Utah Cyclocross 2012 Series Season Wrap Up

Utah Cyclocross 2012 Series Season Wrap Up

Utah’s mild fall and winter might have made for the driest and cleanest season in memory, but it also helped the series enjoy some of the highest turnout on record. The 12-race series rarely had to deal with harsh elements and the result may have been some of the most competitive races around. Alex Grant took advantage of a late season surge – and the absence of two of his top competitors – to claim the season title in the Men’s A division by just three points over Park City youngster Keegan Swenson.…

Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah Announces Host Cities

The Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah organizers announced the host cities for the 2012 event. The six day, UCI 2.1 rated stage race will be held from August 7-12, 2012 and will feature 16 teams, including at least five top pro teams.…

Walker and Rollins Win Cyclocross 2012 National Championships; Walker Second in 2012 Worlds

The 2012 USA Cycling Cyclocross National Championships took place near Madison, Wisconsin in January. Nearly 150 of the country's best 45-80 year-old cyclo-cross bike racers tackled the course at Badger Prairie Park on an unseasonably warm January day in Wisconsin. In the women's 50-54 competition, the action came late in the race. Kris Walker (Pocatello, Idaho/The Contender Club) built a lead approaching 15 seconds heading into the last of the four-lap affair.…

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