Lizard Skins riders Anne-Caroline Chausson and Anneke Beerten both walked away from Crankworx Rotorua with excellent results, Anne-Caroline having won the enduro and Anneke having taken first in the pumptrack challenge and fourth in the enduro. Check out this video for an inside look at their experience in New Zealand.
Only in the unReal world. The cameras of Anthill Films and Teton Gravity Research are turned on Graham Aggassiz, James Doerfling and Cam McCaul as they push the limits of mountain biking...on a glacier.
Rainfall couldn't keep the Crankworx Rotorua Slopestyle contest from going off, with competitors throwing down as if they'd never heard the word "rain" in their lives.
Martin Soderstrom is back to true form, winning the Crankworx Rotorua Dual Speed and Style after two years of persistent injuries.
Having been postponed due to threatening weather on Thursday, the Crankworx Rotorua Pump Track Challenge went off under the lights on Friday. Contestants went head-to-head in quick laps around the track, and in the end Dutch nationals Anneke Beerten and Joost Wichman took the top spots.
Lapierre Gravity Republic rider Loic Bruni kicked off his 2015 season with a win in the Crankworx Rotorua Downhill.
You might have seen the incredible photo of Danny MacAskill and the solar eclipse, with Danny dropping off a ledge just as the moon crosses in front of the sun, forming a picturesque crescent in the sky. But the real story concerns what it took to capture that photo at the perfect moment of eclipse.
Racers were burning down the Speed and Style track, trying simultaneously to outdo each other in the air and cross the finish first.
Sideways madness from Crankworx Rotorua.
The BikePark Wales Trail Crew is tasked with keeping their trails clean, clear and rideable–and they take their job very seriously.
Brendan Fairclough travels around the world riding his bike, but his home in Surrey is still his top choice when it comes to trails.
Irish National Enduro Champion Dan Wolfe will be competing in the first EWS round during Crankworx in Rotorua, and shredded some Queenstown trail beforehand for this fast-paced edit.
Crankworx Rotorua is set to begin in a matter of hours, with many of the world's best riders descending on the north island of New Zealand.
Eliot Jackson left the California winter for the picturesque landscape of New Zealand to rip it apart on his Pivot Cycles Phoenix Carbon DH.
Rémy Absalon and Pierre-Charles Georges blast down the famous Rude Rock trail in Queenstown, New Zealand.
Henry Fitzgerald puts his Kona Process 153 to the test on some loamy and technicals tracks.
Team InFocus samples the goods at the Saalbach bikepark in Austria, finding fun trails for downhill and trail bikes alike.
Devinci/Alltricks.com enduro racers Damien Oton and Theo Galy spent a bit of time getting fit on the ripping singletrack of Portugal's Azores islands.
With its overbuilt pivots, supple suspension feel and good pedaling support, this burly bike should offer years of service to aspiring rippers.
Crankworx is still a few days away, and with George Brannigan on the loose there might not be any berms left in all of New Zealand by the time it rolls around.