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Mountain Bike Racing

New Stop for World Cup XC in Czech Republic

Current World Cup cross-country leader Jaroslav Kulhavy officially opened the new course in his home country of the Czech Repbulic this past weekend. The Specialized Racing rider, who has won three World Cup races on his Epic 29er this year, lives less than an hour away from Nove Mesto Na Morave, site of the second-to-last […]

Tested: Club Ride Clothing

At last: Riding gear that's plenty good enough for the trail and doubles as a set of street duds.

London Olympic XC Test Event Rolls Sunday

In a little more than a year the world’s top cross-country racers will be vying for gold, silver and bronze at the London Olympics. But before that, on July 31 to exact, many of those riders will be in the UK to throw down on the official XC course. Sunday’s Olympic course test is being […]

Plaxton, Davison Champs of 3-Year-Old Pro XCT

In the short, three-year life of USA Cycling’s Pro Cross Country Tour (Pro XCT) a different rider has won the national series each season. Replacing the defunct National Mountain Bike Series (NMBS) in 2009 as the premier cross-country stage in North America, the inaugural season was won by American Jeremy Horgan-Kobelski and Canadian Catharine Pendrel. […]

Compton, Grant Take Steamboat Stinger 50 Debut

Sometimes the best races are the ones put on by racers, and the inaugural Steamboat Stinger 50 held last weekend was a classic example of that. Selling out the City of Steamboat Springs-granted 340 spots within weeks of announcing the endurance event via social media and word of mouth, Honey Stinger’s 50-mile showcase of classic […]