Pit Stop: Lenzerheide DH World Cup 2016

Jul 6, 2016
by Dave Trumpore  
Mike Jone s Nukeproof getting a once over
Mike Jone's Nukeproof getting a once over

Second to suspension rebuilds brake bleeds were a top priority for most riders today.
Second to suspension rebuilds, brake bleeds were a top priority for most riders today.

Rachel Atherton is sporting a fresh new orange Fox 40.
Rachel Atherton is sporting a fresh new orange Fox 40.

John Hall pressing in some fresh bearings for Aaron Gwinn.
John Hall pressing in some fresh bearings for Aaron Gwin.

Remi Thirion s race weapon.
Remi Thirion's race weapon.

Some fresh new shoes for Specialized XC racer Jaroslav Kulhavy.
Some fresh new shoes for Specialized XC racer, Jaroslav Kulhavy.

SRAM Eagle is everywhere and a favorite amongst the XC crowd.
SRAM Eagle is everywhere, and a favorite amongst the XC crowd.

Loris Vergier will no longer be on a stealth black Demo.
Loris Vergier will no longer be on a stealth black Demo.

Loris Vergier s new Demo.
Vergier has been moving up the ranks lately - can he best his 2nd place finish in Leogang this weekend?

Full tear down for Finn Iles.
Full tear down for Finn Iles.

Finn was proud of himself for stripping all the parts off his bike with no help. We doubt he d have the same luck getting it back together though.
Finn was proud of himself for stripping all the parts off his bike with no help. We doubt he'd have the same luck getting it back together though.

 Longlivechainsaw
#Longlivechainsaw

Connor Fearon has some extra long custom pins in his HT flat pedals.
Connor Fearon has some extra long custom pins in his HT flat pedals.

Gold bling Ti-Springs for the Intense boys.
Gold bling Ti-Springs for the Intense boys.

New Ergon DH grips on Tahnee Seagraves bike.
New Ergon DH grips on Tahnee Seagrave's bike.

Troy Brosnan has another wild custom bike foe the race this weekend.
Troy Brosnan has another wild custom bike for the race this weekend.

We re not sure quite what to call this one.
We're not sure quite what to call this one.

But it looks rad.
But it looks rad.

Troy s Jersey is done up to match.
Troy's jersey is done up to match.

Evan Warner putting fresh decals on Troy s fork.
Evan Warner putting fresh decals on Troy's fork.

Danny Hart d Mondraker Summum.
Danny Hart's Mondraker Summum.

Danny Harts Mondraker Summum and Fox suspension.
With a podium finish at three out of the first four rounds this season Danny Hart will be another one to watch on Saturday.

After a few weeks off and the mud bath in Les Gets it seemed everyone was getting a fork rebuild today.
After a few weeks off and the mud bath in Les Gets, it seemed everyone was getting a fork rebuild today.

Rear shocks getting a fresh up too.
Rear shocks getting a freshen up too.

New seals and fresh lube for Lenzerheide.
New seals and fresh lube for Lenzerheide.

Fox was just as slammed in their pits.
Fox was just as slammed in their pits.

It s been a busy day for the suspension techs.
It's been a busy day for the suspension techs.

Every part you could ever need to keep the Fox riders suspension in top working order.
Every part you could ever need to keep the Fox riders' suspension in top working order.

Steve Peat has another custom build this weekend. Can you guess the theme
Steve Peat has another custom build this weekend. Can you guess the theme?

Here s another hint.
Here's another hint.

We will have a full bike photo tomorrow once the cow is fully built.
We will have a full bike photo tomorrow once the cow is fully built.

A little extra grip for Marcelo Gutierrez. While this was needed in the mud of Les Gets we assume it will be removed for more tame track in Lenzerheide.
A little extra grip for Marcelo Gutierrez. While this was needed in the mud of Les Gets, we assume it will be removed for the tamer track in Lenzerheide.

Gee Atherton s Trek Session.
Gee Atherton's Trek Session.

Gee will we running the Fox airsick for the first time in WC action this year.
Gee will be running the Fox Float X2 for the first time in WC action this year.

Out with the old and in with the new for Andrew Nettling and his custom 2FO shoes.
Out with the old and in with the new for Andrew Neethling and his custom 2FO shoes.

Sam Blenkinsop showing off some fresh paint and the new Norco team colours.
Sam Blenkinsop showing off some fresh paint and the new Norco team colours.

Truvativ just brought out a choice new Chainsaw edition Descendant bar.
Truvativ just brought out a choice new Chainsaw edition Descendant bar.



185 Comments

  • + 159
 Holy Cow, Peaty's bike is gonna be sick!
  • + 103
 He will really be mooving on track with that thing!
  • + 146
 Udderly ridiulous
  • - 33
flag BGillespie (Jul 6, 2016 at 13:30) (Below Threshold)
 Utterly smooth.
  • + 77
 @BGillespie: lets not milk these cow puns to much
  • + 3
 Really milking this joke
  • + 55
 My bet is that Peaty is gonna cream the track, and ride buttery smooth!
  • + 110
 If this joke goes for too long it will become cheesy!
  • + 94
 I wonder how much that v10 would whey?
  • + 36
 Whoever did that paint job deserves a pat on the back
  • - 12
flag whatyousaid (Jul 6, 2016 at 13:55) (Below Threshold)
 very rare bike, but at the same time well done!
  • + 35
 It's 100%'s new offshoot bike brand: 2%.
  • + 22
 Wonder if they will auction it off after the race? Would be worth a lot of cheddar!
  • + 21
 "I'll be riding until the cows come home...." -Steve Peat
  • + 5
 Tip'r on over, Peaty!
  • + 32
 The steaks are getting high!
  • - 21
flag Slash9 (Jul 6, 2016 at 14:26) (Below Threshold)
 Simply mOOvellous...hoofing around the tracks like a bat out of bell....He should give himself a pat on the back for coming up with this colour way.
  • + 43
 think I've herd enough of these!
  • + 18
 These puns are spotty at best. Making my stomach churn.
  • - 12
flag timmytuckshop (Jul 6, 2016 at 14:30) (Below Threshold)
 Enough! All of this is udderly ridiculous and in no way amooosing.
  • + 8
 Dairy Nice!
  • + 12
 What's your beef with this thread!
  • + 5
 Gonna Peaty next season. Personally I think it's too early to put him out to grass!
  • - 2
 Yeah, the cow puns are probably running dry. But seriously, I hope Peaty has a solid race run and hopefully doesn't buy the farm while doing so.
  • + 21
 That sled's the veal deal!
  • - 10
flag acrossthec (Jul 6, 2016 at 14:51) (Below Threshold)
 Peaty will be looking great on that thing - no homo
  • - 4
flag Earthmotherfu (Jul 6, 2016 at 14:55) (Below Threshold)
 @CRAFTY-P: this is all bullshit.load of feckin bullocks.
  • + 12
 I decided just to skim over these.
  • + 3
 Might be a good time to put a fork in the puns before there's unnecessary beef. Steaks are getting too high.
  • - 10
flag DragontalesDH (Jul 6, 2016 at 15:24) (Below Threshold)
 What is peatys favorite type of beer?

Milk stout
  • + 7
 Hope those rims hold up, otherwise he'll be hoofin' it all the way down.
  • + 0
 @snl1200: Sorry, it's just not cool to rePeat previous puns.
  • + 14
 His calves are gonna be working to keep up with that bike
  • - 6
flag fecalmaster (Jul 6, 2016 at 15:34) (Below Threshold)
 Brosnan has the most far freakin out man paint job of the season.
  • - 5
flag richierocket (Jul 6, 2016 at 16:41) (Below Threshold)
 All these bikes are sick!
  • - 2
 Is that a bike or a jersey?
  • + 6
 like mad cow sick?
  • - 2
 I think your point is mooooo-t
  • - 2
 I bet that Peaty's calves are gonna be slaughtered for about a yearling...
  • + 5
 @fecalmaster: The only place that paint job would look better would be on a Chevy G20 Van, blasting a little Fu Manchu out the speakers. A lot nicer than all the pink and sky-blue bikes that every hipster seems to be loving.
  • + 0
 That bike looks ready to lean into some corners on.
  • - 2
 ^ jeezus Krist man
  • - 2
 He is going to Skim over those rock gardens...
  • - 2
 @el-nombre: Tony Baumann is his name. check out is Instagram.
  • + 3
 Cud you guys just stop? I've herd enough!
  • + 2
 @Triber66: Agreed. I hadn't refreshed the page for awhile. My apologies. However, "rePeat" isn't solid pun footing to judge from.
  • + 2
 Steve better have a matching Jersey.
  • + 2
 That paint job is bovine! Er, I mean divine.
  • + 3
 Hope he doesn't catch his dairy-ialleur in any of those rock gardens!
  • + 1
 I heard Peat had been put out to pasture but...
  • + 1
 Do the riders get to keep these custom painted frames or not?
Can they take it home or is it the brand's property?
  • + 0
 Peaty's round rims look like a large cow pi.
  • + 1
 That bike will eat that track, hopefully not the grass beside it.
  • + 71
 Troy; Ken Block called, he wants his bike and livery back.
  • + 9
 I knew I have seen that somewhere!
  • + 3
 are those dinosaurs on his jersey? would be cool but i guess theyre dogs
  • + 9
 Tony painted the Starmac and the Supernovenge before he painted Ken Block's Demo.
  • + 20
 troys > kens
  • + 46
 So do these guys wait until the start of the race weekend to do a full rebuild on the bikes or are the bikes getting constantly rebuilt?
  • + 8
 I'm wondering the same thing.
  • - 25
flag onemind123 (Jul 6, 2016 at 14:18) (Below Threshold)
 Totally agree - any other professional race series has the sh!t sorted before rolling into a race weekend. This appears a bit amateur. Hell if someone for our ride group shows up w a bike needing repairs before riding we heckle them!
  • + 22
 @onemind123: well its only wednesday so most these pics are from yesterday i'm guessing. so basically they have a week to get bikes built and sus rebuilt. Its not like they are showing up right 20 min before the race getting forks rebuilt.
  • + 12
 Suspension definitely works better after a fresh rebuild, so unless they can have a couple spare forks just hanging out, right before the race seems like the way to do it. Plus, Rockshox and Fox don't have factory teams, so this way all the guys get factory support
  • + 6
 @swamper1: So do the suspension techs do all that work for free, and if so is it only for the sponsored riders? If you were a privateer and snuck your gear in the line without getting caught that would be pretty sweet. I guess a suspension sponsorship = perfectly rebuilt forks & shocks every ride.
  • + 4
 @b26-4-Life: yeah my take on it is that away from the races the pros dint have that constant availability of the factory mechanics. They have their own mechanics and their own skills to rely on. At the races the factory mechanics are there to provide full rebuilds/tuning etc etc . They may take away new set ups or new equipment to test inbetween rounds and then give feed back and decide with help from the factory mechanic what is best. That video from Jordi the other day was so informative in such a short vid that its obvious that the suspension mechanics have a large input into what setups the pros ride . ........just my take on things
  • - 1
 @nismo325: it just seems odd that you'd wait until the week that you're racing to change out bearings, for example, instead of doing it right after the last race. Specially when they have so few round and a month in between. I understand holding off on the suspension since you may be waiting on new goodies or dialing in settings specific for that track or whatever. But some of this stuff like brake bleeds, suspension bearings, bottom brackets, etc seem like it could be done right after the last race or anytime prior to the start of the race weekend.
  • + 6
 As you can imagine, after the previous race, the bikes were cleaned and put away. You travel to the next venue and things get taken apart and rebuilt as necessary. Routine to overhaul the bike, bleed the brakes, service the fork and shock before a World Cup event. As Nismo says, there is plenty of time before the race runs. They will be tweaking things as necessary. The suspension work can be done by the rider's mechanic or by the factory techs at the race. Obviously, it eases the work load on the mechanic if he can outsource the fork and shock to the manufacturer.
  • + 3
 @matadorCE: Well i know for race day they run hubs and stuff with super thin oil to make things roll faster but it kills internals so the have to be rebuilt/ changed more. Also i've heard these teams do brake bleeds constantly during the weekends. I'm sure lots of these bikes get shipped in pieces so they have to built at each race too but with the teams these guys have building a bike up is no worries.
  • + 1
 @slowrider73: Video link?
  • + 3
 Where can I find this video from Jordi?
  • + 1
 @matadorCE: They are getting their stuff rebuilt all the time, especially for races. I wouldn't be surprised if they replaced the bearings, rebled brakes, and rebuilt the suspension before the race either. They'll do anything they can to gain an extra second or two.
  • + 33
 I still can't believe Stevie Smith isn't with us, all seems like a bad dream. Puts life into perspective...
  • + 40
 Mark Wallace needs way more credit. Probably the closes rider to Steve and people don't probably understand what he is going though. Ride On Mark, he for me carries Steve's legacy.
  • + 29
 Danny's spring clearance......close!
  • + 29
 Eagle, a favorite among XC riders (who are paid to advertise it)
  • + 29
 Chainsaw bar... want.
  • + 5
 still sporting my stevie boobar!
  • + 5
 @funkzander: After his passing, I took his signature handlebar off my bike and hung it on my wall. Live long chainsaw...
  • + 16
 isnt it obvious? Troy is on mushrooms haha
  • + 15
 Finn - remove the pedal before the crank. Rookie mistake.
  • + 5
 Unless your changing the pedal or crank arm, whats the point?
  • + 4
 @slowrider73: True in many instances for you and me...except at this level they tear down to the most basic level just because. I tend to think the majority of mechanicals we see here come about as a result of all the monkeying they do. I mean how many broken chains do you see in repeated miles of everyday trail riding? Compare that to a single DH race.

Honestly, is there really benefit to bleeding brakes so often? I contend the mechanic is more likely to do unintended harm. If it ain't broke don't fix it?
  • + 7
 @tcmtnbikr: Brake bleeds at the consumer level aren't done often enough. Run it too long, and the fluid will fill with contaminants and moisture, especially those that are a DOT based system. This is a major reason so many experience issues with Avid/SRAMs; when boiled tiny air bubbles will become larger bubbles and float to the top, and boiling fluid reeks havoc on seals and hoses. This causes them to break down, and fill the system with debris. Hoses that are bad will expand when compressed and lack full pressure, and broken down seals will gum up the system. Many aren't willing to perform the in-depth service needed to clean out the system- even most shop mechanics. This is why many will recommend Shimano's over any DOT system because DOT fluid is so damaging to seals and hoses - and the time/labor and parts usually adds up to the cost of a new brake. Shimano still have issues if run long enough without service, but with a non-caustic fluid its a much slower process.
  • + 1
 @mtnbykr05: I agree. I try to bleed my brakes a few times a season and or when the feel becomes mushy or inconsistent. This usually happens with Shimano from water contamination. Because the mineral oil doesn't absorb water like a DOT fluid, issues arise more frequently however bleeding is a much simpler affair so it doesn't bother me. DOT fluid brakes can go much loner without performance issues, however shouldn't, for the reasons you cited.
  • + 1
 @tcmtnbikr: Yea it's nothing at all to do with the extreme riding conditions they're putting their bikes through. It's certainly not the fact they punish their bike more in one race weekend then your average punter does in a lifetime.

No none of that, it's just bad mechanics.
  • + 1
 @miff: I mean quite honestly why on earth wouldn't you? They always are best after a fresh bleed.
  • + 2
 @DARKSTAR63: I wasn't replying to you brosef
  • + 1
 @miff: Yeah sometimes I forget this does the auto @ business now, I was supporting your point though ! I have no idea why anyone would question pre-race bleeds.
  • + 11
 Troy Brosnan I feel is the Ken Doll of the WC hahah always got the freshest rides and the latest in fashion..... and has a beautiful girlfriend!
  • + 13
 bikes are cool
  • + 7
 I wouldve thought the teams would arrive with the bikes all set up and ready to go. Seems lime a d amount af work this week after a long gap
  • + 3
 Many of the racers (Finn Iles for example) brought their bikes with them to do some filming. Also they do them so soon before the race cause they have time, and they are fresher (I guess...).
  • + 1
 Most guys had their last race in les gets or rode on the slopes of PDS. It wouldn't make sense to service them earlier because that was a mudfest.
  • + 0
 You couldn't ride your way out of a paper bag.
  • + 8
 One small step for man, one giant leap for my pants. Space pants
  • + 6
 No jokes about the saddle? I'm the only one who thinks it's funny? I'm so alone in this world...
  • + 6
 Marcello's saddle sure looks...umm...stimulating...
  • + 2
 Steers with his ass? I don't get it, but the I'm not on the WC so what do I know.
  • + 1
 sam hill would do this so much that SDG turned it into a product, believe it's in its second or third generation now nothing new, in fact, quite old
  • + 3
 Having worked in bike shops for years I think I know a lot about how a bike works, how to do most maintenance, tear downs and builds. I forget that there's a world of fresh (and not so fresh) riders out there, some the best in the world, who have almost no idea how their bikes work.
  • + 3
 The only reason for eagle being everywhere is that there's lots of sponsored SRAM riders, no one needs a 50t, especially not pro riders. It's an advert, I bet the largest two cogs never get used.
  • + 6
 You don't "need" a 50t, but having it allows a larger front ring
  • - 6
flag turbohippy (Jul 7, 2016 at 0:09) (Below Threshold)
 But hardly anyone makes big chainrings, 38t is not big, I run 38 with a 11-23 cassette. A 50t on the front would make sense, 1:1 lowest gear and 5:1 top, that would be fast but overkill. Like I said no one needs eagle
  • + 3
 Ask the women... they did some close footages at a steep section of the world championship last weekend and the women used it even with 32T chainring - like the world champ Annika Langvad. The men's field is different they were running 36-38T already with the 11 speed so I don't think they have much use of the 50t cog and won't go up to 40-42T chainrings either...
  • - 5
flag turbohippy (Jul 7, 2016 at 1:23) (Below Threshold)
 I did watch a few videos to see if anyone used 1st, I'll have another look. I guess they do like to sit and spin. That's not how I ride, I like to stand and push a hard gear, bmx style. Which is why I have no interest in droppers either. And I do race xc sometimes before anyone says I don't ride enough, dh and enduro too. I like a good race
  • + 2
 @turbohippy: Check it out again - the women's race. Smile The world cup XC courses are kind of crazy I am not sure you would clear those steep rocky rooty climbs through a whole race by standing and pushing a hard gear. Even Kulhavy couldn't do it after lap 2 and he's not a guy who likes to spin he's pushing crazy high gears. Smile Having said that I wouln't be surprised if no one in men's field used the 50t cog especially the top riders.
  • + 4
 @bosnianrider: Well a couple of factors to consider. One @turbohippy nor anyone else on this website goes nearly as fast as the worlds best XC riders and the gears they use is not a good way to compare it. These are much lighter bikes with much lighter riders going at a higher rate of speed. Turbohippy are you a National champion or something? Most likely not so watch and learn do not confuse your opinion with your expertise. Go for a 5hr ride on a 30lbs bike in the alps and put on a 34t front ring and I bet you 100$ you will use your new friend the 50t rear cog or be walking as all the fat Frenchies pass you on Ebikes. The Eagle will soar move on.
  • - 2
 Eagle was not designed for pro riders, it's for rich old men to ride really slowly up any hill they come across. We don't all need bikes geared for the Alps and when I go there I take a 40lb dh rig with a 39t. Chair lifts are the way to get up hills
  • + 3
 It looks like Troy and Loris have the same rocker link, and Finn's is different. Which of those is custom?

The paint jobs on all those demos are great, but Troy's is amazing.
  • + 1
 Good Eye.
  • + 4
 I wonder if they are wrapping the carbon (dipping) as they do some awesome designs especially set on Cow Enve Rims ????????
  • + 4
 Painted by Alistair Mclean. Tag on instagram is @fatcreations
  • + 4
 Love the SRAM commercial, the Eagle cassette casually put in the middle of the downhill!!!!
  • + 3
 Brosnan's kit and bike is always on point, but man, Peaty's bike is going to be far out!
  • + 3
 Mike Jones should use 22in rims! Mike Jones!!!!
  • + 1
 If I rode DH Vergier's bike is the one I'd crave the most. the carbon frame looks amazing, topped off with a tidy colour scheme.
  • + 3
 What's with all the paint jobs? Don't these bikes last more than 1 race
  • + 0
 Wouldn't be surprised if they're the same frame wrapped in some way, google hydrographics
  • + 2
 Troy's bike and kit = space pants.

m.youtube.com/watch?v=MwpmqMnngRk

Just give it a minute...
  • + 2
 Can someone please tell me where I can get the long live chainsaw stickers?! SOS
  • + 3
 Loks like like f1 racing; cow painting looks sooo sic
  • - 2
 Not quite, there have been more than two people winning consistently... Also they are all on different machines, not just one bike is suited to each track. In F1: long straights, merc wins; twisty, red bull; a mixture, ferrari. In DH and bike can win on any track.
  • + 11
 @gcman47: congratulations on successfully defeating a comparison he didn't actually make.
  • + 4
 @thedeathstar: Rereading now... Fair point.
  • + 1
 @gcman47: I'm not sure what point he was even making. But I do know that cars have 4 wheel and bikes have 2 wheels. END OF COMPARISON.
  • + 0
 @gcman47: Or, you know, merc wins regardless...
  • + 3
 Labradors in space ...Troy is pure genuis Big Grin
  • + 2
 Chocolate Space Lab.
  • + 0
 Brosnans paint job looks like the opposite of Ken Blocks Demo www.pinkbike.com/news/ken-blocks-custom-demo-8-2015.html
  • + 2
 Gone but never forgotten Longlivechainsaw!!!!!!!!
  • + 2
 Let's get Sam Hill on that Mondraker, it's basically a new Sunday
  • + 2
 That blue and pink Specialized looks amazing
  • + 0
 jesus, you guys are gonna post stupid puns til the cows come home, that being said, the graphic layout is wack, mashed too many spots too close together
  • + 2
 No discussion about Remi Thirion's bike yet?
  • + 1
 That neon salmon red/pink color on those Spec Demos looks freaky on camera.
  • + 2
 Keep making things rad, Tony.
  • + 2
 Troy Brosnan's new bike shall be named Ziggy Stardust!!!
  • + 2
 Something about gees trek session looks unreal, what a beast
  • + 2
 Which bearing press is Adam Hall using? Looks quite nice
  • + 1
 i was wondering the same
  • + 2
 @mfoga: yikes, nevermind, ill stick with the $7 wheels manufacturing drifts and $15 in home depot parts for the press
  • + 2
 There is a 1% chance Peaty is going to cream the field
  • + 0
 This Nukeproof from the first picture seems to have to seat post clamps? One integrated and one classic on the end of the seat tube. Why?
  • + 1
 That is a linkage pivot, not an integrated clamp.
  • + 2
 @Iamwarthog: Yeah I've seen it afterwards. Sorry mate! Smile
  • + 1
 @Prochowyec: To be fair, the way the light is in that photo makes the upper part of the linkage is pretty hard to see.
  • + 0
 I bet Finn can put that back together. If he's mechanically inclined enough to strip all that stuff down and no break anything, he probably knows what he's doing.
  • + 1
 What could you break stripping a bike? AFAIK the only reverse thread is one pedal. I've stripped my bike many times (except BB, fork and cassette because lack of tools) and I can't figure out what could you break...

On the putting together that's more likely, for instance over tightening bolts.
  • + 2
 @es7ebanlv: threaded BBs and often end nut on pedal axle.
  • + 2
 @es7ebanlv: I messed a tool for tearing down the truvativ cranks, but never ever a piece of bike
  • + 2
 Boy,They sure are going Downhill with the wacky paint!
  • + 4
 I'm Troying to understand but I'm udderly speechless.
  • + 2
 @vw4ever: Now THAT was quite funny.
  • + 2
 Descendant bar is awesome!
  • + 2
 Really digging the space theme on Troy Brosnan's Demo..
  • + 1
 Love Brosnan's style, wanna pork.
  • + 1
 anybody by chance get to check out the steer tube on that cow...I did
  • + 1
 Troys jersey - 2 dogs howling at the milky way.
  • + 1
 Dont spoil the milk peaty! haha
  • + 1
 Pompon withdrawal symptoms here. Kulhavy's gold shoes are ace.
  • + 1
 That is, without a doubt, the ugliest v10 I have seen to date.
  • + 0
 Wahey, at last someone to agree with! I don't like it either
  • - 1
 @john260164: it's seriously heinous. If I had a sponsor suggest a paintjob like that, I'd ask them if they wanted to get punched in the face.
  • + 1
 that paint scheme is over the moon!
  • + 1
 PLEASE RELEASE THAT COLOR WAY IN THE 2FO
  • + 1
 Troy Brosnan Acca-Dacca starship Smile
  • + 1
 nice acupunture on Marcelo Gutierrez saddle Big Grin
  • + 1
 If Ragot didn't retire, she could've been on a demo.
  • + 1
 Brosnan's gear is straight from Burton...
  • - 3
 that white trash boogan kit hes got is sofa king disgusting. it looks like something someone who works at splitz burger would wear. or the delivery driver for whistler dominos pizza.
  • + 2
 Troy Liberace Brosnan
  • + 1
 love zeus golden shoes....
  • + 1
 MOO!
  • + 1
 Santa Moo's V10cc P'
  • + 0
 How long until @protour is going to ruin the paintjob on that Demo?
  • + 1
 bike porn
  • + 1
 Troys Triptronic Rocket!
  • + 1
 BLING BLING!
  • + 1
 Fair point
  • + 0
 troy like a Ken Block Big Grin
  • + 0
 Nice!!!!!!!!!!!
  • - 2
 Why do I prefer to watch DH but find the xc bikes so much more interesting?
  • + 2
 which do you prefer to watch? baggy comfy clothing or dudes in tights all sweaty and muddy....exactly
  • + 2
 I'd say the set-ups for DH are more standard, and it's usually bikes we're already familiar with. XC seems to be more creative in finding ways to save weight, which results in much more head scratching set-ups.

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