In her first attempt at the eight-day Absa Cape Epic mountain bike race, world road champion Anna van der Breggen wins with teammate Annika Langvad.
Help support Charlie Cunningham's recovery from 2016 bike crash. Watch Cape Epic online. Carson City Off-Road date change, and more.
The man behind the longest-running 24-hour race in the world explains why people keep coming back to 24 Hours in the Old Pueblo.
The mountains around Los Angeles are rife with trails and old roads that make the area ideal for gravel riding.
USA Cycling avoids date conflict between marathon nationals and the Whiskey Off-Road, changing Texas race date to early May.
Doping scandal rocks the Enduro World Series as Rude and Graves each have adverse analytical findings at French race in May.
The 23-year-old talks to VeloNews about his dual role as both a pro cyclist and the executive director of a youth sports program.
Geoff Kabush won his third Iceman Cometh MTB classic, but this year he left the mountain bike at home and instead rode a gravel rig.
Check out Spencer Powlison's author page.
Former world champ Jolanda Neff adds some Swiss speed to Trek team; Breck Epic puts up a big prize purse for 2019, and more.
Even a two-time world champion like Catharine Pendrel has to dig deep to find the motivation to bounce back from a major injury.
This week's roundup of all things dirt includes some charity work and the Kamikaze Games.
Howard Grotts talks about balancing marathon and XC races, his plans to return to Olympics, and a flattering case of mistaken identity.
Breck Epic winner Jeremiah Bishop talks about the evolution of endurance mountain bike racing. Plus, Leadville wraps up.
We talk to four pro mountain bikers from Durango about how the 416 fire has impacted them and their community.
American Kate Courtney lands a top-10 result at Albstadt MTB World Cup after strong showing in short track race.
Welcome to The Dirt, the weekly news round-up on what's happening in the worlds of gravel, mountain biking, and all things dirty.
The Dirt is the weekly news round-up on what is happening in the worlds of gravel, mountain biking, and all things rough and dirty.
American Kate Courtney is on a tear at Cape Epic, winning four stages with teammate Annika Langvad and holding the overall lead.
Neil Beltchenko rides 350 miles through wind and snow to win Iditabike, Interbike has a new-look demo event, and more.
It's your weekly news round-up on what is happening in the worlds of gravel, mountain biking, and all things rough and dirty.
Welcome to The Dirt, the weekly news round-up on what is happening in the worlds of gravel, mountain biking.
Here's your weekly round-up of interesting news from the worlds of gravel racing, mountain biking ... and all things dirt.