Christian Rocha is THE MAN. He is the organiser of the Bern World Cup race and I can’t recall how or when we first met, but him and I have..
I always try to be impartial. Though, what I do is rarely a matter of life or death and so I seldom face serious ethical dilemmas. Also, I..
Last week’s Trek CX Cup was cooler than in previous years, but this weekend’s Jinglecross is bringing almost proper cyclocross weather. It..
It’s Hoogerheide time, which means the last big race before the World Championships. As the fate of most World Cup overalls have already b..
Better later than never, as the saying goes. I had to return my rental car last night by 10pm, so I just didn’t have the time to post a bl..
I don’t remember very well the times when Christmas meant uninterrupted family time – starting shooting cyclocross coincided with moving t..
Namur always delivers. It’s a hard, technical course, a spectacular race every year. It didn’t disappoint today either. Tom Pidcock’s win ..
The Zeven round of the cyclocross World Cup was a bit of a non-course last year, in the sense that the course didn’t really offer much exc..
I will remember Bogense for many things, but the wind and the cold will be on the top of the list. I vividly remember chatting to a friend..
Koksijde did not disappoint. It was dark, it was grim, it was windy, and unlike last year, it actually took place. As the first race of th..