From racing, to freeride, to adventure—the women's MTB scene is more vibrant and badass than ever. Looking back at the past year, here are some of our favourite moments.
stands on the top step of the podium at the international level for the first time, and it just so happens to be at the World Championships
. Myriam Nicole
the silver in addition to the World Cup overall title, while Tracey Hannah
takes second on home turf.
has a near-perfect season, winning every round of the Enduro World Series but Tasmania. She wins the EWS overall
, with Isabeau Cordurier
in second and Katy Winton
Ultra-endurance athlete Rebecca Rusch
has won competitions all around the world, however, she faced her toughest challenge yet in the Red Bull Media House documentary Blood Road
SOME MORE OF OUR FAVOURITE VIDEOS
Katy Winton steps in for Rachel Atherton at the Red Bull Foxhunt.
Rachel Atherton's AMAZING save at Mont-Sainte-Anne.
With singletrack for days, winter sledding, and big mountain heli drops, it's awesome to dig into where Casey gets her motivation.
Kate Courtney on balancing racing at the World Cup level with being a student at Stanford.
Lorraine Blancher embarks on a multi-day bikepacking expedition through unmapped trails and canyons in the Atacama Desert in Northern Chile.
What were your favorite moments from the past year? Leave a comment below and let us know!