Downhill mountain biking DH is a genre of mountain biking practiced on steep, rough terrain that often features jumpsdropsrock gardens and other obstacles. In competitive races, a continuous course is defined on each side by a strip of tape. Depending on the format, riders have a single or double attempt to reach the finish line as fast as possible, while remaining between the two tapes designating the course.
The latest gear reviews, editorials, rants by uncle dave and press releases from the mountain bike industry. Results and highlights after a wild weekend on the rowdiest World Cup track of the season…. The heavens opened and the Black Snake shook up the top qualifiers in each category….
Sunrise view of Grand Lake, Colorado. Four years ago, almost to the day, we published an advocacy alert calling for support of a modest proposal to allow mountain biking on a short stretch of singletrack in Rocky Mountain National Park. While an announcement back in seemed to indicate that the trail would be open later that year, it took much longer than anticipated.
Driving into Tignes Le Lac in the first week in July, it was hard to believe that the snow was still retreating. Harder still to reconcile the thronging ski resort I knew with this sleepy lakeside settlement. Sure, I could make out the shapes of the runs I had snowboarded from their naked contours but instead of the confusion of coloured bodies and clacking planks, the streets were quiet and spotless.
Welcome to a new week on the road. Okay, we've been enjoying some unseasonably warm weather in the UK the past few days, with reports of people wearing summer cycling kit, scoffing ice creams, and sitting outside to eat - global warming FTW, eh? Currently dealing with a few reports of a male cycling naked near to the ferry boat yard and Penketh Mount, anyone with any extra info please contact alwayswearsunscreen iwanttoridemybicycle pic.
The director of Crank Sisters and an internationally certified mountain biking instructor, she has reached out to recruit a greater number of girls to participate in the Minnesota High School Cycling League and also bring in more women coaches to serve as role models. A former elite in-line skate racer, Flynn, 50, first noticed the lack of women involved in mountain biking when she hung up her skates and began devoting herself to bike racing in While she always felt welcome at races and events, she wanted to get more girls and women involved in the sport.