SOUP BÆS CX
The highs and lows from the off-road adventures of the Soup Bæs CX season 2018.
The path to national championship glory is paved with blood, sweat, tears, mud and sangiovese.
It didn’t come home for England, but cyclocross finally came home for us at MCLCX.
A tale of heaven and hell, sin and forgiveness, and the return of DDCX to Darebin Parklands.
Turns out the opening weekend of the snow season is the perfect setting for Alpine CX.
Like football fans on tour we went in search of the sunnier CX vibes of Adelaide.
Put on your Polo Ralph Lauren and your RM Williams, it’s time to go cyclocross racing.
Weird that the first race for the 2018 Victorian CX series would be held in remote Afghanistan.
Cyclocross, a movie, a pasta night, and a tough route that had us feeling very un-al dente.
AVB bestowed us with the honour of helping put on the waviest day on 2 wheels.
Australia’s first ever internationally sanctioned CX race? Of course we’re gonna be there!
Among stormy skies we drop in behind enemy lines with eyes on green and gold bands.
A tropical cyclone rolled in for MCLCX, but some tempers were still hot.
Mid season break over, we are back racing cyclocross…and diving among tropical waters.
The biggest double header weekend outside of the national champs: Alpine CX.
We returned to icy cold Ballarat for a night of racing, pizza and hypothermia.
In a truly unique setting, the Sam Miranda winery hosted the final round, and the Victorian state championships for 2016. For the last time this season glory was on the line, prosecco the reward.
The sun was out, bottles were being popped and the flag of the Cayman Islands swayed beautifully in the breeze. Despite it still being winter, our friends at MCL put on a wonderfully tropical day of cyclocross.
The Premium Autumn package had been purchased for this Alpine cyclocross double header weekend. The Kiewa and Alpine valley’s in Victoria’s High Country putting one hell of a muddy yet golden show.