To Be Determined Journal - Racing
To Be Determined Journal’s complete racing coverage, from cyclocross to criteriums to gravel and mountain biking. Race guides, stories from our favorite events, post-race galleries, and professional events are all part of the racing coverage on the To Be Determined Journal.
The CRCA Open Race calendar comes to a conclusion with a day of fast - and longer than expected - day of racing at the Mengoni Grand Prix, reminding us that even when things don’t go to plan they can still be pretty great.
TBD’s Matthew Vandivort, who also serves as CRCA Director of Open Racing, gives a behind the scenes look at the Grant’s Tomb Criterium
The story of the 2018 Green Mountain Stage Race in Vermont. Featuring all of the suffering, joy, bad luck and happiness that bike racing has to offer.
One of TBD’s road racers decides to give MTB’ing a try - in a 4-hour race
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We have been fortunate to feature a lot of unique bikes on the Journal, but this is the first truly one-off build that we have ever featured: Hunters own CX.
Our favorite unofficial opening double header for the New York Cyclocross season started with good results, good crews, good conditions and good vibes going into CX2019. A full gallery of images from both days and two race reports to satiate your extended weekend hangover.
Our first cyclocross race of the season. Some old, painful lessons re-learned, great times with friends, and an NYC podium sweep.
The Green Mountain Stage Race is one of the toughest events on the East Coast with four days of hard fought racing in Vermont over Labor Day weekend. In part 1 of our recap of the 2019 edition, we give the most honest race reports possible, straight from TBD Slack.
In the latest Doris Diaries, Sasha takes on her first out of town race experience at the Littleton Twilight Criterium, part of the USA Crits Series and close to home for TBD’s (Colorado based) own Barb Millot.
In our latest Weekend Roll Daghan recaps three beautiful days spent practicing cyclocross skills and riding hidden trails with our friends from Cycle-Smart amidst the multi-million dollar homes in East Hampton.
I love Floyd because of, rather than in spite of, its complete lack of course features—it is dead flat with wide, sweeping corners that don’t exactly require you to know how to turn a bike well. The relatively regular oceanside wind, and a few potholes, tend to be the only obstacles. Floyd is as close as a road race comes to a long scratch race on the track. Because of this, Floyd is good.
Liz recaps an exciting - and at times frustrating - early morning of racing in Central Park as part of the 2019 CRCA Club Championships
A few weeks back Corey headed to the midwest for one of the country’s best race series - Intelligentsia Cup - and scored a string of impressive results along the way.
There are two terrific Pennsylvania races on the calendar this upcoming weekend and unfortunately registration is looking light for one of them - an event we have been going to for half-a-decade.
An inside look at the Mission Crit in California through the eyes of a first time racer - including all of the excitement as well as the experience of crashing