The Sustainable Trails Coaltion testified on December 7, 2017 during a congressional hearing for H.R. 1349, which has the goal of opening some Wilderness trails to mountain biking. Here are the highlights. The post Highlights of the STC’s Historic Congressional Testimony on Mountain Bikes in Wilderness appeared first on Singletracks Mountain Bike News. Highlights of
The Swiss dominated the elite titles, team relay, and u-23 comp at the 2017 World Championship in Cairns, Australia. This year, World Champs was held in Cairns, Australia. The dusty 2.6 miles (4.3 km) course was absolutely brutal. //www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pj3WMV0f_Lk In the elite women’s race, Jolanda Neff and Annie Last quickly broke from the pack. They
While many complained that Cairns wasn’t gnarly enough to host a World Champs, the slippery track would claim a number of the World’s best riders. This year, World Champs was held in Cairns, Australia for the first time since 1996. If you’re old enough, you’ll remember Shawn Palmer lost by a fraction of a second
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Wow, what a race! This World Cup season has seen some wild weather and Mont-Sainte-Anne was no exception. Just before the top 20 male qualifiers came down, the skies opened up, and absolutely dumped on the track. The rain seemed to actually improve the grip on the rock sections, but the rest of the course
It was a wild weekend of racing in the Swiss Alps at Lenzerheide. Track conditions were bone dry which meant tight times for the finals. In the women’s race, Rachel Atherton looked to be back on form after dislocating her shoulder in Fort William. She qualified first, less than a second ahead of Myriam Nicole,
Greg Minnaar and Myriam Nicole became the first repeat winners of the season. The world’s fastest mountain bikers converged in Lenzerheide, Switzerland, last weekend. Heading into race day, some of the biggest names in downhill were noticeably absent due to a series of brutal crashes and mechanicals during practice and qualifying. During the main event,
Troy Bronson and Myriam Nicole came out on top in Vallnord. This past weekend’s World Cup race in Vallnord, Andorra, was arguably the most entertaining of the season. The women’s race saw the return of Rachel Atherton and a fourth winner in four races. On the men’s side, the top riders put on a show.
Congratulations, you’ve made it through a long, long week of work! You’ve slaved away for the man, working to put food on the table and keep the lights on, and now finally–finally!–you’ll get to enjoy some much-needed time in the woods, shredding on a pair of knobbies this weekend. You’ve reached the finish line of
Cycle-Ball appears to be a cross between soccer and quidditch. Today, we’re taking a short break from our normally scheduled mountain bike coverage to bring you highlights from the Cycle-Ball World Championships. That’s right, this is a UCI sanctioned event. If you’re a mountain biker, take a second to think about that. Cycle-Ball is a