Tegan Molloy

Kona Gravity Rider Tegan Molloy Wins Australian National Series Downhill at Thredbo

Tegan Molloy is fresh off the top step of the podium at the second round of the Australian National Downhill Series at Thredbo.

Getting to Know Kona Gravity Racer Tegan Molloy

In just eight short years, Kona Gravity rider Tegan Molloy has grown from a 12-year-old hitting small club downhill races in her hometown of Jindabyne, New South Wales, Austraila, to one of the fastest women in the sport, attacking some of the steepest, technical and most

Connor Fearon ends Crankworx 2016 with a top ten in the Canadian Open Downhill

Connor Fearon’s 2016 Crankworx started over a week ago as he dropped into his first practice run for the Enduro World Series inside the Whistler Bike Park. That 70km of racing kicked off a massive week for Connor, on top of the EWS, his week also

Tegan Molloy and Connor Fearon hit A-Line for the Fox Air DH at Crankworx

We are half way though Crankworx 2016 now and the midway point was marked yesterday by the Fox Air DH on A-Line. If you have been living under a rock for the past 12 or so years, A-Line is Whistler’s seminal trail, whip-able tabletops line the

Connor and Tegan walk the track at Round Six of the UCI DH series in Mont St Anne

In what feels like the most stretched out DH season ever, Kona Gravity riders Tegan Molloy and Connor Fearon yesterday made the short trip from their base for the last month in Bromont to the infamous Mont St. Anne world cup track… And then went for a

Kona Gravity rider Tegan Molloy shreds Bromont

Quebec based filmer Vincent Girard spent some time with Tegan Molloy between World Cup rounds recently and quietly worked away on this very cool little movie of her railing the trails in his backyard on her 27.5 Operator. 

Connor Fearon places fifth at Round five of the UCI DH World Cup in Lenzerheide

In what’s been a crazy World Cup DH season, one thing has remained consistent, Kona Gravity team rider Connor Fearon’s results. Connor’s top ten placings each round have been awesome to watch and the single digit number plate on his Supreme Operator this round showed us

Connor Fearon and Tegan Molloy qualify at Lenzerheide

With the Lenzerheide finals kicking off tomorrow in Switzerland, this morning’s qualifing went swimmingly for Kona Gravity Riders Connor Fearon and Tegan Molloy, both riders are feeling positive about their runs and excited for what tomorrow will bring. Connor kept his consistent season rolling along, matching

Connor and Tegan walk and ride the World Cup track in Lenzerheide

Round five of the World Cup is upon us, and I think for most DH fans it couldn’t come sooner, these month long breaks between races definitely have us all on edge. I’ve been damn anxious waiting for the next round and praying that no in-between

Connor Fearon and Tegan Molloy fly the Kona flag in Leogang

Leogang bought Connor Fearon his best World Cup elite result last year. It was a little bitter sweet though, he was looking set to take his first win when a chainless Aaron Gwin swept in and relegated him to second. Redemption was on his mind but he

The Kona Gravity Team leave Fort William a little worse for wear

The Fort William World Cup track is NOT easy. It’s long, and it demands more physically from the rider than any other track on the circuit. It’s rugged and technical, the changing alpine weather conditions just add a whole other level of variables that lie outside of

Kona’s Gravity Team Joins the Fort William Mega Train to Honor Stevie Smith

After what seems like an eternity since round two in Cairns, the World Cup DH break is finally over and we now get to see our heroes hit the legendary (and long) Fort William track. Well, not all our heroes, Canadian rider Stevie Smith passed