Category: Housekeeping


Cyclocross. Sport of the Future.

November 15th, 2011 — 3:31pm

Hey everybody! We’ve got all new shirts with an all new design.  A design we are confident will appeal to everyone. It doesn’t matter if you are a brain trapped in the body of a game show hostess, an aspiring kickboxer who doesn’t want to sell anything bought or processed or buy anything sold or […]

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Do Your Dogs A Favor: Get Some Swiftwick CXHairs Socks

June 6th, 2011 — 2:16pm

Give me your tired, your poor, your muddied feet. It’s sock time once again at the CXHairs and this time we have something pretty sweet for you to sport for the upcoming ‘cross season. The all new, five-inch cuff, In The Crosshairs sock. Featuring our iconic … thanks to Public Enemy and Sarah Palin … logo […]

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Making Movies

April 20th, 2011 — 9:51pm

Last December we traveled to Philadelphia to film the Bilenky Junkyard Cross race. An incredible event that is as much a Bilenky Cycle Works open house and holiday party as it is a race. The race footage from that day got a lot of play on the Internets, which was really cool. About a month ago […]

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Dolla’ Dolla’ Bill Y’all

November 23rd, 2010 — 2:26am

I have a whole lot of Howard County Double Cross content to upload. So much, that I’m not sure where to start. Spent today moving along some MABRAcross business and now it’s all CXHairs for the next day or so. We did some cool interviews at Schooley Mill, helmet-cams for Rockburn and Schooley Mill and […]

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Be Back In A Bit …

October 15th, 2010 — 4:41pm

Hey cyclocross people. We took a little break here at CXHairs to get in some off-season beach time. No Internet connection but great roads to ride and an amazing seashore. Fear not, though. Plenty to get to next week, including Hyattsville CX helmet cam and DCCX preview videos. For those looking for a Granogue preview, […]

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Bill of Goods

September 3rd, 2010 — 9:31pm

The CXHairs commerce department is full up for the season. Socks, shirts, caps and stickers. All ready to make you the mackest cyclocrosser this side of Antwerp. The easiest way for you to get a hold of the good stuff is to catch me at a race. I will be at both days of Charm […]

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More NAHBS Images

March 8th, 2010 — 1:58pm

A little off-season housekeeping will be taking place at CXHairs over the next month. For starters, we are testing out a new image gallery app. Here is a sample of my images from February 27 in Richmond at the Shimano North American Handmade Bicycle show. Many of these photos were first published at Cyclocross Magazine […]

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More NAHBS Coverage

March 2nd, 2010 — 1:40pm

We had so much to share from this past weekend’s handmade bike show that it took three Websites to cover it all. Along with continued coverage right here, you can also find CXHairs.com provided words, pictures and videos at our friends’ sites. Cyclocross Magazine (www.cxmagazine.com) has a short article and gallery up from Saturday at the […]

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CXHairs At NAHBS In RVA

February 26th, 2010 — 2:44pm

We are heading down to NAHBS in Richmond, Va. tomorrow for a full day of handmade bicycle goodness. Hope to have a slew of pictures and video. I have a couple interviews set up but could always do more. Let me know your ideas. Leave a comment or shoot an e-mail using the link on […]

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Cross Clinic Odds And Ends

August 25th, 2009 — 1:37pm

Dan Tille of Fulcrum Coaching and Chris Mayhew of JBV Coaching organized an outstanding cyclocross clinic this past weekend featuring Cannondale/Cyclocrossworld.com rider Jeremy Powers. It was an incredible way to get focused and motivated for the upcoming season. I will be posting some interviews and lessons learned from the event in the next day or […]

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