Photo gallery: A day at Canada's mountain bike Worlds

Images from day two in Mont-Sainte-Anne, Quebec

At the World Championships in Mont-Sainte-Anne, Canada, the cross country, downhill and four cross racing is just part of the show. Many exhibitors, in and out of the cycling industry, come out to show their wares in a large expo area. At Mont-Sainte-Anne, there's also an atmosphere of fun and partying. Organizers are providing plenty of onsite entertainment in the form of concerts, pump tracks and rides with some top riders.

This photo gallery, by Dave McElwaine, captures some of the action, on and off bike, during the second day of competition.

Sage Wilderman (Team USA) in a bit of agony. She did not finish the race.

A Schick representative explains the benefits of having five blades.

The Belgian team waits for a race to finish so its riders can do some practice laps.

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