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.
Katie Hall, Kate Courtney, Alison Tetrick, and Amity Rockwell will all line up at this weekend's Grasshopper Adventure Series. What makes the gravel series so popular amongst female riders? We asked the experts.
The 2019 VeloNews Awards for MTB, cyclocross, and North American racing.
It was a lucrative weekend for Sofia Gomez Villafane, who won the fat tire crit and the backcountry race, en route to winning the Epic Rides series overall.
We caught up with Kate Courtney following her World Cup overall title to discuss the 2019 season.
Prior to this past weekend's World Cup finals in Snowshoe, West Virginia, the United States hadn't hosted a stop on off-road cycling's premier series since 2015. The sport's top riders descended on Snowshoe to contest the series finals, and they were greeted by a fast and technical course. American riders shone throughout the weekend, with Kate Courtney winning the elite women's overall. Photographer Don Karle was there to capture the action.
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We catch up with Kate Courtney to discuss her World Cup overall title; plus analysis from the Vuelta a España, Sepp Kuss's thrilling stage win, and pro cycling's young stars.
Kate Courtney secured the World Cup cross-country overall title with a fifth-place finish in Snowshoe, West Virginia.
U.S. squad displayed lots of grit and had a few close calls, but in the end it was not the final result they were gunning for