Train with Grain Bike Winner

by Cassidy Stockton

Bob hands over possession of the Focus Mares Bike to Train with Grain winner, Harvey Visser. Harvey was very pleased to win the bike and promised to be back for Cross Crusade this fall.


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Race Report: Euro Racing Campaign: Part 1

by Maureen Bruno Roy

Just 10 days after Nationals, we re-packed the bikes and bags and headed to Belgium for the biggest week of cross races in the World. I had made arrangements to compete in one World Cup and three UCI races and was excited to redeem myself after Nationals. It would be

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Photo by Lyne Lamoureux, After crashing on 1st lap, Maureen Bruno-Roy clawed back to finish 21st

Race Report: Baystate Cyclocross & Stanley Portland Cup

by Maureen Bruno Roy

Hi everyone!  It’s hard to believe the Cyclocross Season is almost over!  This Sunday I will be lining up against the best in the nation to compete in the US Cyclocross National Championships in Bend, OR.  There will be live coverage provided by our friends at Cyclingdirt.  You can watch

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Race Report: 20th Annual Cycle-Smart International 11.10.10

by Maureen Bruno Roy

This weekend we got to stay home and race “locally” in Northampton, Ma. The Cycle-Smart International was celebrating its 20th year in the running with some slight changes to its classically fast, flat and challenging race. I was looking forward to racing and hoping my legs were feeling good after

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There are many styles for shouldering your bike, find the one that works best for you before race-day.

Training Tips: Shouldering the Bike and Traction

by Maureen Bruno Roy

Shouldering the bike: I promise that your pedals will jab you in the sacrum at some point in time, but it’s good to practice lifting the bike from the down tube onto your shoulder, placing your right arm around the front of the head tube and your hand gripping the

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Steel Cut Oats make a great breakfast 24 hours before a race.