Michael Vanthourenhout won the gold medal at Cyclocross World Championships, in Tabor (Czech Republic). A week after the overall success in the Cyclocross Under23 World Cup, the Belgian prospect dominated the Worlds' Under 23 race claiming an impressive "double" on Sunday February 1st.  

In just two months the Enduro World Series will head down under to New Zealand for its first race of 2015 – and anyone who wants to be part of this historic event should make sure they have Thursday in their diary.Entries for the first ever Giant Toa Rotorua Enduro, part of the inaugural Crankworx Rotorua, open this Thursday, January 22nd at 9am NZDT. The event is expected to sell out in minutes – and with the race offering amateurs the chance to ride alongside names like Jared Graves, Jerome...

Usually the last press release of the season or that of the new year are put out to announce the Superenduro schedule of the opening season, but not this time. For the very first time in the last eight years, during 2015 no races of the National Superenduro Series will take place. It has been a very tough and painful decision, but it is vital for the existence of the Superenduro itself.  

Northwave closed with a bang the weekend of the Cyclocross National Championships, conquering two prestigious titles in Italy and Belgium, on Sunday January 11th. In Pezze di Greco (Southern Italy), Cannondale Factory's Marco Aurelio Fontana raised his arms on the finishing line after a spectacular solo action, whilst Sunweb – Napoleon Games' Klaas Vantornout earned the Belgian-flag jersey success in Erpe-Mere (Belgium) with an attack in the last lap, beating the fierce competition in the...

Northwave and Sunweb-Napoleon Games' athlete leads the Under 23 overall standings with 83 pointsNorthwave's Belgian youngster Michael Vanthourenhout (Sunweb-Napoleon Games) grabbed the fifth seasonal success in U23 Superprestige's round 6, in Diegem (Belgium), on Sunday December 28th.  

It doesn't seem long since Jared Graves and Tracy Moseley were crowned this year's Enduro World Champions – but in just a month's time entries will open for the 2015 Enduro World Series. With eight rounds next year and demand for places expected to be high, this year there will be a phased entry system to try and help as many people as possible secure a spot.

Anton Cooper and Rosara Joseph prove too good at the Urge 3 Peaks Enduro staged in Dunedin, New Zealand, at the weekend. Threatening weather dampened the tops of Signal Hill for the final two stages today, but beneath the trees the steep tracks remained in optimum condition for racing.Commonwealth Games gold medalist Anton Cooper was unable to snag a stage win today, but his consistent times were enough to give him the overall lead by just 11 seconds after five stages. Jimmy Pollard, of...

The Urge 3 Peaks Enduro endurance downhill mountain biking race has attracted an international field for this weekend's racing in Dunedin, New Zealand. (December 6 and 7, 2014). Organisers expect about 200 riders to line up at the race start on the summit of Flagstaff on Saturday morning and among them are 10 Australians, two riders from Switzerland and one rider from France.  

Great day for Northwave's athletes at Isola d'Elba (Italy). Second place for Sunweb's rider at Zonhoven (Belgium)Northwave's athletes dominated once again in Giro d'Italia Ciclocross' stage 2, on the Isola d'Elba (Livorno), on Sunday November 2nd, repeating the great performances of the opening round in Fiuggi (Frosinone). Gioele Bertolini, equipped with Extreme Tech MTB Plus shoes, proved to be among the leaders of the whole Italian movement, delivering a strong performance in the Men's Open...

The Absa Cape Epic will return to the slopes of Table Mountain in 2015 when the rugged eight-day race's Prologue is staged from the University of Cape Town. The much-anticipated route announcement took place in Cape Town on Wednesday (October 22) and the Mother City will kick off the 2015 edition on Sunday, March 15. From there the course takes riders to the Elgin Valley, Worcester and Wellington before the new Grand Finale finish venue at Meerendal Wine Estate on March 22.

There have been so many things going through my head over the last six weeks since the Whistler EWS. All the "what ifs!" My worst result of the season to this point was 9th. On paper, just needing 23rd or better in Finale Ligure sounds easy enough, but you just never know about a flat or a snapped chain...all the thoughts of something going wrong creep into your head. Deep down you're thinking it will be fine, but you just never know.

The Enduro World Series 2014 has created many stories in the last seven rounds – but none quite as compelling as Finale Ligure this weekend. Not only did we crown new World Champions but we saw one of the most impressive comebacks cycling has ever seen. Finale 2014 will go down in the history books for all the right reasons.

A weekend of cyclo-cross racing in Whistler Creekside has wrapped up, with the completion of the first annual Cyclo-Cross Whistler. Over 100 racers each day participated in the inaugural event that brought the dirt, rocks, mud and cobblestones of Whistler Creekside to life.

About 8,000 people found their way to the Uppsala Castle on Saturday afternoon last weekend to see some of the biggest names in freestyle MTB compete at the Martin Söderström Invitational. Under the glorious Swedish sunshine, one by one, the riders dropped in to raise the bar. The spectators were amazed and the riders pumped. The competition had it all: huge tricks, spectacular crashes, and suspense to the last second! See for yourself in the official highlight clip: win.gs/MSI_highlights .