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Stu Thorne – The Man Behind Cyclocrossworld.com

Posted on 06. Mar, 2012 by .

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Almost every weekend during the cross season, you can find Stu Thorne working on a bike, paying attention to detail and making everything run smoothly, or as smooth as possible, for his Cannondale p/b Cyclocrossworld.com team. A high pressure environment where a small mistake can cost his rider a victory, and yet he seems to […]

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Johnson – “it’s a whole different ballgame”

Posted on 30. Jan, 2012 by .

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Most of the Americans and most other riders in the field were out-gunned on the specialist course in the elite men’s ace at the Cyclocross World Championships in Koksijde, Belgium. Only one rider, Ryan Trebon, finished in the top 20. Surprising outcome after better results this year at World Cups, or were they?

“That’s not unexpected.” veteran Tim Johnson…

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Top 20 For Trebon At Cross Worlds

Posted on 30. Jan, 2012 by .

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On a tough course in Koksijde, Belgium, only one American, Ryan Trebon, survived the blazing speed to finish on the same lap as the winner of the Cyclocross World Championships. He finished in 18th place.

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Johnson, Powers And Trebon Talk Nationals

Posted on 06. Jan, 2012 by .

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Only three days until the best American cyclocross races battle it out for the Stars and Stripes at the USA Cyclocross National Championships on Sunday in Verona, Wisconsin. There are four strong favorites coming into the race, Jeremy Powers (Rapha Focus), Ryan Trebon (LTS/Felt), Tim Johnson (Cannondale-cyclocrossworld.com) and Jonathan Page (Planet Bike). Defending champion Todd […]

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Powers vs Johnson, A Compelling Duel At Day One Of USGP Bend

Posted on 11. Dec, 2011 by .

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The day that many, if not all, US cross fans were waiting for finally happened today in Bend, Oregon – the Jeremy Powers vs Tim Johnson showdown and the battle between friends and former teammates turned out to be compelling drama.  The duel came down to a final sprint to the line where Powers, of […]

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Johnson – “it’s been a trying year”

Posted on 29. Nov, 2011 by .

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It had been 377 days for Tim Johnson (Cannondale-cyclocrossworld.com) to go winless at a UCI cross race before he raised his arms in victory this Sunday at JingleCross, and 73 days since his first race this year at CrossVegas. “Yeah it’s been frustrating but I’ve had good races and I’ve had frustrating ones also but, […]

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The Importance of the Pit Strategy

Posted on 28. Nov, 2011 by .

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When the course turns to muck which sticks to your bike making it heavier and heavier, getting a clean bike become of prime importance and the work of the mechanics during the race comes to the forefront. “The pit strategy and trying to get a clean bike, that was a big part of it.” said […]

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Johnson Wins At JingleCross – Finally!

Posted on 28. Nov, 2011 by .

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Finally, we can put all those nicknames aside. Tim Johnson (Cannondale-cyclocrossworld.com) finally won a UCI cross race this season on Sunday at Jingle Cross. Getting some flak for sitting out Saturday’s race on the three day weekend, Johnson came out flying on his bike equipped with disk brakes to take the front, battling only one […]

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Driscoll Solos To Win JingleCross Day One

Posted on 26. Nov, 2011 by .

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Finally, a win for Cannondale-cyclocrossworld. Jamey Driscoll soloed to win Jingle Cross Rock on Friday night after dropping his teammate Tim Johnson. After an early bobble, Chris Jones (Rapha-Focus) mounted a determined chase to finish second. Johnson was third.

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Louisville Is Definitely A World Caliber Course

Posted on 19. Nov, 2011 by .

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Last weekend, everyone was curious to see if the new course at the Eva Bandman Park in Louisville could deliver a high quality, world championship-level course for the Exergy US Gran Prix of Cyclocross weekend. And boy did the Louisville 2013 folks deliver. “Definitely world caliber, definitely one of the hardest courses we’ve done in […]

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