Round three of Wellington's Underground Super D went down last night amidst a cold southerly on Mirimar tracks Jailbreak and Conviction. The two times were combined for a total. Oh and Tryfan and Jim decided to make Jailbreak a chainless affair. Richard Leacock took the win again, followed by Cowboy and then Brother Ryan. The Hippy and Al Quinn (who's been MIA so far) rounded out the top five. Next week should be the Super D to end all Super Ds as we are riding Rata Ridge (times will be in the 20s and 30s I predict) from the pole at the top of the trig (by the first switchback) all the way to the BP station. There will be a series prizegiving and BBQ at Tryfan's afterwards, so bring beer, meat and money for Jim who's purchased most of the beer so far. I'll post up more details about the start next Wednesday morning, so check back then.
Amidst the team video's and press releases we thought we got in touch with a bunch of racers that caught our eye and would, no doubt, give us their honest opinions surrounding the EWS in Tasmania.
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
The full and mucky story from the EWS Tasmania.......
Isabeau Courdurier and Adrien Dailly triumph at rain soaked Shimano Enduro Tasmania
Matt Walker and Jill Kintner leave Rotorua in the lead for King and Queen of Crankworx –just as they did in 2016
Kelly McGarry’s course delivers unprecedented top-five at the Crankworx Slopestyle whilst wet and wild downhill launches epic double bill