The Biggest MTB Race in the World
Over the period of 15 years, Kolo pro život (Bike for Life) has become the biggest series of MTB races in the world. Every year, more than 25,000 cyclists take part in it, and it was no different last weekend. With a great turnout of over 1,200 cyclists, the Škoda AUTO sponsored race in Hustopeče, Czech Republic was a sight to behold. We’re going to film the next race, which happens to take place in Mladá Boleslav, the birthplace of Škoda AUTO, so be ready for some cool stuff. Thousands of cyclists in one place? That’s guaranteed fun!
MTB World Cup Insanity from Cairns
The rainforest of Cairns, Australia played host to the wild downhill mountain bike race, and Rachel Atherton was the fastest of all. Watch her charge down the mountain in the video above.
New Design of the WeLoveCycling Website
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The Sweet Cycling Life
Can you imagine anything better than spending your life building trails? Read all about it in our interview with Roman “Scout” Levy – HERE.
You’ll Never Walk Alone
Peter Sagan didn’t exactly enjoy his return to mountain biking and crashed out of the first MTB race he entered in seven years. The former junior world champion in the discipline damaged his bike and suffered a minor injury during the race. He then had to walk to the finish line. His fans didn’t mind it at all, though. Watch them cheer Peto on in the video above.