Emily Batty First Interview After the London Letdown
Emily Batty talks about her 2012 Olympic experience and the process of dealing with such a disappointment. CyclingDirt sends it's love to Emily and can't wait to see her back at the front of the race! Sorry for the air compressor noise at mid way. Stick it out, it goes away!
2012 London Olympic Mountain Bike Team Announced! USA/ Canada!
CyclingDirt announces the Men and Women who will make the team for the 2012 Olympic Games. The spring World Cup season is a wrap and it's time to set our sights on London. Mountain Bike racing hits the island August 11-12 and CyclingDirt will be on the scene! All CyclingDirt selections are officially unofficial. Officially.
I Like Georgia Gould And I Can Not Lie - The Dirt Ep. 8
The Dirt is back for you lollygagging jabronis that haven't been paying attention all summer. Mountain Bike racing is Back and CyclingDirt is here to bring it to you. This week we bring you up to speed with the Top 10 Nouns of the summer. #10.BC Bike Race Video Coverage
#9.Ryan Trebon Wins CO Springs
#8.NUE Video Coverage
#7.Max Plaxton Wins Canadian National Championships
#5.Miner's Revenge Race Video
#4.Georgia Gould Almost Wins A World Cup
#3.USA MTB National Championships Video Coverage
#2.Trans-Sylvania Mountain Bike Epic Video Coverage
#1.Sam Schultz Is King Of Zootown
London 2012 Olympic Games mountain bike course Technical Sections
A quick look at six key technical features/descents found on the London 2012 mountain bike course, in real-time.
And The Olympic Champion Is... - The Dirt Ep. 9
Olympic Mountain Biking takes center stage this weekend! Tune in Saturday for the Women followed by Men's racing on Sunday. Check the NBC Olympic website in the States for times and where to watch!
For a chance to win a CyclingDirt t-shirt, leave your predictions in the comment section down below! Pick the Gold medal winners for the Men and Women, and the who you think will be the top North American Man and Women, and what place they'll take!
Georgia Gould Wins Olympic Bronze Medal!
USA's Georgia Gould won the Bronze Medal today at the 2012 London Olympic Games Mountain Bike Event! CyclingDirt caught up with Gould after the race to talk about this historic moment. The Bronze marks USA's second MTB medal in history, and the first since Atlanta in 1996.
Katie Compton Rides The 2012 Olympic MTB Course
The 2012 Olympic MTB course preview. Katie Compton and Mark Legg-Compton made a trip to London this past month to spend a day pre-riding the Cross Country Mountain Bike course for the 2010 Olympic Games in London. Lucky for us they brought their camera!
Helmet-Cam: London 2012 Olympics mountain bike course
BikeRadar take a spin around the completed London 2012 Olympics mountain bike course at Hadleigh Farm in Essex.
1 Team. 3 Dreams. Luna Sends Three To 2012 Olympic Games
The LUNA Chix Pro Team is heading to the Olympics this summer! Three of our athletes will compete in the mountain bike division representing their respective countries,ÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂ Georgia Gould for the U.S.A, Catharine Pendrel for Canada and Katerina Nash for the Czech Republic. Learn more about their story and road to gold.
Sam Schultz Makes USA Proud At Olympic Games
Sam Schultz talks with CyclingDirt after finishing 15th at the Olympic Games in London.
Batty, Pendrel Favorites For Gold At Olympics
Canada sends two Gold medal threats to London with Catharine Pendrel and Emily Batty. Pendrel heads to London as the defending World Champion and clear favorite. The young Emily Batty will make her Olympic debut and looks to be riding at the top 3 level.
Geoff Kabush Back On Hornby Island, BC After Olympics
Geoff Kabush Back On Hornby Island, BC After The Olympic Games.
Lea Davison After The Olympics!
Lea Davison finished her first Olympic Mountain Bike Race in London this afternoon in 11th place! The rider from Vermont was a part of the most successful US women's showing in Olympic history.
2004 Men Olympic Games Mountain Bike XCO Athens, Greece
1) Julien Absalon 2:15:02 2) Jose Antonio Hermida 2:16:02 3) Bart Brentjens 2:17:05 4) Roel Paulissen 2:18:10 5) Liam Killeen 2:18:32 6) Ralph Naef 2:19:15 7) Thomas Frischknecht 2:19:39 8) Manuel Fumic 2:20:29 9) Seamus McGrath 2:20:33 10) Marco Bui 2:20:45 http://www.worldxcmtb.com (All right reserved CNOPT TV)
Todd Wells Heads To Third Olympics In London
On August 12th in London, Todd Wells will take the line for his third Olympic Games mountain bike event. Wells comes off a solid 2012 summer that saw him take his first World Cup podium in June. He joins Sam Schultz, Georgia Gould, and Lea Davison on Team USA. CyclingDirt will be in London all week bringing you coverage from the event!
Todd Wells Top 10 At Olympic Games
USA's Todd Wells sprinted home for a 10th place finish at the 2012 Olympic Games in London.
Wells, Schultz Lead Team USA At Olympics
USA qualified two men to compete in this summer's Olympic Games Mountain Bike event. Todd Wells heads to his third Games while Sam Schultz heads to London for his first Olympic experience.
Sam Schultz Heads To His First Olympic Games
CyclingDirt sits down with Sam Schultz of Montana to talk about his making of the 2012 USA Olympic Team in Mountain Biking. Sam lead all US Men this spring in World Cup performance and has backed it up this summer with a few career rides in North America. Sam heads to London as the 2012 USA National Champion, a title he won against Olympic teammate Todd Wells in July.
Kabush, Plaxton All In For London Olympics
Team Canada sends two men to the 2012 Olympics in London. Max Plaxton head to his first Olympic Games on the best form of his life. Geoff Kabush will compete in his third Olympics, 12 years after his debut in Sydney.
Georgia Gould Going For Gold
CyclingDirt sits down with Georgia Gould (USA) on Thursday at the Olympic Games. Gould will compete in her second Olympic MTB event this Saturday and is considered by many to be a favorite for the Gold medal.
Burry Stander Went All In For Olympic Glory
Jaroslav Kulhavy Gold Medal Favorite At Olympics
2004 Women Olympic Games Mountain Bike XCO Athens, Greece
1) Gunn-Rita Dahle 1:56:51 2) Marie-Helne Prmont 1:57:50 3) Sabine Spitz 1:59:21 4) Alison Sydor 1:59:47 5) Elsbeth van Rooy-Vink 2:01:41 6) Maja Woszczowska 2:02:08 7) Ivonne Kraft 2:05:18 8) Laurence Leboucher 2:05:34 9) Mary McConneloug 2:06:12 10) Lisa Mathison 2:07:01 http://www.worldxcmtb.com (All right reserved CNOPT TV)
Catharine Pendrel Disappointed Not To Medal At Olympics
Geoff Kabush Rides His Best At Olympic Games
Gould, Davison In The Medal Hunt At Olympics
USA sends two medal threats to London in the Women's Mountain Bike Event. US National Champion Georgia Gould comes in as co-favorite for Gold, while Lea Davison looks to take a home a medal at her first Olympic Games.
Lea Davison Living The Olympic Dream
Team USA's Lea Davison is sharp and ready to race at her first Olympic Games in London. Lea and teammate Georgia Gould represent USA's best shot at a MTB medal in the history of the event.
Katerina Nash After Her Final Olympic Games
Geoff Kabush VS Yao Ming Beer Chugging Contest at Beijing Olympics
Olympic Closing Ceremonies got boring so, in true Canadian fashion, we went and hunted down some beer at the fifth floor concession. Shuttled as many as wecould to deserving athletes on the infield. After declining my first offer Yao took a beer, then a second.....and of course it was all about who can down beer the fastest in the spirit of Olympic competition. Slow motion is needed to declare a victor. Video courtesy of Ben, thanks. Full race report at: http://www.cyclingnews.com/riders/2008/diaries/geoff/?id=geoff0804
Todd Wells Ready To Roll In London
Todd Wells head to London as the most experienced mountain biker from North America. From Durango, Colorado, this will be Todd's third trip to the Olympic Games. This time he wants a medal.
Sam Schultz From Montana To London
Burry Stander Leads South Africa In London
Burry Stander Leads South Africa In London.
Katerina Nash Ready For 4th Olympic Games
Katerina Nash competed in the very first MTB Olympic event in Atlanta in 1996 at 19 years old. 16 years later she returns to the Summer Games in London with a great shot to win a medal. The Czech rider will take the line Saturday afternoon.