Getting To Know Jeremy Ferguson

While many have picked either Zach McDonald (Rapha-Focus) or reigning U23 US National Cross Champion Danny Summerhill (Felt-Holowesko Partners) as the favorites but Jeremy Ferguson (California Giant/Specialized) is coming to the race to win. “I think top 3 is doable but I’m going there to win for sure.” Ferguson said a few days ago. The…

Craig Claims First Even Cross Single Speed Title

Dressed in what he called his single-speed shorts, daisy duke style, 2008 mountain bike Olympian Adam Craig (Rabobank Giant) blew away the competition in front of his hometown crowd to earn the first-ever singlespeed national title. Third-place finisher Aaron Bradford (Specialized-Onsite Ultrasound) rode out front for the first couple of laps before Craig was able…

Racing Cross for a Cause

World Bicycle Relief, a non-profit providing access to independence and livelihood through the power of bicycles, has partnered with a majority of the nation’s top Cyclo-cross racers and Visit Bend to organize activities in the name of philanthropy alongside the Cyclo-cross National Championships in Bend, OR December 10-12th, 2010. The weekend will incorporate a cycling…

USGP King Powers Talks About His Victory

It was a long time coming and a hard-fought duel to the heart pounding end for Jeremy Powers (Cannondale p/b Cyclocrossworld.com) but he pulled out the overall win at the Greenware Gran Prix of Cyclocross along with 4 individual USGP wins. Earlier this year, I asked him, repeatedly, if he could chase down his teammate…

Powers Delivers The Goods In Portland

It was a knock down, drag out nail-biter of a race to close out the Greenware US Gran Prix of Cyclocross. Two riders, Jeremy Powers and Tim Johnson, friends and teammates on the Cannondale p/b Cyclocrossworld.com, were tied on points and whomever finished first would win the overall. The two were locked in battle for…

Luna Riders Dominate Stanley Portland Cup

Katerina Nash, Georgia Gould and Amy Dombroski completed a total Luna podium on the second day of the Greenware US Gran Prix of Cyclocross Stanley Portland Cup. The three Luna team mates were off the front from the start of the race. Nash then put some distance into second place and USGP overall winner Gould,…

One Down, One To Go For Powers In Portland

At sixteen points down in the Greenware US Gran Prix of Cyclocross Standings, Jeremy Powers (Cannondale p/b Cyclocrossworld.com) knew what he had to do at day 1 of the Portland Stanley Cup and that is win. Much simpler said than done but Powers pulled it out, taking advantage of a mechanical that befelled his last…