Dan Seaton admits he's at a loss to predict the 2017 UCI World Cyclocross Championships, which mean's it's bound to be great racing.
Mathieu van der Poel is finally emerging from another layoff due to knee injury. Cyclocross needs him, as does his key rival Wout Van Aert.
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U23 cyclocross racer Femke Van den Driessche may face a lifetime ban and a hefty fine of 50,000 euro.
The grand finale of the cyclocross season, world championships, in Zolder, Belgium, had controversy, drama, and plenty of muddy action.
UCI official: “For the UCI, this is the first time we have established a technical fraud and for us that’s a downer. Most people are bewildered."
Wout Van Aert is keeping a cool head ahead of the season's biggest race in front of the home crowd on Belgian soil this Sunday.
The cyclocross World Cup wraps up with muddy wins for De Boer and van der Poel in Hoogerheide.
Mathieu van der Poel wins fourth straight World Cup, van Aert takes overall
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Zonhoven's sand pit delivers a thrilling race as Cant and Van Aert triumph in the second round of the Superprestige series.
The 23-year-old American rides to second place Sunday in the Netherlands, fulfilling a goal of landing on a World Cup podium.
Cyclocross world champ Mathieu van der Poel will miss all of October due to knee surgery, delaying his start to the fall season.
Cyclocross world champion Mathieu van der Poel is delaying the start to his fall season as he recovers from knee injury.
Under-23 Belgian cyclocross champ Sweeck cleared by Belgian Cycling Federation due to insufficient evidence.
Elisa Longo Borghini takes the long road from a wheelchair to the top step of the podium at the Tour of Flanders
The 38-year-old survives the wind and rain to capture victory in the northern classic
Dan Seaton analyzes Etixx's loss in Omloop Het Nieuwsblad, which the team followed by winning Sunday's Kuurne-Brussels-Kuurne
It's been a hard slog for Ian Stannard, who fought back from a broken back and wrist to top the podium once again at Omloop Het Nieuwsblad
20-year-old Mathieu van der Poel's ’cross worlds win means more than simply pulling on the rainbow stripes, writes Dan Seaton
Gage Hecht didn't win. He didn't even make the podium. But he heard the announcers and fans calling his name, and he'll definitely be back
Sven Nys will tackle the Tabor world championships course aboard a custom-painted Boone with a massive 48-tooth big ring
After a tumultuous lead-up to worlds, Meeusen is cleared to race, unsure of form, but hopeful to seize an opportunity to win
The oldest man in elite international cyclocross is not slowing down, even though he plans to retire after next year
Eli Iserbyt and Laurens Sweeck, both Belgian, will toe the line in Tabor as outright favorites in the junior and U-23 races, respectively
The 2015 cyclocross world championships in Tabor may offer a rare opportunity to dethrone reigning women's champ Marianne Vos
Young guns like Van Aert and van der Poel set to shake up cyclocross world championships as the old guard fights to stay on the podium
The World Cup season comes to a close ahead of next weekend’s world championships
As a doping investigation continues in Belgium, Telenet-Fidea star Tom Meeusen is implicated and will not be included on the world's team
Thick, soupy mud greeted the competitors at the Belgian national cyclocross championships, and Dan Seaton was there to capture every move
Geoff Proctor talks about the new development program that is giving American 'cross racers a chance to tackle the European circuit
With podium finishes in junior races during the Belgian Kerstperiode, the 16-year-old American looks poised to take a run at 'cross worlds
Dan Seaton breaks down the reasons why these two cyclocross stars will compete in the U23 race at the world championships next month
Strength, smarts and teamwork pay off at Omloop Het Nieuwsblad for Sky, which is better known for its stage-racing prowess
In Belgium, says Stybar, cyclocross is number one, and the people will love their sport regardless of whether the world champion is racing
If 'cross is to grow (the Belgian variety, at any rate) it must break out of the tiny corner of Europe in which it enjoys its widest appeal
A bad start, a crash, an asthma attack — Compton piles a season's worth of misfortune into a single race as Vos rides a flawless defense
Dan Seaton takes us on a tour of the course that will determine who wins the cyclocross world championships this weekend
Superprestige president Etienne Gevaert says he wants a month of elite cyclocross in the U.S., but the UCI is tying his hands