Thursday, December 31, 2009

Transition Bike's Factory Race Team for 2010!


Transition Bikes is pleased to announce the launch of their highly anticipated Factory Race program!

To aid in this new direction Transition has hired Lars Sternberg as an athlete, and team director. Joining Lars on the squad is the world renowned duo of Jill Kintner, and Bryn Atkinson. In her first year racing professional Downhill, Jill will bring the fitness and bike handling skills that have made her an Olympic BMX Bronze Medalist and 4X World Champion to a whole new riding discipline. With many years experience racing at the Elite level, Bryn is a regular top ten finisher in World Cup rounds. Together they will embark on one of the most progressive schedules in 2010. While Bryn will be attacking the downhill World Cup circuit, Jill and Lars will be setting their sights on the North American race scene. In between World Cup rounds Bryn will be returning to join the team for key North American events.

More details, pics and video inside!



Transition Bikes have kept a watchful eye on the race segment for some time now. With the rise and fall of the infamous NORBA Nationals, and the resurgence of multiple successful regional series’, Transition Bikes feels it is the right time to take a leap into the race realm. The team will be participating in gravity events around the globe, documenting their trials and tribulations on and off the track, and bringing this story to the public. Transition’s very own Media Wizard Brad Walton will be traveling with the team to compose this story.

Lars had this to say about his new position at Transition:

“I feel so fortunate to have had the support of Fluidride for the past three years. It is due to them that I have been able to maintain my position within the industry and earn this new opportunity. Being able to continue to race professionally, and now utilize the skills I have learned off the bike, and now as team manager is a dream come true. I am beyond stoked to have Bryn and Jill join me as fellow teammates. They are two of the hardest working individuals out there, and I am so glad to be able to help them continue to achieve their goals. Rounding out our program with Brad’s talent behind the lens is just the icing on the cake. The new season can’t start soon enough!”




Lars Sternberg



Jill Kintner


Bryn Atkinson


Transition Bikes Co-owner Kyle Young says:

“Over the years, my interest in downhill racing has grown right alongside the interest shown by our customers, and it seems now is the perfect time to really dive head first into the race world. We finally have a full fledged World Cup level downhill bike and what better way to kick this off than to create a top level race team that shares our vision to represent us around the globe. The first step towards developing our race program was hiring Lars Sternberg, which brought a great new angle to the company. He has deep roots in racing (both BMX and MTB disciplines), and it has been really fun working with him to develop the strategy and focus of our team. Having riders that are approachable, friendly and interesting both on and off the bike is tremendously important to me and from the first time I met Jill and Bryn I could tell they would be great people to represent Transition Bikes. We are stoked to have them as part of our family. It will be great fun to watch Lars, Jill and Bryn as they compete around the globe.”

The Program has already enlisted some of the best component support in the business. Competing aboard Fox Racing Shox equipped TR450’s, Doubles, Banks, and Coverts. The team equipment also includes Crankbrothers wheelsets and pedals, KORE handlebars, stems, saddles and posts, Maxxis tires and tubes, E.thirteen chainguides, ODI grips, THE helmets, Dakine riding gear and luggage, Cane Creek headsets, Obtainium titanium springs, Jagwire cables, CadenceWORKS titanium hardware, and Jetlites lighting systems.

Stay up to date with all team happenings here.



Keep an eye out for the Transition Racing team at a 2010 event near you!

Friday, December 11, 2009

Junior Downhill Sensation Neko Mulally To Join Trek World Racing

Trek World Racing confirmed today that young American star Neko Mulally from Pennsylvania will be joining the team for a full World Cup program, as well as other key events throughout 2010. Neko will be joining gravity team mates Tracy Moseley (GBR), Justin Leov (NZL) and Andrew Neethling (RSA) racing the Session 88. His first race for the team will be in Vigo, Spain, at the end of March.



Neko has had an impressive 2009 season, despite being too young at 16 years to race World Cups, he had the privilege of being the course fore-runner at the Mont-Sainte-Anne and Bromont World Cups, and had some great results throughout the year in east coast racing culminating in a win at the Pro Gravity Tour finals. At Crankworx his 5th in the Canadian Open Downhill, only a few seconds behind established World Cup top 10 pro's, really turned some heads. He also had a 4th in the Dual Slalom at Crankworx.

Neko said today: "I'm so excited to get my first full pro tour of the World Cup circuit confirmed; to be racing at the level I have always dreamed of, and to have such a professional team supporting me. I'm stoked on the bikes and equipment and technology. I can't wait to learn as much as I can from my team mates. Like any junior in my position, I will be hoping to do really well in the Junior World Cup standings, and win a medal for the US at the World Championships at Mont-Sainte-Anne on a course I really like. I can't wait for the season to start!"

Team Director Martin Whiteley said: "Adding Neko to our team makes perfect sense. He has the right attitude, is a committed athlete who takes his training very seriously, and has a head that is far wiser than his years. He will fit in perfectly and we are confident we can support him in reaching his goals. Next year we will have 7 riders in total, with our 4 Downhill riders, Mathias and Lukas Flueckiger in XC, who both had impressive seasons with us this year, and a 3rd XC rider we'll be announcing shortly."

Trek MTB Brand Manager Michael Browne said: "Bringing Neko to Trek World Racing is an addition that makes sense on so many levels. His talent, professionalism and enthusiasm are something for all youth to look up to, and having a rider from yet another continent truly adds to the global scope of this program. We're excited to see what the best equipment, the best infrastructure and the best support can do for this young athlete."

A recent on-line audio interview with Neko can be viewed here:
http://www.descent-world.co.uk/2009/11/17/neko-mulally-audio-interview/

Trek World Racing has also confirmed the hiring of two new staff. Jessica Hayes as TWR's Public Relations Manager who comes to the team with a wealth of experience that spans Formula 1, Moto GP and Powerboat Racing among other sports. Gabrielle Murphy will be joining as a new soigneur for the team, and comes to TWR with years of experience in working for elite level road cycling teams.

For further Info on Trek World Racing: http://www.trekbikes.com/twr

Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Sam Blenkinsop To Ride for Lapierre in 2010


Lapierre has been an active member of the international race circuit for many years now. For 2010 the French company has decided to take their sponsoring activities to the next level in order to reflect their export ambitions by creating a new “Team Lapierre International”, composed of the world’s best DH, Enduro and XC riders.



Sam Blenkinsop (NZ):
A young rider (21 years old), Sam already has a long list of podiums and even a World Cup victory under his belt. Talented, humble, and fast, Sam will be the leader of the new DH team.

“I’m excited to ride for Lapierre next season. It’s going to be great to ride alongside 10 time World Champ Nico Vouilloz, someone I really respect. I’m really looking forward to getting to know everyone on the team. I reckon the bike is the best looking bike out there and I can’t wait to start testing next month. After learning so much with my last team, I’m really looking forward to this new chapter in my career with Lapierre”.

Sam is personally sponsored by Adidas Eyewear, Five Ten and Skull Candy.




Nico is back ofcourse

Nicolas Vouilloz (FR):
Known as E.T. on the race circuit, the nickname is more than fitting for the man known for his incredibly clean speed. Nicolas has decided to participate in the 2010 Enduro races, along with a selection of prestigious rally car races (Monte Carlo and San Remo). Known for his attention to detail, you’ll also probably catch him hanging out at the DH race paddocks this year in his role as product developer for Lapierre…

Nicolas is personally sponsored by Bos Suspensions and the Alpe d’Huez ski and MTB resort.




Also coming to Lapierre is junior superstar Sam Flockhart

Sam Flockhart (UK):
Even though he was still in the junior category last year, Sam finished 15th in the overall of the Maxxis Cup in 2009! Determined, a hard worker, and virtually fearless, Lapierre has added this young and talented British rider to its roster. His main objective will be to learn from his more experienced teammates, Sam and Nico.

Tuesday, December 8, 2009

2009 IMTTO Event Of The Year

After tabulating the votes of our Trade Team and Tech Support members, here are the top 25 events for 2009!

1 Mont-Sainte-Anne World Cup
2 Fort William World Cup
3 Offenburg World Cup
4 La Bresse World Cup
5 Schladming World Cup
6 Pietermaritzburg World Cup
7 Houffalize World Cup
8 Canberra World Championships
9 Maribor World Cup
10 Vallnord World Cup
11 Roc d’Azur
12 Crankworx Whistler
13 European DH Champs
14 Racer Bikes Cup Muttenz
15 Singletrack Weekender
16 Pump Track Worlds
17 Madrid World Cup
18 Bromont World Cup
19 Racer Bikes Cup Solothurn
20 Bundesliga Bad Salzdethfurt
21 Dirt Master Winterberg
22 Champery World Cup
23 Bern Bike HC
24 US Open
25 Mountain Mayhem UK

More info on IMTTO: www.imtto.com

Monday, November 9, 2009

houseMARTIN.com - MTB Tours by Sven & Anka!


houseMARTIN is a new mountain bike touring company founded by Anka and Sven Martin. With a history steeped in travel, racing and trail riding exploration, they are now offering a trip of a lifetime taking in the best of their native Cape Town, South Africa and combining it with a truly unique African mountain bike safari in Botswana where you will be sharing singletrack with elephants and maybe even lions.

Now would be the perfect time to plan on migrating south to join a small group of riders on a 11 day trip of a lifetime in March 2010.
Check out the website for trip details and image galleries.
www.ridehousemartin.com



At houseMARTIN, our goal is to provide a unique, once in a lifetime adventure on a mountain bike, that will simply leave you completely satiated and filled with memories to last a lifetime.


We specialize in small group adventures, to better experience hidden gems that cannot be explored with big groups of riders.


You will be riding the most epic singletrack trails, eating delicious traditional food and sleeping in luxury accommodations - ranging from beautiful guest houses to luxury tents hidden in fynbos and an unforgettable night under the stars.


Our professional guides will ensure a unique cultural experience combined with miles of epic singletrack and stunning scenery. We love to ride our bikes, and would love to share our passion for mountain biking and the hidden wonders of our native country with you.


Tired of the cold snowy northern climates or looking for something new and exciting, why not join us and head South to the sunshine, blue skies and the shimmering sea, for an unforgettable mountain bike journey.


Never stop exploring!


Anka Martin


houseMARTIN
Mountain Bike Adventures

Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Swanguen accepts sanction for doping violation

Colorado Springs, Colo. (October 20, 2009) -- USADA announced today that J.D. Swanguen of San Diego,
CA, an athlete in the sport of cycling, has tested positive for a prohibited substance and accepted a
suspension for his doping offense.

Swanguen, 20, tested positive for Carboxy THC, a metabolite of marijuana and/or hashish in the class of
Cannabinoids, in a sample collected on July 19, 2009 at the USAC MTB National Championships.
Cannabinoids are listed as Specified Substances and are prohibited under the USADA Protocol for Olympic
and Paralympic Movement Testing and the Union Cycliste Internationale, both of which have adopted the
World Anti-Doping Code and the WADA Prohibited List. Cannabinoids are listed as Specified Substances
because they could be susceptible to a credible non-doping explanation, and therefore use of those
substances can result in a reduced sanction.

Swanguen accepted a three-month period of ineligibility, which began on October 9, 2009, the day he
accepted the sanction. As part of his sanction, the period of ineligibility can be suspended and reduced to
time served since he accepted his sanction on October 9, 2009, upon completion of a USADA anti-doping
educational program. As a result of the doping violation, Swanguen has been disqualified from all
competitive results achieved on July 19, 2009, the date of his positive test, through and including the date
the doping education program is completed, including forfeiture of any medals, points, and prizes.

In an effort to aid athletes, as well as all support team members such as parents and coaches, in
understanding the rules applicable to them, USADA provides comprehensive instruction on its website on
the testing process and prohibited substances, how to obtain permission to use a necessary medication,
and the risks and dangers of taking supplements as well as performance-enhancing and recreational drugs.
In addition, the agency manages a drug reference hotline, conducts educational sessions with National
Governing Bodies and their athletes, and proactively distributes a multitude of educational materials, such
as the Guide to Prohibited Substances and Methods, easy-reference wallet cards, periodic newsletters, and
protocol and policy reference documentation.

USADA is responsible for the testing and results management process for athletes in the U.S. Olympic and
Paralympic Movement, and is equally dedicated to preserving the integrity of sport through research initiatives and
educational programs.


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CONTACT:
Erin Hannan, Communications & Outreach Director
Phone: (719) 785-2009 (719) 785-2009
E-mail: ehannan@usada.org
NEWS RELEASE

American Junior Sensation Neko Mulally Signs With 23 Degrees


23 Degrees Sports Management announced today that it has finalized an agreement to represent rising American mountain bike talent, Neko Mulally. The 16 year old gravity rider from Reading in Pennsylvania has had an impressive year despite the fact that he's not yet old enough to race World Cups; that will come next season.

Most notably, at Whistler this year during the Crankworx events, and racing Pro Men, Neko finish 4th in the Dual Slalom (behind world class talents Kyle Strait, Brian Lopes and Johannes Fischbach), and then in the Canadian Open Downhill finished 5th, just seconds behind World Cup stars Brendan Fairclough and Steve Smith.

Neko rode as the forerunner for the Canadian rounds of the UCI World Cup, and is now dead keen to hit the circuit next year in his first World Cup season. Currently a member of Specialized Team America, Neko is open to race for a new program in 2010.

"Next year is a really important year for me. I want to build on the experience I gained this year with my current team, and chase down my goals of being one of the top juniors on the Downhill circuit next year and hopefully gain a medal at my first World Championships. It was really cool to see the Mont-Sainte-Anne course this year, and it's one I'm really looking forward to racing in 2010," said Neko this morning from his home in Pennsylvania.

Founder and Owner of 23 Degrees Sports Management, Martin Whiteley, commented on Neko's signing.

"Neko's been well known in the US for a little while now and he's been getting some pretty impressive results for his age. His skill level is right up there and since one of our other clients, Kyle Strait, is on the same team, we got to spend some time with Neko in Whistler. He impresses me greatly. He is a grounded young man who clearly comes from a very supportive family. We haven't signed any new athletes to our management program for more than 2 years as we've been waiting for just the right rider to come along and Neko fits that bill. I'm very excited by what the future holds for this young talent".

Neko's profile page can be found here:
http://www.23degrees-sports.com/athlete.php?athlete_id=21

For further information:

Martin Whiteley
23 Degrees Sports Management
E: captain23@23degrees-sports.com
W: www.23degrees-sports.com

Monday, October 5, 2009

Race for Tara 3!

What- MEGA DH race! Bring at least 5 inches folks...you're gonna need it!! This year GIANT Bicycles has upped the ante and there is a $2,500 GIANT and GIANT for Women Pro Purse.

Where- Northstar Resort at Tahoe - www.Northstarattahoe.com

When- October 10th and 11th weekend.
Practice Saturday and race Sunday.

Who- Everyone who loves to ride for a good cause!!

Why- To help raise money for the Tara Llanes Road to Recovery Fund and the Christopher Reeve Spinal Cord Research Center.

Course Description:
The Mega DH course is a one of a kind course for a one of a kind event!! A Classic!! This year Northstar has put together an unreal downhill course that will challenge both your skill and your fitness. The course will be approximately 4 miles long with an 1800 foot descent from 8600ft at the summit to 6800ft at mid mountain. I expect to see times ranging from just under ten minutes to fifteen plus minutes depending on ability. As far as course descriptions are concerned: All classes will be on a somewhat rocky descent of a fireroad (east ridge) that will connect to the tahoe trail which is a smooth winding descent to the top of the vista chair. The Sticks and Stones portion of the course is a mix of rocky/ technical singletrack with some drops that have slower ride arounds and some more serious rock gardens that the sport riders will avoid by going over to speed control. The Twigs and berries and speed control trails are more of the wide open high speed singletrack with some nice floating jumps across ski trails and will descend down Frolick (a fireroad) back to lower sticks and stones. All of the courses will converge at the btm of lower pho dogg to finish at the stadium jump. The route the 4-wheel bikes will be taking might be a little longe in mileage and will contain more fireroad sections to avoid sticks and stones.

Pro/Semi-Pro/Expert course: East Ridge, Tahoe Trail, Sticks and Stones, Daytona Berms, and Stadium Jump.

Sport/Beginner: East Ridge, Tahoe Trail, Sticks and Stones, Twigs and Berries, Speed Control, Frolich, Lower Sticks and Stones, Daytona Berms, and Stadium Jump.

4 Wheel Route: East Ridge, Tahoe Trail, Sticks and Stones, Snake, Tryumph, Speed Control, Frolich, Lower Sticks and Stones, Daytona Berms, and Stadium Jump.

There is race day practice, but only from 10:00am to 11:00am since racing starts at 11:00am. If you do take the gondola up the race day morning you will only be able to practice the mid to lower sections unless you hike to the top since there will not be shuttles running the top section at that time.

Shuttles will be taking riders to the top all day Saturday for practice and Sunday for racing.


BREAKING NEWS: NWD10 Tahoe premiere to be shown at Race for Tara 3 event in Northstar!!

The screening will be shown at 6:30 pm at TC's Pub in the village Saturday, October 10th. Registered racers show your number plate at the door and your cover is $5. If you are not registered to race there will be $10 donation to get in. 100% of the proceeds will go to the Tara Llanes Road to Recovery Fund and the Christopher Reeve Foundation. New World Disorder had their premiere just last week in Interbike in Las Vegas and now we're bringing it to the Race for Tara. So come to the village Saturday, October 10th to sit back, relax and watch one of the most amazing mountain bike videos ever!


Ride like Rando: Team Giant World Cup Pro downhiller Jared Rando and Team GiantNerd World Cup downhiller Duncan Riffle will be holding 2 DH clinics on Saturday, October 10th. The first will be a Beg/Int clinic from 10:30am-12:00pm and the second is a Int/Adv clinic from 1:30pm-3:00pm. You can get in on the action for only $40!! More details at the www.racefortara.com website. All proceeds go towards the Tara Llanes Road to Recovery Fund and the Christopher Reeve Foundations.

Wrench like a Pro : Team Giant World Cup Mechanic Frank Trotter will be putting on a mechanics clinic for everyone that wants to talk with a true expert in suspension and bike set up. The clinic will begin at 4:00pm at the Giant Team Trailer and the cost is only $5 with tips always welcome. All proceeds go towards the Tara Llanes Road to Recovery Fund and the Christopher Reeve Foundations.

Our list of sponsors is ever growing. Here are a list of the companies that are backing the Race for Tara 3:

TITLE SPONSORS : Northstar Resort, Giant, Giant for Women, Fox Clothing, The Bike Trip Santa Cruz, Danville Bike, CCN (Cycle Component Network)

TITLE SPONSOR of the RAFFLE : Tomac Bikes

BEER GARDEN SPONSOR : Nutcase Helmets

VENDOR / PRODUCT SPONSORS : Leatt Brace, Easton/Bell, Park Tool, Voler, Michelin, Fox Shox, Kryptonite, Camelback, Perfect Pushup, Casa Orozco, Jamis Bikes, Dakine, Troy Lee, Shimano, Thule, SixSixOne, DH Productions, Dahon, Electra Bikes, Crank Brothers, Freeride Films, Light & Motion, Scott USA, Garmin, X-Fusion, Pearl Izumi, LUNA, Chris King, Mavic, Santa Cruz Bicycles, Specialized Bicycles, Cyclepath MTB, and Tag Wheels.

MEDIA : Decline, Mountain Bike, MTB Action, and Pinnedmtb.com

We want to THANK all sponsors and for believing in this event and we will continue to see it grow and help raise money for those with SCI (Spinal Cord Injury).

We've also got some amazing riders showing up to race the Mega DH. Here are just a few Pro riders that will be there to try and win part of the Giant Bicycles $2,500 Pro Purse. Kirt Voreis, Shaun Palmer, Jared Rando, Bryn Atkinson, Duncan Riffle, Adam Craig, Mark Weir, Lisa Myklak, Marla Streb, Cheri Elliot, and Joanna Peterson.

We'll see you at the Northstar resort in Tahoe for the 3rd Annual Race for Tara on October 10-11th weekend. Get ready for a Mega DH race that will definitely challenge your skills and your endurance!!


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www.racefortara.com


How- Click Right Here to Register

Why- To help raise money for the Tara Llanes Road to Recovery Fund and the Christopher Reeve Spinal Cord Research Center.

Course Description:
The Mega DH course is a one of a kind course for a one of a kind event!! A Classic!! This year Northstar has put together an unreal downhill course that will challenge both your skill and your fitness. The course will be approximately 4 miles long with an 1800 foot descent from 8600ft at the summit to 6800ft at mid mountain. I expect to see times ranging from just under ten minutes to fifteen plus minutes depending on ability. As far as course descriptions are concerned: All classes will be on a somewhat rocky descent of a fireroad (east ridge) that will connect to the tahoe trail which is a smooth winding descent to the top of the vista chair. The Sticks and Stones portion of the course is a mix of rocky/ technical singletrack with some drops that have slower ride arounds and some more serious rock gardens that the sport riders will avoid by going over to speed control. The Twigs and berries and speed control trails are more of the wide open high speed singletrack with some nice floating jumps across ski trails and will descend down Frolick (a fireroad) back to lower sticks and stones. All of the courses will converge at the btm of lower pho dogg to finish at the stadium jump. The route the 4-wheel bikes will be taking might be a little longe in mileage and will contain more fireroad sections to avoid sticks and stones.

Pro/Semi-Pro/Expert course: East Ridge, Tahoe Trail, Sticks and Stones, Daytona Berms, and Stadium Jump.

Sport/Beginner: East Ridge, Tahoe Trail, Sticks and Stones, Twigs and Berries, Speed Control, Frolich, Lower Sticks and Stones, Daytona Berms, and Stadium Jump.

4 Wheel Route: East Ridge, Tahoe Trail, Sticks and Stones, Snake, Tryumph, Speed Control, Frolich, Lower Sticks and Stones, Daytona Berms, and Stadium Jump.

There is race day practice, but only from 10:00am to 11:00am since racing starts at 11:00am. If you do take the gondola up the race day morning you will only be able to practice the mid to lower sections unless you hike to the top since there will not be shuttles running the top section at that time.

Shuttles will be taking riders to the top all day Saturday for practice and Sunday for racing.

Saturday, September 5, 2009

Peaty Wins!!!

1 Steve Peat
2 Greg Minnaar +0.05
3 Mick Hannah

Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Heath and Harvey take inaugural Pro GRT crowns after Mulally and Bourque win at Whiteface

Sixteen year-old Neko Mulally (Reading, Pa./STA) and 44-year-old Dawn Bourque (Campton, N.H./Rhino Bike Works) won the final race on the 2009 USA Cycling Pro Gravity Tour, the Whiteface 5K Downhill. Mulally outrode dozens of the region's best downhillers to post the day's best time at 7:48.15, while Bourque put up the best women's time at 9:41.29. With his win, the young Mulally moved into sixth place in the final Pro GRT standings as Bourque propelled herself into fourth overall. Click here for complete results from the Pro GRT's fifth and final race of 2009 set in Wilmington, N.Y.

Chris Heath (Durango, Colo./Manitou-Hayes) and Darian Harvey (Durango, Colo./Cannondale) won the country's only pro downhill series as the inaugural Pro GRT wrapped up on Sunday. The latest version of the USA Cycling Pro Gravity Tour standings are as follows:

Men's Standings
1. Chris Heath (Durango, Colo./Manitou-Hayes) 176
2. Kain Leonard (Gunnison, Colo./Crested Butte Mountain Sports) 100
2. Joey Schusler (Boulder, Colo./Yeti-Fox Shox) 100
4. Chris Boice (Albuquerque, N.M./Yeti) 90
4. Cameron Cole (NZL/Maxxis-Rocky Mountain) 90
4. Aaron Gwinn (Morongo, Valley, Calif./Yeti-Fox Shox) 90

Women's Standings
1. Darian Harvey (Durango, Colo./Cannondale) 280
2. Jennifer Wolf (Mammoth Lakes, Calif.) 154
3. Rachel Bauer (Aspen, Colo./Bansee-Poison) 140
4. Dawn Bourque (Campton, N.H./Rhino Bike Works) 135
5. Jacqueline Harmony (Tucson, Ariz./Vixen-Loeka) 130



4X
The Yankee Clipper wrapped up the inaugural Pro XCT 4X calendar on August 14th with 17-year-old Mitch Ropelato (Ogden, Utah/Cafe Rio-Canfield Bros) taking the Pro GRT 4X men's crown. Click here to see the full men's 4X standings. Downhill winner Darian Harvey (Durango, Colo./Cannondale) also wrapped up the Pro GRT 4X crown. Click here to see the full women's 4X standings.

Sunday, August 30, 2009

Pro GRT FINALS - Whiteface 5K DH Results

Chris Heath & Darian Harvey are your 2009 PRO GRT DH Series Champions!

PRO DH MEN

1 MULALLY Neko J 7:48.15
2 BEYTAGH Geritt 7:50.85
3 BENEKE Jurgen A 7:52.10
4 MEMMELAAR Jason 7:58.28
5 HALL Heikki 8:03.41
6 HEATH Chris 8:03.76
7 ALEJANDRO Ivan 8:08.94
8 MOODY Benjamin 8:13.73
9 VAUGHAN Gavin 8:14.66
10 GAUVIN Yann 8:19.67
11 BINGGELI Logan 8:22.60
12 ULMER Naish 8:23.35
13 TRIBUS Lars 8:24.93
14 FAULKNER Zachary 8:27.24
15 MELLEN Sam 8:36.50
16 SIMS Daniel 8:38.54
17 SANGERS Kyle 8:39.22
18 HOWLAND Tim 8:40.12
19 TREMBLAY Vincent 8:48.83
20 KOMAR Matty 8:53.28
21 JEANNET-CHIPMAN 9:06.73
22 HIGGERSON Chris 9:07.11
23 GREEN Kevin 9:21.52
24 WILLIS Bryan 9:24.99
25 GOSSELIN Erik 9:27.70
26 ADAMS Sam 9:48.33
27 BEERS Justin A 9:48.52
28 ROWLANDS Taylor 10:00.67
29 BUBIER Thomas 10:24.70
30 BRESSEM Andrew 10:31.58
31 KAKAMOUSIAS Tom 11:17.90
32 ADAMS Paul 13:38.20
ZDRILUK Matt G
SPAULDING Quinton

PRO DH WOMEN
1 BOURQUE Dawn 9:41.29
2 EAGAN Karen 10:05.50
3 LACROIX Alexandra 12:35.50
4 WOLF Jennifer 12:36.25
5 GOBERNAT Stephanie 12:36.53

Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Pro Gravity Tour nominated for SportsTravel Award! VOTE NOW!!!

We are proud to announce that the 2009 Pro Gravity Tour (Pro GRT) has been nominated for a 2009 SportsTravel Award in the BEST NEW EVENTS category! With our inaugural year nearly to an end, the Pro GRT has already experienced great attention and praise from within & outside the cycling industry! We are truly appreciative at the overwhelming support from everyone involved. 2010 is already in the works & should be even better!

Voting continues through September 14, 2009, at http://www.SportsTravelMagazine.com. Click on the VOTE NOW button on the right! We’re located under the bottom area under “BEST NEW EVENTS!”

Don’t forget, you MUST CONFIRM your voting by the email link you will receive after you cast your ballot!


Please help us spread the word!

Cheers,

Dylan

Friday, August 21, 2009

Pro GRT Finals set for Whiteface Mtn, NY!

The 5th stop of the Pro Mountain Bike Gravity Tour (Pro GRT) sets to wrap up the series at Whiteface Resort in Wilmington, New York for the Whiteface 5K DH! This famous east coast event is the perfect setting to hold the Pro GRT finals, as it’s destined to show which athlete has maintained the best fitness during the season.



After the previous stop in Windham, NY, Chris Heath (Manitou–Hayes) jumps ahead of Kain Leonard (Crested Butte Mtn Sports) in the overall rankings. Meanwhile 2nd through 5th is an extremely tight battle with only 10 points separating the group of 5 riders!

In the women’s field, Darian Harvey (Cannondale) extends her lead over the field, but will no doubt give her full effort to capture yet another Pro GRT title! (Darian won the inaugural Pro GRT 4X series title in Windham, NY)

This is set to be an great finals! Get your tickets & sign up now!

For additional information on this event & the series in general, feel free to visit PINNEDmtb.com and become a fan on Facebook!

Thursday, August 13, 2009

USA Cycling announces nominations to Mountain Bike World Championship Team

Colorado Springs, Colo. (Aug. 13, 2009)—USA Cycling announced today the 43 athletes that have been nominated to represent the United States at the upcoming 2009 UCI Mountain Bike World Championships in Canberra, Australia, September 1-6.

In the gravity events, Aaron Gwin (Morongo Valley, Calif./Yeti) received the lone men’s downhill automatic nomination by virtue of his third-place World Cup finish and his national championship in that event. Kyle Strait (Riverside, Calif.), Duncan Riffle (Santa Barbara, Calif./Duncan Riffle Racing), Luke Strobel (Renton, Wash./Maxxis), Cody Warren (El Cajon, Calif./Decline), Brian Lopes (Laguna Beach, Calif./Oakley) and Joey Schusler (Boulder, Colo./Yeti-Fox Shox) received discretionary nominations to the elite men’s downhill team. As the winner of the USA Cycling Mountain Bike National Championships downhill contest, Melissa Buhl (Chandler, Ariz./KHS) received the only automatic nomination to the elite women’s downhill squad. Kathy Pruitt (Santa Cruz, Calif./Jamis) will join her as a discretionary selection.

As the national champion, 17-year-old Mitch Ropelato (Ogden, Utah) received an automatic nomination to the elite men’s 4X squad. Mike Haderer (Concord, Calif.) and Blake Carney (Camarillo, Calif.) will join Ropelato on the men’s 4-cross squad as discretionary selections. Buhl and 2008 BMX Olympian Jill Kintner (Seattle, Wash./Red Bull) both earned automatic nominations to the women’s 4X squad by virtue of multiple World Cup podium performances.

Eleven junior and U23 cross country athletes were also named to the 2009 UCI Mountain Bike World Championship squad that will represent the United States, along with five junior men’s downhillers. See below for the complete list. For more information on USA Cycling’s selection procedures please visit the Athlete Programs portion of the USA Cycling website, or click here.


2009 UCI Mountain Bike World Championships
Canberra, Australia
Sept. 1-6, 2009

U.S. Team Nominations:

Elite Men’s Downhill
Aaron Gwin (Morongo Valley, Calif./Yeti)**
Kyle Strait (Riverside, Calif.)
Duncan Riffle (Santa Barbara, Calif.)
Luke Strobel (Renton, Wash.)
Cody Warren (El Cajon, Calif.)
Brian Lopes (Laguna Beach, Calif.)
Joey Schusler (Boulder, Colo.)

Elite Women’s Downhill
Melissa Buhl (Chandler, Ariz.)**
Kathy Pruitt (Santa Cruz, Calif.)

Elite Men’s 4-Cross
Mitch Ropelato (Ogden, Utah)**
Mike Haderer (Concord, Calif.)
Blake Carney (Camarillo, Calif.)

Elite Women’s 4-Cross
Melissa Buhl (Chandler, Ariz.)**
Jill Kintner (Seattle, Wash.)**

Junior Men’s Downhill
Mitch Ropelato (Ogden, Utah)**
Kevin Aiello (Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif.)
Luciano Worl (Woodinville, Wash.)
Tom Neer (Arvada, Colo.)
Geoffrey Ulmer (Troy, N.Y.)

**denotes automatic nomination

Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Pro Gravity Tour standings: August 11

Yeti sweeps Pro GRT men's events at Blast the Mass

Aaron Gwin (Moronga Valley, Calif./Yeti) and Darian Harvey (Durango, Colo./Cannondale) won the men's and women's Downhill contests at the third stop on USA Cycling's Pro Gravity Tour, Blast the Mass. The pair ran away with the wins on the challenging course in Snowmass, Colo. Another Yeti rider, Jared Graves (AUS) took the men's 4X title while Rachel Bauer (Aspen, Colo./Banshee-Poison) topped the small women's pro 4X field. For complete results from Blast the Mass, click here.

With three of five Pro GRT events complete, Kain Leonard (Gunnison, Colo./Crested Butte Mountain Sports) and Darian Harvey (Durango, Colo./Cannondale) lead the first-ever Pro GRT. The latest version of the USA Cycling Pro Gravity Tour standings is as follows:

Men's Standings
1. Kain Leonard (Gunnison, Colo./Crested Butte Mountain Sports) 100
2. Chris Heath (Durango, Colo./Manitou-Hayes) 99
3. Chris Boice (Albuquerque, N.M./Yeti) 90
3. Aaron Gwinn (Morongo Valley, Calif./Yeti) 90
5. Curtis Keene (Freemont, Calif.) 75

Women's Standings
1. Darian Harvey (Durango, Colo./Cannondale) 190
2. Rachel Bauer (Aspen, Colo./Bansee-Poison) 140
3. Jacqueline Harmony (Tucson, Ariz./Vixen-Loeka) 130
4. Addie Stewart (Roy, Utah/Go Ride-Hayes) 100
5. Katie Holden (Kirkland, Wash./Specialized) 75

*For complete Pro GRT men's standings, click here and click here for complete women's standings.

4X
With two of three races complete Mitch Ropelato (Ogden, Utah/Cafe Rio-Canfield Bros) leads the Pro GRT 4X men's standings. Click here to see the full men's 4X standings. Jacqueline Harmony (Tucson, Ariz./Vixen Racing) leads the Pro GRT 4X women's standings. Click here to see the full women's 4X standings.

Next Up
The next race on the 2009 Pro GRT will be the Yankee Clipper at Windham Mountain, Aug. 15 and 16th.

Monday, August 10, 2009

JUSTIN LEOV TAKES MONSTER ENERGY GARBANZO DOWNHILL LEADING AUSSIE, KIWI PODIUM DOMINATION

WHISTLER, BC, August 9, 2009 – Justin Leov beats the dust, and the rest of the field to take top spot in the Monster Energy Garbanzo DH at Kokanee Crankworx 2009. With only one run to make their mark and over 330 competitors over all, there was no room for error.

The Monster Energy Garbanzo DH descends nearly 3,400 feet from top to bottom, through some of the most challenging and aggressive terrain in the Whistler Mountain Bike Park. “Riding smart was key today,” says Stacy Kohut, announcer and longtime 4-cross racer. “Justin and Miranda both played it right and came out on top.”

“I held it pretty solid and then during the last minute I really smashed it,” says Leov, first place winner of Pro Men. “Near the end I was just holding on and it worked out.”


Justin Leov (NZL), grabbed first with a time of 13:44.55; second place was Chris Kovarik (AUS), with a time of 13:46.61 and third place went to Sam Hill (AUS), with a time of 13:48.31.

The top rider in the women’s category was Miranda Miller (CAN), with a time of 16:32.32; Emmeline Ragot (FRA) took second place with a time of 16:36.01 and Kathy Pruitt (USA), took third place with a time of 16:52:64.

“I just tried to make sure I peddled hard out of every berm," says Miller, first place winner of the Pro Women category. “It was a little rough and studded but still, a really good course.”

In the Junior Men category, an understated Luke Stevens kept up with the pros, laying down an impressive 14:47:58, taking the top spot. “I tried to keep it pinned and maintain my speed,” says Stevens. “I like to win with a bigger margin, but this is pretty good.”

The Monster Energy Garbanzo DH was the highlight of day two at Kokanee Crankworx 2009. Day three of the eight day Crankworx Festival includes the Baia Brothers demos, WomenzWorx training as well as a massive village wide Bike Expo for all to enjoy.

For more detailed results and event information please visit www.Crankworx.com and make sure to add @Crankworx via Twitter for all the latest news.

Sunday, August 9, 2009

Pro GRT DH Results

Men
1 Aaron Gwin
2 Sam Blenkinsop
3 Jared Graves
4 Shawn Neer
5 Kain Leonard

* Kain Leonard Leads Pro GRT

Women
1 Darian Harvey
2 Jackie Harmony
3 Addie Stewart
4 Rachel Bauer
5 Martha Renn

* Darian Harvey Leads Pro GRT

Friday, August 7, 2009

David KlaassenVanOorshot Broken at Snowmass Pro GRT!

just got word in from Quinton Spaulding (KHS) that factory ODI/Southridge rider David KlaassenVanOorshot took a high speed spill while practicing on the DH track out in Snowmass, Colorado for the Pro Gravity Tour!

He broke his collar bone, & at least one wrist (most likely scafoid), his other wrist is either badly sprained or broken as well.

Thinking happy thoughts for a speedy recovery!

Tuesday, August 4, 2009

Windham Mountain to Host 2010 MTB World Cup Finals

News has already been posted, but here's a release from their PR dept....



WINDHAM, New York--Windham Mountain, New York, becomes the first mainland USA venue since 1992 to host the UCI Mountain Bike World Cup finals, when a multi-discipline event, including cross country, downhill and four cross will conclude the 2010 series, August 28-29.

The last time a world cup mountain bike event took place in the USA was 2005, when the series visited Angel Fire resort in New Mexico. In 1996, the finals venue was Honolulu, Hawaii, and in 1992 the finals venue for the cross country was Vail, Colorado.

Windham Mountain hosted a national series event in 2008, and then again earlier in 2009. Tim Woods, the president and general manager of Windham Mountain, said: "When we were awarded the World Cup finals, we knew it would be critical to develop partnerships with professionals who have ‘been there and done that.’ The margin for error is zero. We worked with Blue Wolf Events last year on the East Coast Nationals and it was immediately clear that their experience, organization and attention to detail are the perfect fit for us. They will be a big part of ensuring that the World Cup’s return to the United States is a success."

One of the most qualified top-level mountain bike event organizers in the US, Jeff Frost of Blue Wolf Events has world cup organization experience dating back to the early ‘90s in Mount Snow. Then in this decade there followed a stint with GaleForce at the world cup races in Napa and Telluride.

The Windham Mountain world cup finals are expected to attract most, if not all, of the top contenders in the world, since only one week later the world championships take place at Mont-Sainte-Anne, near Quebec City.

"With New York City only two and a half hours drive, and Boston only three hours, I think we will see a lot of people come out for this race. It's been a long while since such a concentration of mountain biking talent has visited these shores. I'm getting goose bumps already thinking about the excitement it will generate. The world cup circuit has gotten so competitive again, and there is so much at stake in the finals, I think the atmosphere is going to be just electric," said Jeff Frost.

The importance of bringing world cup racing to US soil cannot be understated. “In Canada and other nations we’ve seen that World Cups are critical for the development of local athletes. The inclusion of Windham, leading up to the world championships, is sure to provide a significant boost to the performances of U.S. athletes, as well as introducing many aspiring young riders to the highest levels of competition.” said veteran journalist Rob Jones, editor of Canadiancyclist.com.

The challenging mountain bike courses in north eastern USA, combined with the compact convenience of the resort accommodations, made this area an annual favorite of riders on the world cup circuit back in the glory days of the 1990s. Journalists of the day recall that some of the greatest races in the history of the sport took place in this part of the world. Windham stands poised to renew an old and very fruitful relationship.

Windham Mountain is a family-oriented resort in the northern Catskill Mountains of New York, just an hour south of Albany and 2.5 hours north of New York City. Windham offers big mountain skiing and snowboarding (1,600 vertical feet and 46 trails) and other fun activities like snow tubing, ice skating, skateboarding, paintball and a bungee trampoline. For more information about Windham Mountain, visit www.WindhamMountain.com. To learn more about mountain biking at Windham, visit www.windhammountainbike.com.

Windham Mountain to Host 2010 MTB World Cup Finals

News has already been posted, but here's a release from their PR dept....



WINDHAM, New York--Windham Mountain, New York, becomes the first mainland USA venue since 1992 to host the UCI Mountain Bike World Cup finals, when a multi-discipline event, including cross country, downhill and four cross will conclude the 2010 series, August 28-29.

The last time a world cup mountain bike event took place in the USA was 2005, when the series visited Angel Fire resort in New Mexico. In 1996, the finals venue was Honolulu, Hawaii, and in 1992 the finals venue for the cross country was Vail, Colorado.

Windham Mountain hosted a national series event in 2008, and then again earlier in 2009. Tim Woods, the president and general manager of Windham Mountain, said: "When we were awarded the World Cup finals, we knew it would be critical to develop partnerships with professionals who have ‘been there and done that.’ The margin for error is zero. We worked with Blue Wolf Events last year on the East Coast Nationals and it was immediately clear that their experience, organization and attention to detail are the perfect fit for us. They will be a big part of ensuring that the World Cup’s return to the United States is a success."

One of the most qualified top-level mountain bike event organizers in the US, Jeff Frost of Blue Wolf Events has world cup organization experience dating back to the early ‘90s in Mount Snow. Then in this decade there followed a stint with GaleForce at the world cup races in Napa and Telluride.

The Windham Mountain world cup finals are expected to attract most, if not all, of the top contenders in the world, since only one week later the world championships take place at Mont-Sainte-Anne, near Quebec City.

"With New York City only two and a half hours drive, and Boston only three hours, I think we will see a lot of people come out for this race. It's been a long while since such a concentration of mountain biking talent has visited these shores. I'm getting goose bumps already thinking about the excitement it will generate. The world cup circuit has gotten so competitive again, and there is so much at stake in the finals, I think the atmosphere is going to be just electric," said Jeff Frost.

The importance of bringing world cup racing to US soil cannot be understated. “In Canada and other nations we’ve seen that World Cups are critical for the development of local athletes. The inclusion of Windham, leading up to the world championships, is sure to provide a significant boost to the performances of U.S. athletes, as well as introducing many aspiring young riders to the highest levels of competition.” said veteran journalist Rob Jones, editor of Canadiancyclist.com.

The challenging mountain bike courses in north eastern USA, combined with the compact convenience of the resort accommodations, made this area an annual favorite of riders on the world cup circuit back in the glory days of the 1990s. Journalists of the day recall that some of the greatest races in the history of the sport took place in this part of the world. Windham stands poised to renew an old and very fruitful relationship.

Windham Mountain is a family-oriented resort in the northern Catskill Mountains of New York, just an hour south of Albany and 2.5 hours north of New York City. Windham offers big mountain skiing and snowboarding (1,600 vertical feet and 46 trails) and other fun activities like snow tubing, ice skating, skateboarding, paintball and a bungee trampoline. For more information about Windham Mountain, visit www.WindhamMountain.com. To learn more about mountain biking at Windham, visit www.windhammountainbike.com.

Monday, August 3, 2009

VANs Warner

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Saturday, August 1, 2009

Bromont World Cup: MEN DH FINALS

1 3 RSA19811113 MINNAAR Greg SCB 48.128 1:09.17 1:58.37 2:31.65 200
2 14 FRA19800726 BAREL Fabien SUB 47.598 1:10.70 1:58.53 2:32.11 +00.46 160
3 1 AUS19850721 HILL Samuel MER 47.451 1:09.32 1:58.95 2:32.28 +00.63 140
4 4 GBR19850226 ATHERTON Gee ANC 48.736 1:10.17 1:58.91 2:32.68 +01.03 125
5 10 USA19871224 GWIN Aaron YET 48.408 1:11.12 1:59.70 2:33.06 +01.41 110
6 5 AUS19831121 HANNAH Michael GTB 49.746 1:10.79 1:59.89 2:33.32 +01.67 95
7 2 GBR19740617 PEAT Steve SCB 48.561 1:09.72 1:59.87 2:33.48 +01.83 90
8 23 AUS19780301 KOVARIK Chris CRC 50.585 1:10.30 2:00.56 2:34.44 +02.79 85
9 13 GBR19900323 BRYCELAND Josh SCB 48.517 1:11.85 2:01.57 2:35.72 +04.07 80
10 7 GBR19880110 FAIRCLOUGH Brendan MER 47.472 1:11.24 2:02.07 2:35.74 +04.09 75
11 6 NZL19841020 LEOV Justin TRK 47.851 1:11.36 2:02.04 2:36.26 +04.61 70
12 15 GBR19840925 BEAUMONT Marc GTB 50.069 1:11.19 2:02.32 2:36.32 +04.67 69
13 8 NZL19881028 BLENKINSOP Samuel YET 49.113 1:13.33 2:03.09 2:36.66 +05.01 68
14 22 FRA19791011 PASCAL Mickael MSC 48.408 1:12.81 2:03.08 2:36.92 +05.27 67
15 56 AUS19821209 ATKINSON Bryn 48.387 1:11.29 2:01.72 2:37.24 +05.59 66
16 49 USA19870404 STRAIT Kyle STA 47.829 1:13.41 2:03.57 2:38.42 +06.77 65
17 27 USA19860624 STROBEL Luke TMR 45.492 1:12.81 2:03.81 2:38.50 +06.85 64
18 50 FRA19841030 RUFFIN Thibaut 47.640 1:12.26 2:04.29 2:39.03 +07.38 63
19 12 SUI19870917 BEER Nick STT 47.472 1:13.39 2:04.58 2:39.45 +07.80 62
20 46 NZL19790430 RANKIN Nathan IKP 48.128 1:13.25 2:05.19 2:40.07 +08.42 61
21 41 AUS19810622 RANDO Jared GMT 47.978 1:12.78 2:04.91 2:40.72 +09.07 60
22 39 GBR19870520 SIMMONDS Matthew CRC 48.868 1:12.23 2:05.64 2:40.76 +09.11 59
23 36 ESP19760604 OULEGO MORENO Ivan MAS 47.017 1:12.86 2:05.35 2:40.95 +09.30 58
24 95 COL19900509 GUTIERREZ Marcelo 47.682 1:13.53 2:05.81 2:41.06 +09.41 57
24 16 ESP19820930 GUARDIA PASCUAL Bernat MAS 47.703 1:14.17 2:05.82 2:41.06 +09.41 57
26 33 GBR19900704 SMITH Joseph KON 47.058 1:14.55 2:06.59 2:41.12 +09.47 55
27 37 FRA19860206 GEORGES Pierre Charles SAF 46.936 1:12.45 2:05.78 2:41.27 +09.62 54
28 77 FRA19851018 REMY Maxime SCT 47.264 1:14.52 2:06.68 2:41.37 +09.72 53
29 24 FRA19840612 PEDEMANAUD Fabien STT 46.692 1:14.99 2:06.24 2:41.39 +09.74 52
30 19 USA19861029 RIFFLE Duncan DRR 47.745 1:13.04 2:06.35 2:41.65 +10.00 51
31 31 FRA19850428 SPAGNOLO Damien SUB 47.079 1:13.88 2:06.72 2:41.93 +10.28 50
32 68 NZL19870418 MASTERS Wyn ANT 48.758 1:14.60 2:06.64 2:42.21 +10.56 49
33 57 FRA19880417 BADOUARD Antoine 46.915 1:13.82 2:06.48 2:42.44 +10.79 48
34 97 CAN19880928 TENNANT Dean 45.531 1:14.33 2:07.04 2:43.43 +11.78 47
35 42 IRL19860324 REID Ben JRR 45.977 1:13.95 2:08.39 2:43.68 +12.03 46
36 40 AUS19891125 BUTTON Joshua 46.391 1:15.03 2:08.51 2:43.86 +12.21 45
37 52 AUT19871013 PEKOLL Markus SAF 46.875 1:14.53 2:07.54 2:43.90 +12.25 44
38 62 ESP19900103 FERREIRO PAJUELO Antonio XMS 45.918 1:14.44 2:07.93 2:44.11 +12.46 43
39 116 FRA19880422 DERONZIER Esteban MLG 46.391 1:15.40 2:07.95 2:44.26 +12.61 42
40 9 CAN19891125 SMITH Steve MSE 48.085 1:12.05 2:02.46 2:44.56 +12.91 41
41 155 NZL19920409 BRANNIGAN George ° 47.202 1:17.61 2:09.66 2:44.57 +12.92 40
42 158 FRA19911104 BLANCHARD Camille ° TSB 45.569 1:16.51 2:08.53 2:44.61 +12.96 39
43 72 FRA19860809 KURTZ Cyrille SRS 46.232 1:17.00 2:09.79 2:45.26 +13.61 38
44 83 SUI19880816 PEYER Lars SCT 46.193 1:16.04 2:09.70 2:45.41 +13.76 37
45 88 SUI19890403 MAY Ludovic 45.801 1:16.99 2:08.65 2:45.61 +13.96 36
46 107 CAN19850815 BILUK Jamie 46.773 1:16.85 2:09.55 2:45.71 +14.06 35
47 38 ITA19860315 SUDING Lorenzo DDH 48.473 1:14.11 2:10.30 2:45.83 +14.18 34
48 141 USA19910412 AIELLO Kevin ° GTB 48.452 1:16.32 2:10.15 2:46.14 +14.49 33
49 148 USA19890325 SWANGUEN John 46.431 1:16.80 2:11.06 2:46.26 +14.61 32
50 156 FRA19910208 OZIOL Ivan ° 46.114 1:15.47 2:09.65 2:46.52 +14.87 31
51 126 GBR19890505 BOND Alex 45.723 1:15.20 2:09.65 2:46.70 +15.05 30
52 159 GBR19910623 BREWIN Gareth ° 46.672 1:17.62 2:11.66 2:47.07 +15.42 29
53 153 GBR19910530 MOLLOY Harry ° 46.173 1:17.26 2:11.31 2:47.37 +15.72 28
54 114 ITA19890813 BUGNONE Marco ABG 46.936 1:16.64 2:10.97 2:47.49 +15.84 27
55 160 FRA19910606 GROIZARD Félix ° TSB 46.956 1:17.49 2:11.55 2:48.01 +16.36 26
56 11 RSA19840805 NEETHLING Andrew TRK 48.149 1:22.44 2:13.92 2:48.64 +16.99 25
57 73 GBR19910805 HEATH Harry ° 47.099 1:20.55 2:12.89 2:48.67 +17.02 24
58 21 SVK19820410 POLC Filip MSE 45.416 1:15.41 2:13.73 2:48.89 +17.24 23
59 20 ESP19790210 VAZQUEZ LOPEZ David LSS 43.356 1:15.87 2:13.36 2:49.05 +17.40 22
60 48 GBR19890215 CUNNINGHAM Ruaridh CRC 45.359 1:21.52 2:14.24 2:49.79 +18.14 21
61 136 GBR19890206 MEARS Scott 45.646 1:19.36 2:14.02 2:49.97 +18.32 20
62 120 AUS19880822 ARMSTRONG Harry 46.411 1:17.07 2:12.09 2:50.04 +18.39 19
63 29 GBR19910920 HART Danny ° LSS 48.890 1:21.54 2:15.00 2:50.14 +18.49 18
64 134 CAN19901020 GAUVIN Yann 45.879 1:18.22 2:15.93 2:52.00 +20.35 17
65 18 AUS19890725 DELFS Mitchell KMT 44.906 1:23.08 2:18.02 2:53.21 +21.56 16
66 99 USA19791121 KEENE Curtis 42.586 1:14.92 2:11.41 2:53.56 +21.91 15
67 26 GBR19850716 STANBRIDGE Dan 46.692 1:18.37 2:18.01 2:54.06 +22.41 14
68 124 FRA19911020 THOME Patrick ° TSB 47.514 1:18.51 2:19.76 2:56.65 +25.00 13
69 89 ITA19851202 MILIVINTI Marco DDH 36.885 1:16.07 2:19.83 2:56.93 +25.28 12
70 70 SWE19781130 OLUND Herman 45.550 1:15.44 2:19.76 2:57.12 +25.47 11
71 28 SWE19880704 WALLNER Robin 42.187 1:14.50 2:21.36 2:57.52 +25.87 10
72 35 FRA19900423 THIRION Rémi SRS 34.047 1:13.71 2:12.48 2:57.90 +26.25 9
73 161 USA19910103 ULMER Geoffrey ° 40.924 1:21.59 2:20.09 2:58.16 +26.51 8
74 32 FRA19890421 BIGONI Joris 46.232 1:34.91 2:26.62 3:01.79 +30.14 7
75 61 AUS19910911 WILLEMSE Rhys ° 44.887 1:23.37 2:30.71 3:05.53 +33.88 6
76 123 AUS19910403 DINHAM Laurie ° SCT 45.531 1:18.45 2:28.69 3:06.03 +34.38 5
77 86 CAN19890326 LAMBERT Hans 45.000 1:24.36 2:34.23 3:11.15 +39.50 4
78 111 FRA19870801 EME David 45.340 2:20.71 3:16.78 3:53.23 +1:21.58 3
79 58 GBR19880420 CATHRO Ben 47.161 2:24.57 3:18.05 3:54.08 +1:22.43 2
17 FIN19840419 LEHIKOINEN Matti MSE - 1:12.30 - DNF 0
34 GBR19841228 BRAITHWAITE Thomas 45.245 1:16.69 - DNF 0
91 CAN19920321 MARSHALL Kyle ° - 1:16.82 - DNF 0

Bromont World Cup: WOMEN DH FINALS

1 1 FRA19810819 JONNIER Sabrina TMR 45.512 1:21.22 2:20.90 2:58.28 200
2 5 FRA19890417 PUGIN Floriane IKP 44.943 1:23.84 2:22.59 3:00.92 +02.64 160
3 6 JPN19830401 SUEMASA Mio 44.244 1:23.15 2:22.63 3:01.23 +02.95 140
4 3 GBR19790412 MOSELEY Tracy TRK 43.356 1:21.64 2:22.84 3:02.24 +03.96 125
5 4 FRA19830128 GROS Céline MLG 45.018 1:23.89 2:24.98 3:04.24 +05.96 110
6 15 CAN19880821 GATTO Micayla 44.426 1:25.07 2:26.82 3:06.31 +08.03 95
7 11 CAN19780426 BUCHAR Claire CRC 42.823 1:25.19 2:27.29 3:06.75 +08.47 80
8 2 FRA19860527 RAGOT Emmeline SCT 45.150 1:21.51 2:28.13 3:06.97 +08.69 70
9 10 SUI19860919 SIEGENTHALER Emilie STT 42.925 1:26.55 2:27.89 3:07.55 +09.27 60
10 28 USA19821226 PRUITT Kathleen 44.850 1:25.67 2:28.83 3:09.06 +10.78 55
11 12 AUT19801112 MOLCIK Anita YET 44.646 1:25.99 2:29.97 3:10.71 +12.43 50
12 19 FRA19910610 PAJOT Anais ° SRS 44.262 1:27.59 2:30.99 3:11.81 +13.53 45
13 8 GBR19820827 GRIFFITHS Fionn NWT 43.234 1:25.33 2:31.73 3:12.59 +14.31 40
14 9 USA19820125 BUHL Melissa 42.908 1:27.66 2:32.54 3:13.47 +15.19 35
15 22 CAN19790901 UYESUGI Danice 42.976 1:28.71 2:33.34 3:14.58 +16.30 30
16 14 AUT19801118 BERNHARD Petra ANT 42.840 1:27.93 2:33.56 3:15.13 +16.85 25
17 29 USA19820727 HARVEY Darian 42.486 1:32.24 2:37.91 3:20.79 +22.51 20
18 21 NZL19820106 LAIRD Amy 42.220 1:32.86 2:41.54 3:23.41 +25.13 15
19 27 NZL19790711 MOLLOY Gabrielle 40.133 1:36.28 2:47.37 3:30.00 +31.72 10
20 26 CAN19901015 LAPLANTE Anne 39.244 1:30.01 2:48.01 3:30.54 +32.26 5
21 13 RSA19791124 PETTERSON Joanna 32.846 1:33.02 3:10.89 3:55.51 +57.23 0

Friday, July 31, 2009

Bromont World Cup - Women DH Qualifying

1 P 3 GBR19790412 MOSELEY Tracy TRK 41.586 1:23.59 2:26.38 3:07.43 50 Q
2 P 2 FRA19860527 RAGOT Emmeline SCT 43.286 1:24.75 2:26.42 3:07.57 +00.14 40 Q
3 P 5 FRA19890417 PUGIN Floriane IKP 42.236 1:29.48 2:32.12 3:13.07 +05.64 30 Q
4 P 6 JPN19830401 SUEMASA Mio 40.510 1:28.34 2:31.88 3:13.56 +06.13 25 Q
5 P 1 FRA19810819 JONNIER Sabrina TMR 44.887 1:27.95 2:33.82 3:14.05 +06.62 20 Q
6 11 CAN19780426 BUCHAR Claire CRC 41.974 1:29.46 2:33.15 3:14.22 +06.79 16 Q
7 P 4 FRA19830128 GROS Céline MLG 42.088 1:28.67 2:33.47 3:14.97 +07.54 14 Q
8 P 10 SUI19860919 SIEGENTHALER Emilie STT 41.682 1:32.27 2:35.17 3:17.03 +09.60 12 Q
9 15 CAN19880821 GATTO Micayla 39.574 1:29.86 2:35.65 3:18.04 +10.61 10 Q
10 28 USA19821226 PRUITT Kathleen 43.200 1:29.42 2:38.45 3:21.10 +13.67 5 Q
11 12 AUT19801112 MOLCIK Anita YET 39.779 1:31.27 2:39.14 3:21.36 +13.93 Q
12 22 CAN19790901 UYESUGI Danice 40.540 1:32.68 2:40.28 3:23.02 +15.59 Q
13 14 AUT19801118 BERNHARD Petra ANT 40.632 1:33.62 2:40.55 3:23.54 +16.11 Q
14 19 FRA19910610 PAJOT Anais ° SRS 41.268 1:36.17 2:45.36 3:29.95 +22.52 Q
15 27 NZL19790711 MOLLOY Gabrielle 38.793 1:36.25 2:46.84 3:31.88 +24.45 Q
16 26 CAN19901015 LAPLANTE Anne 36.872 1:39.05 2:49.61 3:35.32 +27.89 Q
17 P 9 USA19820125 BUHL Melissa 36.572 1:29.60 2:51.55 3:36.14 +28.71 Q
18 29 USA19820727 HARVEY Darian 38.904 1:39.44 2:50.62 3:36.37 +28.94 Q
19 21 NZL19820106 LAIRD Amy 39.116 1:36.68 2:52.57 3:37.52 +30.09 Q
20 13 RSA19791124 PETTERSON Joanna 40.632 1:39.58 2:50.34 3:38.31 +30.88 Q
21 17 GBR19900914 STONE Jessica 2SF 39.430 1:35.35 2:53.77 3:40.60 +33.17
22 30 CAN19840101 PAQUIN Claudia 36.647 1:41.85 2:57.27 3:42.48 +35.05
23 25 NZL19810818 HARPER Harriet 39.779 1:37.81 2:58.19 3:43.25 +35.82
24 24 FRA19880708 BORDERES Sophie 37.868 1:40.26 2:58.38 3:44.84 +37.41
25 P 8 GBR19820827 GRIFFITHS Fionn NWT 35.386 1:28.43 3:00.78 3:46.09 +38.66 Q
26 32 USA19780307 HARMONY Jacqueline 38.585 1:44.63 3:04.02 3:48.27 +40.84
27 35 USA19760316 BURCH Allegra 37.656 1:44.29 3:10.26 4:01.01 +53.58
28 34 USA19850402 HOLDEN Katie 29.411 1:39.09 2:59.85 4:50.18 +1:42.75
29 33 USA19731223 MISKET Connie 30.551 1:59.55 4:00.62 5:08.58 +2:01.15
23 CAN19851217 MCQUEEN Rebecca - - - DNS

Bromont World Cup - Mens DH Qualifying

* Andrew Neethling & Nick Beer placed out of qualifying, but are Protected (P), so they will automatically qualify for the main!

* Unfortunately due to a crash (or so i'm told) Shaun Palmer didn't qualify

1 P 14 FRA19800726 BAREL Fabien SUB 46.173 1:12.79 2:02.66 2:38.32 50 Q
2 P 1 AUS19850721 HILL Samuel MER 45.075 1:12.15 2:03.42 2:38.84 +00.52 40 Q
3 P 3 RSA19811113 MINNAAR Greg SCB 46.016 1:13.47 2:05.10 2:39.68 +01.36 30 Q
4 P 2 GBR19740617 PEAT Steve SCB 44.757 1:12.83 2:04.47 2:39.75 +01.43 25 Q
5 P 4 GBR19850226 ATHERTON Gee ANC 43.938 1:13.01 2:05.22 2:40.44 +02.12 22 Q
6 23 AUS19780301 KOVARIK Chris CRC 46.936 1:12.22 2:04.70 2:40.65 +02.33 20 Q
7 P 9 CAN19891125 SMITH Steve MSE 46.936 1:14.42 2:05.64 2:41.01 +02.69 18 Q
8 P 10 USA19871224 GWIN Aaron YET 46.511 1:14.73 2:05.92 2:41.47 +03.15 17 Q
9 P 6 NZL19841020 LEOV Justin TRK 45.512 1:13.41 2:05.60 2:41.55 +03.23 16 Q
10 P 17 FIN19840419 LEHIKOINEN Matti MSE 44.554 1:14.87 2:06.76 2:41.77 +03.45 15 Q
11 P 15 GBR19840925 BEAUMONT Marc GTB 47.872 1:13.62 2:06.57 2:42.19 +03.87 14 Q
12 P 5 AUS19831121 HANNAH Michael GTB 45.859 1:14.54 2:06.13 2:42.79 +04.47 13 Q
13 P 8 NZL19881028 BLENKINSOP Samuel YET 45.512 1:16.39 2:07.91 2:43.06 +04.74 12 Q
14 P 7 GBR19880110 FAIRCLOUGH Brendan MER 43.973 1:16.12 2:07.83 2:43.23 +04.91 11 Q
15 P 13 GBR19900323 BRYCELAND Josh SCB 44.869 1:15.00 2:06.95 2:43.60 +05.28 10 Q
16 39 GBR19870520 SIMMONDS Matthew CRC 47.017 1:13.23 2:07.64 2:44.12 +05.80 9 Q
17 P 18 AUS19890725 DELFS Mitchell KMT 43.530 1:16.51 2:08.08 2:44.44 +06.12 8 Q
18 49 USA19870404 STRAIT Kyle STA 45.131 1:14.58 2:08.09 2:44.75 +06.43 7 Q
19 56 AUS19821209 ATKINSON Bryn 45.112 1:13.90 2:08.08 2:45.11 +06.79 6 Q
20 21 SVK19820410 POLC Filip MSE 45.188 1:15.94 2:09.75 2:46.07 +07.75 5 Q
21 31 FRA19850428 SPAGNOLO Damien SUB 45.131 1:16.59 2:09.91 2:46.13 +07.81 Q
22 32 FRA19890421 BIGONI Joris 44.407 1:16.61 2:10.44 2:46.67 +08.35 Q
23 22 FRA19791011 PASCAL Mickael MSC 46.173 1:16.69 2:10.13 2:46.71 +08.39 Q
24 P 19 USA19861029 RIFFLE Duncan DRR 45.801 1:14.48 2:09.41 2:46.85 +08.53 Q
25 24 FRA19840612 PEDEMANAUD Fabien STT 44.831 1:16.71 2:10.45 2:47.18 +08.86 Q
26 27 USA19860624 STROBEL Luke TMR 44.794 1:16.58 2:10.85 2:47.21 +08.89 Q
27 40 AUS19891125 BUTTON Joshua 45.859 1:16.20 2:11.01 2:47.50 +09.18 Q
28 26 GBR19850716 STANBRIDGE Dan 45.283 1:15.50 2:10.26 2:47.72 +09.40 Q
29 73 GBR19910805 HEATH Harry ° 44.517 1:16.43 2:10.32 2:47.80 +09.48 Q
30 37 FRA19860206 GEORGES Pierre Charles SAF 44.207 1:17.15 2:11.31 2:48.45 +10.13 Q
31 61 AUS19910911 WILLEMSE Rhys ° 44.591 1:17.45 2:11.46 2:48.73 +10.41 Q
32 48 GBR19890215 CUNNINGHAM Ruaridh CRC 43.636 1:16.84 2:12.04 2:48.76 +10.44 Q
33 50 FRA19841030 RUFFIN Thibaut 44.572 1:16.78 2:11.90 2:48.86 +10.54 Q
34 58 GBR19880420 CATHRO Ben 45.037 1:17.51 2:12.79 2:49.13 +10.81 Q
35 57 FRA19880417 BADOUARD Antoine 42.654 1:16.42 2:11.84 2:49.18 +10.86 Q
36 P 16 ESP19820930 GUARDIA PASCUAL Bernat MAS 43.165 1:15.83 2:11.06 2:49.21 +10.89 Q
37 97 CAN19880928 TENNANT Dean 43.956 1:17.40 2:12.11 2:49.33 +11.01 Q
38 38 ITA19860315 SUDING Lorenzo DDH 45.416 1:18.49 2:12.28 2:49.45 +11.13 Q
39 46 NZL19790430 RANKIN Nathan IKP 45.378 1:16.97 2:12.20 2:49.49 +11.17 Q
40 28 SWE19880704 WALLNER Robin 44.009 1:17.70 2:12.40 2:49.63 +11.31 Q
41 155 NZL19920409 BRANNIGAN George ° 43.390 1:19.00 2:13.57 2:49.83 +11.51 Q
42 P 20 ESP19790210 VAZQUEZ LOPEZ David LSS 46.035 1:17.83 2:13.25 2:49.88 +11.56 Q
43 33 GBR19900704 SMITH Joseph KON 45.512 1:18.75 2:13.17 2:50.15 +11.83 Q
44 29 GBR19910920 HART Danny ° LSS 45.112 1:17.39 2:12.98 2:50.56 +12.24 Q
45 35 FRA19900423 THIRION Rémi SRS 41.189 1:18.30 2:12.75 2:50.66 +12.34 Q
46 77 FRA19851018 REMY Maxime SCT 43.618 1:19.32 2:14.33 2:50.72 +12.40 Q
47 52 AUT19871013 PEKOLL Markus SAF 44.536 1:18.00 2:12.52 2:50.83 +12.51 Q
48 160 FRA19910606 GROIZARD Félix ° TSB 45.473 1:18.99 2:13.89 2:50.86 +12.54 Q
49 124 FRA19911020 THOME Patrick ° TSB 44.334 1:18.82 2:13.42 2:50.97 +12.65 Q
50 70 SWE19781130 OLUND Herman 46.075 1:17.89 2:13.10 2:51.33 +13.01 Q
51 34 GBR19841228 BRAITHWAITE Thomas 42.586 1:17.52 2:13.12 2:51.47 +13.15 Q
52 148 USA19890325 SWANGUEN John 45.512 1:19.24 2:14.55 2:51.52 +13.20 Q
53 116 FRA19880422 DERONZIER Esteban MLG 44.371 1:19.01 2:13.44 2:51.65 +13.33 Q
54 72 FRA19860809 KURTZ Cyrille SRS 42.319 1:19.88 2:15.02 2:51.83 +13.51 Q
55 88 SUI19890403 MAY Ludovic 44.591 1:21.05 2:14.44 2:52.01 +13.69 Q
56 42 IRL19860324 REID Ben JRR 42.220 1:18.35 2:15.14 2:52.05 +13.73 Q
57 86 CAN19890326 LAMBERT Hans 43.045 1:19.91 2:14.64 2:52.30 +13.98 Q
58 156 FRA19910208 OZIOL Ivan ° 44.334 1:19.52 2:14.83 2:52.44 +14.12 Q
59 141 USA19910412 AIELLO Kevin ° GTB 45.743 1:19.15 2:14.98 2:53.09 +14.77 Q
60 153 GBR19910530 MOLLOY Harry ° 46.153 1:20.02 2:15.59 2:53.12 +14.80 Q
61 111 FRA19870801 EME David 45.646 1:19.05 2:15.99 2:53.31 +14.99 Q
62 114 ITA19890813 BUGNONE Marco ABG 44.389 1:19.38 2:15.70 2:53.37 +15.05 Q
63 41 AUS19810622 RANDO Jared GMT 45.435 1:14.97 2:07.61 2:53.40 +15.08 Q
64 120 AUS19880822 ARMSTRONG Harry 44.371 1:19.89 2:14.89 2:53.63 +15.31 Q
65 91 CAN19920321 MARSHALL Kyle ° 44.554 1:22.21 2:16.37 2:53.75 +15.43 Q
65 159 GBR19910623 BREWIN Gareth ° 42.874 1:20.13 2:15.89 2:53.75 +15.43 Q
67 126 GBR19890505 BOND Alex 42.925 1:19.39 2:16.23 2:53.79 +15.47 Q
68 136 GBR19890206 MEARS Scott 44.262 1:20.65 2:16.00 2:53.85 +15.53 Q
69 99 USA19791121 KEENE Curtis 44.517 1:19.63 2:16.14 2:53.94 +15.62 Q
70 83 SUI19880816 PEYER Lars SCT 44.389 1:19.30 2:15.90 2:53.97 +15.65 Q
71 107 CAN19850815 BILUK Jamie 41.876 1:19.93 2:15.28 2:54.06 +15.74 Q
72 123 AUS19910403 DINHAM Laurie ° SCT 42.352 1:21.38 2:16.19 2:54.09 +15.77 Q
73 68 NZL19870418 MASTERS Wyn ANT 46.834 1:20.39 2:16.14 2:54.11 +15.79 Q
74 36 ESP19760604 OULEGO MORENO Ivan MAS 44.572 1:19.52 2:15.97 2:54.14 +15.82 Q
75 89 ITA19851202 MILIVINTI Marco DDH 42.220 1:19.66 2:15.77 2:54.16 +15.84 Q
76 134 CAN19901020 GAUVIN Yann 42.171 1:21.98 2:16.18 2:54.27 +15.95 Q
77 161 USA19910103 ULMER Geoffrey ° 45.226 1:20.47 2:15.67 2:54.29 +15.97 Q
78 95 COL19900509 GUTIERREZ Marcelo 42.874 1:20.00 2:16.87 2:54.70 +16.38 Q
79 158 FRA19911104 BLANCHARD Camille ° TSB 42.469 1:19.74 2:16.92 2:54.71 +16.39 Q
80 62 ESP19900103 FERREIRO PAJUELO Antonio XMS 42.654 1:17.57 2:17.03 2:54.76 +16.44 Q
81 175 CAN19911115 LEFRANCOIS Jonathan ° 43.671 1:21.20 2:16.66 2:54.78 +16.46
82 169 USA19850216 MCCLENDON Sean 42.637 1:19.96 2:16.03 2:54.80 +16.48
83 P 11 RSA19840805 NEETHLING Andrew TRK 45.531 1:13.53 2:07.35 2:54.91 +16.59 Q
84 138 CAN19900912 FRASER Rob 44.334 1:20.41 2:17.24 2:54.98 +16.66
85 59 NZL19910131 BARRETT Aari ° STT 44.298 1:21.53 2:17.19 2:55.00 +16.68
86 102 CAN19900623 GARSTIN Simon 42.536 1:19.24 2:16.78 2:55.04 +16.72
87 82 SUI19880730 FREI Martin 44.389 1:21.69 2:17.55 2:55.07 +16.75
88 170 GBR19900107 HORTON Joseph 43.956 1:20.36 2:16.56 2:55.19 +16.87
89 103 AUT19810330 HAAS Mathias 44.334 1:18.98 2:15.67 2:55.24 +16.92
90 104 IRL19900301 LAUGHLAND Scott 41.127 1:20.74 2:17.40 2:55.33 +17.01
91 137 GBR19810204 CRITCHLOW Daniel CRC 42.519 1:19.57 2:17.06 2:55.38 +17.06
92 166 USA19860420 PAPOLA Scott 44.426 1:20.00 2:16.51 2:55.43 +17.11
93 93 ITA19870107 COZZI Claudio DDH 40.647 1:20.67 2:17.04 2:55.57 +17.25
94 90 AUT19870908 SIEDER Mario SAF 44.701 1:20.59 2:17.52 2:55.71 +17.39
95 60 USA19850827 WARREN Cody STA 41.779 1:19.55 2:17.41 2:55.80 +17.48
96 74 USA19860525 BENEDICT Bradley DRR 44.045 1:22.10 2:17.42 2:55.84 +17.52
97 146 CAN19911007 MORLEY Dylan ° 43.113 1:20.63 2:17.40 2:55.90 +17.58
98 79 SUI19851227 BEER Marcel 43.425 1:20.33 2:17.74 2:55.99 +17.67
99 55 AUS19891203 RISCHBIETH Will 44.081 1:23.74 2:18.85 2:56.22 +17.90
100 115 AUS19910721 MURRELL Tamryn ° 41.990 1:19.64 2:18.00 2:56.40 +18.08
101 80 SUI19870716 GSPAN Dominik 44.009 1:20.08 2:17.99 2:56.42 +18.10
102 92 AUS19910713 O'CONNOR Shaun ° IKP 44.334 1:20.89 2:18.70 2:56.76 +18.44
103 125 GBR19900315 DAVIES Emyr 44.628 1:20.70 2:18.95 2:56.89 +18.57
104 101 IRL19861024 WOLFE Gerard 45.473 1:21.13 2:17.56 2:56.94 +18.62
105 122 CAN19920616 GAUVIN Remi ° 44.591 1:20.80 2:17.99 2:56.95 +18.63
106 131 NZL19860128 SIMS Daniel 43.724 1:20.18 2:18.32 2:57.11 +18.79
107 76 AUT19900121 TETZLAFF Boris SAF 43.338 1:21.59 2:18.82 2:57.36 +19.04
108 45 FRA19860814 COUSINIE Fabien KMT 43.321 1:23.06 2:18.96 2:57.39 +19.07
109 171 USA19811122 NEWPHER Trevyn 44.517 1:21.74 2:19.54 2:57.47 +19.15
110 30 NZL19880203 COLE Cameron TMR 43.742 1:22.09 2:19.48 2:57.63 +19.31
111 133 NZL19911203 LEACOCK Richard ° 43.831 1:20.79 2:19.01 2:57.88 +19.56
112 140 NZL19870530 RENNIE James 42.823 1:21.16 2:19.26 2:57.89 +19.57
113 150 BEL19830209 LENSSENS Kristof 44.280 1:21.25 2:19.65 2:57.90 +19.58
114 84 JPN19880813 NAGATA Junya 44.135 1:21.99 2:18.79 2:57.96 +19.64
115 51 GBR19900212 DALE Sam 43.707 1:21.78 2:19.13 2:57.99 +19.67
116 63 GBR19910216 KERR Bernard ° 45.112 1:18.16 2:13.93 2:58.03 +19.71
117 87 NZL19871202 BENNETT Kieran XFI 42.823 1:22.76 2:19.84 2:58.33 +20.01
118 128 USA19830831 HEATH Chris 44.226 1:20.01 2:18.94 2:58.43 +20.11
119 152 NZL19811207 DODDS James 46.854 1:21.07 2:20.46 2:58.69 +20.37
120 162 USA19890115 OIEN Brad 42.603 1:22.65 2:21.68 2:59.31 +20.99
121 108 SUI19890126 JEANDIN Thomas 44.906 1:22.18 2:20.87 2:59.64 +21.32
122 44 AUS19821216 GRAVES Jared YET 44.628 1:19.93 2:19.61 2:59.65 +21.33
123 127 AUS19841028 CRISP Alan 42.738 1:21.63 2:20.91 2:59.85 +21.53
124 96 IRL19880910 WOLFE Daniel 45.723 1:18.51 2:21.82 3:00.19 +21.87
125 65 BEL19830323 VINK Nico 39.603 1:17.53 2:17.67 3:00.20 +21.88
126 144 GBR19850614 JENKINSON Stuart 43.303 1:20.90 2:18.85 3:00.30 +21.98
127 112 AUS19900710 VINCENT Matthew 42.236 1:22.66 2:20.53 3:00.56 +22.24
128 113 IRL19900414 DOHERTY Ewan 42.402 1:22.54 2:22.95 3:00.77 +22.45
129 129 AUT19891002 SIEDER Georg SAF 43.443 1:26.45 2:21.79 3:00.79 +22.47
129 121 FRA19860821 DELTEIL Loïc 36.474 1:21.79 2:21.99 3:00.79 +22.47
131 165 AUS19921205 MOORE Antony ° 43.460 1:24.27 2:22.50 3:01.21 +22.89
132 164 CAN19910105 ZOOBKOFF Trenton ° 43.356 1:23.29 2:22.73 3:01.67 +23.35
133 167 CAN19790627 THIBODEAU Andy 44.462 1:22.94 2:23.76 3:02.66 +24.34
134 151 FRA19910415 BENOIT Clément ° TSB 44.262 1:23.27 2:23.15 3:03.01 +24.69
135 85 CHI19851206 CARTONI ARAYA Juan Sebastian 45.188 1:25.33 2:24.65 3:03.32 +25.00
136 132 GBR19870620 STOCK James 44.153 1:26.00 2:24.74 3:03.69 +25.37
137 66 GBR19880611 BARNES Joe 45.898 1:17.83 2:25.61 3:04.12 +25.80
138 109 AUS19850308 KLEIN Lindsay 41.426 1:24.51 2:25.59 3:04.21 +25.89
139 110 AUS19900605 PROHM Dylan 40.601 1:22.20 2:27.16 3:05.57 +27.25
140 117 AUS19800827 KRISTEVIC Oliver 41.747 1:24.20 2:26.10 3:05.74 +27.42
141 142 AUS19870504 BARLIN Chris 42.486 1:24.87 2:26.45 3:07.18 +28.86
142 139 USA19840923 HALL Heikki 42.436 1:25.18 2:27.93 3:07.51 +29.19
143 105 USA19901204 QUEHL Ethan 40.223 1:28.58 2:28.73 3:08.58 +30.26
144 118 BRA19841225 GIACOMOZZI Nataniel 43.251 1:24.99 2:30.11 3:09.89 +31.57
145 168 AUS19920305 LAVIS Daniel ° 42.319 1:28.73 2:29.97 3:10.22 +31.90
146 174 USA19891225 STACHENFELD Amado 39.793 1:25.60 2:33.38 3:13.96 +35.64
147 177 JPN19900421 KUROSAWA Daisuke 39.691 1:26.41 2:35.22 3:15.79 +37.47
148 173 AUS19880203 AYLING Benjamin 42.303 1:31.15 2:35.25 3:15.81 +37.49
149 143 IRL19890707 O'SULLIVAN Karl 39.173 1:28.04 2:36.70 3:18.74 +40.42
150 149 SUI19900406 GSPAN Nicolas 41.860 1:27.09 2:40.08 3:20.16 +41.84
151 172 AUS19911031 HUNT Ryan ° 40.103 1:43.60 2:49.44 3:30.82 +52.50
152 P 12 SUI19870917 BEER Nick STT 41.747 2:21.84 3:15.46 3:53.18 +1:14.86 Q
153 163 USA19850625 MORSE Adam 33.655 1:24.90 8:47.10 9:27.01 +6:48.69
154 USA19681114 PALMER Shaun - - - DNF
43 GBR19820125 ATHERTON Dan ANC - - - DNS
53 ESP19840915 CANALS FLIX Pasqual XMS - - - DNS
98 FRA19850406 CHARRIER Rémy SRS - - - DNS
130 AUS19900518 PAIARO Liam - - - DNS
147 USA19830719 MEMMELAAR Jason - - - DNS
157 USA19840901 BEYTAGH Geritt - - - DNS
31.07.2009 - 15:55 > 154 competitors http://www.uci.ch Page 4/4
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Bromont World Cup - 4X Qualifying Results

MEN

1 67 FRA19861010 SALADINI Romain TEAM SUNN 51.40 Q
2 79 FRA19850624 DERBIER Quentin 51.41 +00.01 Q
3 68 SUI19810504 RINDERKNECHT Roger GT BICYCLES 52.02 +00.62 Q
4 65 AUS19821216 GRAVES Jared YETI FOX SHOX FACTORY RACE TEAM 52.10 +00.70 Q
5 72 CZE19810401 PROKOP Michal 52.27 +00.87 Q
6 70 ESP19810301 ALVAREZ DE LARA LUCAS Rafael SPECIALIZED FACTORY RACING 52.31 +00.91 Q
7 66 NED19780519 WICHMAN Joost 52.32 +00.92 Q
8 73 GER19760514 TSCHUGG Guido GHOST A.T.G. PRO TEAM 52.73 +01.33 Q
9 69 GBR19820125 ATHERTON Dan ANIMAL COMMENCAL 52.85 +01.45 Q
10 71 GER19880304 FISCHBACH Johannes GHOST A.T.G. PRO TEAM 52.95 +01.55 Q
11 74 CZE19870612 SLAVIK Tomas 53.42 +02.02 Q
12 75 SVK19820410 POLC Filip MS EVIL RACING 53.46 +02.06 Q
13 78 GBR19780602 BEAUMONT Scott ROCKY MOUNTAIN UK 53.92 +02.52 Q
14 84 USA19920303 ROPELATO Mitch 54.13 +02.73 Q
15 86 USA19890325 SWANGUEN John 54.50 +03.10 Q
16 82 CAN19890326 LAMBERT Hans 54.78 +03.38 Q
17 98 USA19860628 HADERER Michael Robert 54.94 +03.54 Q
18 100 USA19831019 TOKARCZYK Thomas 55.20 +03.80 Q
19 80 GER19780620 MEYENBORG Sascha 55.26 +03.86 Q
20 76 AUS19800528 MADILL Luke GT BICYCLES 55.42 +04.02 Q
21 91 FRA19860814 COUSINIE Fabien KENDA MOREWOOD 55.44 +04.04 Q
22 115 CAN19890331 ZDRILUK Matt 55.61 +04.21 Q
23 105 USA19871114 DALEY Arthur 55.65 +04.25 Q
24 85 GBR19910216 KERR Bernard 55.74 +04.34 Q
25 87 AUS19700901 HUNTINGTON Randal 55.99 +04.59 Q
26 89 GER19860316 GOTTSCHLICH Florian 56.55 +05.15 Q
27 95 USA19890503 NELSON Erik 56.92 +05.52 Q
28 99 USA19851018 SCHWANKE James 56.96 +05.56 Q
29 94 USA19910128 CARNEY Blake 57.02 +05.62 Q
30 88 SUI19880730 FREI Martin 57.06 +05.66 Q
31 103 SUI19900406 GSPAN Nicolas 57.50 +06.10 Q
32 102 AUT19780813 SEDLAK Markus 57.51 +06.11 Q


WOMEN

1 36 USA19811024 KINTNER Jill 58.07 Q
2 34 GBR19820827 GRIFFITHS Fionn NORCO WORLD TEAM 58.70 +00.63 Q
3 33 NED19820707 BEERTEN Anneke SUSPENSION CENTER 58.81 +00.74 Q
4 38 JPN19830401 SUEMASA Mio 59.72 +01.65 Q
5 37 USA19820125 BUHL Melissa 59.76 +01.69 Q
6 42 AUT19850212 HOHENWARTER Angelika 1:01.74 +03.67 Q
7 35 AUT19801112 MOLCIK Anita YETI FOX SHOX FACTORY RACE TEAM 1:02.78 +04.71 Q
8 39 SUI19810926 OETJEN Lucia 1:02.80 +04.73 Q
9 47 CAN19901015 LAPLANTE Anne 1:03.52 +05.45 Q
10 44 ESP19770825 CASTRO FERNANDEZ Eva 1:05.77 +07.70 Q
11 43 AUS19830822 HUNTINGTON Sarsha 1:05.87 +07.80 Q
12 45 RSA19791124 PETTERSON Joanna 1:08.84 +10.77 Q
13 46 USA19770520 STEINMETZ Neven 1:10.55 +12.48 Q
14 48 USA19851124 GERRARD Leana 1:17.24 +19.17 Q

Thursday, July 30, 2009

Bromont World Cup Timed DH Runs

Bromont (CAN) - 30.07.2009
Timed Training Session

MEN

1 KOVARIK Chris 2:41.54
2 PASCAL Mickael 2:44.10
3 SIMMONDS Matthew 2:44.63
4 BEAUMONT Marc 2:44.83
5 SMITH Steve 2:45.02
6 SUDING Lorenzo 2:45.62
7 STROBEL Luke 2:46.36
8 WILLEMSE Rhys 2:46.56
9 LEOV Justin 2:46.86
10 GEORGES Pierre Charles 43.956 1:16.26 37.749 2:47.05

WOMEN

1 SUEMASA Mio 3:11.89
2 JONNIER Sabrina 3:13.70
3 PUGIN Floriane 3:17.28
4 MOLCIK Anita 3:22.82
5 PAJOT Anais 3:25.07
6 RAGOT Emmeline 3:37.94
7 BUCHAR Claire 3:59.46
8 STONE Jessica 6:01.81
9 GATTO Micayla 7:16.91
10 GROS Céline 14:50.73

Wednesday, July 29, 2009

GBR Announces World's Team

British Cycling announces the 2009 World Championship Squad.

Rachel Atherton isn't listed on their squad, but i believe she gets an automatic since she's reigning world champ.

Downhill

Senior Men:

Brendan Fairclough
Gee Atherton
Josh Bryceland
Marc Beaumont
Steve Peat

Senior Women:

Ffion Griffiths
Tracy Moseley

Junior Men:

Arran Gannicott
Bernard Kerr
Danny Hart
Gareth Brewin
Harry Heath

4cross

Men:

Dan Atherton
Gee Atherton
Scott Beaumont

Women:

Ffion Griffiths

Saturday, July 25, 2009

Sunday, July 19, 2009

US DH National Champ - Women Results

Women DH
1. Melissa Buhl
2. Kathy Pruitt (+.07)
3. Lisa Myklak
4. Jacqueline Harmony
5. Katie Holden

US DH National Champ - Men Results

Men DH
1. Aaron Gwin
2. Duncan Riffle
3. JD Swanguen
4. Cody Warren
5. Joey Schusler (tie)
5. Geritt Beytagh (tie)

National Champs from around the globe..

courtesy of Akula 7 (from RM)...


Gee and Tracey are British champs, apparently Peaty was on a stormer and crashed in last corner.

Ben Reid is Irish National Champ

Fabien Barel is French Champ with Pascal 2nd and Pedemenaud 3rd.
Céline Gros 1st in Womens followed by Sabrina and Florian Pugin

US National Champ Quali Results

courtesy of dirttales.com

Saturday, July 18, 2009

Kintner & Ropelato are declared '09 US 4X Champions!

out of the long detailed description of the XC events of the day, USAC at least gave gravity racing a paragraph about the 4X finals. yippie. Congrats to all that participated!

from USA Cycling...

"The evening at SolVista provided plenty of entertainment, crowning the 4-cross pro and category one men’s and women’s national title winners. It was no surprise that it came down to Kintner and 2008 World Champion Melissa Buhl (Chandler, Ariz./KHS) in the women’s pro 4-cross race. It was however an exciting surprise to see up-and-comer Ropelato take the win over a stacked pro men’s field, including silver medalist, veteran Rich Houseman (Temecula, Calif./Intense)."

Pro Men’s 4-Cross
1. Mitch Ropelato (Ogden, Utah/Café Rio-Canfield Bros)
2. Rich Houseman (Temecula, Calif./Intense)
3. Brian Buell (Boulder, Colo./Team Geronimo)

Pro Women’s 4-Cross
1. Jill Kintner (Seattle, Wash./Intense)
2. Melissa Buhl (Chandler, Ariz./KHS)
3. Kathy Pruitt (Santa Cruz, Calif./Jamis)

Wednesday, July 15, 2009

IRON HORSE BICYCLES Purchased by Dorel!

courtesy of BicycleRetailer.com


CENTRAL ISLIP, NY (BRAIN)—Dorel Industries purchased Iron Horse Bicycle Company for $5.2 million in an auction Monday in federal bankruptcy court. The deal is scheduled to close on Wednesday.

Dorel owns Pacific Cycle, along with Cannondale, GT, Mongoose and Schwinn brands.

Four other companies—Kent International, Care Bicycles, Dick's Sporting Goods and Outdoor Cycle Group, a company owned by the son of Iron Horse president Cliff Weidberg—also submitted bids for Iron Horse.

Taking place in a small room of over 30 lawyers, company executives and Department of Justice officials, the bidding process was heated but decorous. The respective parties place over 90 bids by the end of the six-hour process. The dramatic highlight came after Kent and Care withdrew from the auction, and Outdoor Cycle formed a bidding coalition with Care in an attempt to muscle out deep-pocketed Dorel.

Both Weidberg and his son, Randall Scott, were present for the auction. Though all parties maintained their civility throughout the process, the mood in the room became strained as Weidberg, counsel Andrew Thaler, and a coterie of accountants were forced to leave the auction room numerous times to discuss whether each offer was actually of greater value than the last. Because of the variety of notes, bullet notes and interest arrangements that could accompany each bid, the group was forced to recess to establish a valuation for more complex bids, so that other bidders could up the ante accordingly.

Bidding opened at $2.775 million in cash and increased in increments of $25,000. Though Outdoor Cycle's one-time pre-auction bid of $5.2-plus million in cash, notes and revenue-sharing would likely have been the most lucrative for the estate over time, Judge Alan Trust ruled yesterday afternoon that Pacific's all-cash offer of $5 million plus a $220,000 one-year note was best for the involved parties.

The sale includes existing Iron Horse inventory, as well as any trademarks and patents owned by the company. According to the purchase agreement, Dorel will also pay CIT Group, Iron Horse’s secured lender, $220,000 on the first anniversary of the closing date of the sale. CIT Group will pay a carve-out of at least $150,000 to the Iron Horse’s unsecured creditors.

Iron Horse was forced into bankruptcy in March by three Asian suppliers who were due more than $5 million in back debt. The company owes another $17 million to dozens of other unsecured creditors, as well as about $4 million to CIT Group.

The bankruptcy sparked a blame game between former principals of the company with president Cliff Weidberg filing a civil lawsuit against former longtime vice president Stewart Barnett and former chief financial officer Nick Aversano accusing the two of falsifying financial statements to inflate the value of the failing company. Suspension designer Dave Weagle is also pursuing litigation against Iron Horse for back debt; that suit will now fall to Dorel for resolution.

According to Doug Pick, counsel for Outdoor Cycle and Randall Scott, the online retailer may strike an agreement with Dorel's Pacific Cycle to purchase the remaining bicycles in inventory at Randall Scott's Colorado warehouse, so that they can continue selling them online. “Outdoor [Cycle] has a lot of respect for Pacific's ability and talent,” Pick said, “and we hope to have a long term relationship with them.” Those talks will be initiated at the end of the week, once the sale is finalized on Wednesday, July 15.

—Nicole Formosa, Chris Dannen


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Monday, July 13, 2009

Palmer, Intense for Life!

Press Release
July 13, 2009, Temecula, CA -- Legendary rider, Shaun Palmer makes his return to mountain biking the same way he made his debut:  on an Intense Cycles downhill bike.  Palmer and Intense first made history together in 1995 when the rookie rider rode the flagship Intense M1 to a series of surprise victories, launching both Palmer and Intense into the forefront of the sport.   

Nearly fifteen years later, both Palmer and Intense remain household names in mountain biking.  And with Palmer's return to downhilling, Intense Cycles President, designer and founder, Jeff Steber looks forward to collaborating with the rider who helped refine the M1 and redefine the sport.  

"Something that not many people know about Shaun is that he is really technically savvy," says Steber. "He understands what works and can give specific feedback on how to improve the bike's performance. He is a great R&D guy and I'm really excited about working w/ him again." 

A great R&D guy and not a bad racer, either.  After a decades absence from the sport, Palm finished 2nd last weekend at the California Golden State Championships in Fontana.  He is planning to use mountain bike racing as training for his attempt later this year at a spot on the US Olympic bordercross team. 

"I have always done better in my sports when I stayed involved in two or three at a time.  The worst thing for me is for my bad brains to sit around idle.  I have to stay busy and the panic of racing downhill will keep me sharp and help me to achieve my olympic dreams", says Palmer. " Of course, I miss being at the races and I miss the fans but mostly I miss hanging out with my friends, especially Peaty."   

Palmer could have had any bike but he says he chose Intense because of his relationship with the brand and Steber's ability to build anything Palmer wants in a bike, anytime.  "Plus, I'm 40 now and I want to be involved with a brand that will allow me to use my design abilities now and in the long run." Palmer says. 

Wednesday, July 1, 2009

Bikes FLY FREE on JETBLUE during JULY!

thanks to our roadie brethren, we'll be able to watch the TdF on JetBlue PLUS we get the advantage of having our bikes fly free! Thanks Jet Blue!

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Cycling Fans Stay Up-to-Speed on JetBlue Airways with Access to Live 2009 Tour de France Coverage on VERSUS

TV channel offered for sixth straight year through DIRECTV(R) programming -
Bike fees waived for the month of July in celebration of the annual bike race -
NEW YORK — This July, cycling fans traveling on JetBlue Airways (NASDAQ:JBLU) will stay up-to-speed with the most talked about competition of the year as the airline gears up to offer a dedicated channel to VERSUS, the exclusive television home of the Tour de France in the U.S., for the sixth straight year. Beginning Saturday, July 4, at 9:30 a.m. ET, VERSUS’ coverage of the grueling, 23-day contest will be available on channel 37 of JetBlue’s personal seatback televisions, in addition to its signature lineup of 36 channels of live DIRECTV(R) programming. To celebrate the race, JetBlue is also waiving its $50 bike fee (a) for customers traveling from July 1 to July 31, 2009.

“We continue to find ways to make the trip on JetBlue as enjoyable as the destination for our customers, and that means giving them more than the other guys — whether it’s a free checked bike to celebrate the race, more legroom, more free snacks and drinks, better customer service or more access to the most-talked about sporting events of the season,” said Sam Kline, senior analyst of Product Development for JetBlue Airways. “A lot can happen in the world of cycling on a six-hour long haul flight, but thanks to our live satellite TV programming and our dedicated channel for VERSUS this July, our customers won’t miss a minute of the action.”


“Once again VERSUS will air wall-to-wall and in-depth coverage of the Tour de France in July both super-serving hardcore cycling fans and big event viewers. We’re proud to partner with JetBlue for the sixth straight year so that sports fans can have access to one of the greatest competitions in all of sports even when they’re in the air,” said Marc Fein, Executive Vice President of Programming, Production and Business Operations for VERSUS.

In addition to its home town of New York City, JetBlue jets to some of the biggest cycling cities in the country, including: Austin, Texas; Chicago, Ill.; Denver, Colo.; Portland, Ore.; Richmond, Va.; Rochester, N.Y.; San Diego, Calif.; San Francisco, Calif.; and Seattle, Wash..

Friday, June 19, 2009

Pro Gravity Tour UPDATE: Register for 2010 UCI MTB Inscription NOW!

Just days left until the UCI Inscription period ends for 2010!

The 2009 season has kicked-off to a great start for the Pro Gravity Tour (Pro GRT). However WE STILL NEED YOUR HELP! One of our main goals is to raise the bar of American riders at the World Cup level. However, without events offering UCI points, riders are limited on possibilities to participate at the World Cups. Many of you have seen increases in your rider numbers, which is fantastic news (especially considering the economic news these days!). The strong support of organizers and sponsors have made this possible, along with a renewed interest in the sport of mountain bike racing. With this continued growth of support & attendance, American racing is back on the rise!

If you’re interested in offering UCI points at your MTB race next season, you MUST to register before the deadline listed below!

Why should I be concerned?
Although there are many criteria to be part of the 2010 Pro GRT, hosting a UCI inscripted event puts you a step ahead! With the 2010 World Cup schedule officially announced (calendar listed below), and with Windham, New York hosting the finals, we’ll be making a big push to attract international riders next season. These riders, along with their teams, & sponsors will benefit your event tremendously with the added media exposure, spectators, race entries & much more!

Attached is additional information for those of you who are new to UCI inscription (or need a refresher), please read over the information and links included in this email.

The UCI deadline for 2010 inscription is July 3, 2009 (as indicated on the event information forms). The inscriptions are submitted to UCI through the National Federations, so the completed forms need to be submitted to USA Cycling by Monday, June 22, 2009.

Please review the UCI information attached, along with the links to the various publications. Please feel free to contact Kelli Lusk (USA Cycling) or myself should you have any questions.

UCI Mountain Bike Event Organizers Handbook
UCI General Financial Obligations/International Calendar
UCI Mountain Bike Calendar Fees (all in Euros)
UCI 2009 Financial Obligations (currency conversions)


2010 UCI World Cup Gravity Schedule

4X/XC May 1-2 Houffalize (BEL)
DH/4X May 15-16 Maribor (SLO)
DH/4X June 05-06 Fort William (GBR)
DH/4X June 19-20 Schladming (AUT)
DH/XC July 24-25 Champéry (SUI)
DH/4X/XC July 31 - August 1 Val di Sole (ITA)
DH/4X/XC August 28-29 Windham, NEW YORK (USA)

National Championships July 17-18 Sol Vista, Colorado (USA)
WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS August 31 - September 5 Mt-Ste-Anne (CAN)


CONTACT

Kelli Lusk, Mountain Bike Events and Program Director
USA Cycling, Inc.
719.434.4285
fax: 719.434.4385
klusk@usacycling.org


Dylan Dean
760.443.3344
Skype/IM: JDylanDean
jdd@dylan-dean.com

2010 World Cup Dates Announced! USA INCLUDED as FINALS!

The International Cycling Union’s (UCI) Management Committee, which is meeting in Lausanne, Switzerland, on June 18th and 19th, today approved the calendar for the 2010 UCI Mountain Bike World Cup.


The 2010 World Cup will include six rounds for each discipline and will take place at nine venues in eight countries.


Two new venues in 2010


Dalby Forest, in North Yorkshire, Great Britain, will open proceedings for the 2010 UCI Mountain Bike World Cup. This region in the north of England will host, for the first time, the cross country specialists in the world series.


After an absence of four years, the UCI Mountain Bike World Cup will make its big comeback in the United States in 2010. For the first time, the ski resort of Windham, in the state of New York, will host the world’s best cross country Olympic, downhill and 4-cross specialists for the final of the season. This will take place a few days before the World Championships in Mt-Ste-Anne (CAN).


The 20th edition of the Mountain Bike World Cup will also stop over in Houffalize (BEL), Maribor (SLO), Offenburg (GER), Fort William (GBR), Schladming (AUT), Champéry (SUI) and Val di Sole (ITA). This Italian resort is new to the World Cup calendar this year, but has already hosted the UCI Mountain Bike & Trials World Championships in 2008.


Gravity World Cup Calendar

XCO/4X World Cup Round 2/1 01-02.05.2010 Houffalize (BEL)

DHI/4X World Cup Round 1/2 15-16.05.2010 Maribor (SLO)

DHI/4X World Cup Round 2/3 05-06.06.2010 Fort William (GBR)

DHI/4X World Cup Round 3/4 19-20.06.2010 Schladming (AUT)

XCO/DHI/4X World Cup Round 5 31.07-01.08.2010 Val di Sole (ITA)

UCI XCO/DHI/4X World Cup Round 6 28-29.08.2010 Windham (USA)


Other Notable Events

XCO/DHI/4X National Championships 17-18.07.2010

XCO/DHI World Cup Round 4 24-25.07.2010 Champéry (SUI)

UCI XCO/DHI/4X WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS 31.08-05.09.2010 Mt-Ste-Anne (CAN)