Sport & Auto
- About Future
- Digital Future
- Cookies Policy
- Terms & Conditions
- Investor Relations
- Contact Future
Take a gander at a wealth of Italian machines from the halls of Eurobike
BMC shows off design and manufacturing capability with project bike
Tejay van Garderen's BMC, Alex Howes' Cervelo, and more
Custom front end for fast and flowy handling
By Steve Medcroft Sixteen top American cyclo-cross racers are assembling in Belgium this weekend to...
By Steve Medcroft
Sixteen top American cyclo-cross racers are assembling in Belgium this weekend to take part in U.S. cyclo-cross national team coach Geoff Proctor's now annual 'cross camp. Based out of the Belgian home of USA Cycling's U23 road program director Noel Dejonckheere, Proctor, a high school English teacher from Helena, Montana, has organized ten days of focused European 'cross racing for the elite group.
Held over the 'cross crazy Christmas-to-New Year's holiday, the camp gives U.S. racers the chance to immerse themselves in cyclo-cross and get in a major block of training leading up to January's UCI Cyclo-cross World Championships in Zeddam, the Netherlands. The group will include twin-towers Ryan Trebon and Barry Wicks and espoir phenom and younger brother to newly-crowned U.S. National Champion Todd Wells, Troy Wells.
Check back on Cyclingnews in the coming days for a full interview with Proctor about the camp, the development of U.S. talent and America's chances at World's.
Juniors: Danny Summerhill, Bjorn Selander, Alex Howes, Chance Noble.
Espoirs: Jesse Anthony, Troy Wells, Morgan Schmitt, Brady Kappius, Dan Neyens, Mitch Peterson, Adam McGrath.
Elite Men: Ryan Trebon, Barry Wicks, Jeremy Powers, Eric Tonkin, Jon Baker.
Diegem SuperPrestige (C1): Saturday 24 December*
Wachtebeke: Sunday 25 December* (juniors only)
Hofstade WCS (not World Cup for Jrs/Espoirs): Monday 26 December
Loenhout GVA C1: Wednesday 28 December*
Hooglede WCS: Saturday 31 December*
St Niklaas C2: Monday 2 January
Surheisterveen (Holland) C2 Wednesday 4 January*