Mechukha Downhill MTB Championship 2018

Tucked away in the remote mountains of Arunachal Pradesh in India, Mechuka shares borders with our neighbor, China. A two day scenic drive through the mountains will lead you to the epic landscapes of Mechuka Valley. Being included for the 2nd time during the popular “Adventure Mechuka” event in Arunachal Pradesh, team AMBIA created a promising downhill race for 2018. With all the buzz around “MTB Arunachal”, a seven day, stage XC race, Downhill race was a great addition in the event schedule, bringing more attention towards this growing discipline.…

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Event Alert: 5th Kohima Downhill 2018 – Nagaland, India

. Each year, KOHIMA DOWNHILL goes higher up the mountains. This year you’ll race down the grand Japfu mountain peak above Viswema Village, Kohima, Nagaland. Register here – https://www.nativestation.org/  Native Station‘s Kohima Downhill MTB race is one of the most exciting mountain bike races in India, where professionals from India and abroad race down the mystical mountains of Kohima, Nagaland to win the title of the fastest racer! After a successful downhill race last year, sponsored by one of India’s top startups – Psynyde Bikes , this year’s venue will be on the grand Japfu…

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Video: Mt. Morashen Downhill 2018 – Winning run | Nagaland, India

Benny Metha’s Winning run at the “Mt.Morashen Downhill Challenge 2018 in Doyang, Wokha, Nagaland, India. In-spite of a wash out on the course, Benny managed to take the top spot!  Mt. Morashen DH 2018 featured one of the tougher trails in the region. A “Native Station” initiative, the Mount Morashen Downhill Challenge is part of the Amur Falcon Conservation Week & Festivals in Nagaland.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Apshai Griffith Niangti (@the_griff_008) on Nov 10, 2018 at 7:53am PST   .

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Event Alert: Mount Morashen Downhill Challenge 2018 – Nagaland, India

. November 9, 2018 Venue – Doyang, Wokha, Nagaland The race will be held at Mt Morashen overlooking a breathtaking view of the Doyang valley. Several activities including angling, rafting, music, indigenous games will be part of the festival from Nov 8-10. The track’s gonna be beautiful and the festival is gonna be magical whilst you witness millions of Amur falcons take a pitstop at the Doyang valley in Wokha, Nagaland as our esteemed winged guests take their longest migratory journey on the planet! The Mount Morashen Downhill Challenge, is…

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Video: 4th Kohima Downhill 2017 | Nagaland, India

Words: Yanpvuo Kikon WINNERS of the 4th KOHIMA DOWNHILL 2017 1st – Suman Tamang – S.T. (Nepal) 2nd – Apshai Griffith Niangti (Shillong) 3rd – Prachit Thapa (Nepal) 4th – Gautam Taode (Pune) 5th – Ollie Hemstock (United Kingdom) Best Local Rider – Seyieo Sekhose (Kohima)  THANK YOU #MTBFAM Indian MTB Community, our sponsors and supporters for making this possible! Without you all none of this would have been possible – Psynyde Bikes (http://psynydebikes.com/) Lhouvizosier Mezhur Sekhose Kekhrie Mezhur Sekhose Chan Kikon Dr. Ruovinuo Thenuo Seyie Auto Winterxmade (http://wintermade.in/) Photographers…

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Mokokchung MTB Festival 2017 | Nagaland

The hills of Mokokchung town in Nagaland, India was the epicenter of trail shaking mountain bike races, the 2nd Mokokchung Mountain Bike Festival 2017. Organized by the mountain biking enthusiasts of Mokokchung – Trail Hounds Cycling Club, the event comprised of Cross Country and Downhill for Locals and Experts. Results  – Mokokchung XC Expert Category 1. Himal Tamata (Nepal) 2. Okesh Bajracharya (Nepal) 3. Deepak (Nepal) 4. Tendon Michael Terang (Assam, India) 5. Dipankar (Assam, India) U-17 Local Category  1st – Akumdong Longchar (Dimapur) 2nd – Pontiang (Dimapur) 3rd – Jongshir Mar (Mokokchung) Only Woman Participant…

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Event Alert: Kohima Downhill 2017

Each year, KOHIMA DOWNHILL goes higher up the mountains. This year you will race down the grand Japfu mountain peak above Viswema Village, Kohima, Nagaland. To register here – https://www.nativestation.org/ LAST DATE NOV 10 To sponsor here – https://www.nativestation.org/about-kohima-downhill Psynyde Bikes KOHIMA DOWNHILL Mountain Bike Race REGISTRATIONS OFFICIALLY OPEN Native Station‘s Kohima Downhill MTB race is one of the most exciting mountain bike race in India where professionals from India and abroad race down the mystical mountains of Kohima Nagaland to win the title.   After a successful downhill race last year sponsored…

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Event Alert | Mokokchung Mountain Bike Festival 2017

The Second Edition of the Mokokchung Mountain Bike Festival will be held during the biggest cultural festival of India – Hornbill Festival of Nagaland, India. Set for December 6th – 8th 2017, the event will include, Cross Country and Downhill races and prizes worth over 2,00,000 INR will be on the table! This MTB Festival takes place in the stunning District of Mokokchung, which is well known for the warm & hospitable nature of the locals, picturesque mountains, epic trails and a fascinating rich cultural heritage. Whilst the main focus…

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Nagaland DH Championship 2017

The Nagaland Downhill Championship was successfully conducted where 20 hardcore downhillers from the state with balls of steel competed for the coveted title – “The Fastest Naga DH Rider” The event was solely organised to promote, motivate and reward riders from Nagaland   The 1st Nagaland Downhill Championship organized by Trail Hounds Cycling Club at Mokokchung was won by Benny Metha, a 17-year old, representing Xtreme Tribal Brothers (XTB) racing team from Kohima and bagged the title of “Fastest Naga Downhill Mountain Biker”. Benny clocked 4 minutes 13:75 seconds to…

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Video: Kohima Downhill 2016 – Nagaland

Nagaland’s Hornbill Festival is not just about traditional art and culture, it also includes speed seeking mountain bikers racing for the “Kohima Downhill” Champ title. Here’s a recap from the forests of Nagaland! Edited by Rongsen Jamir Cinematography by Lansothung Lotha & Rongsen Jamir Special thanks to Ajay Padval for the gopro POV footage

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