As fans and riders awoke on Saturday in Snowshoe, the clouds hung heavy, just as the anticipation hung in the air for what was to come, for this Saturdaywould play host to round #6 of the UCI Downhill Mountain Bike World Cup.
This weekend the World Cup Circus picked up its tools once again - this time, to take on round #3 of the UCI Mountain Bike World Cup in Leogang, Austria. Nestled in the Salzburg mountains, Leogang has become a staple of the circuit and has many tales to tell.
Fresh off a weekend of dodging tree's in the Tweed Valley, Scotland, we caught up with Eddie Masters to see how everything went for him at the opener and get an insight into an Enduro World Series weekend from a top contender.
This past weekend, Scottish privateer Mikayla Parton took on the second round of the UCI Downhill Mountain Bike World Cup in Fort William, Scotland. We caught up with her after the event to see how it went.
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A one day race to hand out cycling’s most elusive prize - a coveted rainbow jersey. A challenging track, ever changing weather conditions, and a roaring crowd - the stage was set for an epic 2019 Mountain Bike World Championships.
Val Di Sole always seems to be the catalyst for drama and this year was no different. After a mostly dry practice, the heavens opened for qualifying providing the world’s best riders a genuine challenge on just getting the down the hill in one piece. The sun would come out for finals, setting the backdrop for another nail biting World Cup race!
After over a decade long hiatus, the popular French mountain bike town of Les Gets returned to the World Cup circuit. With wide open corners and big jumps, the course kept much of its old school feel and provided another great race.
After a few weeks of down time, the UCI DH series returned to action in Vallnord, Andorra. With tight championship battles in both the men’s and women’s categories, and a steep and dusty track that challenged the world’s best, the race was set to be an epic battle!
One week on from the wet and wild battle of the Scottish Highlands, the World Cup circuit landed in Leogang, Austria for World Cup #3. Riders were met with a bike park style track that posed an entirely different set of challenges from the week prior. The sun was out and the race was on!
Torrential rain throughout the weekend brought challenge after challenge to the riders and teams. The World Cup circuit is defined by its extreme highs and lows, and this weekend was to be no different.
After a 9 year hiatus the UCI Downhill Mountain Bike World Cup returned to Maribor, Slovenia, to kick off another year of racing. Back in 2010 Greg Minnaar came out victorious on a rain soaked course, becoming the first rider to win a World Cup on a complete carbon DH bike. 9 years later and the revolutions continue, this time, with mismatched wheel sizes. Let the racing begin!