Archive for May 2010


Where’s The Love? Tour of California CX Classification Update

May 22nd, 2010 — 3:17pm

“@CXHairs what, no love for Jones on the AToC cx rider GC?” -Tweet from @cjonez It’s embarrassing enough that we left out some of the United States’ best ‘crossers from our Amgen Tour of California CX Classification. But what is even more embarrassing is when one of the guys we omitted calls us on it.* […]

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Tour of California CX Classification Update

May 21st, 2010 — 3:20pm

After posting yesterday’s Amgen Tour of California CX Classification standings, Jeremy Powers got in touch to help lay down some guidelines for the competition. First, to better define the field, only riders that podiumed in a UCI cyclocross race are eligible for the CX classification jersey. This makes it easy to eliminate the occasional ‘cross […]

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Tour of California Cyclocross Classification

May 20th, 2010 — 12:09pm

Yesterday’s Tour of California stage featured top-notch cyclocrossers in a long break that made it within 10 kilometers of the finish before being caught by the pack. Former Cyclocross World Champion Lars Boom (Rabobank) and Jeremy Powers (Jelly Belly), the U.S. top-ranked CX racer, were joined by Canadian Rob Britton (Bissell), who has toed the […]

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BikeReg.com MABRAcross Releases 2010 Schedule

May 11th, 2010 — 3:48pm

The BikeReg.com MABRAcross Series for 2010 is turning it up to 11. Eleven races, that is. With three new venues joining the ranks, the Mid-Atlantic Bicycle Racing Association’s cyclocross series, MABRAcross, will have ‘crossers toeing the line on almost every weekend from September through November. New to the MABRAcross series are the Winchester Apple Harvest […]

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Secret Offseason Training Plan Revealed

May 8th, 2010 — 1:10am

For those of you out there that race ‘cross first and foremost, this time of year is typically referred to as the offseason. Many ‘crossers are racing on the road to keep sharp but others are just starting to come out of hibernation to pack on the base miles. For me, it has always been […]

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