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SRAM athletes win five rainbow jerseys at road World Championships.
Tyler Williams of L39ION of Los Angeles puts serious thought into a few PSIs one direction or the other. He reveals his approach to tire pressure based on course features and conditions. We take a look at his approach at the Momentum Indy criterium races.
Lessons learned on an overnight bikepacking trip.
The World Cup saved the best for last with back-to-back World Championships and World Cup Finals. True to their mantra, Vali Höll, Jamie Edmondson, and Tegan Cruz brought the Youth and sought the Glory, showing up to both events in full mast to put it all on the line for the two biggest titles of the year and wrap up their season.
In the 33 years of Downhill Mountain Bike World Championships, there have been 66 opportunities for gold between men and women. 31 of those golds have been won by French riders. Mirroring road biking, the fans have shown up in full force time and time again, proud of the athletes their culture has supported and created.
SRAM and Women in Sports Tech (WiST) are announcing their partnership to promote and increase opportunities and representation of women in cycling, including electronics, app development, and engineering.
Whether it’s your first World Championship title or your tenth, becoming a World Champion is indescribable. The 2022 World Championships was one for the books with Nino Schurter becoming a 10X World Champion, Pauline Ferrand-Prévot doubling down in XCC/XCO, and Vali home taking home her first set of rainbow stripes as an Elite. Read on to catch the action from the most memorable World Champs in Les Gets.
Gracey Hemstreet’s steps to the top are still being taken, but that doesn’t mean she is starting at the bottom.
Pump for Peace, a global initiative founded by Velosolutions with the goal of making cycling accessible to all, is proud to announce a new racing team as an extension of Pump for Peace’s activities.
RockShox Trek Race Team athletes Vali Höll, Jamie Edmondson, and Tegan Cruz take on World Cup DH Rounds 6 and 7 in North America.