Belgian breakout quits factory job, earns world championship selection, gets pro contract in two month turnaround.
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Three-time cyclocross world champion knows this weekend's course well after winning rainbows there in 2014.
German veteran predicts fireworks in the elite men's cyclocross worlds: 'My prediction is Van Aert.'
The Ineos Grenadiers rider believes Van Aert is the favorite to take the cyclocross world title.
The two-time world champion on the new generation of cyclocross stars and how he would like to see the sport grow.
Ceylin del Carmen Alvarado dominates women's race, closes in on Superprestige title
Pidcock may not beat Wout van Aert and Mathieu van der Poel at the February worlds, but all of cyclocross loses if he doesn't start.
Racing against the elite women, Jorja Bond learns that being comfortable with the uncomfortable is an important milestone.
Dutchman finishes second to Wout van Aert in sandy race.
Shirin van Anrooij masters Koksijde sand dunes to take convincing win ahead of Fem van Empel.
Cyclocross is measured by individual results, but there's a strong team behind every ride.
Pieterse rides away with another victory and Brand nudges into series lead in women's race.
Henry Rapinz reveals how riders try to maximize rest and recovery during the frantic ‘kerstperiode’ in Belgium.
Ineos Grenadiers star will race only one more CX race before pivoting to the road and the spring classics.
Elsa Westenfelder on the balancing act between racing in Europe and planning her collegiate future.
Cyclocross: Two of the 'Big Three' sat out, and a familiar cast of characters filled the void.
Pidcock on his best race yet against the 'Big Three': 'I got a new sauna. I haven't used it yet'
Puck Pieterse holds lead wire to wire in the women's elite race.
Twelve US junior riders will race some of the iconic races on the cyclocross calendar. Check VeloNews for rider diaries in the coming days.
Cyclocross: Clash of the titans lights up the Superprestige race at Zolder as Alvarado wins to narrow gap in series lead.
The 18-year-old is stepping up into the elite ranks of road and cyclocross after blitzing the juniors.
Pidcock on sandy podium at Zilvermeercross: 'It will always be difficult for me in the sand. I train on it, but I'm not getting any better at it.'
Cyclocross: Shirin van Anrooij wins with Clara Honsinger riding into the top-10 with eighth.
The American hopes that she can use her cyclocross season to get off to a flying start on the road.
Cyclocross: Jumbo-Visma's top stars map out calendars on the way to worlds at Hoogerheide in February.
Four-time US national 'cross champ talks race commentary, and the challenges facing CX in the wake of huge growth of gravel.
Horror day for Pauwels Sauzen-Bingoal's other two toppers as Fem van Empel and Eli Iserbyt both crash heavily and abandon.
White rode to his first nationals victory on this fluorescent green bike on Sunday.
Van Anrooij is in the club of talented young CX riders, but she also shines on the road. It's a difficult balancing act, but she's making it work.
Ireland hosted a thriller event as Fem van Empel and Wout van Aert came out on top, providing top-notch entertainment along the way.
Eric Brunner kept his title defense close on a snowy day in the Northeast.
Dutch sweep the podium with Puck Pieterse and Denise Betsema in second and third.
When do the 'Big Three' face off this month? Here are the dates you need to know.
'There are going to be some battles' — here's what the cyclocross stars said after Sunday's sandy sprint in Antwerp.
Van der Poel surges clear in the opening laps and keeps Wout van Aert and Tom Pidcock at bay in Antwerp battle through the sand.
UPDATED: Van Alphen blazes to win, Betsema slots into series lead in tight women's race.
Van Aert, Pidcock and Van der Poel cross swords Sunday in Antwerp in action-packed cyclocross weekend.
Pidcock, who is still close to his Tour weight of 58kg, believes he’s at a significant disadvantage compared to his much heftier CX rivals.
Cyclocross's "big three" are destined to face off Sunday in Antwerp.
The Dutch rider broke her right hand in a training crash in October and had to have surgery.
Dutch ace clicks back into race mode at World Cup Hulst this weekend ahead of 'cross worlds, spring classics, MTB, and Tour de France.
The decade-defining rivalry resurfaces seven times this winter as two terrors of cyclocross head toward world championship clash.
Here's a look at the cyclocross world champion's new rainbow-flashed bike – both with and without mud.
Belgian star playing catch-up after recent sickness as he builds toward clash with archrival Mathieu van der Poel at 'cross worlds.
With multiple world titles at just 18-years-old Zoe Bäckstedt has the world at her feet, but she's taking it one step at a time.
Sweeck uncorked an unbeatable sprint to the line at the World Cup stop at Beekse Bergen.
Shirin van Anrooij wins her first career World Cup race with well-timed late-race attack to fend off favored Fem van Empel.
Pidcock will race his first cyclocross events since Fayetteville but still has not confirmed if he will defend title in February.
Lars van der Haar fights back to second after several crashes with Laurens Sweeck rounding out the podium for third.
European cyclocross championships: Fem van Empel bounces back from early mechanical to win women’s race
The 20-year-old rising star suffered a mechanical on lap one but stormed to victory in Namur.
Organizers have said that the three riders have confirmed their intentions to ride the event on November 27.
The former European cyclocross champion hasn't raced since February after returning a positive test for a breast cancer treatment drug.
The French rider suffered a series of mechanical issues on her debut for Ineos Grenadiers.
The Briton's full cyclocross calendar remains unknown.
The American cyclocross champion on being thrown into European racing, defending her Koppenbergcross title, and racing the spring Classics.
Clara Honsinger takes fourth, Pauline Ferrand-Prévot's racing return is hampered by a mechanical problem on second lap.
Young American finishes almost a minute clear of his closest rivals to take the biggest win of his season.
'As I roll up to the start line, my arms shake with a mix of anticipation, excitement, and nerves. I know I have done everything possible to prepare,' writes Elsa Westenfelder.
'Later in the evening, as we talk through the course in our evening pre-race briefing, all my anxiousness melts away as I know I am as prepared as I’ll ever be,' writes Elias Saigh.
'For me, inspiration comes from our crazy start in the Tabor Men’s Junior World Cup,' writes Ben Stokes.
There are not many boxes left for Marianne Vos to tick, and as of this weekend's national gravel champs, there’s one box less to fill.
Newly signed Ineos Grenadiers rider all-in for MTB gold in Paris, plans to return to cyclocross.
American Eric Brunner hits fourth in the men's race.
The Chicago-based CX rider's analytical approach to the sport is paying dividends as she rises through the ranks.
From cyclocross to track racing, and cycling documentaries and random YouTube rabbit holes, there are plenty of ways to feed the racing fix.