A weekly roundup of what's happening in the off-road.
Kate Courtney, Christopher Blevins, Haley Batten, and Riley Amos headline the XC MTB races in northwest Arkansas
The American Olympic hopefuls won both the short track and XCO events in Fayetteville, Arkansas last weekend.
Christopher Blevins won both men's elite races, while Mexican national champ Diana Campuzano and Erin Huck went 1-2 for the women.
Boston Rebellion cross-country race will be the final stop on the US Cup pro mountain bike series in 2016.
Raphael Gagne and Catharine Pendrel win a hot series finale in Colorado Springs to claim the overall U.S. Cup mountain bike series titles
Three-time world champ Nino Schurter rode away from the field at Bonelli Park, while Emily Batty relied on a crafty sprint to win Saturday
Pro XCT #2 Fontana
After the first weekend of cross-country, short-track and Super D racing in the H2O Overdrive Triple Crown, Max Plaxton and Kelli Emmett are the overall series leaders. Next up in series is Colorado's Chalk Creek Stampede May 14-16.
After withering attacks from Sam Schultz and Geoff Kabush, Max Plaxton was able to break away on the last lap to win the first race in the US Cup Triple Crown Series on Saturday. Kelli Emmett managed to outsprint Lene Byburg in the women’s field on the Bonelli Park course in Southern California.
After working behind the scenes on the structure of a new professional calendar for domestic mountain bike racing, cross-country pro and Singletrack.com columnist Jeremy Horgan-Kobelski says he's frustrated yet hopeful that top-tier racing will continue in the U.S.
CTS International Classic in Colorado Springs will be the final event of the 2010 Pro XCT series.
Organizers of the new Sho Air-Specialized US Cup and USA Cycling's Pro Cross-country Tour (ProXCT) have canceled the final race of each respective series, the Series Shootout cross-country race. The event was supposed to be held September 26 at Bootleg Canyon, just outside of Las Vegas, and run during the Interbike trade show.