The North American cyclocross tribe descended on Cincinnati this past weekend for the King's CX race weekend. Kerry Werner (Kona-Maxxis) and Curtis White (Cannondale-Cyclocrossworld.com) took the men's elite races, while Maghalie Rochette (Specialized-Feedback) won both days in the elite women's events. Photographer Dejan Smaic was there to capture the action.
U.S. cyclocross national championships wrapped up Sunday in Louisville, Kentucky with a muddy, slippery final day. Katie Compton dominated the women’s elite race, while Stephen Hyde won his third consecutive elite men’s title after a back-and-forth battle with his Cannondale-Cyclocrossworld.com teammate Curtis White. There were crashes. There were victory salutes. There was even some post-race […]
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