2008 Giant Rincon Review (Mountain Bike)


HD~INSANE! David McMillan’s 2011 Bio Downhill Dirtjumping & World cup 2011

FACEBOOK~full.sc WEBSITE~ full.sc ~ ARCADE,BUYSELL,FORUM,HOWTO,REVIEWS~ @ full.sc FOR strength in number contest will be uploading a few videos, sorry no comments only ratings! the video with the most ratings will have the vote of 300+ KTWU members and our staff! which will result in a huge boost/chance to win the contest along with it grand prize of cash and loots! David McMillan’s 2011 Bio Downhill Dirtjumping & World cup 2011 his stories his races and how he manged to get over it!

2012 Mountain bike World Cup XC-Eleminator – Houffalize

The Eliminator was introduced last year as a test event, and this year becomes a full-fledged World Cup series, with three races and a world title on the line. The top 32 qualifiers from a timed lap of the circuit for both the men and women move onto the main competition: single lap races by heats of four riders, with the top two moving on to the next round. The women’s field saw Dutch rider Anne Terpstra (MPL Specialized) qualify first, followed by Kathrin Stirnemann (Sabine Spitz Haibike) and former Downhill World Champion Tracy Moseley. Last and co-favourite Eva Lechner (Colnago Sudtirol) qualified further back, in seventh and ninth respectively. However, once the racing started, the skills and strength of these two cross-country competitors ensured that they would be in the final four. They were joined by Terpstra and unheralded Jenny Rissveds (Team Sweden). In the final, Last was joined by Eva Lechner (Colnago Sudtirol), Anne Terpstra (MPL Specialized) and Jenny Rissveds (Team Sweden). Last got the holeshot out of the start, with Lechner having an uncharacteristically bad start and dropping to fourth at the bottom of the climb. By the top, Lechner was into second, but there was nowhere to pass on the narrow, twisting descent. The Italian did try a last ditch pass in the final corner, but caught her bars on last, taking both riders down. Last was first to regain her feet, and took the win. Rissveds took third, followed by Terpstra, who had also crashed in an attempted


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Team CRC/Nukeproof skills day at Tollymore

Riders from the ChainReactionCycles.com/Nukeproof downhill race team hosted a skills day for local riders at the Tollymore National Outdoor Centre in Newcastle, Northern Ireland, offering a range of essential tips and advice for trail riding. Matt Simmonds, Joe Smith, Lewis Buchanan and Nigel Page helped with all the basics including bike setup, braking, cornering, body position, bunny hops and loads more. CRC Events Manager Lee Kincaid was on hand to oversee the day, and said: “This was the first time we’ve run an event like this, and it was a great success. 30 riders were in attendance for a masterclass from our pro race team, and the Tollymore Centre trails were the perfect place for the guys to hone their skills — from riding drop-offs to attacking bermed corners. The Beat the Pro time-trial was a fun end to the day too, with everyone going head-to-head against the pros to record the fastest time — and a chance to win a prize. The fastest time of Matt Simmonds and Lewis Buchanan’s group was Winston Copeland with an awesome time of 41.98 seconds! The fastest time we had from Nigel Page and Joe Smith’s group was Calvin Kirby with an excellent time of 50.40 seconds!” Both winners headed home with a brand new carbon THE Nukeproof team helmet, but nobody went home empty handed — second and third place in the groups got a set of Nukeproof bars or a Nukeproof saddle. After the prize giving everyone picked up a goodie bag which included a bike lock, water bottle and beanie

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