To dig new mountain bike trails in Japan is no easy task, ultimately requiring approval from the government. Ryo Hazuma has spent the better half of a decade earning respect and permission to build trails in the Minami Alps, intersecting mountain biking with heritage and culture across generations.
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VIDEO: SOIL SEARCHING MOUNTAIN GUARDIAN

To dig new mountain bike trails in Japan is no easy task, ultimately requiring approval from the government. Ryo Hazuma has spent the better half of a decade earning respect and permission to build trails in the Minami Alps, intersecting mountain biking with heritage and culture across generations.

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ERA OF EMIL ROLLS ON AS JOHANSSON STARTS 2020 WITH A WIN IN ROTORUA
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NEWS: CRANKWORX 2020 MAXXIS SLOPESTYLE IN MEMORY OF McGAZZA

As Emil Johansson (SWE) entered the finish corral after his second run in a victory train with fellow Red Bull athlete Erik Fedko (GER), his win secured, the on-site announcer coined a new term: it seems we’ve entered the “Era of Emil.”
Crankworx Rotorua Bikezilla
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NEWS: CRANKWORX ROTORUA GIANT TOA ENDURO BY CAMELBAK

Through sweat and dust, two non-local Kiwis rose to the challenge to take the win in the first event of Crankworx Rotorua 2020. Wellington’s Rae Morrison accomplished total stage domination, while New Plymouth’s Eddie Masters took four out of six stages over the course of the day.

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International Chiang Mai Enduro 2019 Bikezilla
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NEWS: INTERNATIONAL CHIANG MAI ENDURO 2019

It was Thailand’s first foray into the world of the Enduro World Series, with Chiang Mai hosting the 3rd and final stage of the Asia-Pacific Continental Series of the EWS for the first time and participants were in for a treat as they experienced some of the finest trails in Asia.