Archive for October, 2010

MABRAcross Front Runners Defend Verge Sport Leaders Jerseys On Series’ Biggest Stage

Posted on 22. Oct, 2010 by .

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With over 700 registered riders, DCCX, race #5 in the BikeReg.com MABRAcross Series, is one of the biggest shows in cyclocross the East Coast will see this year. It is also the battleground for several close Verge Sport MABRAcross leaders jersey competitions. After looking through the crossresults.com rankings, poring over the crossresults.com race predictor data, […]

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NECCS Returns to Action in Maine This Weekend

Posted on 22. Oct, 2010 by .

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The Verge New England Championship Cyclo-Cross Series presented by Cycle-Smart returns from a few weeks break with the Downeast Cyclocross Weekend at scenic Pineland Farms in New Gloucester, Maine. With clear skies expected, a repeat of last year’s mudfest is not in the cards, but the racing will be top notch. Despite many of the […]

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Working Man Schouten Racing At The Front

Posted on 21. Oct, 2010 by .

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Working man Tristan Schouten (cyclocrossracing.com/Blue/Rolf) has been finishing top 15, top 10 at cross races in the past but this year, he’s taken a huge step forwards, he’s battling with and besting pros. At the Planet Bike Cup, the opening weekend of the Greenware US Gran Prix of Cyclocross, Schouten made the lead group both […]

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On Tap: USGP Derby City Cup

Posted on 21. Oct, 2010 by .

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Oh it’s on at the Derby City Cup in Louisville KY this weekend, for the second stop in the hotly contested Greenware US Gran Prix of Cyclocross. In both the Elite Men and U23 Men overall standings, the top 2 riders are tied on points and the Elite Women’s race is wide open with leader Katie Compton (Planet Bike/Stevens) sitting the race out. Includes video highlights of Madison weekend.

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Healthy Elliott Is Back On Track

Posted on 20. Oct, 2010 by .

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Ask Natasha Elliott how she feels and she’ll smile and reply with a strong “Awesome”. That wasn’t the case for at least six months out of the past twelve when sickness took her off her bike. The 32-year old Canadian returned to training in July after finally getting the answer to what was wrong with […]

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Wicks, Dallaire Win Bloomingtoncross

Posted on 19. Oct, 2010 by .

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Barry Wicks and Nikki Dallaire both brought their ‘A’ games to ensure that Bloomingcross, the 6th stop of the oh-so-popular ZIPP OVCX series was more than a sandwich filler! Situated between the UCI3 weekend in Cincinnati and the USGP in Louisville, the Bloomingcross event in Bloomington Indiana always had the potential as a rest weekend […]

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Cyclocrossracing.com / Minuteman Road Club Cross Race Report

Posted on 19. Oct, 2010 by .

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The area known as Metrowest, just outside of Boston, is home to apple orchards, pumpkin patches, horse farms, and fall foliage that draw persons out from the Route 128 corridor every autumn weekend. Sunday, October 17th added another reason to come out, as the Cyclocrossracing.com / Minuteman Road Club Cross Race took place at the […]

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Myerson And Mt Khakis At A Crossroad

Posted on 19. Oct, 2010 by .

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Due to economic pressure, Mt Khakis came to a crossroads and will be moving down to the elite level next year. Rider and team manager Adam Myerson explains the decision and also the impact on his own future with Cross Worlds coming to the USA – racing masters or pro?

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Record Participation Prompts MABRAcross Race Day Schedule Change

Posted on 18. Oct, 2010 by .

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There is no disputing it, the BikeReg.com MABRAcross series is bigger and better than ever. So big, in fact, that the series is making a minor change to its race day schedule to accommodate everybody that wants to participate. Starting October 24 with DCCX, BikeReg.com MABRAcross series race #5, the Masters 55+ category will begin […]

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Miller is Serious About Pink

Posted on 18. Oct, 2010 by .

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Throughout the month of October, Meredith Miller and her teammate Teal Stetson-Lee have been sporting a pink California Giant/Specialized kit. The color has meaning. Back in the spring, team director Anthony Gallino asked Miller if she wanted to wear pink for the Breast Cancer Awareness Month. “It’s for a good cause and I like pink […]

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