Van Der Poel And Van Aert Set For Cyclocross World Championships Title Bout
Feb 4, 2023The cyclo-cross world championships, which opened on Friday with the Dutch winning the mixed relay, will culminate on Sunday with a showdown between two of the sport's biggest stars Mathieu van der Poel and Wout Van Aert.
UCI Cyclocross World Championships Clash of Titans in Hoogerheide
Jan 29, 2023Brace yourself for a clash of the titans at the 2023 UCI Cyclocross World Championships on Feb. 4-5 in Hoogerheide, Netherlands. We are going to see Mathieu van der Poel against Wout Van Aert and Puck Pieterse and Fem van Empel going head-to-head after a season-long slugfest every weekend.
The Tour Down Under Is Back - Route Preview And Favorites
Jan 16, 2023
The Tour Down Under is back, we preview at the 2023 route and the favorites for the race.
Chris Froome In Spotlight As Tour Down Under Returns
Jan 14, 2023Chris Froome headlines a stellar cast at the Tour Down Under when road cycling's World Tour season launches in Adelaide next week.
USA Cycling Cyclocross Nationals Return To Hartford
Nov 30, 2022The USA Cycling Cyclocross National Championships returns to Hartford, Connecticut, for the first time since 2017. Racing begins on Tuesday, Dec. 6, with the amateur categories.
Multitalented Rider Needed To Win 2022 USA Cross Nationals
Nov 29, 2022
A multitalented rider will be needed to win the USA Cross Championships on December 11 in Hartford, Connecticut.
Antwerpen World Cup Will Be Technical & Fast Racing
Nov 29, 2022
Antwerpen World Cup expected to be technical and fast cyclocross racing. We preview the 8th round coming up on December 4th.
World Cup Hulst Welcomes Pidcock/Van Der Poel Sunday
Nov 22, 2022
The Cyclocross Hulst World Cup round will see Mathieu van der Poel, Tom Pidcock in action - we examine the course and favorites.
Three Favorites For Women's 2022 Beeske Bergen Cyclocross World Cup
Nov 11, 2022The fifth stop of the UCI Cyclocross World Cup series takes place this weekend in Hilvarenbeek, Netherlands at the Beekse Bergen Safari. Beekse Bergen is a new and unique venue on the World Cup circuit. The course features a sandy beach, and the surrounding safari is home to over 1200 animals.
Three Favorites For Men's 2022 Beeske Bergen Cyclocross World Cup
Nov 11, 2022Beekse Bergen Safari will play host to the fifth stop of the UCI Cyclocross World Cup series that takes place this weekend in Hilvarenbeek, The Netherlands. A new cyclocross venue for the 2022-23 season, the safari boasts a sandy beach and over 1200 animals living on-site.
Top 10 Women Transfers For The 2023 WorldTour Season
Nov 10, 2022
Jessica Alexander of FloBikes counts down the top women's transfers of 2023. In 2023, teams such as AG Insurance-Soudal Quick-Step are investing into womens cycling and many other teams are growing their programs across various cycling disciplines.
Marianne Vos Will Put The Youth To The Test In Maasmechelen
Oct 28, 2022Marianne Vos, eight-time UCI Cyclocross World Champion is set to enter the World Cup fray this weekend in Maasmechelen, where she will have to contend with a new wave of cyclocross talent.
Tour De France Femmes Avec Zwift Takes On Col Du Tourmalet In 2023
Oct 27, 2022The second edition of the women's Tour de France will start from Clermont-Ferrand on July 23 next year, race director Marion Rousse announced on Thursday.
Mountains Dominate 2023 Men's Tour De France Route
Oct 27, 2022The 2023 route for the men's Tour de France unveiled Thursday passes across all five of the nation's mountain ranges, favouring climbers such as 2019 champion Egan Bernal.
Top Women Favorites For The 2022 Fayetteville UCI Cyclocross World Cup
Oct 12, 2022The second round of the UCI Cyclocross World Cup takes place this weekend in Fayetteville, Arkansas, and boasts a nearly identical startlist to the Waterloo World Cup. The Fayetteville ‘OZ Cup’ course will be familiar to many, as it hosted the UCI Cyclocross World Championship earlier this year. There is a good possibility of rain the day before the Elite racers hit the course so the course conditions could race differently than the fast, dry conditions in January at World Championships.