After a long caffeine-free stint, Jeremy Powers and Sam Smith crack after the Boulder Cup
Watch two days of racing at the Providence Festival
Results from day two of the 2013 Providence Cyclocross Festival
Nash once again picks the right time to jump and rides a flawless final lap to sweep the race weekend in Providence
Results from round one of the 2013 Providence Cyclocross Festival
The Rapha-Focus rider overpowered a four-man lead group in the final lap of the men's race, taking the win with plenty of time to celebrate
The Luna rider escapes national champion Compton and Anderson to win the first race of the weekend
The Providence Cyclo-cross Festival will open Saturday with heavy hearts after Amy Dombroski's death on Thursday
Wil Matthews shoots a soggy day 2 of the 2012 Providence Cyclocross Festival
Results from day 2 of the 2012 Providence Cyclocross Festival
After Saturday's dry, windy weather, a bit of rain made for an entirely different type of racing on Sunday
Wil Matthews shoots day 1 of the 2012 Providence Cyclocross Festival
Results from day 1 of the 2012 Providence Cyclocross Festival
Wyman grabs an early lead and expands it en route to victory, but Powers faced a showdown with Trebon
G-Form LLC, which manufactures protective athletic gear and electronics accessories, saw an opportunity and stepped up
Ryan Trebon says he came into the season overtrained and is just hitting his stride after a win in Gloucester
Richard Fries waxes about New England Holy Week, the growth of cyclocross, advocacy and the world championships
Jeremy Powers is riding into ’cross season with not only the desire, but a responsibility to establish himself amongst the sport's elite
Expect good racing and good eating at the fourth annual Providence Cyclocross Festival
- 1. Mary Mcconneloug, Kenda-Seven-Notubes, in 37:48
- 2. Laura Van Gilder, C3 P/b Mellow Mushroom, at s.t.
- 3. Sally Annis, Crossresults.com P/b Jra Cycles, in 37:57
- 4. Andrea Smith, Ladiesfirst Racing, in 38:03
- 5. Arley Kemmerer, C3-Athletes Serving Athletes, in 38:09
- 1. Justin Lindine, Bikereg.com / Joe's Garage
- 2. Luke Keough, Champion System P/b Keough Cyclocross, at 00:17 U23: 1
- 3. Derrick St John, Stevens P/b The Cyclery, at 00:17
- 4. Shawn Milne, Ecv/mazda, at 00:17
- 5. Jeremy Durrin, J.a.m. Fund / Ncc, at 00:17
Justin Lindine (BikeReg.com-Joe's Garage) swept the Providence Cyclocross Festival in Rhode Island this weekend, riding away to solo victories on both Saturday and Sunday.
Mary McConneloug (Kenda-Seven Cycles) outsprinted Laura Van Gilder (C3-Mellow Mushroom) to win day two of the Providence Cyclocross Festival in Rhode Island.
- 1. Justin Lindine, Bikereg.com / Joe's Garage, in 58:44
- 2. Evan Mcneely, Emd Serono / Specialized, at s.t.:00:21
- 3. Weston Schempf, C3 Athletes Serving Athletes P/b Tw, at s.t.:00:29
- 4. Dylan Mcnicholas, Cyclocrossworld.com, at s.t.:00:44
- 5. Lukas Winterberg, Philadelphia Cyclocross School, at s.t.:00:44
- 1. Laura Van Gilder, C3 P/b Mellow Mushroom, in 40:30
- 2. Mary Mcconneloug, Kenda-Seven-Notubes, at s.t.:00:07
- 3. Sally Annis, Crossresults.com P/b Jra Cycles, at
- 4. Crystal Anthony, Ladiesfirst Racing, at
- 5. Sara Bresnick-Zocchi, Embrocationcycling.com, at s.t.:01:20
Justin Lindine (BikeReg.com-Joe's Garage) rode alone to victory on Saturday in day one of the Providence Cyclocross Festival in Rhode Island.
Laura Van Gilder (Mellow Mushroom) took day one of the Providence Cyclocross Festival on Saturday in Rhode Island.
Tim Johnson and Meredith Miller grab early leads and hold them.
The national champ edges teammate Jamey Driscoll as Annis outlasts Andrea Smith.
Festivus for the best of us: Cyclocross festivals in Ohio and Rhode Island draw the big names, while Oregon's Cross Crusade draws the big crowds.
Let the record show that upon crossing the finish line first Sunday in Rhode Island, Tim Johnson's first question was not about how his beloved Red Sox had fared in a playoff game that afternoon. Instead he asked how his Cannondale-Cyclocrossworld.com teammate Jeremy Powers had fared at the races in Ohio. Johnson made the Red Sox query next.
Tim Johnson (Cannondale-Cyclocrossworld.com) and Katerina Nash (Luna Chix) dominated the first day of the inaugural Providence Festival of Cyclocross in Rhode Island on Saturday. The race was held under dry, fast conditions at Roger Williams Park, a sprawling in-town venue strewn with duck ponds, a carousel, a zoo and a Parthenon-like stage that made a perfect podium. The park, which hosted the national cyclocross championships in 2005 and 2006, also was home to the Interbike trade-only bike demo days Thursday and Friday and a public bike expo this weekend.
Press ReleaseThe Providence Cyclo-cross Festival is happy to announce that all proceeds from the Festival’s food vendors will go to supporting several regional bicycle advocacy groups. The ‘Cross Fest will take place on Saturday, October 10 and Sunday, October 11 between 8 a.m. - 3 p.m. at the Roger Williams Park in Providence, R.I. and take place in part with the 2009 Interbike Festival.
Interbike Partners with GSD to Promote Providence ‘Cross Festival World’s Premier Bicycle Trade Show Brings Consumer Edition to New England PROVIDENCE, R.I. (Aug. 21, 2009) – For cyclists the approach of autumn has brought two things: cyclo-cross and Interbike. New England has always boasted it had the finest cyclo-cross in America, but the world?s largest trade show required a trip to Las Vegas.
Want to get a sneak peek at the latest and greatest in cycling gear? Here’s your chance — Interbike is adding two consumer days to its OutDoor Demo East show this fall. The show is scheduled for October 8-11 at Roger Williams Park in Providence, Rhode Island. The first two days are for the cycling industry only, but Saturday and Sunday will be open to the public.