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!
River City Bicycles from Portland takes another look at the recent Cross Crusade in Cascade Locks. I don’t know about you, but I love these videos!
Photos by Carlos Alejandro
For 2015, Team Richard Sachs got together with House Industries once again to design the palette for their bikes. This year’s colors are more subdued, hitting notes of silver, yellows, green and black. Along with their newly-designed team skinsuits, these bikes will continue to rip courses apart throughout the Northeast this season. Check out detailed photos below and be sure to stay in tune with all things ATMO at Richard Sachs Cyclocross.
Check out more information at the event’s Facebook page.
River City Bicycles made a video showcasing the latest Cross Crusade race at Alpenrose. If you’ve never been to one of these races, you really should check one out at some point. Total ‘cross Mecca.
‘Cross is in full swing and that means tons of videos are coming in through the site. I enjoyed seeing our homies at King Kog rip Gloucester!
Cycleast, PHENOM Cycle Club and All-City are running Urbocross in Austin this year, with one race and one race only this coming Wednesday, September 30th at 5:30pm. Meet up at Cycleast to roll at 6:00pm to an undisclosed location.
The race is free, with equal prizes for men and women’s podium, plus a raffle for all participants so you don’t have to win to win.