Pinkbike Academy is Back!

More racing. More action. More glory.

We are back again with Pinkbike for another epic season of showcasing hidden talents we found throughout the globe! We are excited to introduce the world to a whole new wave of riders who are progressing the sport of mountain biking.

Pinkbike Academy Season 2 takes it to the next level with more racing, riding challenges and action, plus a career changing Grand prize. The winner of Season 2: Pinkbike Academy will catapult their career with a pro contract and a $25,000 prize purse.

Once again, we chose five men and five women from around the world to compete in a series of riding-related challenges at Big White Resort in Canada.

It’s not just the contestant’s ability to race that will make them stand out, but their base-line fitness, their abilities to find “the perfect shot” with a GoPro, and how they perform under pressure.

The new Rallon enduro-machine will be another main character on the show. The riders will start riding the R5, then the final 4 contestants will race the brand new Rallon we have just released!

Curious about what last year’s PBA winner has been up to? Evan Wall joined the Orbea Fox Enduro team for the last three stops in the EWS across Europe. Most impressive was his Top 14 finish in Tweed Valley, Scotland.

Stay tuned, because great things are going to happen as you watch the episodes unfold!

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