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UTAH DEBUTS NEW MOUNTAIN BIKE PARK THIS SUMMER

Press Release Photos courtesy of Powder Mountain EDEN, UTAH (June 20, 2022) 一 On Thursday, July 14, Powder Mountain, located in the Wasatch Mountains of Eden, Utah, will unveil its new lift-served bike park, coined “Dirt Mountain,” part of a five-year expansion project that enhances on-mountain offerings year round. Utah’s beloved “uncrowded, unspoiled” ski resort […]

USA CYCLING NAMES 2022 NATIONAL TEAM

The USA Cycling National Team exists to recognize and support cyclists who represent the United States of America at the highest level of the sport. It is a group of top Junior, U23, and Elite athletes who strive for international results across several cycling disciplines: BMX Freestyle, BMX Racing, Cyclocross, Mountain Bike Cross-Country, Mountain Bike Downhill, Road, Track Endurance, and Track Sprint.

JACOB JEWETT AT LEOGANG

Maxxis didn’t identify the rider or the photographer, so we went online to comb through the results to see what rider had the number 150 on his plate.

WOMEN’S QUALIFYING RESULTS AT FORT WILLIAM

The Elite Women battled for the top qualifying spots at Fort William on Saturday. Unlike the Elite Men’s qualifiers, the British riders all finished outside the top five. Multi-time UCI World Champion, World Cup champion and young mother Rachel Atherton was on the list of racers who had signed up for the race, but she […]

CAN HE DO IT? AARON GWIN GOING FOR SIX WORLD CUP TITLES

  CAN HE DO IT? AARON GWIN GOING FOR SIX WORLD CUP TITLES Aaron Gwin has won five overall World Cup downhill titles He’s aiming to win his sixth this year. Will he make it? We’ll start finding out in the weeks ahead. Watch this video to see how he’s getting ready for the World […]

U.S. NATIONAL DOWNHILL SERIES WILL START IN TENNESSEE NEXT WEDNESDAY

World-renowned cyclists will gather for an intense start to the 2022 Downhill series with the Tennessee National on Wednesday, March 9th. The week’s festival will include the downhill, enduro, freestyle and kid’s competitions. Unlike the other events, Friday’s highly anticipated freestyle jam features maximum air tricks and competitions. Spectators are invited to join in on the action for free in the finish and expo area or can pay for mountain access passes starting at $10 per day during the week, $15 on Saturday or $30 for the full week.