“Sam Hill is making the most of the UK’s trails right now, and hanging out with his fellow Team CRC/Nukeproof riders – here’s Joe Smith following Sam on the downhill track at Llangollen.”
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Rowdiness on two sides of the continent, first in WA for some local trail time with Sam and then onto QLD for the Cairns world cup. Glue your eyes to the screen because what follows is some of the most buck wild filthy downhill riding you will ever see.
Sam Hill is back along with his long time previous mechanic Jacy Shumilak. What will the pair be able to do in Pietermaritzburg. Is this another championship year?
Joe Smith returns along side as does new team member Mike Jones, who is suffering a broken hand. That’s enough chatter though, watch and see to how the first World Cup of the season played out.
How has Team CRC/Nukeproof rider Sam Hill been spending his off-season? The only way a champion knows how – getting back to 100% fitness, ready to shred for another year in pursuit of a top podium position.
Includes interviews and riding footage on Sam’s local trails in Perth, Australia. The perfect prelude to the upcoming race season. Nice filming from Leon too.
“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
Remi Thirion the man everyone suspected but no one wanted to back. Thirion has that all out speed, that on the edge look on a bike, that can mean one of two things when it comes to race runs and that is he will either crash in magnificent style or come away with one amazing win. Today it was the latter.
Whilst Steve Smith made early proclamations that he would be easily knocked from the hot seat, the assault took a long time to come. Perhaps it was the large break in racing due to a rather heavy crash from Cam Cole who had to be airlifted out or perhaps it was course deterioration. Rider after rider came increasingly close as the race entered the top ten and it looked as if it would be Sam Hills day, for many.
After seeding in fifth Remi Thirion took off out of the start gate and completed a run that was not only the fastest time on the clock but the most visually dominate of the day so far. Straight lining where possible, staying out of the ruts and generally slaying to ride into the hot seat. …View More