I'm not very good at maths (so I've just conferred with Spoke reviewer and banker Mark Dangerfield on these stats) but in response to Dirt Magazine being stoked on having five Brits in the top ten I just thought I'd break it down for them how much radder we are. So it goes like this: Great Britain has five riders in the top ten at the Windham World Cup. Their country has 64 million people so that means that they had a ratio of 1 in 12 million people in the top ten. New Zealand has three riders in the top ten at Windham, and we have 4.5 million people so that means that we had a ratio of 1 in 1.5 million people, which I think is pretty good, and in fact means that we are roughly seven times better at downhill than the UK. If you want a real laugh though check the USA stats; they have 307 million people and one person in the top ten, which means that we are around 200 times better than them.
Long, loose and dusty tracks; River swims and cold beers; Quality yarns in the memory of a legend. The 2019 DME was another winner.
Miranda Miller has officially signed with Kona to headline their Global Enduro Program.
A weekend of grassroots racing with Simon Williams
Joe Nation signs with Finnish brand Pole Bikes, for the 2019 EWS season.
In a matter of 6 years, Martin Maes has gone from being a rookie teenager with abundant potential to one of the best mountain bikers in the world
The penultimate round of the EWS went down in Ainsa, Spain on the weekend and Richie Rude was back on form, check out all the action…