The women's blazingly fast start last year, with Kemmerer taking the hole shot - photo by Todd Prekaski

Verge New England Cyclocross Series continues at Baystate CX

The legend of Baystate Cyclocross graces Sterling, MA this weekend for Rounds 9 and 10 of the Verge New England Cyclocross Series. This classically brutal New England course, crafted by renowned course designer Tom Stevens, challenges racers with off-camber sections, punchy climbs, and twisting corners. Arriving to meet the challenge will be top-notch racers from…

The Elite men stampede onto the race course - photo by Todd Prekaski

Berden Wins, Nash Sweeps Providence Cyclocross Festival

New England’s Holy Week of Cyclocross came to a spectacular close on Sunday, as racers battled for dominance on the second day of the Providence Cyclocross Festival. Record numbers of racers participated in – categories of racing, including six amateur, junior, and masters categories that are part of the season-long Verge New England Cyclocross Series.…

Many riders participated in the lap of silence for Amy Dombroski - photo by Todd Prekaski

Powers, Nash take wins at Providence Festival of Cyclocross

If there was ever a question, the Providence Cyclocross Festival clearly asserted itself this year as the biggest race in United States cyclocross. The festival includes three days of racing and other cycling-related activities in Providence, Rhode Island, including a newly added day of racing on Friday. This weekend closes out New England’s Holy Week…

Tim Johnson staying upright through the slick-as-glass mud last year. In stark contrast, this edition of PCFcx will be dry and fast - photo by Todd Prekaski

Expanded Providence Cyclocross Festival Draws Top Racers

The grand finale of New England’s Holy Week of Cyclocross will explode with fast-paced action this weekend, October 4th, 5th, and 6th, at the Providence Cyclocross Festival. This newly expanded event is truly a festival of cyclocross, with new singlespeed races, Madison team races, and fat tire races on Friday, October 4th. Prior to Friday’s…