“Even when I have missed badly and bashed one, they have just kept right on turning with no complaint.”
Monthly Archives: July 2010
“After that the top 5 riders moved on to the final. Nick Geddes had put in the fastest with a 14.26s but…”
Watch Greg Minnaar, Brendan Fairclough, Gee Atherton, Sam Blenkinsop and Emmeline Ragot’s top runs from Champery
A little run through of the course.
“Split Pivot is the worldâ€™s first patented Concentric Drop Out Pivot Suspension system.”
It was close to a rain out but it turned out to be a decisive day in the history of AIRprentice…
When not roasting from white English tourist to lobster red status in the sun – Paul shot a sick video…
Baggy jeans and shorts dominated the comp – but one skinny legged hardtailer lead the charge…
The Monster Mile – one of Canada’s toughest courses – is now clear of snow, which will make racers happy
WOW long drives suck!
Minor adjustments to the DH bikes, a teaser of things to come and a full sus 29er
â€œIâ€™m chuffed to leave Champery with a second place finish. It wasnâ€™t a racetrack that suited me…”
Gee Atherton and Emmeline Ragot take the top spots in a muddy affair. Results only – videos to come
I’ve missed the World Cup while it’s been on hiatus – and Champery is a great welcome back.
After our first trip to Nelson in 1999, Brent Upson and I rode a trail called 719 that was all jumps.