Archive for August 2010

JBV Coaching & Fulcrum Coaching CX Clinic Photos

August 30th, 2010 — 11:48pm

JBV Coaching and Fulcrum Coaching hosted their second annual cyclocross clinic with rider Jeremy Powers at Rosaryville State Park in Maryland, August 28th. Over fifty participants joined JBV Coaching associate coach Chris Mayhew and Fulcrum Coaching president Dan Tille for a day of drills, instruction, entertaining commentary and friendly competition. Tille, Mayhew and Powers […]


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Powers To The People

August 25th, 2010 — 5:37am

In conjunction with the 2010 Fulcrum Coaching and JBV Coaching Cyclocross Clinic that takes place this Saturday, top U.S. cyclocrosser, Jeremy Powers, will be answering your questions at the Bike Doctor of Waldorf during a Friday night meet and greet. This free event, made possible by the Bike Doctor, Cannondale Bicycles and Swiftwick, is open […]

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USA Cycling Announces Cyclocross Rule Changes

August 12th, 2010 — 6:53pm

Here’s the press release just out from USA Cycling on rule changes for the 2010-2011 season. Some interesting changes vis-a-vis barrier height, number of obstacles, feeding and the pulling of lapped riders. Also, some clarification on hot topics tire width and disc brakes. There is no USA Cycling rule on minimum tire width. This remains […]

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He’s Your Cyclocross Hero?

August 9th, 2010 — 4:16pm

We all have our cyclocross heroes. For some its Sven Nys or Katie Compton. For others it’s that really fast guy in the pro/1/2 race. For me, it’s Edwin Moses. Not exclusively, but he’s definitely on the list. For those unfamiliar with Moses, he was the most dominant hurdler of the 1980s, winning gold medals […]

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