1986 Guinness Cyclo Cross in the Phoenix Park

Take a trip back 28 years to the final round of the Guinness sponsored cyclocross series. This round takes place on a frosty morning in the Phoenix Park in Dublin with 31 brave riders taking on the 1.1 mile course which goes up and down the banks of the Magazine Fort. Checkout www.muse-ette.com for more great action from the...

First glance at 2015 BMC kit

The BMC team have also reduced the amount of black on the gear just like Colombia, to try and help them stand out in the peloton next season.

Colombia team kit 2015

“Because black has become the dominant color in the peloton, we now chose yellow.” say Colombia about their new 2015 kit. It looks kind of black to us! “When we chose black as main color, in 2012, we were one of the very first to do so, if not the first, but now black has become the dominating color...

16 year old beats the pros to become Colorado Cyclocross State Champion

At only 16 years old, Gage Hecht (Alpha Bicycle Company) took on the top men in the pro race at the Colorado States championships and came out on top. With heavy snow coming down course conditions were tough but the youngster gave a master class in technical ability far beyond his years. Here are the highlights from the pro...

2014/15 JAPAN Cyclocross National Championships

Japan had their Cross Championships yesterday and you can catch all the highlights right here from the snowy Sportsland in SUGO,MIYAG.

Irish Cyclocross Champs 2015

We are delighted to partner with the hosting club, McNally Swords cycling club to promote the upcoming championship events scheduled for the 11th of January. For details simply use the Champs menu link at the top of the page to register and find out all you need to know about the event. We will be posting updates...

SoCalCross Santa Cross Race, Woodland Hills California

We love on-board footage from cross races. You can feel the nervous tension on the start line as riders make last minute adjustments to the gear choice and do the last second turn of the cranks to make sure the chain is lined up. Then they are off... This action is of lap 1 of 7 at...

Lost – The Frank Vandenbroucke Story

A new book is to be published in April on Belgian cyclist Frank Vandenbroucke which looks very interesting indeed. This is the book description. Frank Vandenbroucke is the great lost talent of world road cycling. Born in Mouscron in Belgium in 1974, he went on to race for three of the biggest professional teams on the world circuit – Lotto,...

The tougher the better – Fran Meehan ready ahead of the Cyclocross National Championships

by Caroline Martinez Reigning National Cyclocross Champion Fran Meehan has been dominating the domestic scene for the past few years. With five national jerseys under her belt, the Tullamore woman, fully intends on keeping her green and white skinsuit for another year. Competition is however as big as ever with even more women taking on the sport recently. The battle...

“He was a real vindictive piece of work” Chris O’Dowd talks about his role in Lance Armstrong film

Roscommon-born actor Chris O'Dowd has been cast as David Walsh in the film Icon, which is based on Walsh's book Seven Deadly Sins. He spoke to Newstalk about the forthcoming film. The film will tell the story of Walsh's pursuit of Lance Armstrong and is directed by Stephen Frears. It will also star Ben Foster as Armstrong, Guillaume Caney as...

Sam Bennett set for early season test at Tour of Qatar

Sam Bennett has been named amongst the provisional starters for his Bora - Argon 18 team for the Tour of Qatar in February. However, the Carrick-on-Suir rider will be up against it, as amongst the other names listed as provisional starters are many of the best sprinters in the World. Included amongst those set to start are Marcel Kittel (Team...

“If five positive cases in one season are not enough for further investigation, then it’s over”

The organisers of the Dutch race, the Arnhem Veenendaal Classic have said that cycling teams with a doping past are no longer welcome at their race. They made this statement on Friday out of dissatisfaction with the decision to grant a license for the World Tour to Astana, a team with five recent doping cases. Race Director Thijs Zonneveld said that...