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Jess Blewitt racing at Fort Williams

Fort William World Cup Gallery

Round two of the UCI Downhill World Cup went down over the weekend in Fort Williams, Scotland, and as per usual there were some kiwi riders giving it their all in the wet and slippery conditions.

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In the late 1980s Queenstown was a sleepy little town with a couple thousand residents. However, the early 90s saw the arrival of Generation X, and their propensity for adrenaline and thrill-seeking changed the face of the town. Skiing, snowboarding, bungy jumping, paragliding, whitewater rafting and mountaineering were perfect fits for the picturesque lake town on the edge of the Southern Alps, and action sports enthusiasts swarmed there to get extreme and hang with like-minded peers.

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The only automatic suspension system that listens to the rider and responds in real-time. Flight Attendant uses a suite of sensors to read rider and terrain inputs to anticipate the perfect suspension position—enabling you to ride faster, ride longer, and spend less energy adjusting your suspension and more time focusing on what matters most: the unbridled joy of riding.

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INCOMING | We Are One Arrival arrives in New Zealand

No matter what your motive for building a dream bike, it’s comforting to be assured that you won’t encounter multiple clones of your carefully curated new whip at every trailhead. So discerning riders in NZ should be pleased to hear that they now have a new, very rare, hard-to-find and genuinely exclusive option to add to their consideration set.

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Bike Packing the Paparoa Track

The Paparoa Track is Aotearoa New Zealand’s latest mixed-use backcountry ride. It joins the already extremely popular Heaphy Track and Old Ghost Road as prime bikepacking trip destinations.

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