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?
Check out the highlights of the top 3 men’s and women’s qualifying runs, including Brook Macdonald’s 2nd place qualis run
Kiwi enduro racers Loui Harvey and Jess Enlund are currently traveling the world racing as privateers in a bunch of cool events, their latest outing was at the Calestano leg of the Italian Superenduro series, check out what they thought and a couple of other Kiwis in action too.
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
Sea Otter Classic 2018 coming your way!
Highlights from Wellington's round of the Red Bull Pump Track World Championships