Sep 10, 2017
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words: Sean Couley     photography: various Aussie riders The second race of the Quiansen Trophy UCI C1 Cyclocross Series was held in the town of Yanqing approximately two hours north of Beijing in close proximity to the Great Wall of China. Conditions on race day were hot, with a fair amount of humidity thrown […]

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Sep 05, 2017
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words: Sean Couley     photography: @auscxmag team   Now in its fifth year, the first of two races of the Quiansen Trophy UCI C1 cyclocross was held in Beijing on Sunday. The course in the south eastern part of Beijing has a unique set of challenges as the dry dusty course in challenging in […]

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Aug 31, 2017
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words: Sean Couley     photography: provided by Fields of Joy CX   Well, there you go… International UCI level Cyclocross has arrived in Australia and ask anybody that was there and they will tell you with emotion in their voice that the weekend was a success. So many memorable events were witnessed over the […]

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Aug 09, 2017
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words: Louis Stibbard #lookoutforlouis     photography: Tim Loft and Jeff Curtes Mud. Speed. Atmosphere. All the elements of great Cyclocross racing were en pointe in Adelaide for the 2017-18 Cyclocross National Championships and the 2017 National CX Series Round 4. The weekend will go down in the annals as a great spectacle, with almost […]

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Jul 18, 2017
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Focus Attaquer CX Team have it down to a fine art, even including their water bottles…   What? Wait… is that even a thing!   Yes, it is! In this day and age of social media and with marketing managers trying to re-invent the wheel by cutting advertising ‘sponsor correctness’ is becoming even more important […]

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Jul 04, 2017
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Image courtesy of Freewheel Images   Following our winner Scott and his training journey with JBlood, we caught up with them both following the first National Round in Bright – where Scott got PB’s all weekend! Chris: Were  you pleased with how Scott raced on the weekend? I’m happy that Scott made an improvement from […]

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Jun 07, 2017
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The season has begun and JBlood Adventures coach Chris Jongewaard has had more time to get to know competition winner Scott Rettino. With any plan there are always ups and downs but it is how you deal with issues that makes the difference and this is where a good coach can help. Let’s see how […]

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May 01, 2017
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words & photography: Christine Carter (Editor of @auscxmag)   Why I  don’t race CX ‘Race:  to compete with another or others to see who is fastest at covering a set course or achieving an objective’. Race? That is a foreign word to me, we weren’t brought up to be competitive but rather to just ‘do our best […]

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Apr 19, 2017
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Almost two months after we announced Scott Rettino as the winner of our current magazine’s competition to be coached by JBlood Adventures Chris Jongewaard we caught up with both Coach JBlood and Scott to see how they are going so far… From JBlood:   Has Scott been doing all the training you have asked him […]

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Sep 11, 2016
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words & photography: Sean Couley   For the second of the two UCI C1 races within China the event moved to the Beijing suburb of Fengtai Changxindian in the south west of the city. Riders would again be faced with very hot conditions above 30 degrees on a purpose built Cyclocross course for the event. […]

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