The Kona Gravity World Cup Team is coming off another weekend of impressive riding, great results and not surprisingly, a little adversity. This is, after all World Cup DH racing. Anything goes. With the weather wreaking havoc on one of the circuit’s more iconic courses, Connor Fearon, Andrew Crimmins and Tegan Molloy laid it all on the line. Spencer Paxson of Kona’s Endurance team was also on hand to race the World Cup XC. To give you a snippet of what went down in the rock, root and mud strewn tracks of southern Quebec, we dive behind the lens of Duncan Philpott.
Course walk with Crimmins and Fearon.
Crimmins railing his brand new Operator 27.5.
Fearon styling out the final box jump on his way to a 5th in qualifications.
The Kona booth was a hive of activity during the weekend, equipped even with tasty local beer.
Tegan Molloy continues to impress in her first year riding in Elite Women’s. She finished a solid 15th.
Crimmins lost the #1 overall plate this weekend, but he’s only a few points back in 2nd.
Fearon with speed. Even though he’s failed to podium since placing 2nd in Leogang, all eyes are on the up and coming star.
Crimmins continues to have an incredible year, finishing 2nd in Junior Men’s.
Paxson would place a respectable 53rd. It’s savage out there.
Dropping the burl on Kona’s all new 2016 Hei Hei DL Race.
Kona Endurance athlete Spencer Paxson battling it out in the World Cup XC.