The race to the sea comes to a close but not without with some high risk, high speed action
Day Six and the sea is in sight. Nico retakes the lead from Jerome plus how to get the attention of an entire campsite
The action from the South of France continues, Jerome Clementz taking the lead from Nico…
Full results, pics and report from day two: Nico continues to lead the pack
Chipps made a bet four years ago. Today it was time to reckon up and see if he’d won. It was also the final day of the show. Premier Subscriptions can be bought for £30/year (including the printed mag) – £15/year for digital only or just £2/month if you want to try it out.
A video diary from the inside part of the Interbike show plus a gallery of odd shots just for our Premier users. A Premier subscription can cost just £2/month and gets you access to not only these Premier stories but our entire Mag Archive of digital issues plus eBooks.
Mike has news of the final round of the CRC MTB Marathon series, taking place in the picturesque town of Ruthin: Only a week to go before the last event of the 2011 season kicks off at the Rugby Club in Ruthin, North Wales. The 17th and 18th of September are the two days when […]
Word from north of the border for all you 24 hour race fans… With 24 hour solo riding considered one of the toughest and challenging championship events in the global calendar, the opportunity to be recognized as the best is regarded as one of the highest accolades in the mountain biking community. However, with no […]
Just for our Premier users here’s Interbike 2011 Video Diary part 2 with Jon and Chipps’ highlights of day 2 in the desert.
Looking for Up The Buttress 2013? Update: Write-up and results here Calling All Calderdale Hill Climbers! FINAL UPDATE: THE RULES! If you are entering on the day please register between 12pm and 1pm RULES Helmets must be worn and bikes must have two working brakes. When returning through Hebden Bridge road laws must be obeyed. […]
Day five took the riders from Machynlleth to Cwmystwyth, some 73km and 2300m of climbing south the fifth linking stage struck out towards the fourth special stage at Nant-y-Arian.