The wait is now officially over: on Wednesday, August 25th, Val di Sole was back to breathing the air of great mountain bike events after two years, and the challenge offered by the riders in the opening Team Relay certainly did not disappoint the expectations, and bodes very well for what’s next...
Sweden's Emil Johansson continued his dominant streak in competition, leaving the 21 remaining riders at the inaugural Red Bull Copenride in Copenhagen to compete for silver in the weather-affected competition.
Episode 1: The Mountains Going to the mountains is easy, but finding the perfect route to fully enjoy a gravel bike, in a rugged and complicated environment, is not so easy. Luckily this time I had an extra help! A few weeks ago I had received the new SR Suntour GVX fork at home, a fork aimed at...
Last year I finally bought a truck, something I’ve never had. With a SUV, I’ve always used a Yakima HoldUp and optionally a HoldUp +2 when I need to carry 4 bikes. On the pickup, that set up seemed very long and I was quickly looking for a different solution.
Briton Bernard Kerr was crowned champion of Red Bull Hardline 2021 for a record third victory on Sunday with an incredible time of 2.33.533 as he flew down the world's toughest downhill mountain bike course in Dyfi Valley, North Wales.
Loïc Bruni is one of the fastest men on this planet riding down the hills. When he meets up with Claudio Caluori for a fun little battle in the “Home of Trails”, the two unexpectedly stumble into a new mission and quickly decide to help some locals in need.
Riders started their pursuit for glory on Saturday night with the Pro Stage, where it was Richie Rude (Yeti/Fox Factory Team) and Andreane Lanthier Nadeau (Rocky Mountain Race Face Enduro Team) who raced to victory and set the scene for an intense showdown on Sunday’s four stages.
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