Bikemag.com has let the cat out of the bag regarding Trek's latest little time saving test. That's right, the boys and girls at Trek World Racing and eight engineers spent some time in a wind tunnel testing facility normally reserved for aerospace companies. Justin Leov said it was a pretty crazy experience and it was amazing to see exactly how different riding positions, and helmet and bike shapes shaved time and reduced drag. Bike and Dirt will be running full stories in upcoming issues, but in the meantime check this out for a good read.
Justin Leov's diary from the final professional race of his career.
After a long and illustrious career Justin has decided to hang up his racing shoes in favour of spending time with his family and developing their new bike-centric property near Blenheim... Good luck mate and thanks for all the good times
Justin relives a muddy Irish race and and intense crowd in this month's diary.....
Justin Leov details some crazy riding and wild moments at the third round of the EWS to finish 14th overall, his season is looking up!
Justin Leov battled through the EWS in Tasmania, leaving not just his bike and kit ravaged but his body too - check out his diary for an insight into his day
Joe backed up his win from last year with a totally dominate display taking all seven stage wins in this years event...
Claudio Caluori and Cedric Gracia take you on the DHI course of the 2015 UCI MTB World Champs.
The BBH Crew are the French trio of Bryan Regnier, Maxime Mauvais and young filmmaker Leon Perrin...