On Episode 15 of Crosshairs Radio we talk to Adam Myerson. Cyclocross racer, road racer, business owner, husband, dad … Adam wears a lot of hats. In his last season as a professional racer, we caught up with Adam from team camp in Athens, Georgia, as his athletes prepare for U.S. Nationals.
We have a great conversation about how he got into cycling, his time spent on the European cyclocross commission and his thoughts on the state of U.S. cyclocross. We also spend some time analyzing some of your favorite European cyclocross stars’ technique. It’s a fun chat with some food for thought on why technique matters, where U.S. cyclocross goes from here, and what’s up with those increased pro license fees.
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3 thoughts on “Crosshairs Radio Episode 15: Adam Myerson”
This is the best one yet. Technique discussion was fantastic. Regardless of level/experience, there is benefit to listening to it. Thanks so much!
Bill – I can’t figure how to review and rate a podcast in iTunes – can you put specific instructions in your show notes. Sorry – ?. Thanks for your work.
Agree with Scott, best one yet. Refreshing to hear such open and frank commentary on Euro/US CX . Good discussion on technique, and in particular the critique of LVDH’s bike position. I never thought of weight over the front wheels as being a critical factor in hitting corners but this gives me something to work on for next CX season….