Four years as an Enduro World Series team and chasing its fourth consecutive world champion title, Yeti Fox Factory Team continues to defy odds and expectations. Led by two-time EWS Champion, Richie Rude the 22-year-old junior downhill racer turned Enduro phenom, will enter the 2017 season pursuing his third consecutive Enduro World Championship title. Rude will be joined by Cody Kelley who will be entering his second year on the team. Both riders will focus on the EWS international race circuit.
Yas Marina Circuit, 26 February 2017 – Caleb Ewen avenged the embarrassment of his stage two defeat at Al Marina by cruising to victory on the Yas Marina circuit on the final day of the Abu Dhabi Tour - and this time delaying his celebration until after the finish-line.
Josh Bender’s old school tricks may seem a thing of the past, but a new generation of freeriders are daring to perform extreme tricks in competitive events.
The Portuguese rider Rui Alberto Faria da Costa (UAE Abu Dhabi) won Stage 3 of the 2017 Abu Dhabi Tour, the 186km queen stage of the race, from Al Ain to Jebel Hafeet, thereby taking the lead in the overall General Classification. On the podium he was rewarded with the race leader's Red Jersey, sponsored by Al Maryah Island.
The countdown to the 2017 Enduro World Series has begun in earnest with the announcement of the public lottery, Wild Card selection and EWS Challenger Events opening for entry next week.
The Polygon UR Team opens its arms to embrace Trickstuff - a boutique cycling component manufacturer who boasts of its handmade products. Although smal…
He’s been second twice but today Richie Porte finally took home the trophy, winning the 2017 Santos Tour Down Under by an impressive margin.
Caleb Ewan deserves every accolade that has come his way at the 2017 Santos Tour Down Under where he claimed his second win on stage three to Victor Harbor on Thursday.
With new partners and a new rider, the team around Olympic Champions, Nino Schurter and Jenny Rissveds, looks towards a bright future. Scott-Sram MTB Racing Team is the new name of Scott's global MTB team for the next four years. Sram has been a great partner of the team since the very beginning in 2002 and now as a title sponsor, the partnership includes RockShox as the suspension partner as well.
Richie Porte produced his trademark best to win stage two of the Santos Tour Down Under from Stirling to the hilltop finish at Paracombe and also take the overall race lead on Wednesday on Staging Connections Stage 2.