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July 6, 2021
Red Bull Rampage Celebrates Twenty Years with Utah Event

It’s Back!! In October, fifteen of the world’s best riders will head for Southern Utah to compete in the twentieth anniversary running of Red Bull’s premier freeriding event. The first Red Bull Rampage was back in 2001, and although it hasn’t run every year since, there have been 14 events over the years and only […]

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July 6, 2021
Despite Covid Concerns Big Names in MTB Due to Compete in Tokyo Olympics

This will be the strangest Olympic games ever, already a year late due to the global pandemic, fresh doubts have been expressed about whether they should still go ahead. At the time of writing, it seems like they have the green light and the big names in MTB are heading to Japan. The atmosphere at […]

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July 6, 2021
Snowshoe Mountain to host two World Cup events

Snowshoe Mountain in West Virginia is to host two Mountain Bike World Cup races in September this year. The events were announced by the Union Cycliste International (UCI). The second race was added after the cancellation of the Fort William World Cup event (my home race). The event is scheduled to happen on Wednesday, September […]

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July 6, 2021
International Mountain Bike Association European Summit 2021

Last month the IMBA hosted an online summit to explore how the sport could improve people’s lives through the sport. The summit brought together some of the sport’s policymakers and others involved in the industry at a high level. Amongst the keynote speakers at the conference were: - Peter Fischer – Policy Officer Green Sport, […]

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July 6, 2021
Chloe Woodruff Resigns from USA Olympics Team

USA Cycling has announced the withdrawal of Chloe Woodruff from the USA MTB Olympic team. In a statement released to the press, the organization said the rider had resigned from the team for personal reasons. The US national champion came 14th in the 2016 Rio Olympic Games and had been expected to ride in Tokyo […]

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July 6, 2021
Big plans on the horizon for UK Mountain Biking

British Cycling has announced its long-term agenda for the future of Mountain Biking in the country. The plans, which include downhill and endurance, lays out a series of goals and the route map of how they hope to achieve them. The plans were drawn up following a six-week consultation process that British Cycling undertook in […]

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June 14, 2021
Mongoose v Schwinn : Which is the Best for Beginners?
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June 13, 2021
Cannondale vs. Trek Mountain Bikes

Two of the grandest names in Mountain biking are Cannondale and Trek. Both companies are renowned for producing high-end bikes that are at the cutting edge of mountain bike technology. If you are looking for a new mountain bike and have narrowed it down to these two companies, then well done, you are already well […]

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May 20, 2021
Mountain Bikes Under 500 in 2021 - MTB Pro Reviews the Best
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March 13, 2021
Trek Marlin 5 vs 6 (Which should I go for in 2021)

Trek is a bike company that has consistently been one of the top brands to consider for cyclists of any discipline. From highly-specialized mountain bikes for intense off-roading to comfortable and efficient electric road bikes for your daily commute, riders all around the world have long been able to count on Trek to provide a […]

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