Gone Gravel?

Sick of tarmac? Keen to get off busy roads? Longing to explore new routes? Maybe get a little dirty, while gripping drop handlebars? A Gravel Bike could well be the answer. Here are our top tips for Gravel. Seek the Smooth While hard-packed tracks can be ridden almost like tarmac roads, loose gravel corners, descents […]

Eli Iserbyt repeats as X2O Badkamers Trofee champion

Toon Aerts triumphed in Sunday’s final round of the X20 Badkamers Trofee on a snowy, windy, technical course at the University of Brussels campus, but fellow Belgian Eli Iserbyt successfully defended the title he won last season when the series was called the DVV Trofee. Aerts added Sunday’s victory to a round of the Superprestige […]

Season 2020/21 Cyclocross Round Up

The cyclocross season is in its last weeks and thanks to the Dutch website WielerFlits we have all the statistics for a full run-down on the season long cyclocross series. The World championships and the World Cup had already been decided and last weekend the Superprestige went to Baloise Trek riders Toon Aerts and Lucinda […]

New world champ Brand secures Superprestige series crown

Lucinda Brand closed in on cyclocross’s Grand Slam as the new world champion secured the Superprestige series in Saturday’s final round on a muddy course in Middelkerke, Belgium. Brand came third and is now poised to win the World Cup, World Championship, Superprestige and X20 Trofee. Denise Betsema prevailed on the day, taking her fifth […]

How Did The Dutch Dominate The Cross Worlds?

Dutch World Domination: Last Sunday there were four cyclocross rainbow jerseys on offer in Oostende and Holland won all of them. Of the twelve medals, Holland won eight and the kings of cross, Belgium, only won three. So why were the men and women from the Netherlands so good? Because they all learnt their trade […]

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