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NED OVEREND TELLS HOW HE BEAT JOHN TOMAC TO WIN THE 1988 SWATCH/NORBA WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

Before the UCI put on their first Mountain Bike World Championship, other mountain bike groups were putting on events that they called "World Championships"

Ned Overend, on his way to winning the Swatch/NORBA Mountain Bike World Championships at Mammoth Mountain, California, in 1988. (Photo: Mountain Bike Action Archives) We found this picture in our photo files from the late 1980s, but…
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WAYBACK WEDNESDAY: WOMEN OF THE REEBOK ELIMININATOR

Mammoth Mountain, California

In the 1990s and again in 2000, there was an event called the Reebok Eliminator at Mammoth Mountain, California. The idea for the race was that two riders would race each other down from the 11,053-foot peak to a finish line a couple of…
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MAMMOTH BIKE PARK OPENS OFF THE TOP

More trails open after record-breaking winter snow

The recently unearthed and rebuilt Off The Top trail provides an insane amount of ride time with amazing views down the back of the mountain.
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VIDEO: THE 1993 MAMMOTH MOUNTAIN REEBOK ELIMINATOR DOWNHILL RACE

With Brian Lopes, Toby Henderson, "Earthquake" Jake Watson, Ned Overend, Mike King, and more

This video gives us a look at a lot of riders, including Myles Rockwell, Brian Lopes, Toby Henderson, the late "Earthquake" Jake Watson, Mike King, Tom Rogers, Mike Bohannon, Jurgen Beneke, Albert Iten, Casey Kunselman, Jason McRoy, and…
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RED BULL WILL BE SUPPORTING THE MAMMOTH 50K PEDALPALOOZA

Registration is open. The race starts at the Village at Mammoth, California, on August 27th

"We have increased our racer limit to 400 and included lunch and awards right at the Finish Area. The race will still start at the Village at Mammoth, and awards will take place in the Sherwin Meadow as racers finish."
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MAMMOTH BIKE PARK IS OPEN

California's legendary bike park is up and running again

Mammoth has been on the receiving end of plenty of late-spring precipitation— the dirt is prime and the lower trail system is ready to roll.
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