There was nothing the entire mountain bike community wanted more than for Steve Peat to win a World Championship. With a long list of 2nd place World Championship finishes, Steve Peat, who was one of the oldest racers in the start gate, finally earned
The World Championships at Val di Sole in 2008 featured one the most drama-filled downhill races in history. As the riders came down, Steve Peat was on the verge of securing his first World Championship with a quick time. Sam Hill, who currently held
Sam Hill has more World Championship victories than anyone else in the last 10 years, and there is no indication that he is slowing down. Back-to-back rainbow stripes in 2006 and 2007, he was surely up for the win in 2008 until he over-cooked the last
Most of you probably recall the LEGO Team Monster Energy/Specialized mock-ups that spread across the internet like wildfire a few years ago. Well, they're back! This time they're in the running to actually be produced by the LEGO brand. A few words from
A favorite of the people and no stranger to the podium, France's Fabien Barel retired from World Cup-level racing in 2011. Half-way through the decade, Fabien stacked up back-to-back World Championship wins among some of the decade's heaviest competitors.
The evolution of the deity handlebar line is here! The crew at deity is proud to announce the release of their highly anticipated lines of podium ready handlebars that firmly stake their position in the high end handlebar market. With the debut
Greg Minnaar has had an impressive and long career that seems to go relatively unnoticed. 10 years ago, Minnaar was the World Cup series overall winner and 8 years ago, he claimed victory at the World Championship downhill in Lugano, Switerzland. He
Nicolas Vouilloz is undoubtedly the most successful downhiller at World Championships. 7 Elite Men's DH World Championships are his and he wrapped up his illustrious downhill career with back-to-back wins in 2001 and 2002. On top of that, he won 16 World