And so, the final round of the Super Quaich is upon us. 200 or so of the best, bravest (daftest?) cyclocross riders will thunder around the old dock at Bo’ness, all vying to be nummer één, the top dog, the bossest.
Four days later and I am still finding dry bits of mud in the house. The back of my car looks like it’s had its own music festival and the front isn’t much better. BPGP. That was a wee bit muddy. Last Sunday was a day of high wind and heavy rain, which was falling upward […]
Heusden-Zolder lies in an area which used to be known as the Land of Birdsong The Cyclocross worlds are almost upon us. As I type, the Junior race starts in approximately 36 35 hours, and by late Sunday afternoon all the rainbow jerseys will have been dished out. Will Mathieu van der Poel double up and […]
The first iteration of the DoonBank Trofee was held in late 2014, and was one of mud, mud, off-camber, and mud. It holds a place in my mind as Doom Bank, due to how tough the course was. The organizers of the 2016 version had chosen to move the race to a new location in Rozelle […]
And so, my friends, it is time to prepare for the final round of the Cyclocross World Cup. It has been a rollercoaster of a season, which has taken us from the sublime to the ridiculous, from the Las Vegas desert to a French menagerie. And now we get to do it all one more time, […]
Today was my first taste of competitive cyclocross action in 2016. And I wouldn’t have missed it for the world. Rouken Glen is a fantastic, natural arena, and the course organizers made great use of the features to create a challenging parcours that was also fun to ride. The icing on the cake was the […]
First of all a ‘Happy New Year’ to all you lovely people out there who are reading this- welcome to the first post of 2016 on moto3. It has been a busy few weeks since my last post. ‘Holy Week’ has been and gone, and we had the small matter of the various national championships […]