Mush Is For Oatmeal, Not for Brakes
Mush Is For Oatmeal, Not for Brakes
The pair comfortably won the 98km stage that took riders from Ceres to Saronsberg, Tulbagh in a time of 3:56:02. The stage victory means they remain in the overall yellow leader jerseys going into tomorrow’s 91km stage that features many of Tulbagh’s most famed trails, including the notorious Bone Trail.
Riding comfortably, with great control and composure throughout, the first-timers cruised home in 4:34:52 – nearly five minutes ahead of second-placed finishers Ariane Luthi and Robyn de Groot (Salusmed).
Press Release After a pandemic-enforced hiatus, the Absa Cape Epic, widely regarded as the world’s premier mountain bike stage race, returned to action in fine style in Cape Town today with the 20km Prologue ahead of seven days of marathon mountain biking. The Mother City didn’t quite get the memo that the show was back […]
Mud-splattered by the finish, the pair were delighted with their efforts. “It was really tough out there today thanks to the weather, but we are used to those conditions from some of our recent XCO rides, so we handled it well,” said Stigger.
PRESS RELEASE FROM RED BULL (Brandon Semenuk performed this backflip-tailwhip in his winning run. Photo by Long Nguyen/Red Bull Content Pool) Brandon Semenuk made Red Bull Rampage history on Friday when he edged out three-time champion Kurt Sorge to claim his fourth title and become the first to win back-to-back Rampages, as fans and […]
MBA Wrecking Crew’s list of Do’s and Don’ts
(Danny MacAskill has his trials skills mastered.) Back in the Summer of 2021, with news of their first Drop and Roll shows in two years on the horizon, Danny MacAskill and Duncan Shaw decided to dust off the tour bus, load up the trials bikes and head out for a couple of days. The two […]
(Emil Johansson took home $25,000 for his Slopestyle win. Photo by Clint Trahan.) SILVERSTAR MOUNTAIN RESORT, BC, October 2, 2021 — On August 17, 2019, Emil Johansson won his first Slopestyle competition at Crankworx. Two years and four Slopestyle World Championship competitions later, he hasn’t stopped. His win Saturday in the Title Slopestyle presented […]
Luke’s words: Danny Manning and I spent a few days at Mt Bachelor hanging out, getting clips in between laps, and enjoying the unreal hero dirt and conditions we were given at the park. Being a free rider isn’t all about speed through the bike park, but more focused on riding the park in a […]
Here are the Elite Men’s downhill results for Saturday in West Virginia, the last World Cup downhill race of the year: Final Year-End Point Standings
The opening round of the 2021 EWS-E season saw a diverse mix of racers take to a huge course that encompassed three loops, nine stages, and 60km of racing in a single day. On the start line were bonafide legends of the sport alongside a smattering of Enduro World Series regulars and the new breed of e-bike specialists.
Morzine offers Europe’s largest MTB Park with over 600km of trails and a huge variety of terrain.
South Africa’s Greg Minnaar made history today by winning his fourth World Championship downhill title.
ELITE MEN XCO Complete results Elite Men: Results xc men ELITE WOMEN XCO Complete results Elite Women: women xc U23MEN Complete results U23 Men: u23 m U23 WOMEN Complete results U23 Women: u23 F
The Durango-born Blevins wins the first individual Elite Men’s Title of the 2021 UCI Mountain Bike World Championships in Val di Sole, Italy.
Tracer recently announced the release of their new Tracer 279 enduro bike. Be sure to keep an eye out for the test in an upcoming issue. In the meantime, here’s what Intense says about the bike: “The Tracer 279 has been in development for well over three years, with an early alloy prototype Tracer 279 […]
The rain kept coming and the elite men had to deal with a track that was unrelenting in its unpredictability.
Bryson Martin, Jr. takes on one of the manmade sections of trail at Whistler Bike Park during the Crankworx festival in 2009.
(Photo: John Ker/MBA)
We’re going back around nine years with this photo. That’s Marco Aurelio Fontana leaning into an uphill switchback at Mont-Sainte-Anne, Quebec. Marco won the bronze medal at the 2012 Olympics in London, England. (Photo by John Ker/Mountain Bike Action)
OSAKA, Japan (April 28, 2021) – Adding versatility to its drivetrain lineup, Shimano introduces its new LINKGLIDE technology, designed and engineered to increase drivetrain durability while further enhancing the seamless shifting that Shimano is renowned for. LINKGLIDE components offer a more robust drivetrain option for a wide variety of bikes and riding styles, providing better […]
If we weren’t dealing with the coronavirus pandemic, there’s a good chance we’d be at the Sea Otter Classic this time of the year. Here’s a shot from April 10, 2010, of Aaron Gwin racing against Australia’s Mick Hannah in the event’s world-class dual slalom competition . (Photo by John Ker/MBA)
If you carry tools to fix your bike, you should also carry tools to fix you
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Our December 1990 issue featured coverage of the NORBA National Championships final race, at Mammoth Mountain, California. That’s Bryson Martin on the cover of the issue. He was one of our test riders in those days. He’s the founder and CEO of DVO Suspension now. Susan DeMattei (left) took the women’s XC national title for […]
MBA’s Brandon Castelli rounds one last corner on a rocky trail before heading home. Things were so different back then. This was right around three years before COVID-19 changed the world. Photo by John Ker.
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Stylish rider repeats 2018 result, just hours after securing second place in Crankworx Innsbruck Slopestyle