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.
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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
Round 4 of the 2017 World Cup Downhill series takes place this weekend in the tiny principality of Andorra. The track is a big departure from the previous round in Leogang with plenty of raw, natural features. Follow along as Claudio struggles to keep up with Brook Macdonald and to stay on the slippery track. The
Claudio and Loic get set to get a run in. The last World Cup of the season is this weekend. It’s being held in Vallnord, which played host to a memorable World Champs last year, which saw Loic Bruni finally put everything together for a win. This year, it’s anyone’s race. Loic is back on