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  • Racing Cyclo-Cross In Belgium

    You simply can't beat racing cyclo-cross in Belgium. From the passionate crowds that show up at every level of race to the friends you'll make after gritting it out for 40 or 60 minutes - a few weeks or months racing in Belgium is not to be missed.
    On this website we aim to provide you with the knowledge and tools you need to get the most from your trip to Belgium. We want you to experience the country, the racing, the people, and the atmosphere just like we have over the last six years.



It is that special time of the year – Kerstperiode or as it is called in North America “The Holy Week of Cyclocross”. Yes, it is cyclocross madness time. Starting on Saturday Dec. 22 and up until the first week of January, the race calendar for elites and masters cyclocross racers is packed full. This … Continue reading


How To Be A Cyclocross Fan

As you know, we’re both cyclocross racers and fans. This means we spend a lot of time at cyclo-cross race venues. Typically Marc’s race is early in the morning (10 a.m. or so) and Vicki’s race is in the early afternoon (2 p.m or so) – we like to arrive two hours before Marc’s race … Continue reading


Good Luck Marc!

Today Marc is off to Belgium for six weeks of cyclo-cross racing and training. Stay tuned for some stories and race reports from Marc as he races with the fast guys in the Masters races in Belgium and Holland. Here are some pictures of Marc racing in Belgium during the past five seasons:


What Should I See When I’m In Belgium?

Belgium has so much to offer when it comes to being a tourist. From quaint small towns to historic war sites to bustling cities – there really is something for everyone. You’ll find a great mix of museums, churches, shopping streets, coffee shops, war memorials, and charming little villages. Really whatever type of tourism you … Continue reading

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How Many Wheels/Tires Should I Bring?

Of all the questions we get asked, this one has to rank as one of the most popular. The blunt answer to the question: “how many wheels and tires should I bring” is – this depends on what you have! You definitely want to be racing on tubulars and please make sure your tubulars are … Continue reading


Do I Need A Pit Bike And A Pit Man?

Whether you need a pit bike and someone to work the pits for you really depends on the purpose and goals of your trip. If you’re coming to Belgium for a couple of weeks with the goal of squeezing in a couple of races in between sight-seeing, then chances are high that you don’t need … Continue reading


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