Claudio Caluori and Ed Masters take us on a tour of the legendary Val di Sole race track. For the last race of the season, the World Cup downhill circuit heads to Val di Sole. This famous track located in Northern Italy winds won the Dolomites and is nicknamed the Black Snake. The 1.4-mile course
The final race of the 2017 UCI World Cup DH season takes place tomorrow morning in Val di Sole, Italy. Hit the track one last time with Claudio and Ed Masters as they preview the course. Watch the finals live or on demand on Red Bull TV. The women’s finals kick off at 7:00 AM
Loic Bruni was fastest in timed training. Can he maintain that pace Sunday and break the one hit wonder curse? This weekend, the World Cup DH circuit returns to Mont-Sainte-Anne for the 27th time. Take a look at this refreshed classic with Claudio Calouri and Sick Mik Hannah in the course preview below. The new
Claudio Caluori and Gaetan Vige take a tour of the Lenzerheide World Cup DH track. For round No. 5, the World Cup DH circus heads to Lenzerheide, Switzerland. This is a newer track that was introduced back in 2015. It’s a relatively short course that received only minor updates for this year. It’s here that
Vallnord is a notoriously steep track that’s impossibly difficult in the rain. This weekend, the World Cup is rolling into Vallnord, Andorra. It’s a steep track that’s going to be especially tricky on race day if the rain persists. Right now, Tracey Hannah is sitting at the top of the women’s standings, but Rachel Atherton
It seems like everyone is on big wheels this year, including Claudio! Photo by Bartek Wolinsk After a month long hiatus, World Cup DH returned with a vengeance at Fort William, Scotland, last weekend. This weekend, the circus has moved to beautiful Leogang, Austria. YT’s Aaron Gwin has been dominant here for the past two
It’s been a quick turnaround for the World Cup teams. After racing in Fort William, Scotland, last weekend, the series moves to Leogang, Austria, for Round #3 this weekend. Leogang has been one of the more bike park-y tracks on the calendar and it looks to have been smoothed even further for 2017. Some riders are complaining
World Cup DH is back! This time, the circuit has moved to Fort William, Scotland. After a month long hiatus, the World Cup DH circuit is back for the second of the season. This time, the circus is moving to Fort William, Scotland. This classic track has received a few changes this year and is
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