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Stuart Kenny


Stuart first rode a bicycle when he was five years old. Despite begging his father through tears to turn the video camera off while he repetitively fell off the bike, his dad continued to film, and the resulting footage is played back to him on most family occasions. These days, not much has changed. Stuart owns more bikes, but continues to fall off all of them, whether that be on trails, roads or pump tracks, on a regular basis. He also enjoys skiing as much as physically possible when the weather allows, making the most of the Scottish outdoors, and once even gave up an audition for the Weakest Link to get a feature interview for Mpora. So you know he's serious about this journalism malarkey.

Stuart Kenny's articles

Protect and Serve | What Goes into the Gear Keeping Mountain Bikers Safe?

Davide Brugnoli is doing pioneering work at Dainese to keep your mountain bike crashes casual

Rowan Cheshire Interview | Beating Depression and Anxiety to Ski Halfpipe at the Olympic Games

The Team GB star speaks about how gym work helped her beat mental illness to ski in South Korea

STIHL Timbersports | We Speak to the Four-Time British Champion of Competitive Woodchopping

Elgan Pugh will represent Team GB at the World Championships in Liverpool this October

Nitro World Games | Martin Takes Win in "Incredible" BMX Final

Logan Martin wins the first ever BMX Park contest at the Nitro World Games

Team GB | Evans and Whyte Take Gold and Silver in BMX Racing at European Championships

The Brits won the one-two in Glasgow in a thrilling finale in front of a home crowd

Kathryn Bertine Interview | Why is There No Women’s Tour de France?

We speak to activist Kathryn Bertine about the progression of women’s cycling

Tear Gas, Urine & Raided Hotels | 5 Times Protesters Stole the Show at Le Tour de France

The most famous race in road cycling has a long history with protesters

Watch | Team Sky's Gianni Moscon Disqualified From Tour de France for Hitting Rival Rider

The controversial Italian lashed out at pro cyclist Elie Gesbert after just 800m of stage 15

Watch | Vincenzo Nibali Quits Tour de France After Riding Final 3.8km of Alpe d'Huez With Broken Vertebrae

The 2014 Tour-winner appeared to be knocked off his bike by a fan on the famous climb

Beijing Olympics | Ski Big Air is an Official Sport for the 2022 Winter Games, Confirms IOC

Ski Big Air was announced for the Beijing Games alongside mixed snowboardcross team events

Le Tour De Facts | 15 Incredible Things You Never Knew About the Tour De France

From Greg LeMond's shotgun pellets to the Gendarmes and Pamela Anderson...

MTB vs. Le Tour | 3 Times A Mountain Biker Jumped The Tour De France

From Dave Watson's epic in 2002 to those that followed after...

La Course | Van Vleuten Claims "Impossible" Late Win in One of Cycling's Great Finishes

“That looked impossible! With 200m to go that was impossible!”

Cobbled Carnage | Stage Nine of the Tour de France Descends into Chaos

The cobbles of Roubaix caused all sorts of problems for the world's best cyclists

A Bike for Che | The Heart-Warming Story of a Nigerian BMXer and a Crowdfunded Bike

How three English BMXers sorted a new flatland ride for a promising Nigerian rider

Kilian Jornet Interview | Meet The Man Who Ran Up Mount Everest Twice in Five Days

Jornet speaks to Mpora after setting a new record time for the Bob Graham Round

Pure Evel | Can Travis Pastrana Land the Stunt that Almost Killed Knievel?

The Nitro Circus leader is set to take on three of Knievel's most famous stunts in one night

Tour de France | UCI Drop Anti-Doping Case Against Chris Froome

The Team Sky talisman is now clear to line up for the Tour de France on Saturday...

21 Years at the Top | A Look into the Legend of Valentino Rossi

'The Doctor' won his first World Championship in 1997, and went on to take the world