What Is Cyclocross?

Cyclocross is like a mud run, but with bikes. Or like a bike race, but with mud. Races are generally 40-60 minutes, beginning with a flat out sprint from the start line. There's generally technical terrain and some elevation change, but courses loop around themselves and are only about 3-5 km long, so they're very spectator friendly.

We will be racing throughout New England, the heart of American cyclocross, and the mid-Atlantic. We'll hit up the largest races on the East Coast: Gloucester, Nittany, Providence, and our hometown Supercross race. 

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