Nerding Out: The Most Successful Downhill Bikes from 2000 to 2020 - DH Bike Week

Feb 14, 2021 at 8:50
by Ed Spratt  

The final dash to the line for Reece Wilson on a historic run.


After looking at both the biggest and smallest winning margins in Elite World Cup Downhill racing we thought it would be interesting to look back through 21 years of racing to see which bikes would come out on top and who performed best on a particular rider/bike combination. Take a look at our findings after we crunched the numbers from World Cups and World Championships.

The Five DH Bikes with the Most Elite World Cup & World Championships Wins:

1. Trek Session - 38 Wins

Rach Atherton Winning Bike

Coming out on the top of the list is the Trek Session. After taking its first win in 2009 the Session has helped secure at least one win for nine of the twelve following years. The most successful years for Trek's downhill bike came from the pairing of Tracy Moseley and Aaron Gwin with eight and nine wins each respectively. Closely following this period was Rachel Atherton's dominant racing period in where she took 20 wins onboard the Session. The only other rider to have won on the Session is Reece Wilson's World Champs victory last year.

Rachel Atherton was also the most successful rider to have ridden the Trek Session at the Elite World Cup level as she secured 20 race wins. Aaron Gwin took the second most number of wins with nine and Tracy Mosely in third with eight top results.

Rachel Atherton Bike Check

Aaron Gwin putting the new Carbon Trek Session to work during a rainy practice day at Mt St Anne. No specs on the bike. Likely about 35 lbs with that ti spring and other light weight tricks that Monkey has been known to pull keep weight down. Now gossip amongst yourselves with speculation...

Year by Year Breakdown:

2020 - 1
2018 - 4
2017 - 1
2016 - 8
2015 - 7
2012 - 4
2011 - 9
2010 - 1
2009 - 3

Bike Check - The Bulldogs Prototype 650B Trek Session




2. Commencal Supreme - 34 Wins


Coming only four wins behind the Session is the Commencal Supreme. This bike has been a staple of the World Cup circuit since its early prototype stage under Anne Caroline Chausson in 2003. Since its early years, the Supreme has featured on the top step of the podium at least once for 11 of the past 17 years. Of those 11 years, the Supreme has managed to only drop below two wins for two of those years.

The most successful years of the Commencal Supreme came from the period where the Athertons were riding the brand with Rachel Atherton securing eight wins and Gee Atherton managing five. The Supreme dropped off the top step of the podium for three seasons from 2014 to 2016. In 2015 Commencal launched the V4 with a high pivot and an idler pulley suspension system. This new version of the bike did not see any major elite World Cup success until 2017, a season where the Supreme became one of the first bikes to play around with 29" wheels. Following this move, the Supreme managed to take an average of three wins a year for the following four seasons.

16.5kg weight 205 psi fork amp 135 psi shock tyres at 1.8 bar front 2.0 back


Year by Year Breakdown:

2020 - 2
2019 - 4
2018 - 4
2017 - 2
2013 - 1
2011 - 2
2010 - 5
2008 - 7
2005 - 4
2004 - 1
2003 - 2





3. Santa Cruz V10 - 33 Wins


Just one win behind the Commencal with the third most number of elite World Cup wins is the Santa Cruz V10. While the V10 may be third in overall wins, it does take the highest number of consecutive years with at least one elite World Cup win with a winning streak from 2006 all the way to 2018.

The best year of racing for the Santa Cruz downhill bike came in 2009 when Greg Minnaar and Steve Peat managed to take wins at six of the nine rounds (including World Champs) that season. Greg Minnaar is also the joint-second most successful rider/bike combination onboard the V10 with a huge 19 wins, this falls just one win short of Rachel Atherton and Trek he could still come out on top if he can take more wins in the future. Interestingly, the short 2020 saw the V10 make a resurgence under Loris Vergier, Nina Hoffmann and Greg Minnaar with four elite World Cup wins for the Santa Cruz making it the second most successful season for the platform.

Greg Minnaar V10 29er
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Year by Year Breakdown:

2020 - 4
2018 - 1
2017 - 2
2016 - 1
2015 - 3
2014 - 2
2013 - 1
2012 - 2
2011 - 2
2010 - 2
2009 - 6
2008 - 3
2007 - 1
2006 - 1
2003 - 2

last Orders - Santa Cruz V10 C




4. Cannondale Gemini - 21 Wins


In fourth place is the Cannondale Gemini with 21 elite World Cup wins. Although the Cannondale hasn't secured a win since 2003, it manages to make it high in the list after Anne Caroline Chausson secured 19 wins in four seasons on board the bike. Alongside ACC it was Cedric Gracia who managed to pilot the classic bike to another two wins pushing it ahead of the Specialized Demo that falls just short after 12 years of racing World Cups.

The Cannondale Gemini took its most wins in 2000 when ACC won all but two rounds (including World Champs) and Cedric Gracia took a win in Leysin. The following year it was more of the same when ACC once again managed to top the podium seven times.


Year by Year Breakdown:

2003 - 1
2002 - 5
2001 - 7
2000 - 8





5. Specialized Demo / GT Fury / Iron Horse Sunday - 18


Rounding out the top five World Cup downhill bikes is a three-way tie with the Specialized Demo, GT Fury and Iron Horse Sunday all totalling 18 wins each since 2000.

The Specialized Demo has seen several top riders take on World Cup with the likes of Sam Hill, Troy Brosnan, Aaron Gwin and Loic Bruni all taking the top steps of the podium. The Demo's most successful rider is Loic Bruni who has taken nine wins so far with Specialized.

While it has not seen as much recent success as the Demo the GT Fury saw most of its wins when the Athertons were riding for the brand with Rachel Atherton securing 12 of its 18 victories. Gee Atherton is the next most successful rider on the GT Fury with four wins to his name.

Finally, the third bike to sit in fifth position is the classic Iron Horse Sunday. We haven't seen this bike take a World Cup win since 2008 but under the likes of Sam Hill and Sabrina Jonnier, this proved to be a formidable race machine.


Rachel Atherton is angry this year after playing the runner up in 2014 in both the World Cup and World Champs. Full of confidence and riding practice full speed it s safe to say she is out to prove something this weekend



Winning Stats Breakdown:


It's no surprise to see Rachel Atherton topping the list with her time on the Trek Session, which included part of her incredible winning streak from May 2015 to June 2017. Next up in a tie for second place is Greg Minnaar and the V10 alongside Anne-Caroline Chausson and the Gemini on 19 wins. The fourth name on the list is once again Rachel Atherton but this time it is the GT Fury that helped her secured 12 wins at World Cups. The fifth entry on the list with 11 wins is the legendary combination of Sam Hill and the Iron Horse Sunday.


Next up we looked into which bike brands have secured the most Elite World Cup wins, and this stays relatively similar to the top five DH bikes but after the top three of Trek, Commencal and Santa Cruz we see GT bump its way ahead of Cannondale and Specialized to take the fourth spot with 24 wins across the Fury and DHi models. Cannondale and Specialized follow GT with 22 and 20 wins respectively, then Iron Horse falls just two wins back with 18 victories to their name.


Looking further into the top bike brands you can see that companies founded in the USA collected the most Elite World Cup wins with a huge 184 victories since 2000. Coming in second with 34 top results is the sixth smallest European nation Andorra. Closing out the top three is Canada with 24 wins, this just beats out the UK at 19 wins.


We also thought it would be interesting to look into how many years a particular bike has come out on top with the most wins, for this statistic it is the Commencal Supreme which dethrones the Trek Session to take the top spot with five seasons where it sat as the top race bike. The session is very close behind with four years then we have a tie between the GT Fury and the Cannondale Gemini with three years on top. Finally, the only other bikes to have more than one year at the top is the Iron Horse Sunday and Santa Cruz V10.



Race By Race Breakdown:

2020

Maribor Round 1:
Loris Vergier - Santa Cruz V10
Marine Cabirou - Scott Gambler
Maribor Round 2:
Loris Vergier - Santa Cruz V10
Nina Hoffmann - Santa Cruz V10

Lousa Round 1:
Greg Minnaar - Santa Cruz V10
Myriam Nicole - Commencal Supreme
Lousa Round 2:
Loic Bruni - Sepcialized Demo
Marine Cabirou - Scott Gambler

Leogang World Champs:
Reece Wilson - Trek Session
Camille Balanche - Commencal Supreme



2019

Maribor Round 1:
Loic Bruni - Specialized Demo
Tahnee Seagrave - Transition TR11
Fort William Round 2:
Amaury Pierron - Commencal Supreme
Rachel Atherton - Atherton Prototype

Leogang Round 3:
Loic Bruni - Specialized Demo
Tracey Hannah - Polygon XSquare
Vallnord Round 4:
Loic Bruni - Specialized Demo
Rachel Atherton - Atherton Prototype

Les Gets Round 5:
Amaury Pierron - Commencal Supreme
Tracey Hannah - Polygon XSquare
Val di Sole Round 6:
Laurie Greenland - Mondraker Summum
Marine Cabirou - Scott Gambler

Lenzerheide Round 7:
Amaury Pierron - Commencal Supreme
Marine Cabirou - Scott Gambler
Snowshoe Round 8:
Danny Hart - Saracen Myst
Marine Cabirou - Scott Gambler

Mont-Sainte-Anne World Champs:
Loic Bruni - Specialized Demo
Myriam Nicole - Commencal Supreme



2018

Losinj Round 1:
Aaron Gwin - YT Tues
Myriam Nicole - Commencal Supreme
Fort William Round 2:
Amaury Pierron - Commencal Supreme
Tahnee Seagrave - Transition TR11

Leogang Round 3:
Amaury Pierron - Commencal Supreme
Rachel Atherton - Trek Session
Val di Sole Round 4:
Amaury Pierron - Commencal Supreme
Tahnee Seagrave Transition TR11

Vallnord Round 5:
Loris Vergier - Santa Cruz V10
Tahnee Seagrave - Transition TR11
Mont-Sainte-Anne Round 6:
Loic Bruni - Specialized Demo
Rachel Atherton - Trek Session

La Bresse Round 7:
Martin Maes - GT Fury
Rachel Atherton - Trek Session
Lenzerheide World Champs:
Loic Bruni - Specialized Demo
Rachel Atherton - Trek Session



2017

Lourdes Round 1:
Alexandre Fayolle - Polygon Collosus
Rachel Atherton - Trek Session
Fort William Round 2:
Greg Minnaar - Santa Cruz V10
Tracey Hannah - Polygon Collosus

Leogang Round 3:
Aaron Gwin - YT Tues
Tahnee Seagrave - Transition TR11
Vallnord Round 4:
Troy Brosnan - Canyon Sender
Myriam Nicole - Commencal Supreme

Lenzerheide Round 5:
Greg Minnaar - Santa Cruz V10
Myriam Nicole - Commencal Supreme
Mont-Sainte-Anne Round 6:
Aaron Gwin - YT Tues
Tahnee Seagrave - Transition TR11

Val-di-Sole Round 7:
Aaron Gwin - YT Tues
Tahnee Seagrave - Transition TR11
Cairns World Champs:
Loic Bruni - Specialized Demo
Miranda Miller - Specialized Demo



2016

Lourdes Round 1:
Aaron Gwin - YT Tues
Rachel Atherton - Trek Session
Cairns Round 2:
Loic Bruni - Specialized Demo
Rachel Atherton - Trek Session

Fort William Round 3:
Greg Minnaar - Santa Cruz V10
Rachel Atherton - Trek Session
Leogang Round 4:
Aaron Gwin - YT Tues
Rachel Atherton - Trek Session

Lenzerheide Round 5:
Danny Hart - Mondraker Summum
Rachel Atherton - Trek Session
Mont-Sainte-Anne Round 6:
Danny Hart - Mondraker Summum
Rachel Atherton - Trek Session

Vallnord Round 7:
Danny Hart - Mondraker Summum
Rachel Atherton - Trek Session
Val di Sole World Champs:
Danny Hart - Mondraker Summum
Rachel Atherton - Trek Session



2015

Lourdes Round 1:
Aaron Gwin - Specialized Demo
Emmeline Ragot - Mondraker Summum
Fort William Round 2:
Greg Minnaar - Santa Cruz V10
Rachel Atherton - Trek Session

Leogang Round 3:
Aaron Gwin - Specialized Demo
Rachel Atherton - Trek Session
Lenzerheide Round 4:
Greg Minnaar - Santa Cruz V10
Rachel Atherton - Trek Session

Mont-Sainte-Anne Round 5:
Josh Bryceland - Santa Cruz V10
Rachel Atherton - Trek Session
Windham Round 6:
Aaron Gwin - Specialized Demo
Rachel Atherton - Trek Session

Val di Sole Round 7:
Aaron Gwin - Specialized Demo
Rachel Atherton - Trek Session
Vallnord World Champs:
Loic Bruni - Lapiere DH
Rachel Atherton - Trek Session



2014

Pietermaritzburg Round 1:
Aaron Gwin - Specialized Enduro Evo
Manon Carpenter - Saracen Myst
Cairns Round 2:
Gee Atherton - GT Fury
Rachel Atherton - GT Fury

Fort William Round 3:
Troy Brosnan - Specialized Demo
Emmeline Ragot - Lapierre DH
Leogang Round 4:
Josh Bryceland - Santa Cruz V10
Manon Carpenter - Saracen Myst

Mont-Sainte-Anne Round 5:
Sam Hill - Nukeproof Pulse
Manon Carpenter - Saracen Myst
Windham Round 6:
Josh Bryceland - Santa Cruz V10
Emmeline Ragot - Lapierre DH

Meribel Round 7:
Sam Hill - Nukeproof Pulse
Rachel Atherton - GT Fury
Hafjell World Champs:
Gee Atherton - GT Fury
Manon Carpenter - Saracen Myst



2013

Fort William Round 1:
Gee Atherton - GT Fury
Rachel Atherton - GT Fury
Val di Sole Round 2:
Gee Atherton - GT Fury
Rachel Atherton - GT Fury

Vallnord Round 3:
Remi Thirion - Commencal Supreme
Rachel Atherton - GT Fury
Mont-Sainte-Anne Round 4:
Steve Smith - Devinci Wilson
Emmeline Ragot - Lapierre DH

Hafjell Round 5:
Steve Smith - Devinci Wilson
Rachel Atherton - GT Fury
Leogang Round 6:
Steve Smith - Devinci Wilson
Emmeline Ragot - Lapierre DH

Pietermaritzburg World Champs:
Greg Minnaar - Santa Cruz V10
Rachel Atherton - GT Fury



2012

Pietermaritzburg Round 1:
Greg Minnaar - Santa Cruz V10
Tracey Hannah - Morewood Makulu
Val di Sole Round 2:
Aaron Gwin - Trek Session
Rachel Atherton - GT Fury

Fort William Round 3:
Aaron Gwin - Trek Session
Emmeline Ragot - Mondraker Summum
Mont-Sainte-Anne Round 4:
Aaron Gwin - Trek Session
Rachel Atherton - GT Fury

Windham Round 5:
Aaron Gwin - Trek Session
Rachel Atherton - GT Fury
Val d’Isere Round 6:
Brook MacDonald - Mondraker Summum
Rachel Atherton - GT Fury

Hafjell Round 7:
Steve Smith - Devinci Wilson
Rachel Atherton - GT Fury
Leogang World Champs:
Greg Minnaar - Santa Cruz V10
Morgane Charre - Specialized Demo



2011

Pietermaritzburg Round 1:
Aaron Gwin - Trek Session
Tracy Moseley - Trek Session
Fort William Round 2:
Greg Minnaar - Santa Cruz V10
Tracy Moseley - Trek Session

Leogang Round 3:
Aaron Gwin - Trek Session
Floriane Pugin - Scott Gambler
Mont-Sainte-Anne Round 4:
Aaron Gwin - Trek Session
Tracy Moseley - Trek Session

Windham Round 5:
Aaron Gwin - Trek Session
Rachel Atherton - Commencal Supreme
La Bresse Round 6:
Greg Minnaar - Santa Cruz V10
Tracy Moseley - Trek Session

Val di Sole Round 7:
Aaron Gwin - Trek Session
Myriam Nicole - Commencal Supreme
Champery World Champs:
Danny Hart - Giant Glory
Emmeline Ragot - Mondraker Summum



2010

Maribor Round 1:
Greg Minnaar - Santa Cruz V10
Rachel Atherton - Commencal Supreme
Fort William Round 2:
Gee Atherton - Commencal Supreme
Sabrina Jonnier - Rocky Mountain Flatline

Leogang Round 3:
Greg Minnaar - Santa Cruz V10
Sabrina Jonnier - Rocky Mountain Flatline
Champery Round 4:
Gee Atherton - Commencal Supreme
Emmeline Ragot - Intense M9

Val di Sole Round 5:
Marc Beaumont - GT Fury
Emmeline Ragot - Intense M9
Windham Round 6:
Gee Atherton - Commencal Supreme
Rachel Atherton Commencal Supreme

Mont-Sainte-Anne World Champs:
Sam Hil - Specialized Demo
Tracy Moseley - Trek Session



2009

Pietermaritzburg Round 1:
Greg Minnaar - Santa Cruz V10
Tracy Moseley - Trek Session
La Bresse Round 2:
Steve Peat - Santa Cruz V10
Sabrina Jonnier - Rocky Mountain Flatline

Vallnord Round 3:
Steve Peat - Santa Cruz V10
Sabrina Jonnier - Rocky Mountain Flatline
Fort William Round 4:
Greg Minnaar - Santa Cruz V10
Tracy Moseley - Trek Session

Maribor Round 5:
Fabien Barel - Mondraker Summon
Sabrina Jonnier - Rocky Mountain Flatline
Mont-Sainte-Anne Round 6:
Sam Hill - Specialized Demo
Sabrina Jonnier - Rocky Mountain Flatline

Bromont Round 7:
Greg Minnaar - Santa Cruz V10
Sabrina Jonnier - Rocky Mountain Flatline
Schladming Round 8:
Sam Hill - Specialized Demo
Tracy Moseley - Trek Session

Canberra World Champs:
Steve Peat - Santa Cruz V10
Emmeline Ragot - Turner DHR



2008

Maribor Round 1:
Sam Hill - Iron Horse Sunday
Sabrina Jonnier - Iron Horse Sunday
Vallnord Round 2:
Gee Atherton - Commencal Supreme
Rachel Atherton - Commencal Supreme

Fort William Round 3:
Greg Minnaar - Santa Cruz V10
Tracy Moseley - Kona Stab
Mont-Sainte-Anne Round 4:
Greg Minnaar - Santa Cruz V10
Rachel Atherton - Commencal Supreme

Bromont Round 5:
Sam Hill - Iron Horse Sunday
Rachel Atherton - Commencal Supreme
Canberra Round 6:
Greg Minnaar - Santa Cruz V10
Tracy Moseley - Kona Stab

Schladming Round 7:
Sam Blenkinsop - Yeti 303
Rachel Atherton - Commencal Supreme
Val di Sole World Champs:
Gee Atherton - Commencal Supreme
Rachel Atherton - Commencal Supreme



2007

Vigo Round 1:
Marc Beaumont - Santa Cruz V10
Sabrina Jonnier - Iron Horse Sunday
Champery Round 2:
Matti Lehikoinen - Honda RN01
Marielle Saner - Turner DHR

Mont-Sainte-Anne Round 3:
Sam Hill - Iron Horse Sunday
Sabrina Jonnier - Iron Horse Sunday
Schladming Round 4:
Sam Hill - Iron Horse Sunday
Tracey Hannah - Orange 224

Maribor Round 5:
Sam Hill - Iron Horse Sunday
Rachel Atherton - Commencal Supreme
Fort William World Champs:
Sam Hill - Iron Horse Sunday
Sabrina Jonnier - Iron Horse Sunday



2006

Vigo Round 1:
Mick Hannah - Cannondale Judge
Tracy Moseley - Kona Stab
Fort William Round 2:
Sam Hill - Iron Horse Sunday
Tracy Moseley - Kona Stab

Willingen Round 3:
Steve Peat - Santa Cruz V10
Tracy Moseley - Kona Stab
Mont-Sainte-Anne Round 4:
Chris Kovarik - Intense M6
Sabrina Jonnier - Iron Horse Sunday

Balneario Camboriu Round 5:
Matti Lehikoinen - Honda RN01
Rachel Atherton - Giant Glory
Schladming Round 6:
Sam Hill - Iron Horse Sunday
Sabrina Jonnier - Iron Horse Sunday

Rotorua World Champs:
Sam Hill - Iron Horse Sunday
Sabrina Jonnier - Iron Horse Sunday



2005

Vigo Round 1:
Steve Peat - Orange 223
Sabrina Jonnier - Intense M6
Willingen Round 2:
Greg Minnaar - Honda RN01
Anne-Caroline Chausson - Commencal Supreme

Schladming Round 3:
Sam Hill - Iron Horse Sunday
Anne-Caroline Chausson - Commencal Supreme
Mont-Sainte-Anne Round 4:
Fabien Barel - Kona Stab
Tracy Moseley - Kona Stab

Balneario Camboriu Round 5:
Greg Minnaar - Honda RN01
Tracy Moseley - Kona Stab
Angel Fire Round 6:
Greg Minnaar - Honda RN01
Sabrina Jonnier - Intense M6

Pila Round 7:
Sam Hill - Iron Horse Sunday
Anne-Caroline Chausson - Commencal Supreme
Fort William Round 8:
Steve Peat - Orange 223
Tracy Moseley - Kona Stab

Livigno World Champs:
Fabien Barel - Kona Stab
Anne-Caroline Chausson - Commencal Supreme



2004

Fort William Round 1:
Greg Minnaar - Honda RN01
Anne-Caroline Chausson - Commencal Supreme
Les Deux Alpes Round 2:
Steve Peat - Orange 223
Tracy Moseley - Kona Stab

Schladming Round 3:
Gee Atherton - Intense M1 (MuddyFox)
Marielle Saner - MSC F-1.0 DH
Mont-Sainte-Anne Round 4:
Steve Peat - Orange 223
Sabrina Jonnier - Intense M3

Calgary Round 5:
David Vazquez Lopez - MSC F-1.0 DH
Celine Gros - Scott High Octane
Livigno Round 6:
David Vazquez Lopez - MSC F-1.0 DH
Celine Gros - Scott High Octane

Les Gets World Champs:
Fabien Barel - Kona Stab
Vanessa Quin - Intense M3



2003

Fort William Round 1:
Cedric Gracia - Cannondale Gemini
Celine Gros - Scott High Octane
Alpe d’Huez Round 2:
Nathan Rennie - Iron Horse Sunday
Anne-Caroline Chausson - Commencal Supreme (Prototype)

Mont-Sainte-Anne Round 3:
Steve Peat - Orange 223
Fionn Griffiths - Foes DHS
Grouse Mountain Round 5:
Ivan Oulego Moreneo - Santa Cruz V10
Fionn Griffiths - Foes DHS

Kaprun Round 6:
David Vazquez Lopez - MSC F-1.0 DH
Marla Streb - Santa Cruz V10
Lugano World Champs:
Greg Minnaar - Haro DHR (Produced by Intense)
Anne-Caroline Chausson - Commencal Supreme (Prototype)



2002

Fort William Round 1:
Chris Kovarik - Intense M1
Tracy Moseley - Kona Stab
Maribor Round 2:
Chris Kovarik - Intense M1
Anne-Caroline Chausson - Cannondale Gemini

Mont-Sainte-Anne Round 3:
Steve Peat - Orange 222
Anne-Caroline Chausson - Cannondale Gemini
Telluride Round 5:
Steve Peat - Orange 222
Anne-Caroline Chausson - Cannondale Gemini

Les Gets Round 6:
Steve Peat - Orange 222
Anne-Caroline Chausson - Cannondale Gemini
Kaprun World Champs:
Nicolas Vouilloz - VProcess NV02
Anne-Caroline Chausson - Cannondale Gemini



2001

Maribor Round 1:
Steve Peat - GT DHi
Anne-Caroline Chausson - Cannondale Gemini
Vars Round 2:
Steve Peat - GT DHi
Anne-Caroline Chausson - Cannondale Gemini

Grouse Mountain Round 3:
Fabien Barel - GT DHi
Anne-Caroline Chausson - Cannondale Gemini
Durango Round 4:
Mickael Pascal - Be-One DH
Anne-Caroline Chausson - Cannondale Gemini

Arai Mountain Round 5:
Nicolas Vouilloz - VProcess NV01
Anne-Caroline Chausson - Cannondale Gemini
Leysin Round 6:
Mickael Pascal - Be-One DH
Katja Repo - GT DHi

Kaprun Round 7:
Greg Minnaar - Orange 222
Anne-Caroline Chausson - Cannondale Gemini
Mont-Sainte-Anne Round 8:
Chris Kovarik - Intense M1
Sabrina Jonnier - Intense M1

Vail World Champs:
Nicolas Vouilloz - VProcess NV01
Anne-Caroline Chausson - Cannondale Gemini



2000

Les Gets Round 1:
David Vazquez Lopez - Specialized FSH DH
Anne-Caroline Chausson - Cannondale Gemini
Cortina d’Ampezzo Round 2:
Nicolas Vouilloz - VProcess NV00
Anne-Caroline Chausson - Cannondale Gemini

Maribor Round 3:
Nicolas Vouilloz - VProcess NV00
Leigh Donovan - Schwinn Straight 8
Mont-Sainte-Anne Round 4:
Fabien Barel - GT DHi
Missy Giove - Foes DHS

Vail Round 5:
Steve Peat - GT Dhi
Anne-Caroline Chausson - Cannondale Gemini
Arai Mountain Round 6:
Nicolas Vouilloz - VProcess NV00
Anne-Caroline Chausson - Cannondale Gemini

Kaprun Round 7:
Nicolas Vouilloz - VProcess NV00
Anne-Caroline Chausson - Cannondale Gemini
Leysin Round 8:
Cedric Gracia - Cannondale Cannondale Gemini
Anne-Caroline Chausson - Cannondale Gemini

Sierra Nevada World Champs:
Myles Rockwell - Giant ATX DH
Anne-Caroline Chausson - Cannondale Gemini





137 Comments

  • 377 17
 So the winning-est bike is Rachel Atherton then...?
  • 126 234
flag johnny2shoes (Feb 16, 2021 at 4:57) (Below Threshold)
 @Riyadh: I'm sure this was written in jest but really this misogyny is shitty. Can you delete this and think a bit about your attitude towards women and towards one of our sports greatest champions?
  • 31 118
flag PeteNoble13 (Feb 16, 2021 at 5:22) (Below Threshold)
 @johnny2shoes: Well said
  • 72 6
 @johnny2shoes: Absolutely, It was not meant as it sounded, and as I pressed submit, I realised thats wrong. I cant delete, there does not seem to be such a feature. My apologies.
  • 18 200
flag dualcrownscottspark (Feb 16, 2021 at 6:22) (Below Threshold)
 @Riyadh: the fact that you wrote that is disgusting in itself. I think that it should stay up, and you should be ridiculed for it. I don’t care that it wasn’t meant as it sounded, it was written, and you thought that. That’s the problem here. It’s disgusting.
  • 53 9
 @dualcrownscottspark: Thankfully yours will stay up too, so we can see how disgusting your thought patterns are. Glad you are also being ridiculed, lmao.
  • 11 86
flag dualcrownscottspark (Feb 16, 2021 at 8:16) (Below Threshold)
 @thustlewhumber: I still stand by my point. It is sad how misogynistic some people are.
  • 11 5
 @Riyadh: Understood and thank you.
  • 10 76
flag dualcrownscottspark (Feb 16, 2021 at 8:29) (Below Threshold)
 @Riyadh: Thank you, for your apology. Think about what your saying next time. Misogyny is gross.
  • 141 33
 "disgusting"
"misogyny"
"think about your attitude"
"you should be ridiculed"
"you thought that"
"misogyny is gross"

The thought police are out in full force this morning.
So glad you are here to order us all on how we should or should not jest.... Oh Highest Master of Internet Courtesy & Condemnation. You are truly wise and omnipotent in these matters.
  • 25 8
 @Riyadh: Don't worry about it. Some people are on a hair-trigger these days and are unwilling to forgive.
  • 19 35
flag dualcrownscottspark (Feb 16, 2021 at 10:11) (Below Threshold)
 @suspended-flesh: Agreed, this thread is a mess. Riyadh, your forgiven. We all make mistakes, and sometimes people, like myself, get a little overly mad. I apologize for writing some of the things I have written. I went over the top. Lesson of the day, read what you write, and realize what it will mean to others.
  • 6 14
flag drivereight (Feb 16, 2021 at 11:59) (Below Threshold)
 No, its 26" Bikes! But yeah, the author should separate Men and Women into their category unless we race without gender identication. Most win bike/ Men's, Most win bike/Women...but the the author to place Rachael's/ Bike win with men's is laughable.
  • 2 0
 Came to say that!
  • 8 20
flag bike-lair (Feb 16, 2021 at 15:21) (Below Threshold)
 Lotta 40 y/o men getting pissed at a 13 y/o girl for saying misogyny is a bad thing, maybe the lesson here is that pb commenters are crazy judgemental and voting on things other ppl say isn’t helping
  • 4 0
 @dualcrownscottspark: @bike-lair: Not only that, we didn't even check the age or gender of the OP. The internet really brings out my best side, I tell ya. Peace to all.
  • 9 1
 2021 is joke free dude no jokes plz making people laugh is illegal k thx bai
  • 11 0
 To be honest I was simply pointing out that Rachel's contribution to the top 2 bikes (+ the GT Fury). I'm not convinced that any of the modern DH bikes are better or worse than each other - I think its more to do with whether or not a rider can setup the bike to his/her liking.
Take Bulldog as an example, didn't get on with the GT then got a new lease of life back on Mondraker.

Really wasn't expecting that level of response from some of the comments - this is the internet after all. Perhaps I should know better.
  • 6 0
 @eddieantifreeze: Rachel definitely did a ton for those two brands. I would be curious to see where they would be if we took her out of this data. Might figure that out later.
  • 5 1
 @eddieantifreeze: Don't explain. Don't apologize. Just let it marinate and watch the block of internet cheese melt into it's pan until it burns and sticks to everything and scorches black. Beer

@greasecheese7 you are my inspiration for the awful metaphor.
  • 2 1
 @bike-lair: well said, Jesus Christ it's incredible that a 13yo girl calling out misogyny receives a response like this, and even gets heavily downvoted for making a mature apology

@dualcrownscottspark: sorry you got this shitty treatment
  • 4 0
 @overconfident: Thank you. This is an awful thread. I'm still not sure why so many disagreed with me, and my apology. First reply, yes, it was rightfully downvoted. The others? I'm not so sure. Although I still stand by many of the things I had said in the first one (to a slightly toned down point). The fact that all of the comments that mention misogyny got heavily downvoted disgusts me. Honestly, it makes me sad about the world I'm going to have to deal with.

If someone could explain why they disagree with all the points I made I would greatly appreciate it. I feel like those who disagree are saying misogyny is a good thing, and that a woman's purpose is to do a man's bidding.(YUCK!) To those who think that, and even those that don't, flip that concept over and just think about how it would effect you. Then realize that there are so many woman that live that, imagine how awful that would be!

This thread really made me realize how awful people are. Although I already knew, this really proves it though. I am so glad I was born in the 2000s and not the 1950s and before. I know that misogyny will always be here (although it doesn't have to be) and it will not be gone in my lifetime. But I can at least be happy that I wasn't born in the decades where woman couldn't even work, were treated so poorly, and wouldn't have been able to do any sports at all!

@thustlewhumber and @cuban-b-can-blow-me I understand that your comments may have been satire, but they really were not funny. Also, what are your opinions on what I've said? I'm curious.
  • 3 0
 @dualcrownscottspark: This may sound a bit suspect, but there is a notorious PB poster screen-named @DoubleCrownAddict: who is on an insane SJW campaign against YT Industries (have a look). I'd like to think that at least some DVs came your way from a knee-jerk reaction to your username and gave no consideration to the actual content of your post, let alone your age or gender. I hope that's true, anyway. This site has come a long way, but like Dystopia is fond of saying, Human=Garbage. Hang in there.
  • 2 0
 @suspended-flesh: Perhaps. I think DoubleCrownAddict's campaign against YT is honestly pretty funny. Although I'm not entirely sure whether its satire or not.
I also really hope what you're saying is true, but I'm not sure it is. I mean @johnny2shoes, @PeteNoble13, and @bike-lair also got downvoted a ton for saying things very close to what I did.
  • 2 3
 @dualcrownscottspark said: " I understand that your comments may have been satire, but they really were not funny. Also, what are your opinions on what I've said? I'm curious."

Glad you asked. I have 15 & 17 year old daughters who are online all day everyday. But they understand that the internet is shock and awe and pretend.

Miss, you are speaking to "actors'. No one typing in these comments is the person you meet in real life. So when you argue all the things you did, you're NOT SAYING THEM TO A REAL PERSON.

You're arguing with characters who choose their role upon a whim. This is not real. If we were all standing around, none of what has been read would be said.

And that is NOT because online people "show their true selves". It's because online, they can pretend to be someone else.

So don't be offended. This is the nerdiest Wonderland and you Alice are trying to debate the Mad Hatter. You are young, excited about bikes and should definitely enjoy the articles, the videos, etc. We all love bikes.

But you are getting upset with people wearing masks and speaking in false voices. Don't fall victim to nonsense.
I would caution my daughters to do the same, but no teenage girl listens to their dad. Big Grin
  • 2 0
 @cuban-b-can-blow-me: that comment is totally patronising to @dualcrownscottspark. And by sowing doubt in her mind about whether she can trust her own perfectly reasonable reading of the situation, it borders on gaslighting (although I suspect that's not your intention).

For some people what they say online is an act, for many others it's not. Riyadh said something sexist, then he was ashamed of saying this, so he apologised sincerly and deleted it; this is not the behaviour of someone just 'acting' out online, this is someone being accountable for what they say, as they know it has meaning.

And people don't randomly upvote and downvote in ways unrelated to their values. Riyadh received 72 upvotes *for his apology*. Yet, after being downvoted 200 times for calling out misogamy, dualcrownscottspark got another 30+ downvotes for apologising for her calling it out so strongly. It's all a mess.

After all of that, telling her not to be offended because it's all just a game is incredibly disrespectful.

All that said, she's proved she can defend herself and doesn't need someone like me to do it for her, so I'm out of here.
  • 3 0
 @cuban-b-can-blow-me: I don't agree with what you've said, but I can see your point. I'm glad your daughters understand that people are different people online than they are in real life. Yet having anonymity and a different personality does not make the things that were said any better.

I try not to take these things seriously. Yet when people are obviously sexist, I cannot stand it and will say something about it.

Honestly, though, we all need to get off our computers and get on our bikes to go for a nice long ride.
  • 2 2
 This will be my last response to all of you:
"Are you coming to bed?"
"I can't. This is important."
"What?"
"SOMEONE IS WRONG ON THE INTERNET"

That meme is older than you are and it's the only one you should ever take to heart

@dualcrownscottspark: you're 13 & defending the world against online nameless, faceless misogyny and sexism. That alone should make you turn off your computer. You really are a kid and enjoying that part of life is something the rest of us would love to have back.

@overconfident "gaslighting" ??? Synonym for butthurt. Good on you for being one of the internet SJW sheep for using it. You're so "woke". The internet is pretend. Can't convince me otherwise.

Bye folks. I've got a fantasy DH race season to win.
  • 2 0
 @eddieantifreeze: some people don’t have a sense of humor haha. I laughed
  • 158 0
 What do we learn? It's the rider, not the bike..
  • 22 0
 Yeah it comes down to which brand had the fastest riders sponsored over the decade. And if the brand changed the model name it wouldn't show up.
  • 16 3
 I think tyres ar probably as important as the bike @tabletop84:

I want to know what are the wining-ist tyres.
And does switching to or from maxxis, change your overall WC result
Need to actually know what tyres were used.
Not the tyres that were supplied/sponsored
  • 15 0
 It's a bit of an insult to Myriam Nicole and Amaury Pierron to say that the Commencal V4 didn't start winning until they used 29" wheels, pretty sure Myriam used the 27.5 version for a lot of wins anyway.
  • 2 0
 Absolutely. None of these stats say anything about the performance of a bike.

Too bad, it could be analyzed by factoring out the rider.

#of top 10 finishes on different riders.
Index by # of bikes raced that day by brand (of data available)

This article reads like most of the “due diligence” posted on r/wallstreetbets
  • 133 0
 So cannondale hasent had a win for 18~ years and their DH bike still has more wc wins than the Specialized Demo during this century. Thats a pretty wild statistic
  • 111 1
 Yeah, that's a real head shok.
  • 1 0
 ha that's so true kinda crazy
  • 28 1
 @bigtim: Yep, straight out of lefty field!
  • 13 0
 Anne Caroline Chausson could probably come out of retirement on her dusty old Gemini and still add to that number too. The Gemini was a nice bike at the time, but in this case, it's a LOT about the rider, and ACC is one of the best ever.
  • 10 0
 Anne Caro was the beast. At one point in time, when we all walked up to look at the results sheet or pulled it up in the print version of magazines or the USA Cycling print mag, you'd look to see how many men's time she beat. If I'm not wrong, I think she would finish just outside top 20 Mens with an earlier AM start time on a less optimal course.
  • 3 0
 The power of ACC
  • 8 0
 Awesome that Foes has just as many as Giant(at about 1/1000th of the investment I would guess), and more than much bigger brands Canyon, Be-One, Nukeproof, and Cube. Also funny that Honda has 6.
  • 96 1
 Looks like a session won.
  • 3 0
 Makes perfect sense now that PBers think bikes are trying to look like a session.
  • 86 0
 What wasn't taken into account is color. Is red really faster?
  • 35 0
 I am excited to read this dissertation... "Performance Increases in Relation to the Color Spectrum in Early 21st Century Mountain Biking"
  • 3 0
 @CrimsonGrimace21: LoL Title; approved!
  • 30 1
 @CrimsonGrimace21: do you want a job?
  • 8 0
 Couldn’t find that one. But found these. Haha

Color red increases the speed and strength of reactions
www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2011/06/110602122349.htm

Can exposure to the colour red change behaviour? Prof G. Neil Martin reviews the evidence.

thepsychologist.bps.org.uk/volume-30/august-2017/seeing-red


@CrimsonGrimace21:
  • 82 2
 I was interested in what effect taking Women's results out would have since the competitive level has been different over the years. Nothing against Chaussen, Atherton, Moseley, and Jonnier for dominating the Women's field like they did for so long. I just thought it just may skew the manufacturer data a bit, and potentially could offer some other insights.

Manufacturer results 2000-2020 mens wins (female wins):
Santa Cruz: 31 (2)
Specialized: 19 (1)
Commencal: 12 (22)
Iron Horse: 12 (7)
GT: 11 (13)
Trek: 10 (2Cool

Looking at this data it sure looks like Specialized and Santa Cruz need to step up their factory team support for female riders! Only 3 first places over 20 years. Props have to go out to Commencal and Trek for finding and supporting the fastest female DH riders and walking the walk to make DH more inclusive over the past 20 years.
  • 16 0
 Trek is supposed to say 28 in the female win place, but that sunglasses emoji got in the way. hahaha
  • 8 1
 Do they need to step up their factory team support for female riders, or were they just not fortunate enough to land one of the four riders you mentioned who dominated for so long? What happens when you expand to second and third places? Do other manufacturers become more relevant? Expanded to the top 10 places? I honestly don't know -- just asking the question, because I think that needs to be considered as well.
  • 6 0
 @TheR: If you don't look you don't find.
  • 40 0
 2014 Rd 1 Aaron Gwin was on a Spesh Enduro Evo, not a Demo
  • 16 0
 Good spot! We have corrected the article now.
  • 3 0
 @edspratt: rd 1 in 2012 was a Morewood Makulu with Tracey Hannah smashing the pedals
  • 1 1
 @edspratt: Although neither are World Cup wins, you mentioned Wilson’s World Champs win; Kade Edwards took home a gold medal at the 2018 World Champs in the junior class on a Session.
  • 18 0
 This really is a study on the truly great riders....

Atherton: Wins on 4 bikes. A couple would not be anywhere near where they are on the list without her.
Minnaar: V10 barely ranks without him.
Peaty: Wins on 4.
Sam Hill: Wins on 3. Single handedly put some brands on the list.
Gwin on 3 bikes. Without him YT isn nowhere.


To me this study is awesome but really show the value of quality riders to brands and why they're worth getting paid.
  • 17 0
 Data makes me happy so good, but this shows that it's the rider not the bike, as A-C and Rachel basically win on whatever they're clipped in to.
  • 6 1
 Clips faster than flats confirmed
  • 17 0
 Sam Hill on the old iron horse. What a bike and rider combo that was.
  • 8 0
 Every time the Ironhorse creeps back up, I `need to look at this
www.vitalmtb.com/features/The-Sunday-Shreds-Again-A-Legend-Reborn,2240
  • 15 0
 Didn't expect to see Cannondale up there! All down to AC Chausson!
  • 8 0
 She was (and still is!) a beast!
  • 11 0
 This article is longer than Melbourne’s four month lockdown.

Huge props to putting it together Edward !
  • 10 0
 thinking beyond frames for a minute - is Rachel Atherton the most successful DH rider of the past 20 years?
  • 10 1
 She's arguably the greatest ever.
  • 6 0
 "The most successful years for Trek's downhill bike came from the pairing of Tracy Moseley and Aaron Gwin with eight and nine wins each respectively. Closely following this period was Rachel Atherton's dominant racing period in where she took 20 wins onboard the Session. "

Rachel had 20 wins, making those years the most successful for Trek. ACC+ AG had 17.
  • 3 0
 Shhhhhhhh. That requires math.
  • 9 0
 Marketing strategy: Just give the bike to Rachel.
  • 5 0
 More like.... find the next Rachel.

YT should have given 10% of the company to keep Holl.
  • 5 0
 More accurately it is the company that spends the most money to hold the best riders that has the winning-est bike? YT and Trek seem to owe quite a few of those wins to Gwin

Joking aside I'm glad to see that the rider is the determining factor
  • 4 0
 @edspratt One more correction: At the 2003 Worlds in Lugano, Greg was on a Haro DHR. Although made by Intense, as a mix between an M1 and an Uzzi DH, and very similar to an M1, this bike isn't in fact an M1 and was sold separately by Haro.

It would be interesting how these charts would change if you count the entire podiums, what bike would be dominant then?
  • 4 0
 I‘m still on that 26“ Session Gwin rode and whenever i switch bikes with someone for a few runs, i‘m convinced i will keep riding it until that damn thing breaks apart Smile
  • 1 0
 i have 2 of these bikes, a 2012 and a 2013, and they'll have to pry them from my cold dead hands lol
  • 7 0
 Can we agree, 26"Wheel for the most win to date!!
  • 5 0
 Same it didn't go back a few more years, be interesting to see how far up Sunn bikes & AC Chausson would be.
  • 6 0
 This was a fun one. Thanks for pulling this together!
  • 6 0
 Just shows how amazingly good Rachel is. Wow.
  • 4 0
 You know what they say about statistics:

Lies,
damm Lies,
and they all look like a Session.

All joking assided well done on the geek-out analysis.
  • 2 0
 The forst one did
  • 2 0
 And this is why so many DH or FR bikes look like a Trek Session. Interesting I was under the impression the Steve Peat had a more significant record that Greg Minnaar, apparently although his tenure was long his winning resume was not as substantial as Greg's. Also did not realize that Rachel's resume was as impressive as it is. Damn that woman has won a lot of races.
  • 5 0
 where is giant in this list ? or morewood bikes ?
  • 1 0
 6th or lower ????‍♂️
  • 4 0
 Modest representation for these two, but you can see it, if you look closely.

Only Tracey took a Morewood to a win, while the Giant was piloted by Danny, in his famous Champery run, by Rach at Balneario Camboriu in her early years, before their team moved to Commencal, and by the legendary Myles Rockwell in Sierra Nevada, when he slept an extra hour, ditched training and wore moto clothes to fight the odds (and the lycra) for the win.
  • 4 0
 We all love a loser! Need to see the list of the most unsuccessful DH bikes.
  • 6 0
 Would love to see the most number of DNFs by brand
  • 4 0
 The most shocking fact I saw in the article was: a Schwinn won a World Cup DH race?!?!?!!
  • 5 0
 Leigh Donovan for Schwinn/Toyota Rav4 at Maribor in 2000. I'm shocked that you're shocked.

The Straight 6 and Straight 8 were derivative of the Lawwill Yeti DH-8 both made in Golden CO. 2000 was sort of the end of high end Schwinn as they and GT filed for bankruptcy the next year - not before a group of employees bought Yeti and saved the brand to become what it is today.

Prior to this, the Schwinn/Toyota Rav4 team was extremely competitive in the late 90's with riders like Elke Brutsaert, John Kirkalde and Cully.
  • 1 0
 We can say it’s just the rider and not the bike, but I wonder what the stats look like in another two years say after Rachael Atherton has ridden the Atherton bike?

I’d imagine, there was probably a combined effect of athlete in peak performance, coupled with familiar set up, for Rachael Atherton and the Trek Session wins?
  • 1 0
 I wonder what it would look like over the whole point scoring field? So if you had one Trek Session entered, but it won, it certainly looks successful, but if you have ten Demos entered and three score points, how would that look?
It's a bit like how many wins a fork has, if 90% of the field are running 40s or Boxxers, than much better does a win look for Manitou or Ohlins?
  • 1 0
 One thing that should be considered is that in the early days of women's dh the depth of the field was not as great as the men's so it's not surprising that a few riders dominated for a long time. This isn't to take away from how good they are on the bike, but it does tend to skew the results with the the way the article is set up. It would be interesting to see how the results played out if there were separate men's and women's categories.
  • 4 0
 Did we ever find out what was in the snack box on Bruni's red Demo?
  • 3 0
 I hope nothing to just troll the world.
  • 1 1
 Its somewhat pointless to look at numbers over such a wide period of time as they are simply not the same bike for example the commencal supreme gen1 is nothing like the gen 3 let alone the current one... All you are comparing at best is what brand MAYBE makes the fastest downhill bikes across this time period and even that is somewhat subjective due to team budget being able to afford the cream of the crop of riders ect
  • 1 0
 Would be interesting to see the numbers in a rolling 5 year period.
  • 1 0
 Best riders + Biggest Companies = Most Wins
What I'd like to see is the list showing the average finishing position by bike of unsponsored riders (or at least outside say the top 20). That might actually tell you something.
  • 2 0
 Pleased to see the Straight 8 up there on a podium, it cops a lot of stick on this site!!
  • 13 11
 Am I the only one that would like it see the numbers based on men’s only? ACC and Rachael are statistical outliers.
  • 7 1
 Agreed. Depth of field is different and usually only the bigger brands can afford to field on the womens side, skewing the numbers. Though sadly this bit of logic will be lost on the folks most likely to be triggered by the suggestion and thus downvotes.
  • 7 0
 I agree with both of you. I'm a data analyst and I wouldn't recommend any of my clients draw conclusions from this data due to ACC and Rachel dominating a smaller field.
  • 6 5
 Lol the over sensitive PC police that can't wait for something to sound slightly out of context so they can tell someone how it is.
  • 3 1
 It’s out of hand.
  • 3 0
 Does Mick Hannah’s win on a cannondale not count??
  • 2 0
 So you're telling me the 2nd bike with the most wins is not a 15k$ carbon bike ?
  • 1 0
 It's amazing that Cannondale is #5 and they missed almost a decade of racing. Shows the "Global Domination" of Volvo-Cannondale and that ACC is the GOAT.
  • 1 0
 Really surprising to see the Cannondale ranked so highly, but highlights just how far ahead of its time it was. Ditto for the IH Sunday.
  • 2 0
 I'd be interested to see what bikes have come 2nd the most think the Sender would be a lot higher up the list haha
  • 1 0
 I was going to say about GT in the top-5 on every table, but RACHEL wins everything!
  • 2 0
 What's the most successful pedal?

*ducks*
  • 1 0
 Now lets see wins and podium finishes per rider on each brand they have ridden/raced.
  • 1 0
 Now I'm curious about the most successful Rampage bike, and then the most successful bike combining Rampage and WC DH.
  • 1 0
 Wish Honda would license the internal gearing from their DH bike to one of the companies making eMTBs.
  • 1 0
 ahhh yes..... just double checked.
  • 1 0
 No photo love for the Supreme V3 Frown
  • 1 3
 I mean aside from the name neither Session, Suprem or Demo have anything in comon between the current version and the first one. It's a bit ridiculous to do such article solely based on bike names.
  • 2 1
 Who took the time to put all this information together? Nice work!!
  • 1 0
 Stats by rider would be great also, I can do the math but am just too lazy
  • 1 0
 Santa cruz v10 -> 2009.. what a winning season on mk3 Smile
  • 1 0
 Not sure the moneyball approach works for bikes on their own?
  • 1 0
 Rennie wasn’t on a sunday in 03, they were the old SGS.
  • 1 0
 Best selling DH bikes are the winners , looser go out of production
  • 1 0
 Most wins during shortest period of time, maybe Iron Horse SUNDAY?
  • 1 0
 I miss cannondale and yeti DH frames
  • 1 0
 C’mon Norco. We’ll get this year coach. ????
  • 1 0
 Not sure where the ???? Came from ????
  • 1 0
 And just like that Commencal shuts up the haters again
  • 1 0
 Rachel Atherthon is the GOAT.
  • 1 0
 Those Geminis go for pennies now; think I'll grab one. Wink
  • 1 0
 Great artical, thanks to who ever for putting it together.
  • 1 0
 What happened in the 1990’s
  • 1 0
 Iron Horse Sunday!
  • 1 0
 This is great!!!
  • 2 3
 I’m sure this has already been said but...really? I know they like to conflate genders on this site, but this is comical.
  • 1 1
 Looks like a Session Wink
  • 1 1
 Honda... lol

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