Jeremy is no stranger to the Kamikaze DH. He took home the win with a 13:56.33.
Pretty cool to see these out here riding the Kamikaze DH.
Feel the Rhythm, Feel the Rhyme, Get on up, It's Bobsled time...COOL RUNNINGS
Some of the riders were showing their patriotism during the Kamikaze DH race.
Would you ride tandem down the fastest downhill course in the world?
Don't judge a book by its cover.
Let me tell you, Eric was pretty quick on his Fatbike.
Joe Lawwill giving his fellow legends a run for their money.
Australian and racing legend Scott Sharples laying it down today.
It's always good to see Rich Houseman on the bike.
World Champion Dave Cullinan on his way to a third place finish.
The wind was a factor. Gaining speed was going to be difficult.
It was great to see Myles Rockwell competing again. Myles has had three first-place wins at the Kamikaze DH
Brian Lopes was on the gas. He knew that it was going to be a tight race.
Leigh Donovan is no stranger to speed.
Kamikaze Pro DH racers. 1st Tim Langdon, 2nd Jonathan Widen, 3rd Thomas McCoy, 4th Kieth Morelan.
World Champion Leigh Donovan was fast out there today and taking home another win. 1st Leigh Donovan, 2nd Penny Lundergren, 3rd Cindy Buccowich.
It was a close race between Myles Rockwell and Brian Lopes today. Lopes barely took the overall with a 9:12.09, and Myles finished with a 9:13.77. 1st Brian Lopes, 2nd Myles Rockwell, 3rd Dave Cullinan, 4th Todd Snider, 5th Joe Lawwill.
Your 2014 Kamikaze Legends winners.
Colin Bailey staying incognito up here at the Kamikaze Games.