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Riders Profile: Jonathan Page



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10 Interviews

Jonathan Page and his familiar life as a domestic pro

Cyclocross Magazine, Ricoh Riott, 10 January 2016
Posted by: Bitossi

For the first time in a while, Jonathan Page is lining up at today’s Cyclocross National Championships as a longshot in most fans’ minds. Racing and living in the States this year, one would have expected to see the former European-based American on more UCI podiums and near the top of the list of favorites once again, after a near-miss in Austin in 2015. Cyclocross Magazine’s Ricoh Riott caught up with Page a few weeks ago to find out how the four-time Elite Men’s National Champion is adapting to life in the States and to see if Page is expecting to join the list of title favorites including Jeremy Powers, Stephen Hyde, and new Elite Logan Owen.



La gente está entusiasmada con el ciclocross en USA.

Cobbles&Hills, Enrique Abelleira, 24 January 2014
Posted by: Bitossi

Después de finalizar la carrera de Leuven, tuvimos una agradable charla con Jonathan Page (Fuji- Spyoptics). El corredor norteamericano de 37 años nacido en Tilton, New Hampshire, está teniendo una temporada difícil debido a algunas lesiones. Jonathan no pudo renovar su título de campeón nacional de la semana pasada en los nacionales de Estados Unidos, celebrados en Boulder, Colorado, pero luchó hasta el final para conseguir el sexto puesto. Ha ganado cuatro títulos nacionales de Estados Unidos y su mejor resultado internacional es el segundo puesto en el Campeonato del Mundo de 2007. Jonathan nos habla de esta temporada y su inminente futuro.



"I’m exploring the options"

bikeradar.com, Matt Pacocha, 19 September 2010
Posted by: lucybears

Jonathan Page and his family have embraced European cyclo-cross – a sport that's very different from the version practised back home in America. His logic is sound: you race the best in the world if your aspiration is to be the best in the world.



"I want to get on that Worlds podium again"

dailypeloton.com, Vaughn Trevi, 6 February 2009
Posted by: lucybears

Jonathan Page found his first success on the road winning the USA Junior championship in 1994. It wasn't long after that the caught the Cyclocross bug winning back to back U23 Cyclocross national championships; he followed up with podium performances the next two years at the elite nationals.



In pursuit of a passion

cyclingnews.com, Laura Weislo, 5 September 2007
Posted by: lucybears

He's finished second in the World Championships, but one figure stood undisturbed by the crowds at the NRC criterium in North Carolina: Cyclo-cross Jonathan Page. Page escaped notice from all except the most hardened 'cross fans, preferring instead to take a back seat to the criterium stars.



'I knew it was going to be a great day'

velonews.com, Chris Milliman, 29 January 2007
Posted by: lucybears

It took him five years of struggle and sacrifice, but over the course of a single hour in slippery conditions at Hooglede-Gits, Belgium, American Jonathan Page confirmed his status as the greatest cyclo-cross racer the U.S. has ever produced.



Jonathan Page Revealed

thebikegame.com, jon hamblen, 29 January 2007
Posted by: lucybears

We get inside Jonathan Page's head and learn the secrets to his success. Or, we just ask him dumb questions. Whatever...



Turning a new Page

cyclingnews.com, Brecht Decaluwé, 23 January 2007
Posted by: lucybears

The story of Jonathan Page's current season is an interesting one; the story begins with high hopes, a minor crash, then a major downturn, a risky return and two hopeful runner-up positions. The determined American talks about his season so far, and his future plans.



"Blood bath"

race.cx, Brian Ellin, 4 October 2006
Posted by: lucybears

Jonathan is a three time elite national cyclocross champion, family man, and an all around good guy. He is back in Belgium this season representing the US, and beating the best of the best on a weekly basis. He dislocated his shoulder at the world cup last week, but will be back in action and winning races in no time.



"I have earned some respect over there"

plusonelap.com, 5 June 2006
Posted by: lucybears

Jonathan Page got 10th place at last year’s Cyclocross World Championships (the best ever placing for an American). He sat down with Plus One Lap to answer some burning questions as he prepares to enter the 2006 cross season.











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