BOULDER CITY, NV – The 2016 Winter Gravity Series at Bootleg Canyon is underway, and now that the dust has settled from the Nevada State DH Championships weekend, it's time to take a look at the standings in the DVO Emerald Cup Team Challenge.
Today our sport lost an athlete, an ambassador, a pioneer – and to many – a friend. Kelly McGarry has passed away in Queenstown, NZ. “McGazza” was riding at Skyline Queenstown on the Ben Lomond trail, which is accessed from the Skyline Gondola when he apparantly collapsed on the trail.
Well known for introducing the neck brace which is now an industry standard for gravity riders, Leatt is no stranger to the protection game. But far beyond the brace that the brand’s name has become synonymous with, Leatt has a full line of body armor and protection, and we were pretty stoked to try the 3DF Hybrid Knee Guard when we first got a look at it during Interbike.
MARS HILL, NC – Is your New Year's Resolution to ride your bike more? Then you might want to consider kicking off the new year at Bailey Mountain Bike Park this weekend. In case you missed the news, Bailey Mountain Bike Park has recently expanded their operating schedule to include Fridays to the bike park's weekend operations.
WINDHAM, NY — For the second time in December, MTBparks.com checks in with a report of lift access biking returning to the mountains in another winter-starved region of the United States. This week's report comes from Windham Mountain Bike Park in New York.
VIRGIN, UT – Red Bull Rampage – the contest that puts the “mountain” back in mountain biking returns to network TV for the 10th Edition of the world’s premier freeride event. All disciplines of riders including downhill, slopestyle and freeride mountain bike athletes converge on the demanding terrain of Virgin, Utah to compete for glory and bragging rights in one of the biggest tests of skill and guts in the world.
SLINGER, WI — While it may be winter in some parts of the country, the mid-west has been experiencing an unusually warm weather pattern over the course of the last few weeks. But instead of shutting down operations due to lack of snow, the crew at Little Switzerland Bike Park in Wisconsin have announced plans to open for downhill mountain biking this weekend.