Registration Open for 2016 Mob n Mojave

Jan 25, 2016 at 16:28
by Downhill Mike Scheur  
Photo taken by Bryson Martin

Round 1 of 3 is in the books for the 2016 DVO Winter Gravity Series and event staff and sponsors have been busy gearing up for the 2016 DVO Mob n Mojave. The Mob was one of the original gnarly gravity events created by All Mountain Cyclery, home of Bootleg Canyon. The 2016 Mob will take place on February 12 thru February 14, 2016 and will be offering a $2,000.00 Pro Cash Purse provided by, DVO Suspension!

Prizes and medals for all amateur categories in all age brackets provided by the event sponsors listed at the bottom of this news article.Trucker Co.com will once again award the fastest Junior Expert with $100.00 cash. Race disciplines include: Downhill, Super D, Dual Slalom and Open Chainless.

2016 DVO Nevada Gravity Champs DH race. The Swaltonator on his way to the fastest time of the day by a Junior Expert. So cool Trucker.com gave him 100

Steven "The Swaltonator" Walton seen here flying down the off-camber section of the DH course making his dad (photographer) and sponsor/team Intense Palmer Project as proud as can be. Trucker Co even gave the Swaltonator $100 cash for being the fastest Junior Expert in the field.

Recently updated on the official event website: www.downhillmike.com
* How to register early for the 2016 DVO Mob n Mojave
* How to register early for the 2016 DVO Reaper Madness
* Results/Rankings from the 2016 DVO State Champs
* Team Challenge standings
* New event photographs and/videos
* Great deals on lodging

Here our a couple of our favorite moments from the 2016 DVO Nevada State Gravity Championships, enjoy and hope to see you in February!

Photo by Bryson Martin

Vincent Kimber #111 sticking his tongue out, or just his game face? Challenging Vincent in the Dual Slalom race is Trucker Co's own, Greg Gibson #120. Photo by: Bryson Martin

Chris on his way to the finish line in the 2016 DVO Nevada State Gravity Champs. Photo by Josh Dahl www.joshdahlphotocom

Chris Canfield styling towards the DH finish line at the 2016 DVO Nevada State Gravity Champs. Photo by: Josh Dahl

Made possible by event sponsors: DVO Suspension, Box Components, Promax, YT Industries, MTBParks.com, Canfield Brothers Bikes, MJT Designs, All Mountain Cyclery, Troy Lee Design, Kore North Bikes, Foes Racing, Ryno Power, Novatec, ODI Grips, Ride 100%, ONZA, Scurvy Dog Racing, Trucker Co, Smanie, Bootleg Canyon Flitelinez, HT Pedals, Decline Magazine, Team Incycle/DVO/Intense, Kali Protectives, Float Sanctuary and Twisted Bandit Design.


MENTIONS: @KaliProtectives / @troyleedesigns / @DVOSuspension / @YTIndustries / @downhillmike




27 Comments

  • 7 0
 In case people don't know, TruckerCo make aftermarket brake pads. IMHO every bit as good as OEM pads. Plus, Greg gives awesome customer service.
  • 3 0
 I've been replacing OEM with them for years on all my Formula or Shimano brakes. His customer service rips and the pads are great. He needs to make some damn Hope V4 replacements though, dunno why that hasn't come about, I want!
  • 3 0
 Tried one of their tubeless kits- saved my day of lift riding! Worked great with my non-tubeless everything.
  • 3 0
 Everything he puts out with Truckerco is the best i love his products!!! everything from pads to sealant. also has more options for different pad types that the manufacturer themselves.
  • 4 0
 Been using his stuff here in the shop lately and have been VERY impressed and all my customers love it as well. I hope he keeps up the good work!!
  • 1 14
flag rustyrodger (Jan 26, 2016 at 10:11) (Below Threshold)
 seems dumb as shit
  • 6 0
 ^^^ this guy, kids will be kids
  • 4 0
 Been using trucker co on all my bikes for 3 years now. for value = performance/cost they are unbeatable!!!
  • 1 0
 I've used their pads with no problems.
  • 1 0
 Another positive vote for TruckerCo pads, doing great for 5 years for me.
  • 7 0
 If you have never ridden bootleg I suggest you bring your big girl panties.
  • 2 0
 Cool to see the shop I patronize, Mojo Wheels, represented on PB. Great people!
  • 3 2
 when these guys grow up and dont charge 100 bucks for one run,then maybe i will think about it.
  • 1 0
 I'm with you.... I think they do a cool job and I want to be supportive but it needs to be enduro for me to get a longer race run etc.... I have a wife and kids, taking off and utilizing the shuttle service isn't realistic for me...... That being said mike is a good dude and these events are really cool.
  • 3 1
 Bender is hosting the Enduro races now. 3 on deck and his next one is at Bootleg Canyon: www.benduro.com
  • 2 0
 You can Pay 20$ a Da7 and just SHuttle, Like just Saying THink about that too. Ride bikes Either way.
  • 1 0
 Chris Canfield! (and bro). If they are half as sexy as the bikes they make, they must get all the ladies!
  • 1 0
 Where is this event held?????
  • 5 0
 Bootleg Canyon, Boulder City, NV(Just outside of Vegas)
  • 1 0
 heck yeah! getting the stoke fired up already.
  • 1 0
 Looks like a fun area to ride, 40+ miles of trails.
  • 1 0
 is this a very populated race?
  • 2 0
 Yes, with a good vendor village, too!
  • 2 1
 Jared, we had approximately 175 in the DH, 110 in the SD and another 60, or so in the DS. The series is growing and we expect and are preparing for bigger numbers in the future. Kind of like a big party with like minded folks. Please join us if you can.
  • 5 0
 With over 40 events attended last year and just as many on my calendar this year, I can say this event is very well ran. You will get the typical delays in timing and results posting etc that you would with any other MTB event, because there is no such thing as a perfect system. The trails are gnarly, I would say some of the hardest DH sections I have ever seen. The Super D course is as fun as they get. I didn't pay much attention to the DS event. I don't think the Vendor Village is exceptional, but the products that were showcased during round 1 were some of my favorites. The YT Capra is now on my short list because of my interaction with the rep at the round 1 event. The weather was mint. The atmosphere was good and the town of Boulder City, has great character. I give the whole experience an 8 out of 10.
  • 3 0
 Cool I'll be coming from New York for just this race
  • 1 0
 See you there!

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