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AMERICANS DOMINATE FIRST XCO WORLD CUP OF 2024

Mairiporã, Brazil

USA's Christopher Blevins Wins Elite Men's XCO Race; USA's Riley Amos Wins U-23 Men's Races; Four USA Women Finish in the Top Ten in Elite XCO Race (Story and photos courtesy of WHOOP World Cup) 2024 UCI CROSS-COUNTRY OLYMPIC WORLD CUP…
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THE CRANKWORX SLOPESTYLE STRIKE IS OVER

The show will go on.

The Freeride Mountain Bike Association (FMBA) and Crankworx have reached an agreement with the male athletes, allowing the men’s Slopestyle World Championship to take place as planned for the remaining 2024 FMB World Tour Season.
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CANFIELD BIKES MOVES TO PONCHA SPRINGS, COLORADO

New location offers larger warehouse and connected office space for 25-year-old bike company

“We’re surrounded by breathtaking mountains, fantastic trails and an amazing community of mountain bikers and outdoor enthusiasts,” says Lance. “I’m really excited for our company’s next chapter here and what the future holds.”
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TINKER JUAREZ HAS BEEN RACING BIKES FOR 50 YEARS

And it doesn't look like he's planning on slowing down anytime soon

Tinker was a superstar of BMX from the time he was 15. Besides being one of the best BMX racers in America, Tinker was also called "The King of the Skateparks" in the late 1970s due to his high-flying aerial skills at his local skatepark,…
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IMBA WORKS TO OPEN UP MORE PUBLIC LANDS TO MOUNTAIN BIKING

Local and national advocates have worked with land managers to bring mountain biking to some surprising places

National Recreation Areas were first established in the 1960s and peaked in the latter half of the 20th century. Ensuring mountain bikes retain access requires mountain bike advocates to stay abreast of proposed legislation and land…
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UPDATE ON CRANKWORX ROTORUA SLOPESTYLE CONTEST

Crankworx answers the frequently asked questions (FAQs) about the matter

"Despite offering a 37% prize money increase for Crankworx Rotorua after negotiations, the male athletes decided to withdraw from the competition due to a lacking appearance fee which they demanded for travel support." 
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PHOTOS AND RESULTS FROM CRANKWORX ROTORUA AIR DH & WHIP-OFF

New Zealand is going wild with the latest mountain bike action

PRESS RELEASE FROM CRANKWORX ROTORUA Photos by Clint Trahan/Crankwors Crankworx Rotorua AirDH Winning the AirDH, Ryan Gilchrist was followed by fellow Aussie and last year’s winner Mick Hannah. Gilchrist attributed part of his win to the…
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TOMAC TUESDAY

35 years ago

Back in the late 1980s and early 1990s, John Tomac was the  equivalent of Nino Schurter and Greg Minnaar today. Tomac was considered the G.O.A.T. of mountain biking. He won multiple national titles in the U.S. in both XC and downhill,…
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THE 2024 ABSA CAPE EPIC STARTS THIS SUNDAY

America's Howard Grotts and Switzerland's Nino Schurter will join a huge field of international riders vying for the titles in the 8-day South African stage race

A stacked UCI Men’s field will do battle across eight days on what is arguably the toughest course in the race’s 20-year history
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SEA OTTER UPDATES

The Sea Otter Classic is just over a month away

Special Live Event Today - March 13th: Pro cyclist and Life Time Grand Prix presented by Mazda athlete Hannah Otto discusses her Fuego XL preparation, race strategies, fueling, logistics, as well as a Q&A. Don’t miss this one! 4PM PDT.
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BILL INTRODUCED TO CREATE “CALIFORNIA MOUNTAIN BIKING MONTH”

California Mountain Biking Coalition celebrates introduction of resolution declaring June 2024 as “California Mountain Biking Month”

PRESS RELEASE: Sacramento, CA (March 8, 2024) - The California Mountain Biking Coalition (CAMTB) is thrilled to announce the recent introduction of Assembly Concurrent Resolution 152 by Assembly Member Connolly and Senator Jones, a…
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THROWBACK THURSDAY: CEDRIC GRACIA IN 2001

Cedric was one of the top riders in the world for years

We were digging through our slide files and found this shot of France's Cedric Gracia from Mt. Snow, Vermont, in August of 2001. Cedric was one of the top riders in the world in both downhill and dual slalom in the late 1990s and…
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