Your source for all of Ibon Zugasti and Alice Pirard’s South African exploits throughout the authentic adventure that is the renowned stage race. Check back on this page to make sure you don’t miss out on team updates after every stage! First day in Cape Town Ibon finally makes it to South Africa to compete […]
After four hugely successful years racing around the world, we have reached the end of the line for the KMC Orbea team. These last four years have rewarded us with many incredible successes. Together with Oiz and Alma, the team earned 5th place at the Olympics, and at the World Cup, there were 5 team […]
A new era is coming for the Orbea Factory Team. A transformation will mean the evolution of this project as we know it and will bring new and exciting challenges with it. The OFT was born to bring you stories about a shared passion, a unique community that has connected hundreds of places through a […]
Its hard to choose a destination when you want to plan your new adventure, you always think in somewhere cool, somewhere sunny, somewhere easy to travel, somewhere under crowded, but if you think about this place someone did before and probably all your i
Prior preparation prevents poor performance. It’s the motto that often repeats in Dean Stott’s mind — a pragmatic, if not systematic, clause of wisdom reinforced by a career in the British Special Forces.
When an opportunity presents itself to ride bikes, I have a really hard time saying “No.” Add to that opportunity words like adventure, exploration, nature, friends, and of course my answer is an absolute “Yes!
This week sees me hit over 12,000 miles leaving less than 2000 miles to push. Great news however this will no doubt be the hardest of the Challenge.
Katie Hall successfully sealed her lead in the overall after finishing second in the stage to teammate, Diana Peñuela. Leah Thomas finished third, making it a clean sweep of the podium for UnitedHeathcare Pro Cycling.
I'd just got home after a good ride with my enduro bike when my phone rang and… bang!, it was one of the legends of mountain biking in Spain, Tomas Misser. '' Hey man, would you be up to come over here and ride for a few days?''
A few weeks ago we decided to explore a place that is not very well-known in Europe by MTB lovers: Quebec.
Winter photography is the exercise of your own creative will over the logistical hurdles Mother Nature throws at you
The legend of the mountain is, well, stuff of legend. Having been given its current name in 1972 during the expedition of Captain George Vancouver, Mount Hood was formerly known by its native Multnomah name of Wy’east.
For two seasons I have been riding an Ordu Ltd M20i, kindly loaned to me by Orbea. I’d like to share the experience with you here.
There’s a likely chance the Alvord Desert and Steens Mountain aren’t on the top of your list of destinations to ride: we’d urge you to give serious consideration to not only adding them to your list but to moving them towards the top
Over our short history at Best Bike Split we have had the pleasure of working with several pro cycling teams and many pro triathletes. Every experience has help shaped our product and how we approach enhancements and new developments.
We’re going to (r)evolutionize our facilities in Mallabia, making them more effective, more innovative and more competitive
That morning we saddled up the mules and very carefully, very slowly we loaded our bikes onto them.
The next morning, we woke early to blue skies and cold air. We had a big day ahead of us, potentially the toughest of the trip.