Featuring Mont-Sainte-Anne, It’s safe to say that this place holds a special place in mountain biking history. But, it's much more than just a yearly week of world cup racing with over 180 km of official trails.
This is the story of the mountain bike scene in three areas of China’s Yunnan province—Dali, Lijiang, and Baoshan. It is about the culture, the trails, the potential, and, of course, the local riders who call it home.
From his time as a privateer to being part of a team, Bryn brings a lot of experience to the table and discusses his fight through a life-threatening injury and the direction he thinks the World Cup is headed, plus loads more.
The HKT Podcasts and Olly Wilkins chat about his adventures, the equipment needed to spend hours upon hours digging in the Utah sun, hair transplants, naming features after Hollywood actors and anything and everything in-between.
Held at the Afriski Mountain Resort, featuring DH, DS, enduro, whip-off and hill-climb competitions, the event saw Greg Minnaar, Andrew Neethling and SA National Champion Theo Erlangsen hit the slopes.
Find out about the minimum time needed to really make some gains, why and how gym time can be really beneficial and efficient, and the need to develop multiple 'energy systems'. If you want to get the most out of your time over the winter, then give this episode a listen to find out how.
After moving to Canada for skiing, Yuri fell in love with the mountain biking on offer in the Sea to Sky region. Yuri recently suffered a life-changing accident and this is his story told from his brother-in-law's perspective.
American rider Max Morgan and Spanish photographer Sergi Barnils traveled to Manizales to compete in the PanAmerican Continental Championships and cover the event along with everything Colombia has to offer.