Crosshairs Radio Episode 107 | Jeremy Powers

Jeremy Powers returns to Crosshairs Radio to chat about the past year, Aspire Racing, fatherhood, the CXNATS battle with Stephen Hyde, the crazy Cyclocross Worlds track, rounded rotors and the continuing disc brake debate, and the future.

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3 thoughts on “Crosshairs Radio Episode 107 | Jeremy Powers

  1. Good discussion.
    I don’t see any reason why CX shouldn’t be in the Olympics. Being in triathlon as it gained Olympic status and then beyond, it definitely does change the sport a bit, but I don’t think it would be as extreme with CX, as it is another cycling discipline and not a new sport.
    Would be great to see other countries become more competitive with CX in the Olympics. Would France have some of those juniors (who are always successful at Worlds) become great elites? Would we lose less athletes to the road (Maybe Boom, Stybar, and now Wout would stick around in CX)?

    Powers has done so much for CX over the last decade plus. Sad to see him slowing down and or retiring (both from a racing AND personality/pushing the sport standpoint).

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