Politics, wealth, beer and tea have divided the United Kingdom for centuries, wars have been fought and blood has been shed deepening the divide between these cultures.
Steve Peat is proud of is Sheffield roots and he is not shy about it either. From being named ‘Sheffield Steel’ to his star on the walk of fame and the keys to the city, Peaty is whole heartedly a northerner.
Peaty’s legacy in the north spawned a new generation of riders, the likes of ‘Loosedog’ lewis and Rat boy to name a few, equally proud of their northern heritage.
A decade ago a young prodigy of Steve rose out of the Surrey Hills of the South, Brendan Fairclough and the S4P crew made their mark on the UK scene.
The North and South for some time were close allies as they rode together on the same team but in 2016 the rivalry is back.
Today the long unanswered question of who reigns supreme in the UK, a global MTB issue left unaddressed for decades will now be answered, who shall rain supreme? This Is Peaty, North Vs South lays this question to rest.
Steve and Brendan were tasked with bringing together their all-star teams to represent the north and south. Pitted against each other in 7 challenges over 2 days it came down to the wire.
From downing pints to tearing up loam and tug of war. #LastOrders
brings together an all-star line up of the UK’s best riders to battle it out on the frontlines of the Surrey Hills.
So sit back, turn up the volume and Let the games commence!
For more head over to ThisIsPeaty.com #LastOrders
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