Photo credit Luke Waterson What images come to mind when you think of Denmark? Luxury, right? Lovably designed furniture, some Michelin starred dining or – at the most exerting – a sedate Copenhagen cycle ride. The country does clean, gentle and green more than wild and mean. But if you truly crave physically strenuous – [...]
If the Mountain Bike World Cup in Fort William hasn’t shaken the energy out of you, Scotland has man other great courses to try while you’re here. Three of them are, near as damn it, smack bang on your way up if you’re coming from the south. Photo Courtesy of Forestry Commission Scotland 7 Stanes: [...]
GT Factory Racing’s Martin Maes showed immense character this weekend to pull back from a disappointing day 1 when he crashed, damaged his bike and finished up in 20th at close of play. Gathering himself together for day 2 he rode in his usual inspired fashion to post a clean sweep of 4 out of [...]
The fog seemed to thicken as we drove further into the black mountains in Germany. It was grey, gloomy and wet, it reminded me very much of Wales. We were on our way to Todtnau Bike Park with Kye Forte to film some Downhill Mountain Bike action. I pressed the magic button on the dashboard [...]
The sound of the engine revving and the smell of petrol burning as the exhaust fired reminded me of my childhood. As the motorbikes throttle was pulled back, the engine revved louder; it was like being a kid again on a Sunday morning when my Dad used to start my 80cc Yamaha before I could [...]
During Communism, Slovakia’s Tatras mountains were almost unknown to the outside world. Since then, they have developed a growing reputation for bargain-price skiing at resorts like Jasná and Štrbské Pleso. But there’s much more to this stark, sharp 80km-long line of peaks. Outside of the Alps and the Pyrenees the High Tatras – hugging the [...]
Moments – Gee Atherton takes us for a GoPro run of Cairns world cup track. Watch the video now from Gee Atherton’s qualifying run at the Cairns World Cup in Australia.