Wilson and Harrison will pilot these marble/ink effect 29ers.
You'd expect nothing less than such a beautiful finish from the Trek crew.
Cushcores ready to slip inside the Bontrager tires of Trek Factory Racing's duo.
A sneak peek of the jungle special from Scott on the bike of Dean Lucas.
Deanos Machineos will, of course, represent green and gold again.
Here's a preview of how Flo Payet will roll into 2019 Worlds.
Jacob Dickson, one of the extreme few Irishmen to represent at World Champs.
The leprechaun look for Jacob's Giant 29er.
Bottoms up at the Giant pit.
Guess who's ride?
No points for spotting Vali Holl's s new look, upon which she will defend her rainbow stripes.
Conor Fearon bringing some glitter to the Champs for 2019.
One beautiful Operator, almost ready for action.
Green and yellow have historically been dangerous at World Champs.
Daniel Paine working on Moir's ride.
Jungle vibes for the Aussie this year.
John Hall is back in business at the races and that can mean only one thing...
Tiger stripes for Aaron as well as Moir.
John Hall's signature Grizzly seal of approval.
TRP prototype caliper on Aaron's M29.
Hall doing his signature drilling on Gwin's TRP levers.
Sneak peaking at AG's new machine awaiting new HTs and nation-appropriate Fox graphics.
Neko Mullaly's fresh lumberjack inspired M29. Last year, Neko raffled off his World Champs bike for Can'd Aid which, among other things, helps build trails, get kids outside, and supply bikes to kids who can't afford them. After the success he had with it that time, he's decided to do it again. More details on that to come.
Fresh Syndicate paint for both Vergier and Shaw. No sign of Minnaar's bike yet.
With all the big-rigs land-locked over in Europe, rows of white tents from every nation are out under the Quebecois sun. Few bikes are fully built yet, but then it is still very early in the week. Stay tuned for more tech as the week goes on.