USA Cycling recently announced the line up for the US team at the World Cyclocross Championships coming up on February 1-2 in Switzerland. Eight of the 25 participants are from Colorado. Last month at the Cyclocross National Champions, dozens ofRead More
By Khem Suthiwan International Women’s Day wouldn’t be complete without recognizing a few of the leading ladies in cycling, both past and present. So many to choose from, but only so much space on the interwebs, so here are theRead More
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
Compton has faced and defeated a long list of strong Americans at the national championships. She’s confident that 2018 will bring another victory.
GOLDEN, Colo. (BRAIN) — Feedback Sports is returning to Mol, Belgium, for the 2017 UCI Masters CX World Championships Dec. 1-2.
After testing the waters last year, Feedback co-founders, Doug and Lisa Hudson are heading back to race again. This time they are bringing two additional employees: Katie Macarelli (marketing manager) and Will Allen (product engineering) to race as well. They will also be providing the official warm-up tent on the beach of Zilvermeer for all riders to use. Read more
The 2017 Primal Colorado Bike Expo went off despite mother natures best efforts to toss ice pellets in its path… the Friday Night Lights crit and Street Sprint races went as scheduled, with tons of high energy excitement. Read more
The most successful elite cyclocross racer the U.S. has ever seen, Katie Compton heads to Hartford, Connecticut to race nationals on Sunday. If she wins, it will be her 13th title at the event. Read more
Women’s CX Champs – Elite women’s Colorado cyclocross field reflects Katie Compton’s 12 years of constancySubmitted by 303cycling on December 21st, 2016
A core group of local women riders finished in the top ten, continuing their consistency over the past five years. Read more
I’ve had three major realizations over my very short time as a “bike racer”.
I’m not very motivated by “winning”. I like to race for fun (this came as no surprise).
There aren’t enough women out there who race (for fun or otherwise).
When I find such a women, I immediately try and befriend her simply because we have at least one thing in common: we get joy out of riding our bikes fast(ish) around others. Read more