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EWS WHISTLER HIGHLIGHTS

EWS Returns to Whistler with a BANG

After 2 days of racing and a lot of mechanicals and drama on the technical Whistler tracks the world standings have taken a turn.
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USA CYCLING ANNOUNCES 2022 MOUNTAIN BIKE WORLDS TEAM

Team USA is headed to Les Gets, France for the World Championships in Short Track, Cross-Country, Downhill, E-bike, and Team Relay

Press Release COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – USA Cycling announced today the athletes that will be representing the United States at the 2022 UCI Mountain Bike World Championships in Les Gets, France on August 22-28. After…
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RAIN AND FOG CHALLENGE WORLD CUP XCO RACERS IN WEST VIRGINIA

New faces top the podium as riders are pushed to the limit in the United States

Torrential rain turned the course into one of the most demanding seen on the World Cup circuit for some time, pushing riders and bikes to the limit. Nino Schurter was forced to sit the race out following a heavy fall in Friday’s XCC race.
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WORLD CUP RACING IS COMING TO AMERICA THIS WEEK

Riders will compete in both cross-country and downhill in West Virginia this weekend

Snowshoe is once again the only venue in the United States on the World Cup circuit this year, putting West Virginia’s fast-growing mountain biking scene in the international spotlight.
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AMERICA’S NEW NATIONAL MOUNTAIN BIKE CHAMPS

Dakotah Norton, Kailey Skelton, Christopher Blevins and Kate Courtney win Sunday's big titles

The USA Cycling National Mountain Bike Championships ended on Sunday with titles being awarded in the Downhill and Short Track XC categories. Below are the major results for the elite-level racers. Kailey Skelton has won the Pro Women's…
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BLUNK AND SWENSON CROWNED XC NATIONAL CHAMPIONS

Morrison and Rude claim gold in professional enduro events

News release from USA Cycling Savilia Blunk. Photo by John Vargus COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – Day six of the 2022 USA Cycling Mountain Bike National Championships saw enduro, short-track, and cross-country national champions crowned.…
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OLYMPIC MOUNTAIN BIKE CHAMP WINS A STAGE IN THE TOUR DE FRANCE

Tom Pidcock proves that he's a contender in the world's greatest road bike race

Great Britain's Tom Pidcock is making history in the Tour de France this year. He's been making history for a while, too. Pidcock won the Olympic gold medal in mountain biking in Japan last July 26th, four days before his 22nd…
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VALLNORD, ANDORRA XCO WORLD CUP REPORT

The top riders were in for some surprises this time

After securing his first-ever World Cup win in dramatic fashion in Lenzerheide last weekend, Luca Braidot was hoping to once again shock the rest of the field.
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ELITE MEN’S DOWNHILL RESULTS FROM LENZERHEIDE WORLD CUP

Those French downhill racers are hard to beat

The Lenzerheide World Cup downhill race proved once again how tough the French men can be. Four-time world champion Loic Bruni has come back to racing again this year after injuries kept him out of the last two World Cup races, but Loic…
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DOWNHILL QUALIFIERS AT LENZERHEIDE

The Elite Men's, Elite Women's, Junior Men's and Junior Women's downhill qualfiers

American Dakotah Norton placed second in the Elite Men's qualifiers today, less than 0.3 seconds from the top spot, which was held by France's Amaury Pierron. America's Luca Shaw ranked fifth among the Elite Men today. Aaron Gwin was less…
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LENZERHEIDE’S WORLD CUP SHORT TRACK RESULTS

With the updated World Cup XCC and XCO standings

This weekend's World Cup cross-country racing got started late Friday afternoon in Lenzeheide, Switzerland. For those watching in the U.S., the action started a little after 8:30 in the morning, Pacific Time, and a little after 11:30…
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THIRD ROUND OF EWS-E GETS UNDERWAY THIS WEEKEND

The race will take place on the famous grey earth in Valberg, France

Press Release For the first time in the history of the series, EWS-E will enjoy a stand-alone race, with this week’s event dedicated solely to all things electric. Located high in the Maritime Alps, Valberg last hosted an EWS in 2016,…
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