Trailside Dailies and Hilly Billy Roubaix

It turns out there really isn’t much of an offseason, anymore. And I’m okay with that. Since cyclocross season ended I’ve had the opportunity to grab my camera gear and get back to shooting and editing video. Something that I never have time to do enough of during a busy cyclocross schedule. And without a doubt, it’s been a pretty awesome summer. Continue reading “Trailside Dailies and Hilly Billy Roubaix”


CXHairs Goes to Le Tour (2016 Edition)

Editor’s Note: In The Crosshairs’ Grand Tour correspondent, John Kavouris, is once again at the Tour de France and capturing the sights for you, the viewer. Check out John’s work at and follow along here for another installment of offseason fun.

Rest Day Recap – Week 2

If you remember from last year, In The Crosshairs spent part of the off-season covering of week 1 of the Tour de France. It was a fun time, it was a tiring time, and it was a major learning experience. Part straight race coverage, part behind the scenes, part travel-log, it was an experiment, really, that happened to work out pretty well. At the bare minimum, I was able to start from zero, acquire a credential, drive like hell for 8 days, push the shutter button a few times, and arrive at the other side unscathed and with pictures that weren’t totally atrocious, in my opinion. Continue reading “CXHairs Goes to Le Tour (2016 Edition)”


GWENNESS And The Offseason, So Far …

Cross will be here soon enough. It seem like only yesterday we were watching Mathieu van der Poel win the World Championship and continue to cement his place, along with Wout van Aert, atop the new cyclocross hierarchy. But as of this post, we are only 89 days away (according to the countdown at from the beginning of the 2015-2016 cyclocross season. Continue reading “GWENNESS And The Offseason, So Far …”