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Pinkbike interviews Martin Whitely

Pinkbike's Si Paton interviews Martin Whitely at Fort William

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 I love hearing about people getting paid, who are worried about new tracks. Have fun and hit some berms!!! You'll remember it in no time. On the note of "Track's not my style" If it's a GOOD DOWNHILL track, ya, they're in the wrong sport.

But, If there's a lot of pedaling required I believe that TRACK isn't suited for DOWNHILL Racing.


Tracks should be designed to be won by the person who can let go of their brakes, and carry the most speed, not who pedals more! Who has more balls and technique to SMASH BERMS?? More like Canadian open/Air DH--Crankworx tracks.
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 Very well said. A lot of his points were things I suspected, but wasn't really sure about. This makes a lot of sense, and I must say was very well thought out and credibly explained. Thanks for the share!
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 One of the most honest and informative interviews I've ever seen, cheers.
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 The reason why Gwin is so calm is because he gives all his worries to God.
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 Great insight. Thanks Si!
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