When it comes to elite XC racing, Willow and Wells get nod for best North Americans; Pendrel for international rider.
Women cyclists show off their hard work, or is it just demeaning, belittling and retrograde?
SLIDESHOW: Poland's Maja Wloszczowska won the women's world cross-country championships Saturday, riding away from Willow Koerber,
VIDEO: With a little help from his friends — a few of whom you may well recognize — Adam Craig takes us on a pre-ride of the MTB
VeloNews editor at large John Wilcockson leads the magazine's complete coverage of the 2010 Tour de France. Relive all the action of the
Of the six season titles up for grabs, only one — four-cross — has been mathematically won. Prendrel, Lechner and Koerber all aiming
Willow Koerber takes a third at the Champéry World Cup, but now sits in second place in the series overall, just 15 points behind
For the first time in nearly a decade, the Midwest will host a national pro-level cross-country event this weekend during the Pro XCT
The United States is currently ranked number one in the world in elite women's mountain biking. Koerber, Gould and McConneloug are in
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