The Book of Cross: Chapter 2

Jeremy Powers and Motofish Coffee have put together another great chapter in the Book of Cross project. As much as I loved watching Behind the Barriers, my editor’s brain was doing a lot of cutting during episodes. Just a bit here and a bit there to tighten things up. We watched chapter 2 of the Book of Cross series, which covers Jingle Cross, and Jeremy’s relationship with Stephen Hyde, and it flew by. Editor brain didn’t engage once (okay, maybe once). Regardless, every scene is a good one. And the sand quarry training ground??? That is SPECTACULAR. Continue reading “The Book of Cross: Chapter 2”

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Sneak Peek And Map Of Asheville 2016 U.S. Cyclocross Nationals Course

The U.S. Cyclocross Nationals organizers released footage today of the nationals course that will be used January 5-10 in Asheville, North Carolina, on the Biltmore Estate. In theory, that’s awesome as we have all been eager to get a look. The disclaimer, here, is this isn’t the full lap, and none of the obstacles, like flyovers, are in place. The course isn’t marked either, since we are still a couple weeks out. But you get a look at the terrain, the change in elevation, the grass, off-cambers, and bike barn. For now, we will even forgive the peek/peak mixup in the title. Continue reading “Sneak Peek And Map Of Asheville 2016 U.S. Cyclocross Nationals Course”

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2015 CrossVegas Scrapbook

We have a couple more cards up our sleeves as far as CrossVegas-related content is concerned, but as far as the video interviews go, we are pretty much tapped out. Although the talking is all out there, the race footage and b-roll remains and there’s some fun stuff in there. So that it doesn’t go to waste, we have put together another scrapbook, similar to what was published for Nittany CX a couple weeks ago. Continue reading “2015 CrossVegas Scrapbook”

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Katerina Nash Interview: Post-Race CrossVegas

[EDITOR’S NOTE: The sound quality on the video at the bottom of the page suffers from a bit of wind noise. If you watched the race, or saw highlights, especially of the sand, you witnessed how bad the wind was at the race. Unfortunately, this wind picked up again as soon as we started our interview. It’s still worth watching, and you can hear everything fine, there’s just some unavoidable background noise that gets in the way here and there.]

Katerina Nash has won CrossVegas more than anybody, male or female. Her fourth victory at the Desert Breeze Soccer Complex in Las Vegas, Nevada, also gave her the lead in the UCI World Cup standings. Nash credited her victory on the knowledge of the course and familiarity with racing in Vegas. Continue reading “Katerina Nash Interview: Post-Race CrossVegas”

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