This is a great downhill speed run where I can reach 30-40 MPH on my mountain bike! My bike is a Gary Fisher / Trek Rumblefish with 29 inch wheels and this is filmed on my GoPro HD Helmet Hero and uploaded in 1080p HD for your enjoyment!
Danny Hart CRASH – Downhill Session 2012 Pietermaritzburg World Cup First ride of 2012 for the 2011 DH world champion
The Gravity series for the RockyRoads UCI Mountain Bike World Cup presented by Shimano returned on Sunday with round two in Val di Sole, Italy, and both the men’s and women’s competitions saw dominating performances by the winners. Rachel Atherton (GT Factory) beat the rest of the women’s field by nearly five seconds, while 2011 World Cup Champion Aaron Gwin (Trek World Racing) was almost eight seconds ahead of his nearest competitor in the men’s race. Val di Sole is known for its highly technical, rough and dusty track, and this year was no different, with new sections of the course buried under soft, loamy dirt that was nearly 30 centimeters deep in places. Sabrina Jonnier (Labyrinth Shimano) was the first woman to spend an extended time in the Hot Seat, but she was then bumped out of contention by a pair of Austrian riders – Anita Molcik (Four Elements) and Petra Bernhard (Alpine Commencal Austria) – before a trio of French riders took the top spot in quick succession, with Myriam Nicole (Commencal/Riding Addiction) the first to break the four minute barrier. However, Nicole’s reign at the top was brief, with Atherton the next rider on course. Atherton, the World Champion here in Val di Sole in 2008, and coming back from a shoulder injury that derailed most of last season and saw her missed the opening round this year, was noticeably faster than any other woman, finishing 4.485 seconds ahead of Nicole. The only rider remaining was the world champion, Emmeline Ragot (MS …
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