QUEENSTOWN, NZ –When we found our good friend and MTBparks ambassador Michael Moore was headed down to Kiwi town for Crankworx Rotorua, we jumped at the opportunity for live coverage of our first international event. But with all the out-of-this-world riding New Zealand is known to offer, he of course had to sample some local goods along the way. Here's his first check in from Skyline Queenstown, Gorge Bike Park and Wynyard Freeride Terrain Park.
DONNELLY, ID – Tamarack Resort will resume full operations of its bike park operations this summer for the first time in nine years. The Idaho resort was "once regarded as one of the best bike parks in the country," according to the press release, and this summer lift service will once again give riders access to 1,700 feet of vert. New trails and features are also in the works, according to the resort.
It's that time of year again, and as the mountain biking world gears up for the Kiwi equivalent of the biggest event on the BC biking calendar, we're stoked to say we'll be covering our first event outside of North America. More on that later, but for now, dig the details on Crankworx Rotorua in the press release below.
BOULDER CITY, NV – The Winter Gravity Series at Bootleg Canyon is one of the premier winter gravity series in the country, and one of the most competitive components this year is the DVO Emerald Cup Team Challenge. With the State Downhill Championships and Mob'N'Mojave already in the rearview mirror, team standings heading into the final DVO Reaper Madness seem to favor Utah's team Laketown Gravity.
Five rider-voted Best Bike Parks will once again be crowned in each of eight regions across North America: Eastern Canada, Northeast, Mid-Atlantic/Southeast, Midwest, Rocky Mountains, Southwest, Northwest and Western Canada.
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.