Think you know who will claim the top steps of the podium at this weekend's Enduro World Series event in Zona Zero Sobrarbe, Spain? Guess correctly and you could win a prize pack from Troy Lee Designs.
Denise Mueller-Korenek has smashed the previous bicycle land speed record of 167 mph by nearly 17 mph. Reaching a maximum speed of 183.93 mph, faster than the top speed of a Lamborghini Countach, using just pedal power.
"Sluff management" is usually a term that only big mountain skiers use, but when you get freeriders Kurt Sorge, Nico Vink, and Kyle Jameson on the side of a volcano, suddenly the term takes on a whole new meaning.
Hurry, you only have until September 14th to enter your own 1-minute finished video from Nicolai Rogatkin's GoPro footage (that's right - no filming required!) There's $5,000 cash prizing & a custom bike on the line...
Kathy Salisbury & JC Canfield, owners of Fanatik Bike Co. and High Above respectively, their businesses are their livelihoods, but also a way to support and contribute to the local mountain bike community.
Secret DH race fiend and bundle of pure energy Cam McCaul breaks down the winners and losers from the last two rounds. He also gives up his picks and strategies for the FINAL round of the Pinkbike Fantasy Downhill contest!
All the details about how to watch the Lenzerheide World Championships... And where you won't be able to watch it from... [UPDATE: Canada and South Africa are going to receive the live broadcast and replay on Red Bull TV]
The battle for World Champion will take place on a familiar track in Lenzerheide, Switzerland. Despite not looking overly technical at first glance, it's a venue known for tight racing and a tricky, loose track.
There are plenty of beginner clinics for women, but Specialized thought there was a gap when it came to advanced female riders and decided to do something different - with a helicopter and Miranda Miller.
The final round of the 2018 Superenduro Series went back where it all began, in the small town of Priero. Situated just an hour north of Finale Ligure and one of the original testing sites for the Superenduro format, it was a very fitting closing round to the 10th anniversary of the series.
how do you prepare for a race and what does race preparation for young mountain bikers look like, so that they can be focused and relaxed in the start gate, ready to hit the right line and improve their times without forgetting to have fun in the meantime? The Rookies Camp looks to answer that question.
Chesyland is known for its slopestyle line where riders like Thomas Genon have honed their skills, it's also Max Mey's training compound. Check out the spot develop over the course of a year in this new web series.
Competitors at the Scottish Champs were awarded with a Fort Bill track unlike any other in recent times - a long, natural and boggy section out in the open moorland certainly caused some riders to think a little harder about line choice.