Defending champs Keegan Swenson and Erin Huck will both be back; Kate Courtney, Christopher Blevins, Riley Amos, and Gwendalyn Gibson are other riders to watch
Swenson defends the title, while Huck will wear the stars and stripes for the first time since 2016.
How to watch, who to watch, and what to expect from Winter Park, Colorado this weekend.
U.S. cross-country champion Chloe Woodruff has resigned her spot on the U.S. Olympic MTB team; Erin Huck will take the third spot in Tokyo.
The American Olympic hopefuls won both the short track and XCO events in Fayetteville, Arkansas last weekend.
Christopher Blevins won both men's elite races, while Mexican national champ Diana Campuzano and Erin Huck went 1-2 for the women.
On this week's episode we hear from MTB stars Kate Courtney, Chloe Woodruff, Erin Huck, Lea Davison, Haley Batten, and Hannah Finchamp about the Olympic push.
How Kate Courtney, Lea Davison, Erin Huck, Hannah Finchamp, Chloe Woodruff, and Haley Batten are pushing each other to be ready for Tokyo 2021.
Pro riders hope that adherence to COVID-19 protocols will show that bike racing during the pandemic is possible.
In late 2019 America's top female MTB racers devised a plan to win the maximum three spots for the Tokyo Olympics. The plan meant Erin Huck, Lea Davison, Kate Courtney, and Chloe Woodruff would chase UCI points across the globe.
Mountain biker Erin Huck drops by to discuss her pathway to the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo, plus the impact that Kate Courtney's meteoric rise has had on U.S. mountain biking.
In May, Erin Huck broke her ankle, derailing her World Cup campaign. Now the American is aiming her comeback at the 2020 Olympics.