The 2019 VeloNews Awards for MTB, cyclocross, and North American racing.
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.
In the absence of Matthieu van der Poel, Schurter had a clear run to add to his record haul in Mont-Sainte-Anne, Quebec
The UCI Mountain Bike World Cup held its fourth round this weekend in Les Gets, France. American Kate Courtney doubled up, while Nino Schurter and Mathieu van der Poel also won
Breck Epic organizes its charitable efforts under banner of new Epic Legacy Foundation. The world's best XC mountain biker Schurter heads to Cape Epic.
Our top off-road riders of 2017 are Nino Schurter, Wout van Aert, Sanne Cant, and Mathieu van der Poel.
Nino Schurter has more than lived up to the hype, with four world championships and four World Cup titles. He heads to Rio seeking gold.
Nino Schurter and Jolanda Neff proved to be the most consistently dominant mountain bike racers of the 2016 season.