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- Velozine reports on our new 2015 Road and MTB models. In Dutch, but hey, Google Translate in a pinch. http://t.co/sx1PlV8XMo about 1 hour ago from Facebook ReplyRetweetFavorite
- Some serious Wo action way down at the bottom of the world. http://t.co/fV44DBzlNT about 1 hour ago from Facebook ReplyRetweetFavorite
- Top of the World during out post Eurobike Press Launch. http://t.co/I3m2KJrV1y about 10 hours ago from Facebook ReplyRetweetFavorite
- Where did you ride this weekend? http://t.co/QpBXW7hB2W 01:33:13 AM August 31, 2014 from Facebook ReplyRetweetFavorite
- Maxxis' Rubber Side Down from Meribel with Connor Fearon http://t.co/qNECOAo8Pp via @jetpack 07:51:03 AM August 30, 2014 from Twitter for Websites ReplyRetweetFavorite
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Our daylight hours are favourable to be heading out and enjoying the last of the sun’s rays here at Mawson. It was a refreshing -25°C and light winds from the South East when James and I headed out mountain biking to Welch Island for a few hours. Welch Island rises 130 metres and around six kilometres from Mawson station over the sea ice (which is currently over one metre thick). It is a prominent hill that is often talked about around a meal. Read more
Click the image to see how Jason Hall uses technology to organize massive group rides in Detroit. To find out more about the ride, click here
The night before the race I opted for a solo camping mission along one of Squamish’s fireroads. Hiking 2 minutes into the woods finding a stellar campsite pitched on a 20 ft cliff overlooking a small river down below. With a mossy forest flooring, the sound of rushing water and some fresh air this made for a great nights rest. The next morning I woke up and hiked down to the river for a chilly dip. This was is better than any cup of caffeine and immediately shook all the cob webs out of the system. When I got out of the water I looked up to see a race official on the other side of the river setting up the start finish arch. This was great to find out camp was just 300 ft from the startline and made for easy preps. It was just a short wade across the river to the race start and I could easily return to camp for last minute preps. more at www.corywallace.com
Team mechanic Mathieu Dupelle reports: Today was the world cup final downhill race. Connor got 13th in the senior elite and ended up 20th overall in the rankings after crashes and sickness caused him to miss a race earlier in the season. We are very proud of Connor.
Andrew Crimmins got 13th today in the junior men’s category, which was great considering his injuries causied some weakness in his knee.
Teagan Molloy got 3rd place in junior women’s and brought back the overall win which got a Kona Operator on the wold cup podium.
I’m am very proud of all these riders/friends for all their hard work this season.
Now the next stop for the gang is in Norway for world champs.