Courtesy of Red Bull Media Service Team Swedish MTB star is back on track after suffering a hellish year off the bike. At such a young age, Emil Johansson has been put through the sort of rollercoaster you only usually Continue reading Timeline of events on how brave Johansson fought injury and illness
Courtesy of World of Freesports For the first time, the Verbier E-Bike Festival took place in Val de Bagnes. Four days e-bike fans from around the world tested out bikes, celebrated the community and cheered for the riders who participated Continue reading E-Bike fans celebrate in alpine paradise of Val de Bagnes | Verbier E-Bike Festival 2019 Highlights
Courtesy of World of Freesports Epic landscapes, exciting competition and the newest e-bikes on the market. The Tour du Val de Bagnes was all about a good time and the enjoyment of mountain biking with e-bikes. All the participants had Continue reading E-Bike fans compete in enduro race Tour du Val de Bagnes | Verbier E-Bike Festival 2019
Courtesy of World of Freesports A round of applause for the end of the inaugural edition of the E-Tour du Mont-Blanc (E-TMB), which took place from the 14th to the 16th August 2019, as part of the Verbier E-Bike Festival. Continue reading Race Highlights of the E-Tour du Mont Blanc | Verbier E-Bike Festival 2019
Courtesy of quattro media WEBCLIPS | Highlights of the Verbier E-Bike Festival 2019, the E-Tour du Mont Blanc & Tour du Val de Bagnes The first Verbier E-Bike Festival is in the books. From the 15th to 18th of August, Continue reading High class competition at Verbier E-Bike Festival 2019: E-bike enthusiasts celebrate first E-Tour du Mont Blanc and Tour du Val de Bagnes!
Courtesy of quattro media LIVESTREAM | Öztaler Cycle Marathon 2019 | 238 kilometres and 5.500 meters of climbing through the wonderful landscapes of the Öztal (AUT) | Sunday, 1st of September The myth Ötztaler. Every year around 4,000 cyclists have Continue reading 39th Ötztaler Cycle Marathon – 4.000 starters will face the challenge of 238 kilometers and 5,500 meters of climbing on 1st September 2019