For freeride mountain biker Sam Pilgrim, a year on tour comes with podiums, crashes, injuries, missed flights, made tricks, parties, hangovers, and moments of both frustration and glory.
In the final stage of this year's tour, Christian Vande Velde edges out Tejay Van Garderen and Levi Leipheimer to take home the yellow jersey.
Last year's overall winner Levi Leipheimer claims the yellow jersey from Tejay Van Garderen on a blistering climb outside of Boulder, Colorado.
Tejay Van Garderen retains the yellow jersey on the relatively flat Stage 5.
Jens Voigt wins a rainy Stage 4 while the yellow jersey trades hands yet again.
The race heads over the biggest climb of the tour, the 12,000-foot Independence Pass, and the yellow jersey trades hands in a sprint finish.
American Tejay Van Garderen wins Stage 2 with a strong sprint finish up to Mt. Crested Butte. See more USAPCC coverage on our
In a sprint finish on a course with more than 11,000 feet of climbing, American Tyler Farrar wins Stage 1 of the USA Pro Challenge. See more USAPCC coverage on our
Daniel Lloyd from Team IG-Sigma provides an exclusive insight into Stage 7 of the Tour de France.
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With the Post Office Dirt Jumps in Aptos, California, slated for demolition, the local riding community has mobilized.
Colombian downhill mountain biker Marcelo Gutierrez took just 4 minutes and 27 seconds to complete the Red Bull Downhill time trial.
Watch mountain biker Brandon Semenuk in slow motion, and check back when our August issue hits the stands. He'll be featured doing an even more impressive trick in our Exposure section.
The Mustang region in the Himalayas of Nepal is a land so beautiful, it has long been the ultimate dream for adventurers all over the world.
The Teva freeride mountain bike athlete can now add a natural terrain double backflip to his list of accomplishments