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The sixth round of the UCI Mountain Bike World Cup presented by Shimano is the first combined double event of 2017 – and the first of four in a row to finish out the season – drawing the world’s best in both Cross-Country Olympic and Downhill.

For its 15th edition, the Val d’Allos Tribe 10 000 went back to the roots with a real 10 000 meters descent combined on two days and a mechanical lift for the climbs. From the top of the ski and mtb domain - Le Gros Tapy at Allos’s Seignus, the 370 lucky riders went down the legendary long, technical an physical stages as tiring than marvelous that made the Tribe race first of its kind and from now sacred as mythical.

Had he just sat back and glided through his final run, Daryl Brown (GBR) might have won the Crankworx Les Gets Dual Speed & Style Thursday evening, defending his title from last year on two hours sleep.

After qualifying fastest yesterday on the super quick Leogang track, Aaron Gwin laid down a brilliant final run here today to take his first World Cup win of the season, and his 3rd for The YT Mob.

Albstadt, Germany is set to showcase the second Cross-country (XCO) battle of the season during round three of the UCI Mountain Bike World Cup presented by Shimano. Just a week after the wild season kickoff in Nové Město na Moravě, Czech Republic, emotions are still high and riders are eager to continue the clash.

The American is on a roll and after winning at Crankworx Rotorua and in Thun tonight, he increases the pressure on his competition for the FMB Diamond Series crown. Rogatkin was follwed by two Italians: Torquato Testa and Diego Caverzasi put on a great show, securing second and third place at the first FMB Gold Event of the season.