Cam Zink is finally off Felt Bikes, what he was ever doing there in the first place is anybody's guess, but you gotta eat. Anyway Atomlab's recent acquisition of Corsair bikes seems to have injected a bit of life into things. Decline founder Ralf Houser is on board at Corsair now and has wasted no time in hooking up all round shredder Cam Zink into the fray to join the mighty McGazza on the Corsair program. Full press release below. CAMERON ZINK ON CORSAIR BIKES Thanks to a rich variety of tricks and a ton of style, Cam Zink has been on top of his game for a long time and managed to take many podium spots in the past years. The American has been competing since the age of eleven, been featured in many segments in some of the most high-profile mountain bike movies as well as collected stunning magazine appearances around the world. His first place at the 2006 Whistler Crankworx Slopestyle comp undoubtedly marks one of the highlights of his career. Now Cam is riding on Corsair suspension frames and Black Market hardtails for the 2010 season. We are really stoked to have a rider as established and successful as Cam riding for us. More importantly though, here is what Cameron has to say about the new partnership: "After being on such crap bikes for the last few years and convincing myself that they weren't crap, it's hard to express how amazing it feels to be on good suspension bikes again. The Corsair bikes were very easy to get used to and I am finding out they are some of the best bikes I have ever ridden. Corsair has incredible bikes, a bitchin' image and good people to deal with, which leaves me in a great position for the years to come."
We too hope that this relation will be one to last for many years and that we can include Cam into developing our bikes further and give us important real-world feedback.
For more information go to www.corsairbikes.com
Photo credits: Sven Martin