Tune in for highlights of every stage of the 2019 Tour de France.
Schurter and Courtney stamp their authority in Les Gets and boost title hopes.
The French dominate the DH podiums on Bastille weekend in France.
A great weekend of racing with various distances for the whole family to chose from. Don’t miss it.
Nino Schurter and Anne Terpstra battle the field and the elements to take the wins.
The World Cup circus rolled into a dry and dusty Andorra for round 4 of the 2019 DH series. A small principality situated on the border of Spain and France, Andorra is on the east side of the menacing Pyrenees mountains and is an idyllic setting for a bike race. This extremely difficult track traditionally […]
The 106th edition of the race takes place from the 6th to the 28th of July. Riders will cover 3,460km over 21 stages.
‘TP’ is a rally-style race which many past participants will tell you is more about the adventure of “live trail discovery” than the time on the clock.
SA’s future mountain biking heroes will be seen in action on Saturday, 07 September 2019 when they line up at the Boschendal Farm Estate ready to experience the action of the 5th Annual Fedhealth MTB Challenge Kids Event. A highlight on the SA mountain bike calendar, the kids event caters for ages 0 – 13 […]
The Big Alpine ski terrain of Leogang Austria always puts on a spectacular show and this year was no different.
The tough climatic conditions amplified the brutality of the race track yet did little to dampen the spirit of DH racing.
Just under 1300 eager mountain bikers toed the line to test their mountain biking prowess against the 17th edition of this much revered MTB event.
A look inside the scenes with Team DiData at the Giro d’Italia
Mathieu van der Poel and Kate Courtney win on the technical Czech Republic track
This episode of Voxwomen Cycling brings you a roundup of all the Spring Classic action.
Kate Courtney and Mathias Fluckiger took their respective elite class victories at the first round of the UCI XCO World Cup in Albstadt, Germany.
All the action from the the 3 day marathon race.
“I’m excited to get the World Cups underway, I think I’ve fully recovered from the Cape Epic.” – Alan
Take a look back at what went down in 2018.
The gnarliest DH track in Africa will see a lot of action this weekend. Here is an E-Bike run down the track to get you pumped.
Englishman Simon Yates looks back at his astonishing breakthrough at the 2018 Giro.
The action was thick and fast at the opening round of the 2019 season.
Watch Philippe Gilbert move closer to completing a full set of Monuments as he edges out Nils Politt for the win at Paris-Roubaix.
As a pre-Olympic year, the 2019 season is set to be an absolute humdinger.
Paris–Roubaix is a one-day pro bike race in Northern France, starting north of Paris and finishing in Roubaix at the border of Belgium. It is one of cycling’s oldest races. The race is famous for rough terrain and cobblestones and is known as the Hell of the North. Since 1977, the winner of the race […]