There can't be many better spots for a weekend camping and racing in Wales.
Greg Williamson and his Cube steed. 215mm of travel and 5'10" of smiling Scotsman.
Greg Williamson leaning into the final corner of the track, eyes locked on the finish line.
Victory by 8 seconds on a sub 3-minute track is a convincing win, even by Rachel's standards.
With a performance like his of today, it's hard to believe he is retiring from racing. A 2nd place at Bala BDS 2 minutes down the road and now a 3rd place at National Champs - Peaty clearly likes this hillside!
Peaty rode with his SPS riders for most of practice.
A fantastic result for SPS rider Jay Williamson, who finished 4 seconds back and in 10th place.
Danny Hart carried great speed through some innovative lines but couldn't quite make up the time to beat Greg. His split time was almost identical to Peaty's, but pulled ahead on the flatter bottom half of the track.
Laurie Greenland was on a great run but left the track in one spot, losing valuable time. He still managed 12th place, 5.1 seconds off the pace, which is a great result for the first year Elite.
A notable change to the norm, Taylor Vernon beat teammate Gee Atherton by one spot. Both were 3 seconds off Greg's pace, but placed 8th and 9th, showing just how tight times were at the top of the men's category.
Putting 5 seconds into Manon's time, Tahnee Seagrave stormed into second place, beating her 4th of 2015. She is settling into a steady but very fast pace this season, interrupted only by her elbow injury.
Fifth place for Marc Beaumont - which would be a podium if this was a World Cup! Back on form and looking composed and aggressive on track.
Along with managing a team of fast riders, Jack Reading still has time to thread his Nicolai down the Welsh slopes to a 6th place finish. Evidently the longest bike out there works on the tight stuff too!
Matt Walker won the Youth category last year at National Champs, and retains his number one spot amongst the Juniors.
Not the run Adam Brayton was after, but after a rough couple of weeks for everyone at Hope the short break until the next World Cup will be welcomed.
The man of the moment Greg Williamson dropping out of the woods into the fast open bottom section of track.
Danny Hart's girlfriend Sophia Paull managed 4th place in the women's category: not bad considering this was her first major downhill race.
The pressure was on Matt Simmonds after Will Longden, Matt Walker and Manon Carpenter finished 1st, 1st and 3rd respectively. He beat his seeding time by 3 seconds and gained one position to finish 7th.
Josh Bryceland is a regular at Revolution and is comfortable on the rather unique terrain. He missed the podium by one step, achieving 4th place.
That smile will remain for some time.
Smiles all round in the finish area as Peat, Ratboy and Craig Evans discuss their runs.
Senior Men's podium: Greg Williamson, Danny Hart, Steve Peat.
Victory tastes sweet. Champagne showers for the Scotsman.