Let’s talk about the upcoming UCI DH World Cup, season 2018.
Downhill is the formula 1 of mountain biking, and it’s always exciting to start a new season.
Who moved from one team to another? Which tracks are going to be key to win points?
I can’t wait to get back on my bike, but also to watch the boys battle on the trails. Of course, Vallnord will always be the best, but you know why.
Leysin Downhill World Cup 2000 was a great memory since I won.
It was a sketchy ride in the wet, and the track was long and technical.
Looking back at those old videos is always a lot of fun. I hope you enjoy watching it as much as I do.
This week-end, we will assist to the UCI Downhill World Championship 2017. This day is particular because it’s just one day, one race, one run. You race for your country and if you take the win, you’ll wear the rainbow jersey all the next season! Let’s catch up on sunday to see who’s gonna win this gold medal!
Last day in Val di Sole with my friends from Andorra. We tried the via ferrata here in Italy and it was a lot of fun, scary sometimes but it was an awesome experience! We finished the day by watching the Cross Country race and Nino (Schurter) killed it right from the start, as usual!
Val di Sole is always crazy and I don’t have a super good history with this race! This time, Greg Minnaar didn’t have luck on this track, from his bike who broke during the qualifying run to his final run with no rear tire! Congrats to Aaron Gwinner who won the WC overall and this Val di sole stage!
Aaron Gwin wrote a new page in the mountain bike history book. His run was crazy at the 2017 Downhill World Cup Mont Saint Anne.
In 20 years of professional racing mtb, I’ve never seen anything like it. Winning in wet conditions, while others went done on the dry is near impossible. Aaron Gwin proved it’s never over until it’s over.
In this video, I comment Gwin’s magical run of Downhill World Cup 2017 at Mont Saint Anne.
Coffee is great but a morning juice gives an amazing extra kick to keep energy throughout the whole day ! This is my natural drug, I am addicted since I’m not getting sick anymore: PROPER SICK ISN’T IT ?!
Ever wondered what the behind the scenes of a World Cup looks like ? I went to the Santa Cruz Syndicate’s pit to ask a few questions to the mechanics and to Steve Peat.
The race was so exciting ! I FU%KING love racing !