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Video: Horace and The Rough Stuff Fellowship – Giveaway

What does it take to be a pilgrim? A pioneer? Can we still achieve something today or has anything been done before? Does this stop us from leaving anyway? Horace and the rough stuff fellowship follows the footprint of three man, who go on one and the same adventure, over the period of 80 years… Read more…

Adventure: Mountainbiking in India – A Discovery

This year Mesum, the director of Mtb Mag India, decided to fly down to India to really survey the biking scene in India. He was majorly stoked to take part in a big DH race which unfortunately was cancelled due to unavoidable circumstances. Quickly all plans had to be changed and the journey became a Read more…

Adventure: Trails in Zahara de la Sierra, Cadiz

The Sierra de Grazalema mountains break up the Andalusian countryside plains with its imposing limestone massif. Its crags stand as a natural wall to the Atlantic winds, filled with humidity, making it the most rainy area in the southern half of the Iberian peninsula. On top of rocks lies the white walls of Zahara, standing Read more…

Travel: Gary Forrest checks out an Enduro Mediterraraneo.

When I think of Greece, I have always imagined the Ancient Greeks, the Trojan wars, mythology and weird numbers; I have never really associated it with Enduro Racing, until now. This journey started back in March 2014 when I received a private message through Facebook from one of the race organisers, Steven Kouins. He was Read more…

Ride with the Locals: The Blast 2 – Grand Massiv, France

As the thunderclouds packed together, the first riders arrive in Samoens, France for the second Blast Epic Enduro Weekend of 2014. The temperature is hot, the air is humid and we’re all hoping the storm stays in the Morzine valley. Riders from Germany, Switzerland, The Netherlands, Austria and the UK travelled down to one of Read more…

Race Report: Yak Ru – Annapurna Challenge: On Top of the World

Yak Ru – Annapurna Challenge ’14, the preeminent mountain biking enduro style race concluded on May 12 after 6 racing days in the remote Himalayas of Nepal. The race route traversed five of Nepal’s most beautiful and remote districts covering 240km in this 5-stage race. The formidable Thorong-La pass (altitude 5416m) was the most daunting Read more…

Hacklberg Trail 2: Extension of the legendary trail is now open

On Saturday, 28.6.2014 and by best conditions, the extension of the legendary Hacklberg trail got officially opened. The new part of the popular Hacklberg Trail promises even more airtime and a lot of flow in Saalbach Hinterglemm. Ten kilometers of finest downhill fun: From now on mountain bikers will experience singletrail fun at its best Read more…

Travel: La Thuile with Manuel Ducci and Valentina Macheda

Enduro is a young discipline, but its roots penetrate deep into the true essence and real meaning of the mountain-biking soul. Its growth and evolution have been kept in the shade by other disciplines for many years, but finally Enduro could emerge with confidence and show its richness and maturity as an ultimate sport. Enduro Read more…

Adventure: A tour to the Monte Veletta, Italy

Pictures often speak more than words. And that is particularly true when it comes to mountains and uncontaminated landscapes. Having the chance to personally see them is already a privilege, let alone what it means to completely explore them riding your mountain bike. Too frequently we let ourselves be enchanted by worlds far away from Read more…