Trebon Sweeps Chicago CX Weekend

It’s official Ryan Trebon (LTS/Felt) is back, he announced loud and clear with his win on day two for a sweep of the Chicago Cyclocross Cup New Year’s Resolution weekend. His leg is recovered and his fitness is good after seven weeks away from racing but the way he won on Sunday was completely different.…

Trebon Returns With A Bang At Chicago CX

Everyone knew that the course with its straightaways and slow heavy mud, a power course, was fitted Ryan Trebon (LTS/Felt)’s skills perfectly but no one knew if the leg was okay. Well, Trebon answered that question with a bang on New Year’s Eve at the Chicago Cyclocross Cup New Year’s Resolution race. The tall rider…

Matter Vs Rapha Focus

With cheers of ‘go Brian’ heard around the golf course, Brian Matter (Gear Grinder) found himself in battle for the podium with one and then two Rapha-Focus teammates on Saturday’s Chicago Cyclocross Cup New Year’s Resolution. Though the Wisconsin-resident was definitely the crowd favorite, he was not able to match the 1-2 punch thrown at…

One On One With Chris Jones

A roadie first, Chris Jones, of Team Rapha Focus, is no slouch at cross racing. Forced off his bike at the beginning of the cross season due to an injury sustained at the Tour of Britain, he came back strong in the latter part of the cross season. One such race was Friday night at…

Wells Claims First Cross Win At Muddy JingleCross

On his penultimate race this season, US Cross Champion Todd Wells (Specialized) finally got his first cross win this year. Though he says that he doesn’t have his top fitness, Saturday’s race was all about finesse, choosing the right line and staying your bike. Hours of overnight rain continuing throughout the day turned the course…

Jones – “I get better every day”

The two days of racing at Spooky Cross couldn’t have gone any differently for Chris Jones (Rapha-Focus), though it is hard to tell by just looking at the results with two top five to his credit. On Saturday’s night race, the finale of the Cross After Dark series, Jones had a good position in the…

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…

Powers Makes It Two At UCI3

With a win each under their belt, a heated throwdown was expected from Ryan Trebon (Kona/FSA) and Jeremy Powers (Cannondale prepared by Cyclocrossworld.com) and boy did they deliver. Two laps into the race, it was mano y mano, Trebon’s power vs Powers’ technical skills – and a little extra in his choice of tires. After…

Trebon and Nash win muddy Mercer Cup

After some entertaining trashtalking on twitter, we finally had the battle between east coast and west coast in today’s USGP Mercer Cup p/b Knapps Cyclery in New Jersey. West coast came out victorious in round one as Ryan Trebon (KONA) dropped Tim Johnson (Cannondale-Cyclocrossworld.com) with two laps to go to take the win. The pair…