I previously raced motocross at a state and national level from the age of 12 until the age of 23. I never quite got to the level I wanted and lost the enjoyment for riding in the last 2-3 years. As a kid I could be found building jumps on any piece of land I could find and spent the day tearing it up on the BMX. I switched to MTB at 16 as a form of cross training for
Tristan excited -
1.Racing a World Cup
2. Seeing all the fast boys, Nino , Absalon
3. Time off work
4. Having a swimming pool
5. Smoking cigars at the after party with Trent
Holly Harris - Proud to wear the green and gold hoops on the Oceania Champs podium. Pic thanks to Barking Cat Photography
1. Riding Jacobs ladder for the first time!
Schooled as a late adolescent in the art of the road trip I can fondly recall a quick ol lap of the bottom of Australia. Because that’s what time rich, money poor folk like my young self and peers did for shits and giggles in those days.
From Marysville to Sydney then Ulla Dulla via Broken hill, where we swapped from Ryan's Midnight Oil blaring so loud to overcome the screaming of
As history has shown, the women’s race in the World 24 Hour Solo championships, often provides not just as much excitement as the mens, but often more. This was shown in 2010 and again in 2013, where both years had exciting “down to the wire” finishes and female fields that were at least 40% of the men’s field in terms of numbers.
This tells you that women love to
Cory Wallace and Jason English lapping together at Weaverville. Doing the old "nah havent been doing any training" and "look how relaxed i am, this is so easy for me brah" body language trick.
It’s 6.15am on the second day of WEMBO Weaverville this past October and I’m focused on the task at hand: Don’t make any mistakes on the long winding descent back to transition after taking over
Hi, my name is Courtney Snowball, I’m a 15 year old girl who loves riding mountain bikes. I have been riding competitively for around 4 years now, both my parents and my younger brother ride mountain bikes competitively also.
I have spent the last 3 years riding my mum’s old 29 inch ‘Element 905’ Rocky Mountain and have recently upgraded to a Liv Giant ‘Obsess’ 27.5 inch,