In partnership with Pinkbike, Trailforks, Trek, Shimano, and Evoc, Return To Earth wants to reward those who spend their time wisely by offering up the chance to win a Shimano XTR equipped Trek Slash, plus other daily prizes.
We’re back for the third round of the 2019 Superenduro, this weekend we’re coming to you from the southern border of Liguria. A new venue for the Superenduro, and a relatively young riding scene but with all the raw elements for a mountain bike paradise.
Following near record levels of snow this winter, summer has finally arrived in the Eastern Sierra. The Mammoth Park Crew, aided by warmer temps, made major progress this week with three trails ready to go for the Mammoth Mountain Bike Park opener this weekend.
A deep dive into what Wyn Masters went through as a privateer and the many reasons that led him to start a privateer GoFundMe page plus plenty more stories and insights from his years of travelling the World Cup series.
The inaugural event provided riding events of all varieties including enduro, gravel, the first ever UK leg of the Bosch eMTB Challenge supported by Trek, and notably the first ever two-day uplifted enduro in the UK - the Transcend Epic.
The event is set to be bigger and better than ever before with riders from all over the world descending to the ‘Rose of the North’ to experience the warmth and hospitality of the locals and some of the finest trails in Asia.
The overnight rain made for slick trails through the thickest of jungles. Riders then traversed South in the afternoon, to be greeted by some of the dustiest of trails on the island. Madeira strikes again.
The Whistler Mountain Bike Park truly has it all. After this very race report waxed lyrical about the virtues of summer last week, episode 2 of Phat Wednesday presented by Kokanee couldn’t have been further from the balmy season opener.
In celebration of the trails, talent, and passion that makes mountain biking in Whistler special, from June 6 - 12 the Whistler Museum will be hosting a series of presentations, film screenings, workshops and more.
Starting on the second highest peak of the island riders raced epic alpine ridgelines, battled deep dust, hiked exposed switchbacks and followed trout filled levadas through to one of the most loam filled trails in existence.
The second round of the World Cup in Fort William provided some intense racing with plenty of riders leaving the Scottish Highlands with a few bruises, here are five things we noticed from the sidelines.