Can Rachel make it three consecutive World Cup wins?

, during the 2015 Mavic Transprovence

Race preview and qualification results: UCI Downhill World Cup Round 4, Lenzerheide The team are sweltering in Lenzerheide, a popular ski resort 1500 metres above sea level in the municipality of Vaz/Obervaz in Switzerland. The weather is hot and the action already looks like it will be even hotter – there was a close call for Rachel in yesterday’s timed training… Read more

Rachel makes it a hat-trick!


Race Report: UCI World Cup Round 4, Lenzerheiden. Rachel Atherton took her third consecutive World Cup win today, extending her World Cup Series lead while Gee podiumed with 5th place. GT Factory Racing took the accolade “Team of the Day.” It was a hot and brutal weekend on a track that was super fast, dusty and blown-out with braking bumps,… Read more

Rachel takes the win and Gee 2nd!


       Race Report: British Downhill Series 2015, Round 4 In one of the most enjoyable weekends racing of recent years Rachel took the win by almost 14 seconds while Gee came in 2nd, even overtaking a rider on the way! Taylor took a gamble on dry tyres which didn’t come off for him – 6th today and Dan made… Read more

Race Preview: Dan Atherton to Race British Downhill Series this weekend!

AthertonRacing Pre Season Riding Camp, Queenstown New Zealand.

Rose Bikes British Downhill Series Round 4, Rhyd y Felin This weekend offers a rare chance to catch all three Atherton siblings racing at the same event so make sure you come out to support the team at BDS Rhyd y Felin! Dan will be racing Downhill “just for the fun, for the buzz of it, and because I miss… Read more

Race Report: UCI Word Cup 2015: Round 3, Leogang.

, during the Leogang MTB World Cup, Austria.

In both the men’s and women’s race at Leogang today the wind was definitely a factor, especially on top of the course. Riders had enjoyed the track in qualifying, especially the more natural sections that have been cut in for this year, but now as the track was ridden it was changing under them! The Women raced first. Emmeline Siegenthaler… Read more