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Trans Provence Day 4

1 By on Thursday October 3 2013

Day 4 of the Mavic Trans Provence sees no change at the top, with Jerome holding a slim lead over Nicolas Lau, with Jamie Nicoll still holding on to 6th and Anton Cooper has moved up to 8th. Anka Martin still has a comfortable lead… More ›

SRAM XX1 x Jerome Clementz

0 By on Friday November 16 2012 in Racing

I’ve had this video in its raw form on my computer for about a month now. I was trying to decide whether or not to just post it on the Spoke Vimeo page and then bam! after sleeping on it for months the folks at… More ›

2012 Trans Provence: Day 1

0 By on Tuesday September 25 2012 in Racing

Unless you’ve been sleeping you should be aware that the most important enduro/all-mountain race of the season, the Trans Provence, has just kicked off. It’s a who’s who of the enduro scene; obviously last year’s winner Jerome Clementz is back to defend his title as… More ›

2013 Cannondale OverMountain Media Camp

0 By on Wednesday July 4 2012 in Off topic

Cannondale has just posted up this little video giving a brief intro to the new Trigger trail bike and the rest of the 2013 Cannondale OverMountain lineup from Press Camp in Park City, Utah. Aaron Chase, Jerome Clementz and Mark Weir host you through the… More ›

Spoke 45 Out Now

2 By on Tuesday March 6 2012 in Exclusives

Subscribers will have received their copies of Spoke 45 already, for everybody else it should be hitting news stands over the next couple of days. You can buy single issues here, subscribe here and if you’re after instant gratification you can by a digital edition… More ›

Jérôme Clementz in Sicily

0 By on Saturday March 26 2011

Enduro racing couple and Cannondale pros Jérôme Clementz and Pauline Dieffenthaler were invited by local guide and video maker Viktor, to go to Sicily recently for a winter riding session. They had a few days to discover the loads of trails around the Island. More ›

Will the real Super D please stand up?

0 By on Wednesday February 9 2011 in Racing

I’ve followed Fabien Barel’s Urge events for the last couple of years. Mainly because friends have been racing in them, but also because its one of a kind invite only format is something fresh to MTB and the whole concept is about giving back. If… More ›

LOST IN TRANSLATION

0 By on Thursday January 6 2011

Like me, you may have looked at recent photos of Sam Blenkinsop and wondered what the heck those pads he was wearing were. Well now you know (well once you have read this you will know). So it’s an Italian brand called Bluegrass. At first… More ›