Episode 8 kicks off with Gee heading for the British Champs up in Scotland without his injured siblings, Rach and Dan. Gee finds that he misses the inspiration and support of his brother and sister during competition but at the same time realises that to stay at the top, sometimes, he’ll have to manage on his own. Then it’s on to World Cup Round 4 in Champery, Switzerland. With brother and sister still at home, Gee takes on the highly technical and challenging course alone. After some lightning-quick qualifiers on a dusty track, some serious rain sets in and turns it all to treacle. With Gee neck and neck with Greg Minnaar in the overall placings this season, anything less than a win is a disappointment. Can he beat the mud and bring the points home?
Each winter there is a large group of NZ riders who fly the flag on the international racing stage. We caught up with a few of them them and find out their plans for 2017.
The DHCoNZ Round 6 brought more dusty and dry riding down in Dunedin this weekend! George Brannigan and Alanna Columb ruled the roost in a big international field and took the top steps on the podium!
Round three of the Giant 2W Gravity Enduro contained six of the best Rotorua trails. Keegan Wright was the fastest man on the hill and Ronja Hill-Wright, the quickest lady.
The Santa Cruz Coppermine Epic in Nelson hit its 10th Anniversary this year, we went along for the ride and checked out this addictive race.
Jerome Clements and Tracy Moseley take the wins at the 2017 Andes Pacifico Enduro, the day four and five edits are right here.
All the dusty action from Round 5 of the DHCoNZ national series from the Christchurch Adventure Park on the weekend