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Adelaide was a return to an old yet friendly rivalry between Connor Fearon and Troy Brosnan. In the end Fearon came out the victor there but with both riders showing form it was with anticipation, that the Buller National round began.
Friday’s at national downhill races are chilled. Most people still have work(surprisingly), so those racers that are there walk the track, check lines, engage in a few chilled practice runs with mates or just plain old hang out in their tents. This goes even doubly so now that seeding has been eliminated from saturday afternoon.
Unfortunately the only other note to make on friday practice was the disastrous crash resulting in the broken femur of Kye Hore. After a airlift to a Melbourne hospital he is already up and slowly walking again. Healing vibes from the community go out to him. …View More
The Connor Fearon edits are flowing in like water lately and damn they’re good. So here is another edit of the new Kona Operator Carbon freshly minted on the World Cup circuit.
Travelling is one of the biggest aspect of being a professionnal mountain bike rider. With all the travel, athletes are fortunates enough to attend the Whistler Crankworx for some quality time, a world cup break as well as races between friends far away from the world cup stress. Watch Kona’s Connor Fearon as he takes a break from travelling the world to go to Whistler for some fun time with his friend and fun races after his race at Mont Sainte-Anne.
“Dumbed down”, that’s what the riders say. For a track that is renown as ‘the mans track’, it’s a little bit of a let down for some, for others its a chance to shine though. Mist and sodden surfaces greeted riders today and TBS was there to capture it all. Who looks fast and whos taking chances, check the pic’s after the jump …View More
We were able to get a hold of a pair of Chunked “Flat-Outs” and after discovering Connor Fearon had been on them for almost a year we thought we should hand over reviewing responsibilities to him. So here it goes:
“I first saw The Chunked Flat-out pedals bolted onto Ben Power’s bike in early 2012. I mentioned I liked the look of them and the word got to Simon the owner of Chunked and he was happy to send me a set to use.
When it comes to bike setup I’m not fussy and can easily adapt to changes, although when it comes to pedals I can be really particular and the flat out’s ticked all the boxes. …View More
The dead will rise… for this berm smashing, whip induced edit featuring Connor Fearon tearing down a trail in what looks to be Bromont. It’s also refreshing to see a vid without some metal for the backing track.