In this XTERRA Connect training spotlight we head to Victoria, B.C., Canada to launch a new series - mountain bike skills for beginners – with three-time XTERRA World Champion Melanie McQuaid.
In this edition of Mel’s Rad Skills Series for beginners, three-time XTERRA World Champion Melanie McQuaid demonstrates the standing front wheel lift.
by XTERRA Taiwan
Chiang Sheng-shan (Dan), a professional MTB athlete who won the men's downhill silver at the Asian Games in 2018, is well-known for his extraordinary downhill riding skills.
by XTERRA Taiwan
If you have a passion for MTB but have no idea where to ride, the Taoyuan MTB Training Base is a great choice for you to go off-road.
by Keng Hsu
If you're looking for advice on how to train efficiently and effectively, here are XTERRA-designed training plans for you. Train for 6-8 hours a week and build up gradually.
by Michael Dorr
The most important thing you can do is get on your bike as much as you can. Don’t be scared of technical terrain. The more you slow down and think, the more hang ups you will have. If your wheels are rolling, you can get over features your mind doesn’t think you can, and you’ll realize, that wasn’t so hard.
by Svenson Lin
XTERRA off-road triathlon has had great impacts on my life. For me, XTERRA is not just a race, it’s a lesson. XTERRA motivated me to continually pursue my passion. By passing this spirit on, more people will be willing to explore the unknowns.
by Mimi Stockton and SheriAnne Little for PRS Fit
Unlike road triathlon, two of those disciplines take place on trails: the bike and the run. You need a few key pieces of equipment to get yourself from the start line along the water’s edge to the finish line.