Video: Trans-Savoie 2014 - Day Five Race Action

Aug 30, 2014
by Trans Savoie  
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The penultimate day on the Trans-Savoie introduced riders to yet another kind of terrain and trails. Roots and more roots down sweeping grooves in dense woodland are the signature Beaufortain trails and riders tackled six stages on the day of continuosly challenging singletrack.

Trans-Savoie 2014 - Day Five Race Action

Trans-Savoie 2014 - Day Five Race Action

Beaufort, Savoie 28th August, 2014.

Trans-Savoie 2014 - Day Five Race Action

Trans-Savoie 2014 - Day Five Race Action

Trans-Savoie 2014 - Day Five Race Action

A special lift was commissioned to be open for the racers to enable a separate hill to be raced and the final stage ended in the stunning town of Beaufort, which triggered a mass beer stop at local bars and cafes.

Trans-Savoie 2014 - Day Five Race Action

Trans-Savoie 2014 - Day Five Race Action

The fastest riders completed the day with a combined race time of over 35 mins with most of the fast paced trails taking between five and ten minutes.

Trans-Savoie 2014 - Day Five Race Action

Full results here:
www.sportident.co.uk
rootsandrain.com


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15 Comments

  • 15 0
 Nice to see mere mortals competing. Perspective.
  • 13 0
 F*ckin' switchbacks. I wish I was better at them. Frown
Gone riding.
  • 2 0
 The riders at the start of the vid looked more fatigued than at the end. Maybe they just had to get warmed up.
  • 2 0
 Hey you need some water? Lol
  • 1 0
 Anyone know what the overall standings are looking like?
  • 1 0
 Brian Goldsbury died? WTF? Anyone know what happened?
  • 3 0
 Brian Goldsworthy was a much-loved competitor from 2013 who sadly passed away outside of the race. The 'Goldsworthy' stage in this year's edition was a tribute to Brian.
  • 4 0
 Sad day, remember him as a regular poster on Singletrack. Lovely tribute. Thank you.
  • 1 0
 What happened to Steve Peat? He was there on Day 1.
  • 2 0
 His team mate Neil Donoghue broke his arm , so Peaty took him back i think
  • 1 0
 I see... Thanks for the info.
  • 1 0
 awsome
  • 1 3
 Why 2:55?
  • 4 0
 Why show a shot of one of the event videographers? Why not..

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