Rachel enters the record books with ANOTHER World Cup Overall title. Atherton and Martin Maes nab the top spots in La Bresse.
Claudio Caluori's preview videos have been sorely missed from this season's UCI World Cup Downhill racing. Who should step in to his shoes?
Rachel Atherton's first win in a year and Amaury Pierron's first win this week as both took the wins at Leogang UCI Downhill World Cup.
3rd and 4th place runs at last weekend's Fort William World Cup were the most impressive results of the whole race.
Sunday sees our homeland's World Cup racing as the biggest and best bikers head to Fort William. Here's how to watch and who we expect…
Greg Minnaar has fractured his arm during practice up at Fort William World Cup. He joins Jack Moir on the injured list.
Will Pole will be trialling a prototype Pole Machine 200 bike with a radical cockpit setup at this weekend's Fort William World Cup?
If the first round at Stellenbosch left us with many unanswered questions, the racing in Albstadt certainly helped answer more than a few.
We can expect to see fireworks at the second round of the UCI World Cup XCO taking place at Albstadt, Germany this weekend.
The movement back and forth of riders between World Cup Downhill and the Enduro World Series continues.
Ahead of the Fort William World Cup next month, here are Rachel Atherton's top tips for improving your mountain biking.
If you were under the impression that the track in Losinj, Croatia was short and a bit well, lame. Check this POV. It's way more…
Everything you need to know about the 2018 UCI World Cup DH that starts in March. Dates, venues, telly info, favourites, predictions, speculation and gossip.
Claudio and Brook Macdonald take on a slippery and steep Vallnord course that has them on their limit.
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.