Words by Harlan Price. Photos by Dave Silver “It's a funny thing...often we live in a place and don't always see it for what it is or take advantage of the opportunities it provides.” -Leanne Neighbor Mountain Biking BC’s 7 Day Giveaway contest
We'll get the full report from our good friend, Matt Thompson at Interbike, but if you're not aware, he is your 2012 Masters World Champion. The race went down in Brazil this past weekend. Stoked for you, Matty!!
Conditions were prime for the last World Cup of the 2012 season and so was the competition. Rachel Atherton secured a race win and a World Cup overall title in Norway today, but drama was in the Men's final as the names on the podium was more ... more »
It's official, qualifying for the Hafjell, Norway, World Cup is complete and the Canadian Chainsaw Massacre, Steve Smith, finishes on top by nearly 5-seconds. Swedish rider, Robin Wallner, makes every Scanner proud with a 2nd place result in front of
Our first indication of times from the World Cup downhill in Hafjell, Norway is now available. Old timer and professional fun-haver, Steve Peat, goes quickest in timed runs. If Peaty is having a good time, the rest of the field could be in for a battle!
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MOTOREX USA is now accepting rider support resumes for 2013. We are expanding our rider support roster for 2013 and will accept resumes through Dec 1st 2012. To apply please send your resume with race results via email or mail to the ... more »
In a press release from Trek World Racing, Gwinny recounts his race run: "Race favorite Aaron Gwin (USA) saw his hopes of taking a ‘bonus’ title this year come to an end around 1min 20secs into his final race run, when inexplicably both ... more »
ELITE MEN Wow, interesting race today! Greg Minnaar showed his experience and absolutely dialed racing style as he lit up the course on his way to his first World Champs win since 2003. Gee Atherton and Stevie Smith rounded out the podium, less than