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  1. Video, Photography, and POV Cameras
    Training camp in an exotic destination is a pretty good perk. GT has quickly emerged to be one of the premier teams in the circuit. They've done it with rapidly evolving bikes, a fun, energetic team and the broad, shoulders of 21-year old Martin Maes. This video gives an inside peek in their...
  2. Video, Photography, and POV Cameras
    The breathtaking mountains of New Zealand and "Black Mamba" in all its glory. What happens when you throw out the idea of racing, buy a heavily used van in New Zealand, shove a bunch of bikes in it, and go for an extended road trip? Awesomeness, of course. In this video, the Free Radicals...
  3. Video, Photography, and POV Cameras
    This year, On Track is a little behind on publication, but the riding footage and rider insight still makes it worth watching. After a muddy start in New Zealand, the Enduro World Series kicked off round two in Tasmania. Race preparation was going as planned until the rain started hammering...
  4. Video, Photography, and POV Cameras
    For the latest edition of Scott's Chasing Trail video series, they gave world renowned MTB photographer Sven Martin the challenge of getting Brendan Fairclough and Andrew Neethling together for a film and photo project in New Zealand last March. Chasing Trail Ep. 12 is the result. All photos are...
  5. Video, Photography, and POV Cameras
    After a 6-month hiatus, the Enduro World Series is back. The first stop is this coming weekend in Rotorua, New Zealand. This one day epic will have riders covering 40 miles with over 6500 feet of climbing. To get a better feel for the seven stages (and all the hills in between), check out this...
  6. Video, Photography, and POV Cameras
    Need a little Monday distraction? Check out this new edit from Rupert Chapman, the latest addition to the Pivot Factory Racing team. No tricks, no gimmicks, all riding. And by the way, things are going really well for the squad already this year. Bernard Kerr and Rupert took first and second at...
  7. Video, Photography, and POV Cameras
    Anka and her husband Sven are the definition of a mountain bike power couple. She is a professional racer who competes on the EWS circuit, while he has captured some of the most iconic images of our sport. When they're not traveling the world, they run a tour group called House Martin that...
  8. General Discussion
    Every time we see a mountain bike edit from New Zealand we check our bank of frequent flyer miles to try and squeeze in a trip--always to no avail. SRAM's latest stoke video "Always Summer Somewhere" adds to our angst. A lucky bunch of SRAM Ambassadors and athletes spent a week sampling the best...
  9. Video, Photography, and POV Cameras
    Amazing views around every corner. From Maine to California, America has some pretty amazing riding destinations. Legendary trails in places like Moab, Downieville, Sedona, Pisgah and Ashland only scratch the surface of all the incredible places to ride here in the United States. If you want to...
  10. 27.5
    Mountain bikers in New Zealand are building what may be the world's first enduro-specific trail optimized to the new 27.5-inch wheel size. Being constructed by a Kiwi mountain bike club called TeMiro, the groundbreaking new route is actually a rebuild of an existing alignment called PD's Track...
  11. Video, Photography, and POV Cameras
    Juliana Bicycles recently tapped mountain bike super couple Sven and Anka Martin to put together a stoke meter-raising video edit for the resurgent women's bike brand. Last month Anka, one of Juliana's sponsored enduro racers, hosted a women's shred-fest in her homeland of New Zealand while...
  12. General Discussion
    NZO New Zealand Singlespeed Champs on April 23 - a great Easter weekend in Napier in Hawkes Bay - race and party… ENTER NOW There is 'early bird' entry by March 31 - and you'll also go into the draw for 2 nights for 2 at the Quest in downtown Napier. Gaz Sullivan from Nzo is the event...
  13. General Discussion
    Cameron Cole Second At New Zealand Open of Downhill Mountain Biking December 13, 2010 - In his first ride back from injury professional downhill racer Cameron Cole finishes second at the New Zealand Open. In his return to racing after he sustained a broken wrist in the 2010 Downhill...
  14. General Discussion
    Nelson, New Zealand (March 20, 2008) Kieran Bennett hit a major milestone in his short racing career, by capturing the 2008 UCI Oceania Championship Downhill Title this past weekend in front of his hometown crowd of Nelson, New Zealand. The fast & rocky Kaka Hill course provided plenty of...
  15. Nomad in the land of Rohan

    Mountain biking in NZ
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