Anton Cooper celebrated a comeback elite cross-country victory at the Altherm Mountain Bike National Championships near Wanaka in New Zealand today.
Your world and mine both lost someone pretty damn unique and special last night.
23 Degrees has signed a three year deal with the bike manufacturer YT, to embark on a new World Cup team project for 2016, named “The YT Mob”.
Spain’s latest downhill sensation Angel Suarez Alonso has signed a multi-year management deal with 23 Degrees this week after visiting the company’s headquarters in Granada.
New Zealand rider Anton Cooper has won the under-23 cross-country title at the UCI Mountain Bike World Championships in Andorra today.
The world famous winter and summer resort town of Are, in Sweden, host to the 1999 World Mountain Bike Championships, last weekend played host to the Are Bike Festival of which the inaugural Scandinavian Enduro Championships, also known as Nordic Championships, was a main feature.
The third round of the Enduro World Series will be remembered for two things - the wild weather of the Tweed Valley in Scotland and the maiden win for one of the sport’s most consistent riders, New Zealand’s Justin Leov.
Both Brook MacDonald and George Brannigan were on hand this week for the official opening of cycle tracks at Takapau School in Central Hawke’s Bay, not far from where both of the World Cup stars live.
Commonwealth Games gold medallist, Anton Cooper has reclaimed New Zealand Mountain Bike Championship honours after winning the Elite Men’s XC race in Rotorua today.
2014 Commonwealth Games champion Anton Cooper wants to regain his national jersey in what is promising to be an exciting showdown at the New Zealand Mountain Bike Championships in Rotorua tomorrow.
This year 23 Degrees will be funding its own Enduro World Series race team with support from both Trek Bikes and Alpinestars.
Kiwi mountain bikers Brook MacDonald and his Trek World Racing teammate George Brannigan powered their way on to the UCI World Cup podium today.
Former Junior World Champion Anton Cooper made a strong start to his international mountain bike season, finishing 5th in the opening round of the UCI Mountain Bike World Cup in South Africa at the weekend.
23 Degrees is excited to announce today that two-time Cross Country World Champion, Mathias Flueckiger (SUI) has signed a multi-year management deal with the view to assisting the 24 year in both his short term and long term career goals.
23 Degrees is excited to announce today that the recently crowned Youth Downhill Champion of Great Britain, Laurie Greenland, has signed a multi-year management deal looking forward to his upcoming Junior racing career and the World Cup circuit.
From the 23 Degrees archives, we take a look back on Anton Cooper's breakthrough year in 2012, on the eve of his first Under 23 World Cup this weekend, racing for Cannondale Factory Racing.