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Eurofighter 2009

After a winter away from the Alps it was a welcome return to the land where huge silhouettes are painted against the skyline- it is so easy to forget how impressive the mountains are as you approach from Geneva. The heart rate really does rise in anticipation- this is ‘proper’ mountain bike territory. I usually […] – Get fit for next season!

As another summer draws to a close and the racing calendar begins to thin out again, it is a good time to look back on how things have gone this year – health, riding and results. However, it is also a good time to look forward and not only think about specific training, but if […]

Orange Strange – A linkage bike from the Halifax Stable

Once fervent stalwarts of the single pivot bike, Orange are broadening their outlook and there are now numerous multi pivot bikes cropping up under the Orange decal. This bike is a take on the Orange Blood frame, but larger and meatier; a Blood on steroids. I guess it should be called the Orange E.P.O then? […]

Sam Blenkinsop – Schladming Master

When “Blinky” crossed the finish line in Schladming last year, the win had not only been a long time coming for him, but also for New Zealand, never had one of his countrymen win at the highest level. Somehow I don’t think we will have to wait so long again! DW: Who is Sam Blenkinsop? […]

Trek Session 88- Believe The Hype?

Depending on your point of view, the Trek Session 88 is one of the most eagerly anticipated or over hyped bikes of 2009, regardless of which side of that fence you are sitting on it is doubtless one of the biggest bike releases of this year as one of the behemoths of the Worldwide cycle […]

Thomas Vanderham- Getting Evil

We always talk about racers turning up at “freeride” events and showing those huckers how it is done. What we forget is that some of those huckers could show us a thing or two on the racetrack, like Thomas Vanderham. As at home between the tapes as he is jumping of a cliff, the Canadian […]

Aaron Gwinn- MX Rules

Aaron Gwinn- MX Rules

It’s been a bit of dry spell for the US in terms of World Cup success, there’s been various reasons mooted to why this had happened. Whether it’s the long shadow cast by the successes of the iconic riders of the past and the weight of expectation to repeat those victories, maybe just the way […]

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