Photos of the Crankworx Air DH race on probably the world's most famous trail.
Finishing fourth last year at the Whip-Off Worlds, Bas van Steenbergen is back again as a serious contender for the "Official" Whip-Off Worlds title.
If ever there was a day when enduro racing legitimized itself through raw, gritty, bare-bones mountain biking, today was it. The Crankworx Whistler Enduro race—the toughest competition of the Enduro World Series—delivered racers and fans everything we've come to expect from the sport itself.
Kyle Strait adds another win to his list of triumphs at the Crankworx Speed and Style contest. Exclusive video and photos from the day's action.
Riders tackled the final stage of Singletrack 6 with great gusto, as they rode the vast trail system on Mt. Macpherson.
Stage five of the Singletrack 6 brought riders onto the Moonrackers trail network in Golden, British Columbia, and was proclaimed by many riders to be their favorite so far.
We recently had an opportunity to ride the 2015 Scott gravity bikes, the 27.5-inch Gambler and 27.5-inch Voltage, in Chatel, France and Morgins, Switzerland.
Stage 4 of the Singletrack 6 brought riders to the outdoor community of Golden, British Columbia.
47 kilometers (29.2 miles) of fast, flowing singletrack greeted riders today, as they embarked on stage 3 of Singletrack 6.
The Enduro World Series round 5 in Winter Park featured Trestle Bike Park’s “Trestle Downhill,” and stage 6 looked more like an cross-country course than anything out of the EWS playbook.
Day number two at the Enduro World Series round 5 subjected the riders to three stages with more natural-feeling terrain than the machine-built trails of Stages 1 and 2.
After events in Chile, Scotland, France and Italy, the Enduro World Series headed to Winter Park, Colorado for its 5th round.
Singletrack 6 kicked off under clear blue skies, balmy temperatures, and high spirits. Todays stage covered 40 kilometers and climbed 1800 meters through the Kananaskis Country.
The Urban Downhill at Evel Knievel Days in Butte, Montana, was the first urban downhill to happen on American soil. And this one included lions and snakes.
Each year, the world's best head to Les 2 Alpes to compete in the European Crankworx event. This year saw a first-time win and three-year reigning champion.
Jason Sager and Wendy Simms win the stage; Kris Sneddon and Lea Davison for over-all, after the finish of the British Columbia Bike Race day 7.
British Columbia Bike Race day 6, held at Squamish, finished with Barry Wicks on top of the podium, followed by Kris Sneddon and Spencer Paxson.
Today’s course had both old-school style trail riding, mixed with newer style flow-trails heavily influenced by the dirt sculpting faction of mountain biking.
The third stage of the British Columbia Bike Race, presented by Lululemon Athletica, eased into the isolated town of Powell River on the Sunshine coast.
Day two of the BC Bike Race, sponsored by Rocky Mountain Bicycles, returned to its annual stop in Cumberland. The brand new 84 kilometers (52.2 miles) has never been used in the BCBR until this year.