Eagle and Gypsum. I think it is great to have cross in the Spring but given it is in the mountains I’m thinking they are doing this one a little early but hey, I bet the conditions will be better than Nationals were this year!!!! Read more