Okay this probably won't be the last Fort William post, cause there's still a bunch more videos to come in and a few more race reports (Trek and the Syndicate are lined up straight after this post). So I don't want to take a single thing away from Cam Cole's second cause that is just amazing and so deserved; we here at Spoke just can't say enough about it! But as Sam Blenkinsop's old sponsor (Matt from Wide Open) just pointed out, Sam is bad (not bad meaning bad, but bad mean good). The guy is wearing a wrist brace, he's just back on the bike after breaking his wrist and he's done no training over summer at ALL, then he qualifies second and finishes sixth! Mental health! Over on Vital MTB there is a pic of Sam in his last practice run (Photo 7) that shows just how bad Sam is!
Wellington based Cam Cole will head up Trailpro’s expansion and will be managing all trail building projects in the lower North Island
Wyn roams the after race pits at Fort Bill catching up on all the banter and apres-race gossip
Round 2 of the DH World Cup is going down this weekend in Fort William, Scotland and Wyn TV is there as always getting the low down on the track
The World Cup has been coming to Fort William for a long time, but this weekend will be the first time it has brought 29er DH bikes with it - we can't wait to see what's in store over those big rocks!
After an arduous ten hour journey compulsory stops to an indoor trampoline arena and to ride minibikes, the Propain Dirt Zelvy team finally assembled below Ben Nevis for a weekend of racing at the BDS.
The World Cup will be in Fort Bill in June and then in Lenzerheide in July - check out this tongue in cheek edit as Lenzerheide loose the snow!
The Kiwi rich GT team had a solid showing at Fort Bill as they remembered Stevie 'Chainsaw' Smith
Wyn shoves his saddle in a few people’s noses as he gets all the gossip from the track walk at Mont Saint Anne
Gloveless and with a style unlike anyone else, Sam Blenkinsop embodies DEITY as he is set loose on home turf in the latest DEITY production, "Knuckleduster"!
Bringing you all the action from the weekends racing in Christchurch.
PRESS RELEASE: Sam Blenkinsop Lines up for his 13th Oceania Championship Race
The Aussies thrive in the dry dusty conditions and Blenki's hot Whistler form continues as he bags another Silver in the Canadian Open DH at Crankworx
Another brutal Garbanzo and another identical podium to last year as Marcelo pips Blenki again and Jack Moir grabs another bronze. In the womens Tracey Hannah went one better than last year and took the win.
Round 4 of this year’s Enduro World Series went down on the weekend in Val Di Fassa in the Italian Dolomites…Check out all the action
Here to save you time and provide you the very best behind the scenes from the weekends World Cup racing. Enjoy.
The first round is done and dusted and what a race. Thank god the weather held off, and gifted us some extremely tight racing on a hell of a track proved to be a stellar way to open the season.
Ric and Chris run us through the six stages that face the riders in Derby, Tasmania for round 2 of this years Enduro World Series
A new look for Team Chain Reaction Cycles as they kick off there EWS campaign here in Rotorua. The season is here
Long, loose and dusty tracks; River swims and cold beers; Quality yarns in the memory of a legend. The 2019 DME was another winner.