It’s Time for Cyclocrossing

It's Time for Cyclocrossing

As the leaves start to fall, the thoughts of most enthusiastic riders turn to racing around trails and fields on just slightly modified road bikes with knobbly tyres.

Cyclocross bikes offer a good alternative to spending the fall and winter on a road bike on wet roads, and they may even be a better option than a mountain bike for all-terrain fitness.

Cross bikes come with tyres of varying knobliness and width to deal with the demands of off-road biking, and usually with disc brakes. This technology is starting to be part of road bikes, but several more years will pass before disc brakes are widely accepted on the road.

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Written by Stephan Blake

Stephan Blake is a cycling enthusiast and rides hundreds of miles every season. On rainy and cold days, he does weight training and high-intensity training to support his cycling performance.


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