So round 6 of the DH and 4X World Cup was in the weekend and it must have been the easist one to watch but somehow I missed it. Anyway it was Sam Hill's first win of the season which I'm not that hyped about. I was really thinking we could go the whole World Cup without Sam getting on the top of the podium. It's still a pretty exciting World Cup, Peaty is only four points behind Sam Hill in the overall standings with two races to go and only 108 points separate the top four. Oh and Shaun Palmer finished 75th.
New Zealand’s Anton Cooper has become just the second Kiwi to secure a cross-country World Cup podium with a brilliant third placing in Germany today.
Watch Loic, chased by a drone, ride his local DH track..... at night!
The World Cup will be in Fort Bill in June and then in Lenzerheide in July - check out this tongue in cheek edit as Lenzerheide loose the snow!
After two wet EWS races the GT Factory Racing team were no doubt looking forward to a dry start to the downhill World Cup season.......
Check in with the YT Mob riders - Gwinn and Mulally and get behind the scenes over the World Cup weekend.
Super Bruni - What will 2017 bring for him? Great start to what could be the video series to watch this year!
Maybe not Imaginatively named, Bernard Kerr's edit in the run up to his World Cup DH season is well worth a watch, steeeezy!
Claudio Caluori and Cedric Gracia take you on the DHI course of the 2015 UCI MTB World Champs.
The BBH Crew are the French trio of Bryan Regnier, Maxime Mauvais and young filmmaker Leon Perrin...