Haley Batten’s Trail to Tokyo

Haley Batten is the youngest US Mountain Bike racer on the 2021 Tokyo Olympics long-team, although she is by no means a long shot. In our interview, Haley shares how she arrived at the top of the sport, the importance … (read more)

Kaitlyn Boyle: The details behind her Kokopelli Trail FKT

Kaitlyn Boyle Interview In 2018 Kaitlyn Boyle was on top of the World. Literally. In February she set a course record at 24-Hours in the Old Pueblo (18laps, 300miles) and then went on to be 2018 24-Hour World Champion in … (read more)

Alex Grant’s World Champs Blog

Prior to this trip I had never raced In Europe. When people asked me if I had I would always say “No, I haven’t, yet…” in the back of my mind wondering if I ever would. In the past I … (read more)

Alex Grant’s World Champs Blog

It’s been a wild ride, but I am here in Andorra about to go out and do the final course check ahead of tomorrow’s World Championship XC race. This week has been a blur of travel and intermittent sleep (for … (read more)

Marlee Dixon’s True Grit Epic Race Blog 2015

Looking back on my first race of the season, The True Grit Epic, I am psyched for mountain biking and racing this year.   The True Grit Epic, a 50 mile or 100 mile mountain bike race set in St. George, Utah, … (read more)

Moab Rocks Stage 1 – Canadians Dominate Day One

Moab Rocks 2014 kicked of with a vengeance just after sunrise this morning. (read more)

Moab Rocks – Stage 3: Travis Brown and Jen Hanks Wrap Up the Open Titles

As a fitting end to 3 days of high-paced, bar-to-bar racing, the final stage of Moab Rocks was determined on the final climb of stage 3. After a gusting wind battered racers yesterday Monday’s weather couldn’t have been better. Warm … (read more)