I've kind of been dropping the Crankworx ball a bit, there's just so much mountain biking happening at the moment it's hard to keep up. Anyway it seems like the Crankworx Enduro was a little bit of a gong show, but at the same time it looked pretty fun, albeit with far too little time between stages and little rest. Jerome Clementz won over a stacked field and Kiwis Kurt Lancaster, Jamie Nicoll and Chris Johnston represented and placed in 14th, 12th and 6th respectively. In the women's race, Anka missed a start and incured a time penalty that would put her out of the running but Rosara Joseph followed up her fine form from the Mega and Downieville and killed it for 2nd place, six places ahead of Anja McDonald in 8th.
In a matter of 6 years, Martin Maes has gone from being a rookie teenager with abundant potential to one of the best mountain bikers in the world
The penultimate round of the EWS went down in Ainsa, Spain on the weekend and Richie Rude was back on form, check out all the action…
Legendary freerider Graham Agassiz is looking for a riding buddy in his hometown of Kamloops. Enter Max, an 8 year old ripper and the brand new Kona Process 24 kids' bike.
Wyn shoves his saddle in a few people’s noses as he gets all the gossip from the track walk at Mont Saint Anne
Loui Harvey and Jess Enlund are back on the Superenduro mission this time its Val Di Fassa and the European Continental Enduro Series.
Check out the highlights of the top 3 men’s and women’s qualifying runs, including Brook Macdonald’s 2nd place qualis run