The latest issue gets inside the minds of riders and racers, amateurs and pros, exploring and explaining a shared love of the sport through painstakingly compiled stories, photography, illustration and design.
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.
The Downtime podcast chat to Reece about how he got into the sport, his progression to the top level, his 2018 season, Red Bull Hardline and much more, including why it’s easier to whip on a 29er, and Eddie Masters' approach to world travel!
Downtime Podcast talks to Nick Grantham about how he got involved with Atherton Racing, injury prevention, recovery, key aspects of mountain bike training, and his view on the future of physical preparation for downhill mountain biking.
Joe Krejbich, mechanic to Rachel Atherton sits down to chat about his background, how he got from working in a bike shop to working for the Atherton's, and then we'll step through a World Cup weekend from Joe’s point of view.
The Downtime Podcast talks to Cesar Rojo who's a great rider and one of the key engineers in the world of modern mountain biking. In this interview, we talk to Cesar about his thoughts on geometry, testing, data acquisition, timing vs feel, and comparisons between mountain biking, Moto GP and Motocross.
Alan Milway is a coach with a list of clients past and present that most people can only dream of working with, including the Athertons, Danny Hart, Manon Carpenter, Martin Maes and Brendan Fairclough.