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The Complete Guide to the 2024 World Cup DH Teams

Feb 5, 2024 at 9:59
by Ed Spratt  


It's been a busy off-season of team rumors with some big moves and changes happening for the 2024 season. Now that the UCI has released its team lists, we can take a look at all the team moves and try to anticipate what the 2024 World Cup race season might bring.



Teams to Watch in 2024:

CANYON CLLCTV FACTORY TEAM
Troy Brosnan, Thibaut Daprela, Mille Johnset, Luca Shaw

The Canyon CLLCTV Factory Team switches out Dante Silva for the rapid Thibaut Daprela. Daprela departed Commencal after spending his junior years and first seasons as an elite racer with the brand. Alongside Daprela, we see the return of Troy Brosnan, Mille Johnset and Luca Shaw.
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CANYON CLLCTV FMD
Isacc Rudi Eichhorn, Phoebe Gale, Kaos Seagrave, Tahnee Seagrave, Oliver Zwar

Another big Canyon team is the FMD crew which remains completely unchanged for 2024. With Tahnee Seagrave back as a winning threat and Phoebe Gale rising through the ranks of elite racing, the team is a big threat in women's racing.
Tahnee Seagrave has been on form as of late and she doesn t seem to be slowing anytime soon.



COMMENCAL/MUC-OFF BY RIDING ADDICTION
Max Alran, Till Alran, Dylan Maples, Myriam Nicole, Amaury Pierron, Gaëtan Ruffin

The Commencal/Muc-Off team has gone through some big changes in the off-season with the departure of both Thibaut Daprela and Hugo Marini. In their place, the team has signed fast American racer Dylan Maples and the promising future talents of the Alran brothers who will be shaking up the junior racing. Hopefully, this season will see the return of both Amaury Pierron and Myriam Nicole.
Dylan Maples will be wearing new threads for the rest of the season as he s been called up to the Commencal Muck-Off team. Big moves for the young man



CONTINENTAL ATHERTON
Dan Atherton, Gee Atherton, Rachel Atherton, Charlie Hatton, Andreas Kolb, Dom Platt

No changes for the Atherton team and after the very successful season in 2023, we don't see why you would want to switch things up. After picking up an injury last year, World Champion Charlie Hatton will want to take the rainbow stripes to the top of the podium for his first World Cup win and Andreas Kolb will be after more glory after his first win in Leogang. The big question for the team is if we will see Rachel back at World Cups.
Rachel takes her 40th World Cup win in spectacular fashion.



CONTINENTAL NUKEPROOF FACTORY RACING
Christopher Cumming, Danny Hart, Harry Molloy, Veronika Widmann

The Continental Nukeproof team lost Ronan Dunne and Lousie Ferguson from its roster, but if the UCI team list is to be believed, then it will be fielding Danny Hart in 2024. We have contacted the team about this but so far have not received any confirmation. Danny has been spotted riding a Nukeproof downhill bike in New Zealand so chances are the team list is correct.
Veronika Widmann takes home third place.



CUBE FACTORY RACING
Jess Blewitt, Simon Chapelet, Max Hartenstern

Speaking of Danny Hart, he was the big departure for the Cube team at the end of 2023. The team has picked up the incredibly talented Jess Blewitt. Jess will race alongside Simon Chapelet and Max Hartenstern.
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DORVAL AM COMMENCAL
Camille Balanche, Benoit Coulanges, Alix Francoz, Monika Hrastnik, Baptiste Pierron

Dorval AM Commencal is another big team keeping things the same in 2024 as they are once again fielding a roster of big hitters including Camille Balanche, Benoit Coulanges and Monika Hrastnik. We hope Balanche's recovery is going well from her crash in Andorra last year and she will be back to her winning ways at the races.
Camille Balanche knows a thing or two about what it takes to keep calm and composed on a chaotic course like Val di Sole.



FRAMEWORKS RACING
Neko Mulally, Angel Suarez Alonso, Asa Vermette

Everyone's favourite homegrown team is back in 2024 as Neko Mulally has expanded the Frameworks team to three riders with Angel Suarez and Asa Vermette. Asa will be one of the riders to watch in 2024 as he could blow apart the junior competition if his previous race results are any indication of his talent.
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GIANT FACTORY OFF-ROAD TEAM
Luke Meier-Smith, Remy Meier-Smith, Rémi Thirion

The downhill side of the Giant Factory team remains unchanged in 2024 as Luke and Remy Meier-Smith continue to be teamed up with Rémi Thirion. While the downhill side has remained unchanged, there are some new additions to the brand's XC and Enduro teams.
Remi Thirion could be a danger man this weekend especially if the forecast rain arrives on Saturday.



MONDRAKER FACTORY RACING
Ronan Dunne, Dakotah Norton, Ryan Pinkerton

After multiple announcements, the new Mondraker Factory team features a stacked list of rapid racers with Ronan Dunne, Dakotah Norton and Ryan Pinkerton all bringing their skills to elite World Cup racing in 2024.
Mondraker Factory Racing 2024



MS INTENSE RACING
Jacob Dickson, Eleonora Farina, Tuhoto-Ariki Pene, David Trummer

The new MS Racing team moves on from Mondraker to Intense. While the frame sponsor may have changed for this year's racing, the rider list remains mostly the same as the 2023 MS Mondraker team. The only notable difference is the departure of Brook Macdonald to the Forbidden team.
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NORCO FACTORY RACING
Lucas Cruz, Gracey Hemstreet, Greg Minnaar

In one of the biggest moves of the silly season, Greg Minnaar left his long-term ride with Santa Cruz and now leads the Norco Factory team accompanied by Lucas Cruz and Gracey Hemstreet. Alan Milway will be the team manager, but the move also brings Minnaar back on a team with Kathy Sessler.
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PIVOT FACTORY RACING
Ryan Griffith, Jenna Hastings, Teagan Heap, Dane Jewett, Jakob Jewett, Bernard Kerr, Edward Masters, Matthew Walker

One of the most stacked teams of racing talent is the Pivot squad with a huge list of riders ready to take on this year's World Cup series. Will Bernard Kerr finally get his first World Cup win?
Bernard Kerr looked good up on track.



SANTA CRUZ SYNDICATE
Jackson Goldstone, Laurie Greenland, Nina Hoffmann

Without Greg Minnaar on the team, the Santa Cruz Syndicate becomes a three-piece with Jackson Goldstone, Nina Hoffman and Laurie Greenland on board for another season of racing. Jackson Goldstone is one to keep a close watch this year, but both Hoffman and Greenland are more than capable of placing the V10 on the top step of a podium.
Goldstone looking to make his mark in first year elite.



SCOTT DOWNHILL FACTORY
Gonçalo Bandeira, Marine Cabirou, Vicky Clavel, George Ethan Craik, Dylan Levesque, Hugo Marini, Sacha Mills

There's plenty of change on the Scott team as Dean Lucas retired at the end of the 2023 season and Brendan Fairclough is not on the factory team list. While some riders may be missed this year, the team has picked up some new talent with Gonçalo Bandeira and Ethan Craik joining Marine Cabirou and Dylan Levesque.
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SPECIALIZED GRAVITY
Loic Bruni, Finn Iles, Robert Jordan Williams

The Specialized Gravity team is another squad leaving things be for 2024 as Loic Bruni, Finn Iles and Jordan Williams are all returning for 2024.
Loic Bruni had a few adventures in practice but is looking as deadly as ever.



TREK FACTORY RACING GRAVITY
Sacha Earnest, Harriet Harnden, Bodhi Kuhn, Loris Vergier, Reece Wilson

The Trek Factory team has lost Kade Edwards this year, but it has picked up some new talent for this year's downhill racing as New Zealand racer Sacha Earnest has appeared on the team list. The Trek team continues to feature Bodhi Kuhn, Loris Vergier and Reece Wilson alongside the multi-disciplinary talent of Hattie Harnden.
Loris Vergier tucks through the piste towards the finish bowl.



YT MOB
Sian A'hern, Valentina Höll, Erik Irmisch, Oisin O Callaghan

Finally, there is the YT Mob who have made one of the biggest team moves of the off-season with Vali Höll making her return to the German brand that saw her so much success during her junior years. Höll is joined by Sian A'Hern and Snowshoe World Cup winner Oisin O'Callaghan.
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Full UCI-Registered Downhill Team List:

BACKYARD RACING FACTORY TEAM

JANIS LEHMANN
NOEL NIEDERBERGER
FABRIZIO SCHÜTZ
BEYOND RACING

ABIGAIL HOGIE
ANNA NEWKIRK

BNC RACING

ADAM BRAYTON
LEWIS CARR
JAMIE EDMONDSON
JONO JONES
DANIEL PARFITT
MIKAYLA PARTON
SORLEY SWABEY
MORGAN WILLIAMS
CANYON CLLCTV FACTORY TEAM

TROY BROSNAN
THIBAUT DAPRELA
MILLE JOHNSET
LUCA SHAW

CANYON CLLCTV FMD

ISACC RUDI EICHHORN
PHOEBE GALE
KAOS SEAGRAVE
TAHNEE SEAGRAVE
OLIVER ZWAR
CANYON CLLCTV PIRELLI

HENRY KERR
HENRI KIEFER
LUCAS LAGNEAU
GLORIA SCARSI
DANTE SILVA

COMMENCAL / SCHWALBE

OLIVER DAVIS
AUSTIN DOOLEY
PAU MENOYO BUSQUETS
COMMENCAL ICSTUDIO

THOMAS ESTAQUE
HUGO FRIXTALON
MATTEO INIGUEZ
RAPHAEL INIGUEZ
ROEE OSTFELD
ANTOINE PIERRON
CÉDRIC TAILLEFER

COMMENCAL LES ORRES

LÉO ABELLA
LISA BAUMANN
OMRI DANON
JACK PIERCY
ERICE VAN LEUVEN
ANTOINE VIDAL
COMMENCAL/MUC-OFF BY RIDING ADDICTION

MAX ALRAN
TILL ALRAN
DYLAN MAPLES
MYRIAM NICOLE
AMAURY PIERRON
GAËTAN RUFFIN

CONTINENTAL ATHERTON

DAN ATHERTON
GEE ATHERTON
RACHEL ATHERTON
CHARLIE HATTON
ANDREAS KOLB
DOM PLATT
CONTINENTAL NUKEPROOF FACTORY RACING

CHRISTOPHER CUMMING
DANNY HART
HARRY MOLLOY
VERONIKA WIDMANN

CUBE FACTORY RACING

JESS BLEWITT
SIMON CHAPELET
MAX HARTENSTERN
DORVAL AM COMMENCAL

CAMILLE BALANCHE
BENOIT COULANGES
ALIX FRANCOZ
MONIKA HRASTNIK
BAPTISTE PIERRON

EVOLVE RACING

TRISTAN LEMIRE
COLIN MCELYEA
EVAN MEDCALF
ABIGAIL RONCA
FORBIDDEN SYNTHESIS TEAM

CONNOR FEARON
WILLIAM HYNES
WILLIAM IRELAND
BROOK MACDONALD
MAGNUS MANSON
WILLIAM POPE

FRAMEWORKS RACING

NEKO MULALLY
ANGEL SUAREZ ALONSO
ASA VERMETTE
GAMUX FACTORY RACING

MIKE HUTER
LINO LEHMANN
PASCAL TINNER

GEN-S

RAPHAËL GIAMBI
CHRISTOPHER GRICE
NIKOLAEVA IZABELA YANKOVA
GIANT FACTORY OFF-ROAD TEAM

LUKE MEIER-SMITH
REMY MEIER-SMITH
RÉMI THIRION

GOODMAN SANTACRUZ

MYLANN FALQUET
THIBAULT LALY
NATHAN PONTVIANNE
MALO ROCHET
GWIN RACING

MICHAEL DELESALLE
AARON GWIN
SETH SHERLOCK

INTENSE FACTORY RACING

JOE BREEDEN
LOUISE-ANNA FERGUSON
OSCAR GRIFFITHS
RYDER LAWRENCE
K BIKE

VINCENT JOUVENAL
ELLIOT LEES
KIMI VIARDOT

KENDA NS BIKES UR TEAM

KYE A'HERN
GEORGE BRANNIGAN
TEGAN CRUZ
LAPIERRE ZIPP COLLECTIVE

ISABEAU COURDURIER
ADRIEN DAILLY
ANTOINE ROGGE

MADISON SARACEN FACTORY TEAM

ARTHUR MICHAEL GEORGE MADLEY
MATT WALKER
GREG WILLIAMSON
MEEKBOYZ RACING

RORY MEEK
TOBY MEEK

MONDRAKER FACTORY RACING

RONAN DUNNE
DAKOTAH NORTON
RYAN PINKERTON
MS INTENSE RACING

JACOB DICKSON
ELEONORA FARINA
TUHOTO-ARIKI PENE
DAVID TRUMMER

MUC-OFF YOUNG GUNS

ORIOL CUADRAT CASTELLS
IGNACIO GARCIA AYORA
RAFAËL PELLETIER
HEATHER WILSON
NORCO FACTORY RACING

LUCAS CRUZ
GRACEY HEMSTREET
GREG MINNAAR

OUTLAW UNITED

ETAN BRAVARD
BODE BURKE
BENNY DE VALL
RYKER KEARL
FRED LARIVIERE
JACK MACLEOD
DYLAN MARINO
JULIEN MARKEWITZ
DRAKE PARKER
JAKE POLITO
PIVOT FACTORY RACING

RYAN GRIFFITH
JENNA HASTINGS
TEAGAN HEAP
DANE JEWETT
JAKOB JEWETT
BERNARD KERR
EDWARD MASTERS
MATTHEW WALKER

POLE FACTORY RACING

ONNI RAINIO
DAN SLACK
PROPAIN POSITIVE

PHILIP ATWILL
MARCO LAMARIS
GAËTAN VIGE
SOKRATIS ARIS ZOTOS

PURERIDING BP RACING

SEBASTIAN HOLGUIN VILLA
CHRISTINE MICHE LEWIS MONTES
ORIOL LLAUDO CRESPO
FERNANDO JUAN MUÑOZ
TON RUSIÑOL SALA
RAW FUSION RACING

JOSH ANSLOW
GILES BUTTON
CALLUM CROFTS
RENNIE FALCONER
KAEL FOALE
ZACHARY FORD
WILLIAM HYNES
JED STANTON
HUDSON TARLING
BENJAMIN WILSON

SANTA CRUZ SYNDICATE

JACKSON GOLDSTONE
LAURIE GREENLAND
NINA HOFFMANN
SCOTT DOWNHILL FACTORY

GONÇALO BANDEIRA
MARINE CABIROU
VICKY CLAVEL
GEORGE ETHAN CRAIK
DYLAN LEVESQUE
HUGO MARINI
SACHA MILLS

SPECIALIZED GRAVITY

LOIC BRUNI
FINN ILES
ROBERT JORDAN WILLIAMS
SYNERGY 37

ELISE EMPEY
GEORGIA HENNESS
CARTER SLOAN

TEAM HIGH COUNTRY

ZAC BRADLEY
JACKSON CONNELLY
JOBE GENTLE
YUKI KUSHIMA
POPPY LANE
ZALI MIKLAS
THE ALLIANCE

JAMES MACDERMID
WILLIAM MACDERMID
SETH STYLIE
PRESTON WILLIAMS

THE GRAVITY CARTEL - ROGUE RACING

FRANCESCO BEBER
MATTIA BIANCO
DAVIDE CAPPELLO
FEDERICO CORRADO
LORENZO MASCHERINI
WYN MASTERS
DAVIDE PALAZZARI
MARCELLO PESENTI
LUKE WAYMAN
THE GRAVITY COLLECTIVE

KALE CUSHMAN
LUCAS DEDORA
COLLIER KEE
NATHAN KITCHEN
ALDEN PATE
GAVIN TOMLINSON

TRANSITION FACTORY RACING

MATILDA MELTON
TAYLOR OSTGAARD
VALENTINA ROA SANCHEZ
TREK FACTORY RACING GRAVITY

SACHA EARNEST
HARRIET HARNDEN
BODHI KUHN
LORIS VERGIER
REECE WILSON

TRIPLE FIVE RACING

DOUGLAS GOODWILL
LUCA THURLOW
MATTHEW LUKE WILLIAMSON
UNION - FORGED BY STEEL CITY MEDIA

KADE EDWARDS
CHRISTIAN HAUSER
ELIANA HULSEBOSCH
FRIDA HELENA RØNNING
LACHLAN STEVENS-MCNAB

UNIOR-SINTER FACTORY RACING

OLI CLARK
REBEKA AIMI KENYON
BENJAMIN ZWAR KVIST
WE ARE ONE MOMENTUM PROJECT

JON MOZELL
MARK WALLACE

YETI / FOX FACTORY RACE TEAM

TYLER WAITE
YT MOB

SIAN A'HERN
VALENTINA HÖLL
ERIK IRMISCH
OISIN O CALLAGHAN

ZERODE RACING

SAMUEL BLENKINSOP
TAYLOR VERNON




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91 Comments
  • 52 0
 No Pinkbike racing anymore either.
  • 14 26
flag grizor (Feb 5, 2024 at 12:03) (Below Threshold)
 whatever will we do
  • 19 1
 As sad as it is i cant say id be suprised if manufacturers cant justify a team theres little chance a bike website can Frown

Would be nice to get an offical notification
  • 5 0
 @McMeta666: It's only recent that there aren't any magazine sponsored teams anymore. There have been loads of Dirt Magazine teams with even a World title for Vanessa Quin and it doesn't seem like too long ago that they quit. It feels like it lasted much longer than the actual magazine! And from what I understand there was a MBUK team too before my time. I doubt it is easier for a component brand to run a team than it is for a magazine with all their advertisers who are more than happy to see their stuff getting attention on these platforms.
  • 1 0
 @vinay: I know about the dirt and bike radar teams i think they've been gone at'least around 8 years now i think
  • 27 0
 Do we get Fantasy League back this year?
  • 12 0
 Vital podcast (Union Trek team episode) had it saying Vital will be running Fantasy League this year.
  • 3 0
 theracecompanion.com
  • 26 0
 Mondraker and Frameworks are looking really exciting, can't wait
  • 1 0
 Mondraker is gunna be a force to be reckoned with for sure!
  • 13 1
 Crazy to see a lot of big-name teams with only three riders. And like, Greg Minnarr on norco??? I know its old news but its just crazy to not see him on the santa cruz team. Anyway, cheers to everyone and happy racing. Cant wait, and maybe Mr.Bernard Kerr will finally climb up onto the top of the podium!
  • 17 1
 YT Mob gets the award for "most difficult to pronounce names."
  • 32 0
 CLLCTV: HLD M BR
  • 1 0
 @vinay: DRPPN!
  • 2 0
 And only team men/women parity?
  • 11 0
 Frameworks lets go!
  • 9 1
 I had a dream that Danny Hart had joined a hard rock band as the vocalist but I guess he's racing for Nukeproof this year.
  • 8 0
 58 DH teams in 2023 55 DH teams in 2024
  • 8 0
 What about We Are One with Wallace and crew??
  • 7 0
 Seems mad that Specialized still don’t have any female riders on their team
  • 2 0
 Agree. I absolutely love the team, they have great riders and definitely some of my favourites, the guys seem to fit together super well, as has been the case for the past groupings too. But the lack of women year after year does bug me quite a bit.
  • 6 0
 They have the Gen S team.

Realistically, which female has been available and worthy of being on that team? Only Vali and Nina have moved in the last few years, both to teams that were also without a top level female.
  • 8 0
 @big-sally: Izabela hasn't progressed from junior to elite as well as expected, but she's also had two seasons accumulating injuries. Maybe Rosa Jensen (U17 Gen-S) will?

It would be unfair to single out Specialized, because there are so many sausage parties on the WC circuit.
  • 2 0
 @Maxcommencemal: That's true. However, somehow I'd expect this also being somewhat of an image question for the big brands. And it's great they have the Gen-S team going on, but of course it's not the same as The Main Team. And although only a couple of women riders have eventually switched teams in the past few years, it's not to say others may have been open to offers as well. Also they've picked up both Chris and now Jordan straight from juniors, why not get an up and coming woman on the team as well instead of those already top elite Nina's and Vali's?
  • 2 0
 I agree. It ought to be the norm that there's both a senior and junior female rider in big brand team setups, not the exception.
  • 8 2
 Kade Edwards on the Union? Don't recall seeing that on the recent Union team announcement post.
  • 14 0
 It’s a tie in with trek as he is now part of there freeride program rather than their race program. It means he can race a few WC races with out worrying about how many UCI points he has.
  • 2 0
 TRANSITION FACTORY RACING must be the youngest team for 2024. If I'm not mistaken, Matilda Melton, Taylor Ostgaard, and Valentina Roa Sanchez were all under 18 last year. Pretty exciting to see this all-women team compete this year.
  • 2 0
 I wish I could still get excited about this. Last year, I bought a new firestick and subscribed to GCN after rumors of it'll be available here, or here, or maybe here, This year, I care far less, as will it be on HBO, Discovery+ perhaps...if you live in Europe, it's here etc. Thanks for mainstreaming mountainbiking and F**king it up like so many other sports, corporations.
  • 4 0
 Come on Pinkbike, first you cancel the advent calender and now the downhill team!!
  • 1 0
 For anyone wondering, here's where members of Pinkbike's 2023 team have ended up:

GOODMAN SANTACRUZ: MYLANN FALQUET, THIBAULT LALY, NATHAN PONTVIANNE

UNIOR-SINTER FACTORY RACING: Aimi Kenyon

No team listed: Wyatt Harrington
  • 5 0
 Yeti ... One person team
  • 22 0
 They are expensive…..
  • 2 7
flag paulskibum (Feb 5, 2024 at 11:36) (Below Threshold)
 @bakewell: They dont have a DH bike even do they?!
  • 2 0
 and no Rude Boy either.
  • 1 5
flag Dononemaccaboy (Feb 5, 2024 at 13:57) (Below Threshold)
 Heard he was a dentist too
  • 2 0
 I think Gwin might be ending his career where it started. He seems to like the opportunity to help engineer a bike.
  • 4 1
 Does this mean Brendog has given up on DH racing? His latest YouTube video did seem to give that impression.
  • 2 1
 He didnt race last year did he?
  • 4 0
 @paulskibum: he did race some rounds, don’t think he ever qualified though
  • 1 1
 Brendog??
Seems like the biggest 'shake up' year for sponsorship. Big name teams dropping they're expensive stars, in favour of young an cheaper rising stars..
An then those previous big names going to smaller manufacturers or forming they're own teams to train.......
2024 'Could' be very interesting IF we actually get to see it.....
  • 7 0
 Brendogs had his own sponsorship program for years and raced under the factory teams umbrella. I doubt there is any change to his sponsorship as a result of this. Probably either had too many other commitments or just isn't bothered about racing anymore
  • 1 0
 @catweasel: wouldn't be surprised if he goes full time freeracer away from WC's. Got the impression he's not impressed with the current changes from the e ride companion pod cast
  • 1 0
 @catweasel: Yep, they won't be dropping him in the year he's bringing out his Deathgrip 2. I expect you're right and he's just got other priorities for 2024.
  • 1 0
 Yeti / Fox Factory Race Team listed for DH with no riders yet. Also missing on the list Aaron Gwin. CoincidenceI think not. Maybe they do it every year so Richie has the option to race a few.
  • 3 0
 Every time I see that FrameWorks factory team photo all I can think of is a defensive wall before a direct free kick LOL.
  • 3 0
 where is Sam Hill ?
  • 14 1
 Apparently Nukeproof owes him money!
  • 2 1
 Retired from World cup racing.
  • 17 0
 Australia
  • 1 0
 Enjoying best off season ever based on his insta pictures (Webb reference Smile )
  • 1 0
 Being a dad I guess?

If he wants junior to kick asses against aging stars like Jackson Goldstone in a few years, he got to pass the stick to the new gen.
  • 3 1
 Thàt is the intense we want to see raced!
  • 1 1
 No hate comms, but is Lucas Cruz related to some higher up at Norco? He legit has some very promising results but seems to have escaped the axe there in times of turmoil.
  • 1 0
 Is there any news yet, where the WC will be covered?

I seem unable to find anything online for 2024...
  • 1 0
 Same as last year i guess, exept GCN+ that doesn't exist anymore.
  • 2 0
 I watched it here last season: tiz-cycling.io/main
  • 1 0
 Thanks guys. On the tiz-page, how soon after the race are the available? Or is it live, too?
  • 2 0
 @sebazzo: live stream. You can find the recordings too, usually at least 4 or 5 hours after the end of the live stream. I sometimes got the recordings the night of the race, sometimes I had to wait until the next morning.
  • 1 0
 The field of talent is so deep now!
  • 1 0
 He’s got a front page post as well
  • 1 4
 With the recent successes of juniors like jackson, daprela and iles im somewhat surprised that Asa is staying with frameworks. I can only imagine that big brands would have been making him offers?. Maybe just familiarity with Neko and the set up?
  • 6 0
 Neko had a decent budget for WC. Nothing crazy, but decent.
  • 1 0
 racing on frameworks, on a US located and funded team, on a US built frame, on a frame he's been winning on and beating top pros on seems like a smart professional move, but let's find out. Of course having a strong team with members he likes also must be a plus!
  • 2 0
 Did brendog get robbed?
  • 1 0
 Spesh and Mondraker will put up some team points I'm guessing.
  • 1 0
 Is there a list of privateers who are certain to race?
  • 1 0
 I will miss Antoine Vidal, will be back to enduro?
  • 1 1
 I was just hoping the CLLCTV would score some vowels for the team this year. Vowels go down much easier than consonants.
  • 2 2
 Too bad the DH racing isn't broadcast anymore. 2023 sounded like it was a good time with 2024 looking promising. oh well.
  • 2 0
 What you taking about?
you get at 5 minutes highlights video on YouTube a few days after every race.
  • 1 0
 Pole is no more synonym for long&slack but just Rainio&Slack
  • 1 0
 I though they were synonym for hucked to death...
  • 1 0
 Gwin's bike: looks like a Session?
  • 1 0
 i didnt know that kathy former santacruz manager is in norco..
  • 1 0
 What's Danny hart riding?
  • 1 0
 Isabeau Courdurier is racing DH now? Did I miss something?
  • 1 1
 where is Morgane Charre ?
  • 6 0
 Snow bike champs
  • 2 0
 We have just listed the riders who have been marked for DH in this article. Morgane Charre is listed for EDR under the Pivot team.
  • 1 3
 She shows up on PFR's rider list when you click on the UCI website. Looks like PB just made an error here.
  • 1 1
 both specialized and santa cruz only have 3 riders. crazy!
  • 16 0
 Yeah, but quality over quantity. Those are 6 riders each with a likelihood of winning, not just a possibility
  • 4 0
 @IllestT: I love quantity, the Commencal way. Give lots of promising riders a chance and sooner you'll see some quality popping up.
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