I don’t know about you but I love seeing how other cities celebrate ‘cross season… Here’s how West Milford, NJ gets down.
As the final lap bell rings, Breadwinner Cycles drops this Holeshot Disc build on us. The Portland framebuilding duo have a few opinions about racing bikes, how they should handle and what components work for the Pacific Northwest’s muddy races, as evident in all those great Cross Crusade videos… Head over to the Breadwinner Flickr to check out more detail photos and as always, holler at the boys for ordering information.
Another weekend, another Cross Crusades in the Portland area… Seriously, this one looks so amazing.
The title of this post comes from an email someone just sent over that ended with “Have a great weekend in your new LA backyard!” I felt it was a good segue into some photos I shot today with my buddy Hans up in the Verdugo mountains, just a 20 minute pedal from my front door.
Weekends are great like that. Hope you’re taking advantage of the short days.
Oh man, Oregon knows how to throw a ‘cross race!
This past January, I flew from balmy Vancouver BC to a surprisingly frigid Austin TX to hang out at the US Cyclocross National Championships. The trip itinerary included meeting friends from the internet, watching some racing (the ones that didn’t get cancelled), and most importantly, racing John’s Crash Nationals Race. Unsanctioned “Bandit Cross” style races were new to me at this point in time and I didn’t really know what to expect… (more…)
Maybe there’s a reason ‘cross is so big in Portland…
’tis the season for some ‘cross footage!
With a 31mm depth, an external rim width of 28mm and an internal rim width of 21mm, it’s obvious ENVE wanted to make a cyclocross-specific wheelset for dedicated ‘cross athletes. Available as tubular-only, these made in the USA carbon wheels were designed specifically for the weekend races and are available in a variety of hub, freewheel and axle specifications. Head over to ENVE for more information.
Photo by Dylan VanWeelden
Portland knows how to do two things: party and throw races, but when they mix the two as it often goes, it becomes quite the spectacle. Dylan VanWeelden was there, capturing all the ruckus and it’s not to be missed. Head over to Dylan’s Flickr to see more!