As the shortest track so far on the World Cup DH circuit, Switzerland’s Lenzerheide provided some of the tightest and most exciting racing of the year. Just because it’s short doesn’t mean its not steep and gnarly AF, and the racers were forced to put it all on the line. When the dust settled, Amaury Pierron and Marine Cabirou stood atop the men’s and women’s podiums, continuing the French dominance of the sport.
Enduro racing, especially at a pro level, really is a true test of fitness and bike skills. Sure, downhill racing takes some serious chops and a whole lot of cojones, but enduro racing mixes the gnar with pushing your physical fitness to its limits. Jesse Melamed really shows off that side of the sport in his POV from the Crankworx Summer Series enduro race at Silver Star earlier this week. The tracks aren’t super gnarly, as they’re mostly smooth jump trails, but that means he’s flat-out
It's no secret that E-bikes are the weapon of choice for bikers looking to set uphill speed records without doing too much work, but how do they perform in other aspects of mountain biking? Talented British goofball Brendan Fairclough put his Scott Genius E-bike to the test in an effort to answer that question. RELATED: Check out the trailer for TGR's While there's definitely a degree of personal preference involved, Fairclough concluded that the E-bike's weight actually made for more
Antoine Basin in the Kootenay mountains was first sought out for its plethora of valuable minerals: silver, lead, and zinc. The treasures hidden away in these vast and rugged mountains drew miners from all over, hoping to take away a piece of its riches. But as with most mining communities, there was a boom and bust, and Antoine Basin once again became another unassuming valley in the British Columbian backcountry. RELATED: Learn more about Veronique Sandler in here Accomplice athlete