What happens when you put two of racings most uncompromising characters together away from the race course?

Fabien Barel and Sam Hill have always been racers who do things a little differently. They're both big game hunters, setting their sights each year on that most elusive of prizes - the World Championship title.
Competition like that builds two things - respect and curiosity. To win they each knew they had to give everything and some years it went one way, some it went the other, and the natural result of such competition is utter respect for the person who pushed your limits so far. Yet with that focus came isolation. In the high-pressure world of preparation, racing, then aftermath there is no time to pedal off into the woods.
Despite having raced like this against each other for nearly a decade, they had never just ridden bikes together; they had seen what the other could do on the clock, but never had the chance to follow their wheel.
So when Fabien headed down to the Southern Hemisphere to start filming the fourth season of his Fabien Barel Presents series, there was only one rider he wanted to join him...


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Fabien Barel Presents Chasing Gold with Sam Hill

Fabien Barel Presents Chasing Gold with Sam Hill
Fabien Barel Presents Chasing Gold with Sam Hill

Fabien Barel Presents Chasing Gold with Sam Hill
Fabien Barel Presents Chasing Gold with Sam Hill

Fabien Barel Presents Chasing Gold with Sam Hill

Fabien Barel Presents Chasing Gold with Sam Hill

Fabien Barel Presents Chasing Gold with Sam Hill

bigquotesSam and I have always been chasing for gold. For many years we were racing together with very tight times - Fort William, Les Gets, Livigno... There were only a few tenths of a second between each other and it was definitely very good racing. - Fabien Barel


Fabien Barel Presents Chasing Gold with Sam Hill

Fabien Barel Presents Chasing Gold with Sam Hill

Fabien Barel Presents Chasing Gold with Sam Hill

Fabien Barel Presents Chasing Gold with Sam Hill
Fabien Barel Presents Chasing Gold with Sam Hill

Fabien Barel Presents Chasing Gold with Sam Hill

Fabien Barel Presents Chasing Gold with Sam Hill

Fabien Barel Presents Chasing Gold with Sam Hill

Fabien Barel Presents Chasing Gold with Sam Hill

bigquotesI love all mountain, just going out on my trail bike and exploring new places. You put your hydropack on, take some snacks, and whether you're by yourself or with some friends just have a day on the bike. You have fun and an adventure, find new places and ride some fun trails. - Sam Hill

Fabien Barel Presents Chasing Gold with Sam Hill
Fabien Barel Presents Chasing Gold with Sam Hill

Fabien Barel Presents Chasing Gold with Sam Hill
Fabien Barel Presents Chasing Gold with Sam Hill

Fabien Barel Presents Chasing Gold with Sam Hill

Fabien Barel Presents Chasing Gold with Sam Hill

Fabien Barel Presents Chasing Gold with Sam Hill

Fabien Barel Presents Chasing Gold with Sam Hill
Fabien Barel Presents Chasing Gold with Sam Hill

Fabien Barel Presents Chasing Gold with Sam Hill

Fabien Barel Presents Chasing Gold with Sam Hill

Fabien Barel Presents Chasing Gold with Sam Hill

Fabien Barel Presents Chasing Gold with Sam Hill
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136 Comments

  • + 54
 Was sick to see Mike Jones thrown into the mix. He could have had a mention though?
  • + 20
 His world cup result speaks for him ;-)
  • + 24
 Two legends of the sport. Both are great ambassadors and seem like very genuine characters. I hope Fab and Sam both bring home wins in their respective series this year.
  • + 24
 The words "Sam Hill" on the title made me click on the article faster than Lance Armstrong was injecting roids to win the etaps of tour de france.
  • + 3
 no roids just blood doping
  • + 11
 Good to see Mike Jones paying respect to a LEGEND of the sport; he says to Fabien at 5.20; 'You can't eat that it's already been half eaten, you ballbag!' LOL
  • + 1
 That's Filthy that is.... Funny as! What a find up the mountain though cool little bothy!
  • + 9
 Sam's quote is priceless.
  • + 4
 My thoughts exactly, great quote!
  • + 1
 School blocked the video :/

Which quote was it?
  • + 2
 Nvm. The all- mountain one?
  • + 1
 Yup the all mountain one
  • + 3
 @aks2017 I love all mountain, just going out on my trail bike and exploring new places. You put your hydropack on, take some snacks, and whether you're by yourself or with some friends just have a day on the bike. You have fun and an adventure, find new places and ride some fun trails. - Sam Hill
  • + 7
 Between 2002 and 2015 Sam and Fab have raced against each other 45 times. Non need to guess the overall winner:
www.rootsandrain.com/compare.html?i=2940x11706
  • + 1
 Jeez and that includes a big time gap at ews crankworx.
  • + 6
 #Narro2 - there aren't any other riders like him. No-one can touch him for natural speed on technical tracks and he has the most creative lines since Picasso! 2007 and 08 he was scary fast
  • + 5
 What an amazing time young Mike Jones must have had.. Living the dream, staying with Sam Hill and getting to ride in Fab's 'movie'!! A long way from the S.Wales valleys eh bach!!
  • + 2
 Yep, I reckon we are going to see a lot more of Mike too, the kid has some serious pace!
  • + 3
 These guys are legends and we all like them and know that Fabian is bada$$... but was it just me or did that guy on the green bike make Fabien look slow? look at the cornering and the exit speed at 2:00 and 6:16! hmmm.... could be just me.... but we all know nobody is more bada$$ than the guy on the green bike.
  • + 5
 WOW! So stoked for the style of the page design and even more stoked for these to legendary riders! You've got all our applause Fabien and Sam!
  • + 6
 My girlfriend asked me if I was religious. I showed her this video.
  • + 4
 Sam Hills haircut makes me think of Australias unofficial nation song: I'm a bloke - Chris Franklin.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=W-IPcVaif3Q
  • + 1
 Sams a humble unpretentious racer with a hell of a lot of speed on flats & Fab has made a stellar jump into what is really his domain, check his practice land (where he's from) & you'll see why he excels at up & down. To say that Gwin will walk this years tournament is proper unfair as the Ratboy has come back from injury & put a solid 7th in. His year is going to be good, he's matured so much & with Peat's guidance & mentoring he's a dominator.
  • + 1
 Sam is OUT for the season - torn ligaments in his shoulder - dirtm.ag/HillInjuryUpdate With injured Gee, MInnaar, Stevie Smith, Rat to grab points - Gwin will shut down most everyone else this season. Afraid it will be a run away for Gwin.
  • + 5
 Not to mention he rides flats.
  • + 3
 Sam Hill is so badass he can even get away with an 80s white-trash trailer-park mullet.
  • + 3
 Haha yeah, he'll probably even make it fashionable again!
  • + 2
 Interesting how Sam was just riding straight - no tricks, not trying to show off, just riding. I think it shows just how serious he is about speed.
  • + 3
 He did a manual until he realized the camera was on him, then...back to business.
  • + 3
 Seeing these pics the South Island is looking sick! Proud to be a kiwi!
  • + 2
 Excellent, excellent just excellent. So nice to watch and it features two of the best guys in the sport!
  • + 0
 @ 3:23 i wasn't paying attention and thought that was Sam riding clipless. Thought the internets was going to explode for a second
  • + 2
 what helmet is mike wearing?
  • + 1
 I was wondering that too, plus I can't find the wheels they're riding on the Mavic website either.
  • + 2
 Now I'm afraid he's preparing his exit to Enduro.
  • + 1
 What an unreal adventure!!!! Some of that reminds me of Knox Mtn in Kelowna BC. SO MUCH AWESOMENESS!!!!
  • + 1
 Does that camera guy have a Ronin mounted on an Easy Rig? That's some serious stabilization.
  • + 2
 NOW THAT IS A PHOTO EPIC!!! Good Work!!!
  • + 2
 Good god that camera equipment looks expensive, even compared to the bikes
  • + 2
 I call that pure motivation to go riding. Can't wait for the weekend now!
  • + 2
 Haha mike jones "ya can't eat that ya dirty bastard"
  • + 2
 That's filthy that is!
  • + 1
 Sam, the 1980's called and wants that haircut back.
  • + 1
 Sam is a true westie bringing the rat tail back ,,,,
  • + 1
 Just Awesome to see this today!
  • + 1
 Awesome video! Love these trail/enduro edits.
  • + 1
 Ahahaha "I took all the guts out and now it just a meatsickle!" Awesome.
  • + 1
 now thats mountainbiking!!!
  • + 2
 That's DJI !
  • + 1
 UCI overall DH champ for 2015
  • + 7
 not sure about that. Gwin is on fire. Hill will likely lose points in Leogang and after missing the first round he has a lot of points to catch up on. i'm hoping for a scenario like in 2013 but then with Hill.
  • + 3
 Yeah Sam would need to win around 4 races to take the overall and hope Bruni and Gwin have a terrible result at one round. Fort William, Lenzerheide Mont-Sainte-Anne and Val Di Sole do suit him pretty well. I guess it is possible. I'd love to see him take in that fashion.
  • - 21
flag Narro2 (Apr 21, 2015 at 6:20) (Below Threshold)
 Why does Sam have such a big fanbase? He is good but there are other riders just like him and with better personalities.
His fans are also unique, very absolute standpoints ''Sam is the best, period''.
  • + 4
 Soccer speculations in MTB - GO!
  • + 7
 #Narro2 - there aren't any other riders like him. No-one can touch him for natural speed on technical tracks and he has the most creative lines since Picasso! 2007 and 08 he was scary fast
  • + 9
 Bit early to say Gwin is on fire. He's won one race, that most of the other big guns didn't enter, or were injured for. It was an impressive win, but not exactly sealed up the championship just yet...
  • - 7
flag Narro2 (Apr 21, 2015 at 7:09) (Below Threshold)
 2007 and 08...so soccer speculation and Nostalgia?
  • + 12
 2007 and 2008 he dominated with pure bike handling. None of that making up time on the final straight, health and fitness, clipped in rubbish. Pure speed through the corners. Thats the proper way to win a dh race.
  • + 7
 @Narro2 He's got a big fan base because he's one of the greatest athletes in cycling, period. He has fans in the pro ranks..... Not sure how that's hard to understand.
  • - 8
flag WAKIdesigns (Apr 21, 2015 at 8:03) (Below Threshold)
 The question is whether being a fan in MTB is worth any applaud... MTB is a participatory sport, you want to get overexcited in a retarde manner by just sitting down and watching someone doing it go to a nascar race or turn on porn.
  • + 8
 Or watch a dh race? If thats what gets you excited. Then go do some participating afterwards and try and put some of the skills you have just observed into practice.

Watch Nascar if you wanna, although I couldn't imagine why. Its basically just a load of cars turning left in single file.
  • - 6
flag WAKIdesigns (Apr 21, 2015 at 8:31) (Below Threshold)
 Going nuts about a DH race is a great thing if you go there and take an active part in it, go around pits, shake hand of a very man, shout something, shout advice (take the inside line! Get off the brakes SAM! Smile Gee!) hit the old frame with old fork uppers, show your arse, disturb Sven Martin, twist your ankle by going by some steep shute, pick up crashed out guys' bike and knock yourself out on whoops. But if you just stand there it is one of most boring sports in the world, stand there waiting for some dude to pass you every minute, or you become a pervert waiting for someone to break a neck in a rockgarden or on a tricky jump.
  • + 0
 Have you ever been to or participated in a WC DH race Waki?
  • + 9
 Waki, that's just, like, your opinion, man ...
  • + 8
 Yes atrokz, I've been to Hafjell twice, shouted, talked to Syndicate mechanics, twisted my ankle next by the rockgarden and almost fell on Sven Martin with 5 racers to go. That's been a participatory cheering, not sitting online and btchn on Gee being serious, Gwin thanking God, or naming Peaty a legend or saying who is unbeatable. This year I'll be in Val di Sole, hopefully
  • + 9
 I've been to two of the venues and watched the racing in person for 5 years
(2002-2006, 2008 ). I don't think watching from home and cheering on a fave is anything but great for the sport (by way of numbers for redbull), regardless of what people say. The numbers are needed for redbull to feel they are getting $$ out of their investment, which allows me to watch the races at home, which would be financially impossible to do otherwise. I'm not sure where being a fan is a problem. Just enjoy the sport.
  • + 1
 following the latest and enjoying the sport is one thing, being a fan, FANATIC, is what's seems overkill. Look at the responses received:

"because he's one of the greatest athletes in cycling, period''
''Thats the proper way to win a dh race.''
''Its basically just a load of cars turning left in single file.''
''No-one can touch him"

again, people dealing with absolutes and devaluating the rest, is like talking to a Real Madrid....Fanatic
  • + 0
 atrokz can you explain me why do we need Redbull to feel they are getting $$ when in reality, if you look at it for what it is, it is a drink doing nothing more but raising your heart rate beyond usable level, harmful for everybody and potentially deadly to kids (who get it handed out for free on competitions with no restricitons?) You know I get the law of natural selection, I am a psychopath myself, but this "we need growth of the sport" mechanism is... ok as long as you know what it is really about. I mean I can twist it in a way that if sport was a bit smaller companies would not do so many wheel sizes, just saying... you do the math Big Grin
  • + 5
 Stating he's one of the greatest athletes' in cycling isn't being overkill, it's an appropriate FACT. How many world championships? How many WC wins? What he has done, makes him a *great* in DH (as in, someone every single pro respects, maybe you can take a clue from them). You seem to take issue to other peoples enjoyment of seeing a pro guy do the same thing we all try to emulate. Isn't that pretty asinine of you? One thing I've noticed over the few decades I've been following this sport (and trying it myself for almost a decade), is the 'fans' are fantastic - they cheer EVERYONE on. If PB trolls are where you're drawing conclusions on you need to get to a race at some point.
  • + 6
 Waki, it brought us WC racing to our TV on live stream, when everyone else bailed on it. I used to have to read magazines to get results. Then it was the internet, and watch the actual racing via clips a month later. NOW, we can watch it LIVE from across the globe. How is that not amazing?

I don't care for the drink itself, but if it means being able to enjoy the sport more, all the power to them.
  • - 6
flag WAKIdesigns (Apr 21, 2015 at 10:09) (Below Threshold)
 atrokz... amazing? - no it isn't, I don't give a sht... I want you to tell me how can I enjoy sport MORE by watching someone on the screen no1. And no2, how can calling people greater than what they are makes your life better? Do you feel like you need to lick balls sometimes, for some eventual unspecified return in unspecified future, just in case? Can you imagine being in their skin and hearing some dude come up to them and say "you are a legend!", "you are so great", "you're gonna win!". I've seen Sam's face when someone did it to him on friday before the race... he didn't exactly look elated, rather "Thanks man but... this is so uncomfortable, get me out of here, I want to disappear".
  • - 1
 don't get me wrong, he is definitely one of the greatest athletes in cycling, I am aware of what he has achieved, what I find unnecessary (I don't want to use the word stupid) is the "period" part, fans of Sam seem to not willing to hear or read any other opinions, and that's whats going on with Soccer, there are too many biased and contradictory opinions between one fan to another, between one FIFA employee and another that there hasn't been any major development in the sport in the last 30 years, the big teams are the same, the rules are the same, the upper management is the same, the technology is the same... why hasn't that chip in the ball been implemented? that would solve a lot of the referee issues. A sport grows upon positive feedback.
  • + 8
 @atrokz
Indeed the fans are amazing. I go to races quite often. I have never heard a single boo. I once had a crash in a race run cos one of the spectators said something so funny I lost my concentration. Not many sports you can say that about the fans.
@Narro2
Cheer up man.
@WAKIdesigns
As usual, what you say is mostly true. As usual, I assume you are only saying it to antagonize people Razz
Carry on.
And Steve Peat IS a legend. He gave me a t-shirt once cos I fell off in front of him and ripped mine. Legend status achieved
  • + 6
 I'm not sure what your point is Waki, other than trying to berate people for being fans of someones 'work' and enjoying watching races. Your comment about 'life better' and 'balls' just iterates your weak minded immature dickishness, and trollish behavior here.

I won't tell you anything. You're some angry dude, so why bother. I'll enjoy the sport I both worked and competed in (you did neither), and now spectate, and I will enjoy it. You can keep trolling. You are great at it. A legend here on PB.... for trolling.
  • + 1
 @narro2 that's a better way for you to put it. Your comment ended up being based on 'absolutes' like the examples you were using. to me at least it seemed that way. I see results and I respect that. I'm not a Gwin fan, but I respect him and will call him a 'great' because of what he does. I think this is a sport where we can just respect people for doing it. Same with MMA. the sport got huge and the 'fans' (well, TUF 'bros' as we called them) started acting disrespectful to the athletes and I never understood it. To me, you stand in the ring/cage you deserve respect. Same goes for the start hut at any race, you're there, trying to win, you deserve a modicum of respect. I think that's where you're coming at? How people eschew everyone else to focus on a singular. I can respect that opinion as perhaps some people on here do that.
  • + 3
 Also @WAKIdesigns
Don't be so down on people being fans man. Yes it is not good to try and glean some vicarious glory by spouting off about how great so-and-so is and how you have been their fan longer than anyone else. But at the same time, respect is due to people who have achieved something I would very much like to achieve myself, but know I won't. There is nothing wrong with being a fan. Yes it is true that being a fan does not give you the right to mob pro's and demand their attention/autographs/infinite patience. But thats not being a fan, thats just being demanding and selfish.
  • + 1
 yea I really don't get where he's coming from. Ass-u-ming we are doing these things is just that, ass-umptions. You can be a fan and not utter a single word to a person.
  • - 10
flag WAKIdesigns (Apr 21, 2015 at 10:28) (Below Threshold)
 No im not angry Atrokz, I am just laughing at your immature necessity to be a part of group dynamics, and holding on to a hero archetype, promoting all sorts of passive behaviors. I know in which camp you would be in Lord of the flies. You make a perfect subject.

I don't give a flying fk if DH is on Redbull TV, CNN, or nowhere. Keep up the good work with racing on high level Big Grin
  • + 5
 That's pretty absurd to hop to that conclusion. If mental gymnastics were a sport, you'd be champion. I stated that the guy was a great in the sport. That's all. You draw too much from that. Promoting behaviors? Holding onto hero archetypes? Group dynamics? Your assumptions not only make you incorrect, your incorrect use of verbiage makes you look like a twat. You're making no sense because nothing you claim actually happened. You ever hear of the term 'fabricated narrative'?

But hey, we both know you just wanted a 'fight' today (it is Tuesday after all). Too bad you picked one you both can't win and make zero sense on. Yes, you made no sense, because nothing you claim actually happened.

Keep up the good work with your doodles.
  • + 7
 We are all a part of the dynamics of this group (the group in question being this insignificant group of comments, on an insignificant page, on a somewhat significant in (mtb circles, which are relatively insignificant in their own right) website)

Ooh look, I just did a bracket within a bracket. Like Inception, but with fonts.



Commenting here displays a desire to be part of the group dynamic.

I don't know what group you would be in in Lord of the Flies, but right this minute, it seems you might be one of the guys taking the piss out of the fat kid, and we know where that led....

Being mean to people here is silly, and in the long run will affect no-one but yourself.
  • - 4
flag Narro2 (Apr 21, 2015 at 10:39) (Below Threshold)
 Good luck gathering your family and friends on a Sunday morning to watch a UCI DH WorldCup on Redbull TV.
"Come on kids grab Grandpa so we can all watch together how Sam goes through those off camber turns"

sorry guys but I just don't see that happening, Happiness only when shared.
  • + 2
 @narro2 haha. I don't think that's what people are saying, but sure. Although, rides can be fun shared with people. In fact most things we as people like to share with our friends. It's normal human behavior. No need to try and hypothesize over things, just enjoy the ride.

And speaking of hypothesizing things, @gabriel-mission9 good points. Although no worries on taking the piss, anyone with a good understanding of the English language knows nothing said was actually valid in this situation and is the usual *rant at things I just made up because I'm angry* diatribe. lol @WAKIdesigns cheer up bro. Kids grow up and you'll need to teach them understanding. Start here.
  • + 1
 I like Red Bull... it tastes good to me, although I limit my consumption and seeing it on somebody's helmet does not make me thirsty. Also- I see the logic you are trying to impart here Waki however I think you are over thinking this. There are not many parallels between a team sport and DH, but for mtb guys it is often the only "sport" we get excited about. The thing is, we watch because we ride, and everyone will enjoy it in their own way. If people want to go nuts let 'em go nuts. I watch the feeds when they are on during waking hours and find myself talking at the screen from time to time. I enjoy it. I am in no way a fanatic but I get it.
  • - 4
flag Narro2 (Apr 21, 2015 at 11:14) (Below Threshold)
 @atrokz , it was my way of saying that being a DH World cup fan doesn't have the same emotional benefits as gathering your family/friends on a Sunday evening to watch a football game and have some drinks. But riding a bike with friends does, it is irrelevant if one or 2 riders know who Steve Peat is or how Gwin is doing in the overall. To enjoy biking you need to be riding a bike regularly. To enjoy the NFL, you don't necessarily need to play.
Beer
  • + 2
 I hear you on that. I don't really watch much in terms of sports. Just cycling really, as I can relate to it and it excites me. I did drag friends who didn't bike up to St Anne to watch back in 2003 (9 hr drive!) and they loved it, ended up buying bikes. But being there is totally different than watching. Basically a hike up a hill with a bike race and beer thrown in.
  • + 0
 atrokz, I haven't heard of that term, but I heard of mental masutrbation and pseudo-intellectualism, and I am guilty of that. The matter of a fact is, that I just came here because I had nothing better to do, made one comment and then lost it, so it got self perpetuated, I won't remember in two days what I wrote. As I stated at the end I don't give a fk, everything has good and bad implications, for every person in a different way. I was justr trying to put a hipster anti establishment point of view, Sorry for any inconvenience, I meant no hard feelings, I believe I am a very social and pleasant person to be with when away from the screen. I'd drink a beer with any of you guys.
  • + 3
 Cheers. I think you're a smart guy, but you do troll for a rise now and then, that's for sure! haha.
  • + 4
 Funny how people bag on Nascar. It's the same premise as someone saying it's just someone riding a bike. Until one learns the whole strategy, knowledge and skill of the particular sport. Your just a clueless person making dumb remarks about something you know nothing about. Anyone who has driven over 100 mph simply in a straight line knows it gets sketchy. Then add other cars around you, bumping you. Oh let's just add 60mph more to that and add a turn. Well your right it's just a bunch of cars turning left. And it's just a bike going down a hill.
  • - 3
 HAHAHA!!! ^^^ you guys are Funny ^^^

NOT REALLY

was reading the comments for some usual pinkbike stuff
and this guys/girls just ruined the stoked level I had.

It's a good thing i only need to watch the video again to get me through till the weekend
and wash away all that bad vibes

and Mike Jones is one lucky Kid, probably why he was so fast at Lourdes.
  • + 0
 For the love of Pete @narro2, let it go.

youtu.be/5DHIqUkmj-o
  • + 2
 @Narro2
A lot of people can tell you why Sam is one of the greatest of all time. Rob Warner who knows a thing or two about the sport summed it up with a few statements over the years:
"For a lot of people Sam hill is downhill, rides fast and loose and on flat pedals" (2014 uci commentary)
"Not maybe the most consistent, but for all out speed . . . there's never been anyone like him" (3 minute gaps)
"I have never seen anyone, since or before, ride a mountain bike like that "(won't back down movie regarding sam's race run in val di sole)

Regarding his supposed lack of personality, that's the least of our concerns. His riding does the talking for him.

I'm a Hill fan obviously but I respect all the other riders and I think the same goes for other Sam Hill fans. I don't think there are a lot of blind fanatics as you implied.

Cheer up my friend.
  • + 1
 Narro2, stop whining and enjoy the damn sport man. Sam is one of the greats, getting all uppety about the word choice is just you being pedantic.
  • + 1
 Come on guys judge the idea not the person.
anyway I didnt mean to sound so whiny. If it sounded like that my bad.

I'll cheer up
Beer
  • + 2
 Nooooooooo-all of you stop it-my head hurts and frankly I agree with bits of ALL of what you are all saying but 3 way ( even 4) way gunfights only work in "the good the bad and the ugly not PB forums-just be stoked on video.f*ck me my head hurts.
  • + 1
 I wouldn't say he is one of the best athletes in cycling, unless you mean one of the best 1000. He is definitely the most exciting guy to watch on a dirty bastard of a downhill track. I think that's because he isn't one of the best athletes. He has to go balls the wall to win on commitment and pure skill. He's not got any of the top guys whipped for athleticism. When you think about his win record, and then consider that they were all achieved on flats and with not exactly special conditioning, it makes him all the more amazing. He isn't a media whore, and also not a freaking nut job like that other bloke who's really fast, but he has a personality. People love his short "leave me alone" style answers. That's why he's the people's champ!
  • + 1
 Ugh
  • + 1
 www.pinkbike.com/u/mountainbiker-finn/blog/the-rise-of-aaron-gwin.html

On the topic of Aaron Gwin and the championship

Chuck this a read!
  • + 3
 And on another point- All of you guys should join your local debate team
  • + 1
 The text was exciting, but those pictures were moving
  • + 1
 love moving pix
  • - 2
 There is only one proper way to win a dh race, and thats winning a dh race.
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