Officials from USA Cycling plan to take advantage of the yearlong delay of the Tokyo Olympics caused by the coronavirus pandemic, and a big step came with the announcement Thursday of a...
NORTH CONWAY, N.H. (AP) — An outdoor adventure sports festival is being organized in New Hampshire this spring.
The Mount Washington Valley Chamber of Commerce is scheduled to hold the...
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — Many enthusiasts cross state lines to find mountain bike trails, but fortunately for Nebraskans, mountains aren't a requirement.
HELENA, Mont. (AP) — Hiking and mountain biking groups in Montana are at odds but say they're committed to dialogue after a recent mountain bike race.
LENZERHEIDE, Switzerland (AP) — Kate Courtney is the first American to win the mountain bike world championships in nearly two decades, holding off Danish rider Annika Langvad to win the rainbow jersey.
Langvad took an early lead and Courtney spent much of the day decreasing a 20-second gap. The 22-year-old from California caught Langvad, the 2016 world champion, with a few laps left.
KILLINGTON, Vt. (AP) — Hundreds of bikers will descend on Vermont for their shot at $40,000 and glory in competitive mountain biking.
DURANGO, Colo. (AP) — Will Christopher Blevins pick a road cycling career, or will he continue to race his mountain bike?
It is one of the biggest questions in American cycling. It's also a question the 20-year-old from Durango is tired of answering.
"I get asked that a lot, more and more," he said. "I think of myself as more of a bike racer than a certain kind of bike racer. Even more than that, I think of myself as a person who happens to be a bike racer."
CASTAIC, Calif. (AP) — A Los Angeles County reserve sheriff's deputy has died after collapsing during the World Police and Fire Games in Southern California.
The Sheriff's Department says 68-year-old Jacob Castroll was competing in a mountain biking race near Castaic Lake on Friday morning when another rider found him. He was unresponsive and died at a hospital.
HENNIKER, N.H. (AP) — A few times a week, Jonathan Sawn of East Hartland, Conn., bikes to work. But Sawn's ride to work is no gentle ride across town, he bikes 20 miles each way to complete the trek.
This long ride, Sawn said, is done partially to help train for a 24-hour solo bike race at Pats Peak in Henniker.