Kate’s Training Blog: Tips for Travelling

Traveling to race is an unforgettable experience. It’s hard to beat the opportunity to explore a new place, race cyclocross, and compete against a different crop of riders. Still, the travel will impact your routine, and it’s better to be prepared. Many of us have our local pre-race routine dialed. Starting several days before the […]

Kate’s Training Blog: In Season Training

Cyclocross racing completely drains my body. The effort alone is enough that I struggle walking up stairs the following day. Once you combine the actual race intensity with pre-riding, warming up, cooling down, cleaning equipment, traveling, and hanging outside all day, and my body needs some serious recovery. As the season gets underway, we all […]

CX Magazine: “The PDXCX can save you from yourself and get you out of those tight situations unscathed”

“The PDXCX certainly has its place depending on the terrain you plan to ride and race it on. The bike is not necessarily specialized—remember we all used to ride with this geometry—but as ’cross bike designs have changed and we have the chance to ride and compare, nuances and preferences are noticeable.” Read the Full […]

ROAD BIKE ACTION: “The PDXCX is Sage’s cyclocross bike designed specifically for the rigors of racing in the Pacific Northwest.”

Road Bike Action put the PDXCX through the ringer during their time with the bike and they loved it! “Sage Bicycles is one of the industry’s newer bike companies, having been founded in 2012 by David Rosen. With a direct focus on titanium, Sage has pushed to resurrect the metals of old and remind riders […]

PELOTON MAGAZINE: “The PDXCX is not just tailor made for ‘cross, its tailor made for Portland ‘cross – tight, technical and more than likely muddy, very muddy.”

“It’s no secret that Portland, Oregon is ground zero for the Northwest ‘cross scene, so any Portland based brand worth its jig better make a good ‘cross bike. Sage Titanium isn’t actually Portland based, it’s in Beaverton a few miles West of Portland…” Read the Full Review: HERE to see why Peloton Magazine thought the all […]