Wout van Aert and Lucinda Brand wrap up World Cup overall with world championships approaching next weekend.
Two world champions take victories in first of a pair of warm-up races ahead of the 2021 world championships next weekend.
'Cross racing returns with low-key race that Alvarado and van der Poel both sat out.
Elite and under-23 world championship events will go on as planned, albeit ‘behind closed doors.’
The Italian climber is hoping his recent foray into cyclocross will help him once he returns to the road.
Clara Honsinger, Katie Compton, and Curtis White named to Team USA for 2021 UCI world cyclocross championships
Honsinger has two podiums in the abbreviated 2020-21 season while 15-time national champion Compton hopes to improve on her fourth-place finish from 2020 worlds.
Van Aert dedicates victory to wife and six-day-old son as he takes fourth national title.
Belgian pro cyclocrosser Justin Laevens says he hopes to be an example for other LGBT+ athletes who are 'still in their shell.'
There was A LOT of cyclocross racing through the holidays, and the world championships are now just three races away. Here's what we learned from the festive 'cross calendar.
Van der Poel unstoppable after going solo from second lap, Betsema betters Lucinda Brand and Ceylin del Carmen Alvarado.
Van der Poel and Vas both dominate in races that saw reduced start sheets ahead of Sunday's World Cup round in Hulst.
Alpecin-Fenix doubles up at X20 Trofee Baal.
Reduced startsheet saw Van Aert, Pidcock, Brand, del Carmen Alvarado all sit out the Belgian race.
Organizers defend their decision to push on with the waterlogged Dendermonde race that saw some riders thriving and some just surviving.
Racing played out on a stormswept course with axle-deep mud and standing water that left riders sinking knee-deep into swampy grass.
Chaotic men's race takes several contenders out of contention in opening laps while women's race comes down to tight five-way battle.
US cyclocross champion is riding high through the European winter and looking to carry momentum toward the worlds.
Van Aert hoping there's more success to come as further clashes with Mathieu van der Poel and Tom Pidcock loom on the horizon.
Van Aert takes first 'cross victory of the season at X2O Trofee, Del Carmen Alvarado ends unlucky streak with peerless performance.
Stuck in Belgium for the holidays, rising UK star will join new Ineos Grenadiers teammates in January training camp.