On Episode 26 of Crosshairs Radio we talk to Arley Kemmerer about being a full-time cyclocross racer and a full-time … Continue reading Crosshairs Radio Episode 26: Arley Kemmerer
Here’s sixty seconds of excitement from the Wednesday Night Spins. If you haven’t been to one, this is the in race look at what your missing. Thanks to Sean O’Donnell for only crashing a few times with my cameras strapped to his bike. Continue reading “Wednesday Night Spins Highlight Video”
March granted us five Wednesdays this year, which meant week four of racing at Crystal City BID’s Wednesday Night Spins was not the last time we will see everyone in the garage for 2016. Because we mix it up with a cargo/tandem/bike-share/anything-goes race and a fixed-gear race on the final night, it meant that two of our categories had their series finales in week four. The hotly contested women’s series will finish up this week. Continue reading “Crystal City Wednesday Night Spins Race #4”
YESSSSSSSS, finally its World Champs time! The BIG WEEKEND IS HEEEEERRRREEE!
I know I’ve said it before, but I do think it’s more of an achievement to win a series than to be the one who got it right on one day, but it’s Rainbows up for grabs and the one race lottery is the way it goes. It’s also the weekend where we meet riders who have not ridden in Belgium before or who ride other disciplines and, for some reason, decide to get their CX on. Continue reading “AFI: Heusden-Zolder-World Championship (Day 1)”
On episode 25 of Crosshairs Radio we welcome Gavin Haley to the show. This episode also marks the first show on the Wide Angle Podium Network. We are excited to be part of the network. It’s a great opportunity to give listeners, like you, an opportunity to find and support high-quality, fun podcasts. So go to www.wideanglepodium.com, become a member, check out the shows, and put them all in your ears. Continue reading “Crosshairs Radio Episode 25: Gavin Haley”
Ellen Noble signs with Jeremy Powers’ Aspire Racing team. Here are the details from the Aspire Racing presser:
Southampton, MA (March 18, 2016) – Jeremy Powers, four-time U.S National Champion, 2015 Pan-American Champion and owner of Aspire Racing announced today the expansion of his program with the addition of Ellen Noble for the upcoming 2016-17 cyclocross season. Continue reading “Ellen Noble Signs With Aspire Racing”
Week three of Crystal City BID Wednesday Night Spins turned out to be another great one. Close races in every field. A women’s event that continues to be the highlight of the night. And a nice crowd of spectators watching the spectacle while enjoying beers, grilled cheese sandwiches and Acme pie. Continue reading “Crystal City Wednesday Night Spins Race #3”
In case you were unable to make it to the two day celebration for Sven’s retirement, Golazo has put together … Continue reading Merci Sven! (Best of) Video
Not only did the Singlespeed Cyclocross World Championship leave the United States for the first time ever, but those crafty Canadians even got Telus, a telecom company, to fund a damn fine looking short film. From the looks of it, Victoria put on a top-notch event. From racing to riding to partying, this one hit all the right notes. Continue reading “SSCXWC15 Video”
[Editor’s Note: And yet another “A Fan In” posts to file under “Better Late Than Never.” The races may be memories but the stories are still worth sharing.]
Another weekend and another World Cup. We head over the border to the Netherlands town of Hoogerheide, which means one thing … data roaming!
I like this course. Or should I say, I did, but I had been told of changes so I was looking forward, with some trepidation, to seeing what that was all about.