Dirt Mag has just posted up a bunch of Megavalanche results. Queenstown's (well, in summer anyway) Jimmy Carling finished 62nd with Ross Schnell's first Mega landing him in 15th. The top three could have been predicted but my money would have been on Jerome. Look at those times, after a 43 minute race less than a second separates the top four! Seeing Ross in 15th should give you some indication of just how fast the guys at the top are going, I mean Ross is quick and has won Downieville in the past. If these Euros invaded the States things would definitely be switched up a gear. I bet Carl Decker is shaking in his 29er boots!
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