A pro dual gate on the sixth floor opened up into a 50 meter straight, followed by a tight right onto a down ramp.
Fox had a huge part in making this event happen, big brand presence as well as handing out lots of freebies. Here Alex Metcalf (third place) sends a set of stairs.
Hopefully this sums up the essence of how lonely qualifying is, one man vs the clock. Level five (The drag floor)
Dirt/Norco's Stanny showed up and looked comfortable, unfortunately he wasn't quick enough to qualify which was the case for a lot of big named riders.
Down for maintenance. A ten-minute break ensued after qualifying to allow the riders to catch their breath.
Harry Heath made it through to the round of 16, but unfortunately it was a poor show for the downhill boys, not one in the top five.
Scott Beaumont getting the snap out of the dual gate. Placed against Lewis Lacey in the quarter's saw Scott off.
Lewis Lacey on his way to take the win and the big old cheque for $1000. By this point he had left Nathan Parsons far behind.
Winner, winner, chicken dinner as Lewis Lacey takes home $1000 during Evans Cycle's Urban Dual at NCP Multstory Car Park, Cardiff. Men's Podium (L-R) Alex Metcalf (third), Lewis Lacey (first) and Nate Parsons (second)