Last year’s Battle Royale was such a successful event that Morvélo decided to bring it back for another round in April. Head over to Morvélo Battle Royale for more information.
Two of professional cyclocross racing’s top women spend an afternoon in a Caravan, discussing their careers. Translation brought to you by CX Hairs.
This looks really great:
“The USA Cycling Cyclocross Development Program focuses on international training and racing with the aim to make an impact in World Cup and World Championship competitions. This short excerpt was filmed during the busy holiday race period (December 2014) and shows young American cyclocross racers (Jr Men, U23 Men, Women’s Youth) training near Vorselaar, Belgium and racing in Loenhout, Belgium.
Under the direction of Head Coach Geoff Proctor, the program achieved strong results in its build-up to the world championships in Tabor, Czech Republic in late January, 2015.”
See more at Story House Film.
We all know Geoff can design great bikes, but here’s a new video showcasing his talent.
… some videos just make you wanna get on your bike. In the Alps. Like, now. 48 switchbacks of fun! See more at Cani Sciolti Valtellina.
Just a reminder, the Blackburn Ranger program applications are in by the 15th of February. Read up on what the ranger program is below and apply at Blackburn.
Perhaps you watched the UCI Cyclocross World Cup in Heusden-Zolder women’s race? Perhaps you did not. Whatever your answer is, perhaps you could use some more CX Hairs?
In First Lookout, Ben Johnson captures the experience of an early morning climb up Cypress Mountain, high above Vancouver’s skyline. Nice work Ben, looking forward to more!
The history of the Humu within the Kona lineup dates back to 1992, mountain bikes were a lot different back then, which might explain its early design. Double top tube, moto-inspired handlebars and the body language of a beach cruiser, moreso than a MTB.
These days, simpler can still be better and just as fun, which is why the modern Humu comes with Kona’s original P2 fork, but gets modern upgrades like sliding dropouts, disc brakes and 29 inch wheels. Now let’s see some footage of it shredding dirt!
Check it out at Kona.