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Ibis Cycles 2018 enduro team revealed


Fresh off winning the Enduro World Series overall team title, the Ibis Cycles squad returns for 2018 with some new faces but still determined to hold onto their crown.

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Yeti Fox Factory and National Teams annouced


For the upcoming season, the Yeti Fox Factory and National Teams will set sights on the international and U.S. race circuits including the Enduro World Series and Big Mountain Enduro.

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EWS qualifier series expands to 25 countries


The Enduro World Series is coming to a race near you, as the list of official qualifier events grows to 50 races spread across 25 countries and four continents.

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2018 Rocky Mountain Race Series announced


The 2018 Rocky Mountain Race Series, a multi-discipline mountain bike series in Colorado and New Mexico, will include downhill, cross country, short track, and dual slalom.

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Video: Nino Schurter’s Perfect Triple Crown Season


After winning gold at the Olympic Games in Rio it was almost impossible to top the huge success of 2016. But in 2017 Nino Schurter pushed the limits again.

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GT Factory Racing says goodbye to a few friends


At GT they’re saying goodbye to a few of their athletes and one team mechanic. To honor Brook MacDonald, Sam Dale, Jackson Frew, Anneke Beerten, and Ely Woods, they’ve put together a quick goodbye video.

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Want to race the EWS in 2018?


Riders who want the chance to compete in any of next season’s eight races should mark Thursday, December 7th in their calendar as the public lottery process opens for all EWS races.

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On Track with Curtis Keene: The final chapter


The conclusion of another Enduro World Series season brings victory for only a select few. Sometimes the race doesn’t go as hoped, but it’s all about a love of riding. Watch as Curtis Keene presents a recap.

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Video: Three best runs of 2017 Red Bull Rampage


Once again, Red Bull Rampage served up a stunning display of courage and extreme bike handling ability. Tops on that list with arguably the best ride in his storied career, was Kurt Sorge. See his run here.

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Photo epic: Kurt Sorge wins Red Bull Rampage


With arguably the best ride in his storied Red Bull Rampage history, Kurt Sorge took home gold at the 12th edition of the most extreme mountain biking event in the world.

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Robbie Bourdon: The original Red Bull Rampager


In the pioneering years of Red Bull Rampage, Robbie Bourdon brought a hard-charging confidence to the course, inspiring today’s competitors to trust their skills and push the boundaries of freeride mountain biking.

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What’s it really like to ride Red Bull Rampage


What is riding Red Bull Rampage really like? Most of us will never know. But these two videos do a great job helping us mere mortals understand the enormous scale of the Rampage course and what it takes to win.

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Curtis Keene and the Rules of Enduro


Press play to find out about Curtis Keene’s comeback, the amazing Sam Hill, and suspension choice in this fascinating look inside the world of enduro racing at the highest level.

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Todd Wells retires from racing


One of America’s top cross country and cyclocross pros is hanging up his race bikes. Durango, Colorado-resident Todd Wells, 41, announced this week that he’s retiring from racing.

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Sam Hill takes Enduro World Series overall crown


At the EWS finals, all eyes were focused on the battle for the men’s title, with a fight between Aussie Sam Hill and young Frenchman Adrien Dailly on tap. In the end, Hill took the crown.

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Enduro World Series prepares for Grand Finale


The Enduro World Series will once more crown its champions in Italy at the Bluegrass Finalenduro powered by SRAM in Finale Ligure where Sam Hill and Adrien Daily will do battle for the men’s overall series title.

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Enduro World Series finals courses revealed


The Enduro World Series is back in action September 30-October 1, this time coming from the challenging trails of Finale Ligure, Italy, for the series finals.

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Rocky Mountain Enduro Series saves best for last


Fall is in the air, and there are few better places to be than Colorado’s high country, where vibrant aspens are putting on quite the show for the two final races of the Rocky Mountain Enduro Series.

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Race highlights from 2017 Cairns DH World Champs


Loic Bruni and Miranda Miller are your new World Champs.

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Race highlights from 2017 Cairns XC World Champs


Missed World Champs this weekend? Catch up on the highlights from the men and women’s elite races.

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Santa Cruz Bicycles Mother Lode Epic race report


Two days before the eclipse, the inaugural Santa Cruz Bicycles Mother Lode Epic was held on trails just outside of Sacramento, California. The event brought to life a new format of cross country racing

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Nino Schurter completes perfect World Cup season


Nino Schurter just completed a 6-for-6 sweep of the season series, a feat never before achieved in XC racing.

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The reigning U.S. national XC champ has a real job


Erin Huck, the current U.S. national cross-country champion and winner of the recently wrapped Breck Epic stage race also has a “real job” as a project manager for a medical device company. This is her story.

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Val di Sole World Cup DH course preview


It’s the last race of the season. Here’s Claudio Caluori’s POV footage with guest star Ed Masters.

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2017 Breck Epic: The final chapter


Stage 6, the Gold Dust Trail. Perhaps the second most fun stage at Breck Epic, but only because there are adult beverages, a DJ, and a dance party at “stage 7.”

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