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 Men 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.
How To Watch: 2020 UCI Cyclocross Tabor World Cup
Nov 25, 2020The UCI World World Cup cyclo-cross calendar opens up this season with its first round Sunday, November 29th, in Tabor, Czech Republic.
Photo Gallery: The World Champions Return At Essen Cyclocross
Dec 9, 2019With many riders opting out of this weekend's racing at Ethias Cross in Essen to focus on the Zonhoven Superprestige on Sunday or to focus on a training block before the next round of World Cups, the fields were quieter than normal without racers like Annemarie Worst or Mathieu Van der Poel.
Photo Gallery: The Terrifying Beauty Of The Zonhoven 'Pit'
Dec 9, 2019
How To Watch GP Mario De Clercq Live
Oct 7, 2017GP Mario De Clercq will be streaming live on FloBikes.com along with the full DVV Verzekeringen Trofee Series. Sunday's broadcast begins at 11:42am GMT or 6:42am CST.
Trek CX World Cup Results
Sep 24, 2017Results for Elite women and Men form the Trek CX World Cup
Sweeck's Sweecking and Noble Hopping: Five Vegas Takeaways
Sep 23, 2017On Wednesday night, as the lights began to dim on CrossVegas’ final show in Sin City, a huddle of men — one wearing Mardi Gras beads, another shirtless — shouted, “SWEECK, SWEECK, SWEECK,” from the base of the finish line stage, upon which the podium sat.