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  1. What are the Mountain Bike World Championships?

    Taking place in Lenzerheide, Switzerland between 5-9 September, mountain bikers battle it out to become the world’s best in the downhill and cross-country disciplines.

    BBC Sport will bring you live coverage of the weekend’s elite cross-country races on Saturday and the elite downhill races on Sunday.

    Annie Last and Grant Ferguson will be representing Great Britain in the women's and men's cross-country races, respectively.

    Saturday, 8 September

    11:20-13:15, Women’s Elite Cross-Country race, Connected TV and online

    14:20-16:15, Men’s Elite Cross-Country race, Connected TV and online

    Sunday, 9 September

    11:50-13:00, Women’s Elite Downhill, Connected TV and online

    13:20-15:50, Men’s Elite Downhill, Connected TV and online

    GB's Annie Last
  2. Get Inspired: How to get into Mountain Biking

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    Video caption: See a rider's view of the downhill circuit at the World Championships.

    Approximately two million people in Britain cycle at least once a week, and there are more than 80,000 members of cycling clubs.

    There are four main mountain bike disciplines, with the downhill and 4-cross requiring nerve, fitness and great bike control as competitors hurtle down hazard-strewn tracks. The cross-country - which is used in the Olympics - and enduro/marathon put the emphasis more on sheer physical fitness.

    You can read more about Mountain Biking here.