Sep 18 |09:42 AM
Munich, September 18th 2014 – The world’s best 24 riders performed an incredible array of mind-blowing tricks to amp up the 62,000 live spectators. For 2 days, Nuremberg’s historic city centre turned into a boiling pot for extreme mountain biking. The crowds witnessed the first ever Tsunami Flip in a MTB contest as well as a head-to-head battle until the last minute.
But what’s behind bringing a massive freeride course to the streets of a European metropolis? Who are the people that work so hard to ensure the athletes can throw down those breathtaking tricks? And what do the pros get up to when they are not practicing or competing?
Sep 17 |08:29 AM
Scott Junior Trophy returns to Saalfelden Leogang
Saalfelden Leogang, Salzburger Land, Austria, September 16th, 2014 – After the successful debut last year, the SCOTT Junior Trophy will return to Saalfelden Leogang. On September 21st children aged between 3 and 16 can get a taste of real race experience. Aimed at promoting fun on two wheels, the competition gives young, aspiring racers a chance to prove their skills in Europe’s largest children’s bike park. Of course, their efforts will be rewarded with great prizes and trophies not to mention that irreplaceable feeling of standing on top of the podium. Participants can register until September 18th on www.biketember.com or onsite on September 21st until 08.30 am.
Sep 15 |18:09 PM
Anton Thelander defended his crown at Martin Söderström Invitational
September 15th 2014 - About 8,000 people found their way to the Uppsala Castle on Saturday afternoon last weekend to see some of the biggest names in freestyle MTB compete at the Martin Söderström Invitational. Under the glorious Swedish sunshine, one by one, the riders dropped in to raise the bar. The spectators were amazed and the riders pumped.
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