The Crankworx Rotorua Enduro race brought all the guts and glory that we've come to expect from the ever-popular format. Here's a glimpse of what went down.
The 2015 Crankworx Rotorua Pump Track Challenge proved to be the most well-attended pump track contest in Crankworx history, drawing hundreds of rowdy fans.
The Crankworx Rotorua Downhill race was filled with frenetic action yesterday, with Frenchman Loic Bruni taking the win with a gap of more than two seconds.
The Crankworx Rotorua Dual Speed and Style contest evoked some fierce competition today, with Swedish phenom Martin Soderstrom finally emerging victorious.
The latest addition to the Crankworx mountain-bike festival tour, Crankworx Rotorua, kicked off with the Whip-Off Champs, and things got rude.
The 2015 Taipei International Cycle Show was busy, with 1,104 companies showing their newest product. But talk of the new 27.5-plus standard stole the show.
Conditions were all-time for the Sedona Mountain Bike Festival, with recent snow and rain sprucing up some of the American Southwest's finest singletrack.
Instant engagement hubs, stubby stems, tattooed seats and more in this second gallery from Frostbike 2015.
QBP's annual Frostbike tradeshow kicked off Saturday, with many of the distributor's partner brands coming out to show their wares. Gallery and coverage inside.
It might seem strange for us to be putting out an issue of Bike that is largely devoted to high-alpine riding at a time when much of the Northern Hemisphere is still buried under snow. Though one could argue that it's masochistic to pine for something that seems so far away, in practice it's one of the best ways to ward off the mid-winter doldrums.
The dust has settled on the final stages of the Andes Pacifico in Chile, and winners have been crowned after four days of hard racing.
Racers battled high temperatures and stiff competition on day three of the Andes Pacifico enduro.
The Andes Pacifico enduro kicked of on Wednesday in La Parva, Chile. Sixty-three racers made the trip from 15 different countries.
Velosolutions received a request to build a pump track in Thailand, and the finished product is absolutely stunning.
The Red Bull Rampage 2014 took freeride fans on its usual roller coaster of exhilarating highs and dramatic lows, as the world’s most capable big-mountain riders duked it out on fresh lines at a brand-new venue.
The dozen or so riders who had yet to attempt a second run in the Red Bull Rampage qualifiers got their fair shot at getting into the finals Sunday.
The Kamikaze Bike Games Enduro was held on Sunday—it was a sold out crowd of 300 riders for the fourth stop of the California Enduro Series.
Clear blue skies and rising winds heralded the beginning of today’s Red Bull Rampage qualifiers, but despite a few brief windows of hospitable weather, the wind, rain and lightning ultimately brought about an untimely end to the second qualifying runs. Ten riders are still hopeful that they will get a chance to join the 10 pre-qualified riders for a shot at big-mountain glory.
This year Mammoth Mountain celebrated its second year of the Kamikaze Bike Games, since the original race series ended in 2001.