With the advent of Grinduro, a new format of dirt road races was born. Another event to adopt the part enduro and part “gravel” race is the Cascadia Super G. Taking place on February 4th, yes, it’s soon, in the Capital Forest of Olympia, Washington, the Super G takes place on a 56 mile loop on some of the most scenic roads in the area. Entry to the event is $65 and on-site camping is available. For more information, including registration, head to the Cascadia Super G website.
It looked like a real wet and wild time at the 2017 Cyclocross World Cup in Fiuggi this weekend.
I’d love to see more from this event in Budapest!
Between the snow and the temperatures falling on this year’s CX Nats course, it looked like one hell of a good time.
Racing doesn’t always have to be blood, sweat and tears…
Man, this looked like one hell of a course. Congrats to everyone who braved the elements to bring home the gold.
Since its inception, the Transcontinental Race has been one of the most thoroughly-documented, self-supported endurance races. Here’s another look into what racers experience on this painful trek across Europe.
This looks like a good time, especially that Johnny Drum swig! Don’t miss out on future events in Denver, follow Team Meow on Facebook.
Well, ‘cross was coming and now it’s just about gone. Portland’s season ended with another Cross Crusade at the ever-challenging Barton Park.
You can’t have a ‘cross season without a Halloween race, especially in Portland! To see some photos from the Halloween Cross Crusade, head over to River City Bicycles.