Round 4 of the 2017 PMBA Enduro series once again visits the tight and twisted Gnar Bike Park for fresh cut loam and dare-you doubles.
The British downhill scene appears to be in the doldrums, with BDS boss Si Paton pulling out and British Cycling on the hunt for replacement…
Annie Last won the UCI World Cup XCO event in Lenzerheide and becomes the first British woman to do so since Caroline Alexander way back…
Kirroughtree MTB Centre, 1 October
Loamtastic edit. PMBA Kirroughtree venue may not be the biggest hill for enduro stages but the loam appears to be absolutely prime.
Claudio Caluori’s back on home soil in the Swiss mountains and is ready to roll with another World Cup course preview.
Spotted over on the Planetski is a news story that suggests that the slopestyle and gravity event known as Crankworx may be on its way…
Claudio and Brook Macdonald take on a slippery and steep Vallnord course that has them on their limit.
The 2017 Mavic Trans-Provence is one the highlights of the enduro calendar. Here's the page with all the results and the glorious video reports.
A new survey put out by UK enduro organisers aims to quiz female riders about what they'd like to see more of in enduro events.
The Giro Grinduro format is enduro racing on dropbars - sort of. July 15th will see the first UK Grinduro on the Isle of Arran,…
Three disadvantages: lack of rough stuff on the track, slower on the super fast sections, and less drive on landing slopes. And Gwin is amazing.
There are rumours circulating that some cheeky World Cup downhill racers will go for a coordinated practice run down the controversial Leogang course.
Yep, it's Claudio o'clock again. This time we see the Swiss Legend on a big wheel Scot Gambler 29 trying to chase down Marcelo Gutierrez.
It's not just the endless hand-wringing over wheel size that people are debating. There was loads of other controversial stuff from Ft Bill.
The Fort William round of the 2017 World Cup Downhill was always going to have a 29er aspect to it but here's why a big…
Evie Richards has won her first under-23 XCO World Cup over in Albstadt, Germany. Her victory was earned principally by sheer domination of the climbs.
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Six nationalities, 160km, 1500m ascent, four seasons of weather in one day, 12 Spanish omelettes, 14 chorizos, 2kg of Jelly Babies and a dog.
Weather and wheel size dominated proceedings. But it was still great to see the World Cup return for 2017. Here are 27.5 things we learnt