Gwin Makes His 2016 Racing Debut at Fontana

Feb 20, 2016 at 21:21
by Scott McClain  
We found this interesting. New Enduro signs showed up for the round 4 Super D race. We are not to clear on what they are calling it. The signs say Enduro but the results said Super D

Coronageddon or "Carmageddon Two" on the 91 freeway may have played a significant role in today's low numbers. Travel for many Southlanders had to be rerouted with several riders saying it took them anywhere from twenty minutes to over an hour extra to get to the venue, and that will hold true for tomorrow's racing action as well. There were a total of just four pro men and three pro women in the enduro today, with numbers proportionally low as a whole throughout the event.


Leland Turner Avalanche Sports took 1st place in Pro Men Super D Enduro today by just over 1 second combined.
Leland Turner, Avalanche Sports, took 1st place in Pro Men Super D (Enduro) today, by just over 1 second combined.


Cody Masson took second place riding for Empire bikes. Third place was nearly 5 seconds behind him.
Cody, Masson took second place, riding for Empire bikes. Third place was nearly 5 seconds behind him.


We spotted this Santa Cruz Prototype It looks like a Nomad but up close appeared to be wider in the rear. Maybe a next Generation Nomad Also note no decals and it s white The Fox is certainly a 36 but they are making Boost 36 s already as OEM on a couple of bikes. Let the speculation begin
We spotted this whited-out Santa Cruz during enduro practice. More than likely there's a Hightower hidden under that paint job, one that's been outfitted with a Fox 36 and a Float X2 to help it plow its way through the rocky course.



Super D enduro Men s Pro Podium. 1st place Leland Turner 04 48.38 2nd place Cody Masson 04 49.57 3rd place Evan Turpen 04 54.09 4th place Anthony Tintelnot 05 34.25

Enduro Men's Pro Podium. 1st place: Leland Turner 04:48.38, 2nd place: Cody Masson 04:49.57, 3rd place: Evan Turpen 04:54.09, 4th place: Anthony Tintelnot 05:34.25


Now where were we? Oh right, Aaron Gwin is back racing Fontana. We caught up and asked him whether or not launching the race team and having the first event be Fontana was planned. "It was timing" Gwin said, "I could have made it out to Round 2 at Bootleg but that didn't really work. I just wanted to get out and race on the new bike as soon as I could"

He went on to say that it was great being able to launch the new program in Fontana as that is where it all started for Gwin. We spoke to Brad Howell, Good Times Ambassador, aka, that guy that drives the truck and tows the trailer out to the events, to find out what his role would be regarding the team. He advised that they are hands off with the Mob, their role is to bring out the truck and trailer to events in the USA. They are all "one family" he explained but them being at the event was complimentary, not a necessity. Brad went on to say "Of course we want to support our racers, but we also want to support the everyday rider".

Gwin s first practice run. Slow and steady that first run out. I can assure you he was much faster as the day progressed.
Gwin rode his first practice run at a casual pace, but I can assure you he was much faster as the day progressed.


Gwin truly is next level fast. As I shot this photo I was like man I missed it because it seemed he was just a blur through the lens.
Gwin truly is next level fast, and was usually a blur through the lens.


We found Cole Picchiottino shadowing Gwin all day today. We asked Gwin if he had plans to help out riders outside of his team referring to Cole to which he replied Cole helps me as much as I help him. I wish I could help more young riders out but I am pinned right now. I would like to do more camps this year especially right at the end of the season. I guess we ll have to wait to see how Gwin s season shakes out.

We found Cole Picchiottino shadowing Gwin all day today. We asked Gwin if he had plans to help out riders outside of his team (referring to Cole), to which he replied "Cole helps me as much as I help him. I wish I could help more young riders out, but I am pinned right now. I would like to do more camps this year, especially right at the end of the season.." I guess we'll have to wait to see how Gwin's season shakes out.


Mikey Sylvestri throwing it out for the camera during practice. The common comment was this course was more tech than usual but it was plenty fun.
Mikey Sylvestri, throwing it out for the camera during practice. The common comment was this course was more tech than usual but it was plenty fun.


Zink Never heard of him -
Zink? Never heard of him...


After shoulder surgery just 2 weeks ago this was Cam s first time back on the bike. We would have never guessed that.
After shoulder surgery just 2 weeks ago, this was Cam's first time back on the bike, although from watching him ride, we would never have guessed.


Three Heavy Hitters hanging out watching lines
Three heavy hitters hanging out watching lines. Cam Zink, Cody Johnson and Mikey Sylvestri.


Gwin going over some SDG saddle feedback with SDG Owner Tyler Anspach. We were showed a new I-Beam that will launch next week. It may or may not be in this photo
Gwin going over some SDG saddle feedback with SDG Owner Tyler Anspach. We were shown a new I-Beam that will launch next week. It may or may not be in this photo...


Even though the shock says Prototype Gwin assured us everything on his bike is available for purchase.
Even though the shock says prototype, Gwin assured us everything on his bike is available for purchase.


Gwin taking time to pose with fans of all ages.
Gwin taking the time to pose with fans of all ages.


Seanie Bee had his lid stolen along with several other parts and accessories while he was racing in South America. He was stoked to have the new lid in time for this weekend s race. He s chosen the 2016 Bronson from his quiver of Santa Cruz bikes. We ll see how that works out tomorrow.
Sean Bell, aka "Seanie Bee" had his lid stolen along with several other parts and accessories while he was racing in South America. He was stoked to have the new lid in time for this weekend's race. He's chosen the 2016 Bronson from his quiver of Santa Cruz bikes. We'll see how that works out tomorrow.


CJ was out practicing today. We didn t spot any new pro woman today so expect the usuals tomorrow during the race.
CJ Selig was out practicing today. We didn't spot any new pro women on course today, so expect the usuals out racing tomorrow.


Binggeli looking smooth as usual. He has some competition this week with both Gwin and Sylvestri racing tomorrow. This should solidify all the speculation of who s who at Fontana.
Logan Binggeli looking smooth as usual. He has some competition this week, with both Gwin and Sylvestri racing. The speculation should be solidified as to who's who at Fontana.


Don t count out Charlie or any other Fontana Local even with the Heavy Hitters in town.
Don't count out Charlie Harrison or any other Fontana local, even with the big guns in town.


Cole Picchiottino riding the wagon wheels again. This is Cole s first race since returning from his broken wrist injury sustained while riding moto. He looked great during practice double and tripling some of the waterfalls and rock gardens.
Cole Picchiottino riding the wagon wheels again. This is Cole's first race since returning from his broken wrist injury, sustained while riding moto. He looked great during practice, doubling and tripling some of the waterfalls and rock gardens.


Practice sessions ran to the very end with plenty of riders looking to get that one last run in.
Practice sessions ran to the very end, with plenty of riders looking to get that one last run in.


YT certainly picked up a couple of hitters to hang with the already talented crew. We may even see a couple of podiums tomorrow.
One final shot from practice.


Keep It Pinned Pinkbikers!



MENTIONS: @YTIndustries / @khsfactoryracing




172 Comments

  • 172 5
 Love the pic of Gwinn with the little groms ... so cool to see people on his level take time to hang with the mini fans!
  • 33 2
 and those groms can freaking rip
  • 45 1
 Yeah I met Gwin a few times and he's a totally down to Earth dude, always down to chat for a bit with everyone
  • 28 102
flag chillrider199 (Feb 21, 2016 at 11:17) (Below Threshold)
 Except for when he loses.. Then he looks like the american version of Gee
  • 4 0
 The one with the bike in that pic is Merrick / @dhgroms - really cool kid who definitely rips!
  • 126 3
 I don't get why people hate on the pros for looking pissed off when they do bad at a race. It is their job. Imagine you go to work tomorrow, and instead of performing how you expect, you for some reason find everything seems way harder than usual, everyone else is leaving you in their dust and no one, not even your boss is cutting you any slack. Now try not looking pissed off...
  • 8 25
flag saso (Feb 21, 2016 at 12:24) (Below Threshold)
 Well that good sir is my 9-5 and i look like the happiest dude in the bikeshop.
  • 21 50
flag Jack-McLovin (Feb 21, 2016 at 12:49) (Below Threshold)
 Is this what you were expecting? -
Little grom - 'Umm...Errr... Hi Aaron Gwin, can I, may I take a photo with you, please, sir?
Gwin - 'No, f*ck off ya scrawny wee prick, I'm faster than u on a bike m8 shut up'
  • 10 0
 Pretty curious why he chose to run a Tues, while his team mate whose name I forgot was riding his Capra..
  • 20 0
 probably to get used to it for the coming WC DH races, even if that means he doesn't give himself his best chance to win in Fontana.
  • 3 4
 As gabriel already said. Its their Job. But its Focused on jsut Few Races. And it doesnt matter how ur Feeligns are on that day u have to give 200%.
Its not only about Fitness its also about Mental strengh.
Also there is a pressure of ur Sponsors and u have just few years.
Also dont Judge ppl if u dont know them.
  • 69 4
 No it's not their job to smile. What kind of retarderd pussy societies are we creating? Smile is welcome, smile is desired, smile helps, smile opens doors but once you DEMAND a smile you are a big bag of clueless crap. Someone can owe you money, being silent to listen to what you have to say, but no one ever owes you a smile. Being happy is not a commodity and never will be. Those racers are human beings not apes for your entertainment, especially that they owe nothing to a douche. If you want to demand smiles go get a hooker and show him/her the money.

Gwinny is ace when it comes to fans, I was fortunate enough to experience it first hand. Gee Atherton is cool too BTW Wink
  • 5 14
flag chillrider199 (Feb 21, 2016 at 16:05) (Below Threshold)
 I know. They just sometimes look sooo pissed its scary
  • 3 0
 Gwin's teammate Mikey just used one of the Capra demo models as is. It was the base carbon.
  • 5 0
 @wakidesigns I actually found Gee to be less that overly friendly - but it's not his job to be. Dan Atherton on the other hand was much easier to approach.
  • 1 0
 Gwin is a hero!
  • 1 0
 @wakidesigns @larky i've also met Dan, literly the most chilled out guy i've talked to, not to sure on Gee on the other hand but they only live a couple of miles away from my uni some sometimes ( but never very often see them in the town )
  • 1 0
 They are pissed off for making a mistake or not pushing hard enough and losing to themselves, not that someone else won.
  • 102 3
 Wow, not often some one gets front page news for their racing debut, I wish this Gwin guy all the best with his first ever race.
  • 31 3
 Wouldn't it be some shit if he Gwins his first ever race?! Maybe he'll make a name for himself.
  • 23 0
 Let's hope not there would be terrible puns referencing his name most likely !
  • 9 2
 Gwin won
  • 36 0
 Quite ballsy to go straight for the pro class. Would think you'd at least test the waters in expert
  • 17 2
 1 Aaron Gwin Pro Men 744A 00:01:56.63 YT Industries
2 Logan Binggeli Pro Men 4A 00:01:56.78 KHS Factory Bicycles
3 Charlie Harrison Pro Men 281A 00:01:58.04 TrekTesting Racing
4 Greg Williamson Pro Men 752A 00:02:00.23 Cube Global Squad
5 Luca Cometti Pro Men 788A 00:02:02.05 Intense Cycles
6 Cody Johnson Pro Men 919A 00:02:04.57
7 Christian Gonzalez Pro Men 17A 00:02:09.10 Trek/Oakley/Royal Racing
8 Mikey Sylvestri Pro Men 799A 00:02:10.11 YT Industries Sensus
9 Brad Oien Pro Men 772A 00:02:10.87
10 Evan Turpen Pro Men 783A 00:02:14.50
  • 3 0
 Zinks time?
  • 3 0
 Cam Zink didn't race,
southridgeusa.com/dh-results-2-21-16
Hes not listed
  • 3 0
 Damn...was hoping.
  • 4 2
 It makes no sense, his bike is not worth more than 6000$... Santa Cruz and ENVE - give me back my 4 grand so I can buy a carbon Capra!!!
  • 38 1
 oh man it looks so nice and warm there. :/
  • 7 7
 they ignore what rain and mud are !! europe ftw in the "all year round riding" category !! Smile
  • 4 1
 It was in the high 70's I hate living in So Cal hahahahaha
  • 18 0
 Only thing that's in the 70s here is the standing water depth and my dad's clothing
  • 1 0
 its not too bad this time of year, but come summer its a dusty pothole mess..
  • 27 0
 "Cole Picchiottino riding the wagon wheels again." - wagon wheels as in 29"? On a dual crown Fox? The biggest 29er Trek has got is 140mm...so this comment had me wondering...
  • 6 0
 Yep this need further explanation, the wheels certainly look big !
  • 25 1
 They've had a 29er session for awhile that makes fontana appearances
  • 7 10
 Oh god why?
  • 11 1
 @ridethree ,Cole feels like the bigger wheels are faster and better through the rock gardens, at least he did last year: mbaction.com/home-page/spy-shot-treks-new-prototype-29er-session-dh-bike
  • 4 22
flag SteveDekker (Feb 21, 2016 at 13:24) (Below Threshold)
 If the industry wants 29" wheels on DH bikes they will design courses optimised for them; like they did for XC.
  • 9 3
 and that's why a full suspension 650b bike has been dominating the xc wc circuit
  • 8 6
 Didnt ratboy win his championship on 26?
  • 6 0
 Can't wait for that to be released!
  • 13 3
 There's more to what meets they eye Jimmy when it comes to Shurters bike. He is one of few running tubular tyres. Those things in 26" have contact patch larger than any regular 29er tyre. Roll over is surely better too. Then the weight is smaller, both on the tyre and on the rim. Some people wonder if plus tyres will make it to XC world cup if they are so good, WELL... they kind of already have made it.

Wheel size is overrated. I'd still love to see 29er DH bikes...
  • 4 0
 I was curious if there was any better pictures of the bike and found his instagram account (@colep102), theres a couple clear shots of the bike on there and some videos, seems like the bike works great! I should try to make it to a Fontana race one of these days and try to see it
  • 1 0
 PHeller, that's what I was wondering too. Maybe they took some meat out of the brace...
  • 15 0
 Hey everyone super stoked you all seem pretty pumped on the practice day recap. I'm currently working on the Race Day Recap now. Look for it to be up by morning. A couple of quick comments on my end. One: I had nothing to do with the title of this article. Two: Mitch Ropelato won Fontana on a 29er two years ago against Gwin when they were both on Specialized. Back to work -
  • 17 1
 Zink is going to crush gwinny! haha! I wish! :/
  • 29 1
 he's gonna flip gwin
  • 5 3
 He'll do a hop to foot-plant on Gwin's noggin.
  • 11 0
 i was at Fontana today and watched Cole on that bike as well as Aaron and Logan on theirs, thing generated speed in places that the other bikes wouldn't, from a racing standpoint i could see how the 29 would be an advantage, but obviously i don't see it replacing the other bikes but being provided as a 2nd option for those who are serious about racing, or a second option for those who race world cups. Just my 2 cents, he looked great on it, and i know ill get hate from those who are scared to try something new, but if i was fast enough to be able to have a chance to ride that bike, I would in a heartbeat...
  • 15 1
 Deep in the Gwinland Empire.
  • 13 1
 You gotta admit CJ's handlebar streamers are badass in a fun kind of way.
ep1.pinkbike.org/p6pb13141985/p5pb13141985.jpg
  • 9 0
 CJ is badass...in a fast kind of way.
  • 2 0
 YAY! CJ
  • 1 12
flag Snowytrail (Feb 21, 2016 at 16:40) (Below Threshold)
 I've said this before, I think they are dangerous. Imagine on a windy day they get tangled in the brake lever, or if she takes a small digger (one that doesn't cost much time) and the streamers get wrapped around the grips. Will have to clear them before starting again.
  • 14 0
 Go Away Dad!
  • 19 1
 Thanks guys! Trust me Snowytrail, I have taken PLENTY of diggers, no problems yet. But you don't have to take my word...don't knock them 'til you've tried them! Smile
  • 3 0
 Yeah the streamers are the real hazard... Not the rocks. Well done @CjSelig for putting @Snowytrail back in his safety box.
  • 9 0
 I live right at the center of the Coronageddon 91 Freeway closure...can confirm it's a mess. The city stated to expect 2-3 hour delays in any direction near the project, so most people went out of town or are just staying home this weekend. Hope it's a good race anyways!
  • 7 0
 Ohh i´m sooo looking foreward to the wc season!!
Can´t wait for it to start!
And an extreamly exciting seaseon in the back with so many potential winners this year.. amazed!!
I wonder what gwin has in his magic box this year!
  • 2 0
 Write down into your calender, 5th april...its the first wc dh race of the year live on redbull tv... :p i allready requested that day off from work
  • 1 0
 sounds like a good idea
  • 5 0
 I'm all for him, he's competing on a bike we could all buy. Only makes yt push the limits on how good a stock bike can be. I chatted with him, very good guy. He signed an autograph for my nephew. Talked with all the guys from yt, everyone is really down to earth.
  • 7 0
 What dropper post is that guy using in the enduro podium shot. Its like a 10" drop?!
  • 2 0
 I think it is Leland Turner's bike.
  • 3 0
 9point8 post.
  • 3 0
 I talked to him last race. It's a 200mm post. It's pretty nutty lol
  • 3 0
 9point8 Falline protype 8" dropper. Joy Armstrong won Am Women on their 7" dropper. The 7" is coming out in spring. If you're interested in the 8" fill out the poll on 9point8's site.
  • 1 0
 thanks!
  • 20 14
 Little bird tells me Gwin's on Cube bikes this year. #truth #watchthisspace #callingit
  • 16 4
 nickkk, sorry to say, but your about 5 miles behind on the trail bud.
  • 9 6
 Wait and see man, that's all I'm saying.
  • 10 0
 Guess there is some serious trolling going on right here
  • 2 0
 Far from serious... Wink
  • 6 1
 giving the last picture of Cole Picchiottino, it's official , 29" made his debut in DH hahah
www.pinkbike.com/photo/13187371
  • 1 2
 would be cool from Trek hahaha. But KHS had already a 29" downhill bike about 2 years ago, the thing went viral: www.pinkbike.com/news/Prototype-29-DH-Bike-From-KHS-2014.html pretty sure it s gonna become trendy
  • 4 1
 Trek has already experimented with a 29in dh bike a few years ago : www.vitalmtb.com/forums/The-Hub,2/29er-downhill-bike-from-trek,5394
This one looks more refined. Would like to know more!
  • 3 1
 Intense also tested it in late 2009 - early 2010 https://youtu.be/HwokHqjU7oY
  • 3 2
 @scrippsranchDJ woaww so $icKKK
  • 8 2
 I miss the glamour of 90's american race scene.
Apart from Gwin,who the hell are those guys?
  • 7 0
 You could drive a car through the front triangle of that KHS.
  • 3 0
 It's February. Everywhere else in North America, mountain bikers are either freezing their balls off riding fatbikes (the rollerblading of the mountain bike world) or sitting inside packing on fat. In southern California, though, they're racing downhill.

Yeah, rent in SoCal is almost twice what it is in Pittsburgh, but articles like this further reinforce the fact that I've made the correct decision to move my ass out of that frozen hellhole.
  • 2 0
 solid comment -
  • 2 0
 Thanks. Solid article! (I assume by a previous comment that you're the creator of it) I love seeing Fontana-related coverage.
  • 2 0
 I am indeed the guy behind the coverage. Thanks for the kind words.
  • 3 1
 I think the title is supposed to say "Gwin debuts his new YT at Fontana". Right now it suggests this was Gwin's first race, which would make it mighty odd that an article about the race is titled for one unknown competitor Wink
  • 3 1
 Gwin is the new Enduro, remember?
  • 1 0
 grammatically it would be correct. it does say his "2016 racing debut". not just "racing debut"
  • 1 0
 @WAKIdesigns Gwin is the new Enduro? I'll gladly take it... Gwin is actually exciting to watch.
  • 3 1
 Cody Masson riding for Empire bikes it says there (near the top of the article). Is that a different Empire than the Empire from UK (www.empire-cycles.com) with those cast and 3d printed frames or is he racing a model that's not been released yet? The bike in the picture doesn't resemble any of those I've seen yet.
  • 4 0
 Its a Bike shop. He rides an Ibis. www.empirebikes.net
  • 2 0
 Thanks Steve.
  • 7 2
 It's just me or that Trek session is 29er??
  • 3 2
 looks like
  • 6 1
 I wonder how he feels about those ONZA tires he's rocking..
  • 20 0
 as long as he keeps them ONZA ground i dont think hes worried about it
  • 1 0
 LMFAO ^^^^^^^^

Proper this....
  • 1 0
 High quality punnage!
  • 1 0
 It has begun... Some serious eyes on Aaron for the season. He's probably going to be under more scrutiny by the media (and laptop warriors) than ever before in his career. This huge investment from YT is looking good for them already, eh?
  • 4 1
 never seen gwin with SUCH a high race number : hahaha 744 seems like a joke Big Grin Big Grin
  • 3 0
 Lower numbers are for members who get to pick. Like the shuttle dude said there's no special treatment for being a gwin
  • 1 1
 you can't judge someone with only a picture. go at a race you will see who's cool and not. i have the chance to go at mont ste anne formthe past 6 years. the best is when you stay there all day and sleep there also. at msa you have la chute jean larose it's a river with big falls where you can swim ans jump frommcliff into the river. the kiwi are fearless and party hard.
  • 3 0
 Good to see he won! Must be a good feeling to start like that on the new bike.
  • 2 0
 Is that a SC Hightower with a 29 front wheel and 27.5+ rear wheel on the Enduro Men's Pro Podium? Seems like an interesting combo.
  • 1 0
 Leland turners face...my caption *brakes aint working SHIEEEET!* i feel bad for laughing this much for some one that fast...tht facenis well deserved. XD
  • 2 0
 Laugh away, you're not far off. I was thinking, "I shoulda braked a little more before that turn" as I was trying to keep it on the trail.
  • 3 0
 A Gwins a win, good job, first time out on the new rig.
  • 1 0
 Any insight into why he's riding the Tues over the Capra? Seems his teammate and a lot of the other riders are riding more Enduro bikes than downhill bikes.
  • 2 0
 tgent he mentioned in his interview for the Sunday Recap article that he wanted to dial in his bike for France. since he won on the Tues I don't think it really matters much which bike he picks. if it were me on that course i would have gone big bike.
  • 2 0
 Nice! Thanks for the info, clearly it worked out well as he won.
  • 3 1
 why's that bloke riding an Ibis for Empire bikes
  • 3 0
 Empire Bikes is a bike shop, 2 actually in Cali. www.empirebikes.net
I guess he rides for them, looks like the logo.
Ironically, they don't appear to sell Ibis bikes.
The Empire Cycles LTD frames are rad looking though.
  • 2 0
 Bloody hell the bike shop logo looks very similar to Empire Bikes logo!
  • 2 0
 That isn't an Empire MX6 that Cody Masson is riding?!
  • 1 0
 it supposed to be a fontana practice recap, then gwin showed up... I wish him the best with his first race !
  • 2 0
 Hey Tyler, when are you selling those SDG baseball type tee shirts?!
  • 2 0
 Looks like the santa cruz's X2 has a climb switch. Finally.
  • 1 0
 bout time they release that sucker already
  • 1 0
 I saw that but was afraid it was a hallucination.
  • 1 0
 I don't see anything about an Enduro format on the website, only DH, Super D and XC?
  • 1 0
 i wonder if he is racing this time or just practicing
  • 2 0
 Good job, Cody!!
  • 1 0
 But did he win, I mean Gwin?
  • 2 0
 yes - by a gwinfinitesimal margin (yes, I used that again)
  • 1 0
 Never limit passing on your experience to others
  • 1 0
 So it wasn't an enduro, it was a Super D.
  • 1 0
 I'm young. Gwin can help me by hiking me up with a new bike
  • 1 2
 BREAKING!: Gwin visits restroom. Still riding for YT.


Seriously, there are so many other talented riders out there. Share the headlines boys, share the headlines.
  • 1 0
 It's "RAD" to see Gwin and Zink under the same Banner!!!!
  • 1 1
 Great to see him back on the bike, major respe-- oh wait, he was fine?
  • 1 0
 All world
  • 1 0
 Video?
  • 1 0
 Yeah, Merrick!!!
  • 1 0
 BFD
  • 1 0
 Booya Leland!!!!
  • 2 4
 I didn't used to be a Gwin fan but now I am. I used to be a Bruni fane but now I'm not
  • 2 5
 Where other people there too? No, right?
  • 4 7
 Scrolled down for the pics with Gwin, skipped the rest.
  • 4 7
 skipped pics of that guy .. who is he ?? Stopped to check out everyone else and especially stopped at Zink's pics. But why oh why ... is there a 29 dh bike...
  • 1 3
 Gwinduro
  • 2 5
 Meh
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