The French Revolution - Vallnord World Cup Finals

Jul 28, 2013 at 16:00
by Nathan Hughes  
Must be something in the water 2009 the Atherton clan--then on Commencal--sweeps the field for DH and 4X. Fast forward to today and we again see a Commencal take the win on home soil.
   To begin as the day ended... The victor's ride. Must be something in the water: 2008, the Atherton clan, then on Commencal, sweeps the field for DH and 4X. Fast forward to the present day and we again see a Commencal take the win on home soil. Unbelievable scenes.

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  Snap back to first thing this morning... When the sun came up it looked like things were going to go thoroughly south.

With the rain increasing riders-lulled into complacency by what has been a remarkably mellow World Cup season weather wise-were quick to bust out tear-offs...
  With the rain increasing, riders-lulled into complacency by what has been a remarkably mellow World Cup season weather wise-were quick to bust out tear-offs...

...while mechanics started cutting down fresh spike tires.
  ...while mechanics started cutting down fresh spike tires.

Sunday Domination Times for the CRC boys today.
  Rain or shine Sunday Domination Times for the CRC boys today.

Hill was up out of bed with the lark for practice getting the furnace stoked for the demanding day of hopes and high expectation ahead. There s a big difference between making up the podium and heading up the podium and once you ve had it it doesn t tend to come back to you as Rennie or Vouilloz et al can vouch. Today he ended on the same second as Gee showing a big move against that trend and the scene is now set for a sustained assault on the top step.
  Hill was up out of bed with the lark for practice, getting the furnace stoked for the demanding day of hopes and high expectation ahead. There's a big difference between making up the podium and heading up the podium and once you've had it, it doesn't tend to come back to you as Rennie and Vouilloz can both vouch. Today he ended on the same second as Gee, showing a big move against that trend and the scene is now set for a sustained assault on the top step.

Final practice before putting his stamp on the World Cup--Remi Thirion drifting on the seas of the Andorran World Cup track.
  Final practice before putting his stamp on World Cup history - Remi Thirion drifting on the seas of the Andorran World Cup track.

What does Brendan listen to when he s warming up Kidnap Kid apparently. Whether it s just a way to hide an extensive collection of Justin Bieber and Miley Cyrus songs is pure rumour...
  What does Brendan listen to when he's warming up? Kidnap Kid apparently. Whether it's just a way to hide an extensive collection of Justin Bieber and Miley Cyrus songs is pure rumour...

Team Bulls one and only Masters setting off this morning as the rain started to come down. Luckily it was short lived but Wyn shreds too hard to care about muddy shins anyway.
  Team Bulls one and only, Masters, setting off this morning as the rain started to come down. Luckily it was short lived, but Wyn shreds too hard to care about muddy shins anyway.

Pom Pom started out by working through he warm up stretches but there was music somewhere we couldn t hear as it ended in a full dance routine before her run.
  Pom Pom started out by working through he warm up stretches, but there was music somewhere we couldn't hear as it ended in a full dance routine before her run.

Mick Hannah created his own design for the Bell Blank Canvas contest after practise this morning. I hate to criticize other people s artwork but really it just looked a lot like the old paint job with some added mud-splats. A little bit lazy Mick.
  Mick Hannah created his own design for the Bell Blank Canvas contest after practise this morning. I hate to criticize other people's artwork, but really it just looked a lot like the old paint job with some added mud-splats. A little bit lazy, Mick.

Blinky keeping the legs warm
  Blinky keeping the legs warm.

Without coffee or redbull--the SRAM pits would come to a crashing halt. Shoot for that matter the entire World Cup would likely come to a crashing halt.
  Without coffee or redbull, the SRAM pits would come to a crashing halt. Hell, for that matter, the entire World Cup would likely come to a crashing halt.

The Syndicate received a big box from Maxxis this weekend with some exciting-looking new tyres in them. The one that has us most excited is this the Shorty.
  The Syndicate received a big box from Maxxis this weekend with some exciting-looking new tyres in them. The one that has us most excited is this, the Shorty.

Here s a better look at the tread on the shorty and the moto influence is obvious. Big side blocks plenty of space to clear mud and a nice square profile. For race runs the Syndicate played it safe though and switched back to their well-loved Minions and High Rollers. We re looking forwards to seeing the rest of the contents of that box.
  Here's a better look at the tread on the shorty and the moto influence is obvious. Big side blocks, plenty of space to clear mud and a nice, square profile. For race runs the Syndicate played it safe though and switched back to their well-loved Minions and High Rollers. We're looking forwards to seeing the rest of the contents of that box.

Not quite the demon we saw warming up for qualifying... Gee Atherton spinning up slow for the finals practice here in Andorra.
  Not quite the demon we saw warming up for qualifying... Gee Atherton spinning up slow for the finals practice here in Andorra.

Mr Gas to Flat was back on the blocks this weekend just seven weeks after doing his collar bone at Fort William. All he wanted to do today was keep it in a pile and he managed that with a steady 30th place.
  Mr Gas to Flat was back on the blocks this weekend, just seven weeks after doing his collar bone at Fort William. All he wanted to do today was keep it in a pile and he managed that with a steady 30th place.

Jason Marsh made cunning use of a couple of his Marsh guards on Greg s warm-up bike.
  Jason Marsh made cunning use of a couple of his Marsh guards on Greg's warm-up bike.

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  In the juniors race, Aussie, Dean Lucas, was able to retain the leader's jersey with a 9th here today.

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  Mike Jones of FMD Racing and Intense Cycles put the first notch on his world cup bed post today with a storming equivalent of 26th place in the men's cat. Muy Bien Senor! Yet another Welsh one pushing through to the big time!

Luca Shaw--fifth on the day. Good enough for fifth in the juniors equals good enough for 51st in the elites. Damn fine riding for the kid from Merica.
  Good enough for fifth in the juniors equals good enough for 51st in the elites. Damn fine riding from Luca Shaw, the kid from 'Merica.

Vergier scooped 2nd today with a scorching ride for Lapierre only 0.46 back on the Welshman.
  Vergier scooped 2nd with a scorching ride on the Lapierre, only 0.46 back on the Welshman in top spot and just 7 behind team mate Loic in the mens!

A mountain lunch on the hoof... Only the most experienced picnicers bring condiments and cutlery up on the hill. The track was lined with spectators top to bottom which was a great turn-out considering how far and steep the walk down was. A big set of volunteer marshals had to control the mob and they were super friendly and helpful with it all weekend so thanks to everyone who traveled far and wide to assist at this awesome event
  A mountain lunch on the hoof... Only the most experienced picnicers bring condiments and cutlery up on the hill. The track was lined with spectators top to bottom which was a great turn-out considering how far and steep the walk down was. (A big set of volunteer marshals had to control the mob and they were super friendly and helpful with it all weekend so thanks to everyone who traveled far and wide to assist at this awesome event)

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  The track may be long, but is there any need to go full Bear Grylls? Didn't see this guy consume any elephant dung so I guess we're in the clear.

Morgane Charre barely keeping the wheels on the ground.
  Morgane Charre looked really on it out there today, absolutely cleaning the woods after the open section looking faster than anyone. Here she hits the second to last turn nearing levitation mode, only to come in 6th.

Pompom making her way into the 3rd position.
  Pompom having tree deja-vu in the forest on her way into the 3rd position.

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  Rachel...ever more unlikely to ride slowly. Ms Atherton would have come in 73rd in the mens.

Manon Carpenter claiming second place on the day. I liked this track. Getting used to the steep was tricky but it was such a great track.
  Manon Carpenter claiming second place on the day. "I liked this track. Getting used to the steep was tricky, but it was such a great track."

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  1.67 seconds: The narrowest win for Rachel this season by miles. Manon the Saracen could go the distance!

Rachel on top Manon Carpenter in second Myriam Nicole in third Emmeline Ragot taking fourth and Florian Pugin taking the last step on the box.
  Rachel on top; Manon Carpenter in second, Myriam Nicole in third, Emmeline Ragot taking fourth, and Florian Pugin taking the last step on the box.

More chainsaw
  Sure there's cowbell, but let's have a little more chainsaw.

Luke Strobel blasting down.
  Luke Strobel blasting into view down to the finish area.

Greg Minnarr s biggest fan checking some things out on the course...
  Greg Minnarr's biggest fan checking some things out on the course...

Sneaker lines... Minnaar wasn t the only rider to try this line but it had some risk it s lines like this that riders keep in their back pockets just in case they ve screwd the pooch somewhere else on the track and need to make up a few 100ths of a second. Of course if they re feeling on taking those sneaker liines is a given
  Sneaker lines... Minnaar wasn't the only rider to try this line, but it had some risk; it's lines like this that riders keep in their back pockets just in case they've screwd the pooch somewhere else on the track and need to make up a few 100ths of a second. Of course, if they're feeling "on", taking those sneaker liines is a given,

D oh
  Too much front brake dammit.

Matt Simmonds on cruise control.
  Matt Simmonds on cruise control for 28th. He was 4th in split 2.

Shimmy-shammy Richie Rude in full control and walking the fine line between ragged perfection and disaster that is DH racing on the World Cup.
  Shimmy-shammy! Richie Rude in full control and walking the fine line between ragged perfection and disaster that is DH racing on the World Cup.

Bulldog not quite making the cut today. After a recent shoulder injury Brook wasn t giving it 100 . He should be good to go for MSA coming up in just two weekends.
  Bulldog not quite making the cut today. After a recent shoulder injury, Brook wasn't giving it 100%. He should be good to go for MSA coming up in just two weekends.

The heli heading in to collect Cam Cole from the mountain. He went down hard today and it took them nearly 40 minutes to get him off the hill. Details about what happened are few and far between right now but get well soon Cam from everyone here at PB.
  The heli heading in to collect Cam Cole from the mountain. He went down hard today and it took them nearly 40 minutes to get him off the hill. Details about what happened are few and far between right now, but get well soon Cam, from everyone here at PB.

While Cam Cole was heli d out riders who were about to go had to hold at the top of the course. This is tough going for the racers as their pre-race prep tends to be perfected down to the minute and a big delay throws them out of sync.
  While Cam Cole was heli'd out riders who were about to go had to hold at the top of the course. This is tough going for the racers as their pre-race prep tends to be perfected down to the minute and a big delay throws them out of sync.

Steve Peat powering out of the start gate.
  Steve Peat powering out of the start gate.

Steve Peat and Cedric are the two oldest guys on the track but can still smoke some of those young whipper snappers. 11th place for peaty today.
  Steve Peat and Cedric are the two oldest guys on the track, but can still smoke some of those young whipper snappers. 11th place for peaty today is a real biggy!!

Peaty in the canyon leading into the finish area.
  Peaty in the canyon leading into the finish area.

The first and last World Cup DH race shot I will ever have of CG. Cedric is the most stylish and fun guys to watch on the course. Always full of entertainment and will be missed by everyone here at Pinkbike. This won t be the last of him though keep an eye out for CG crushing it on the Enduro World Series and some upcoming films.
  The last World Cup DH race shot we will ever take of CG. Cedric has brought so much to the sport over his epic career, as well as being the most stylish and fun guy to watch on track. Always full of entertainment and will be missed by everyone, especially us here at Pinkbike. This won't be the last of him though, keep an eye out for CG crushing it on the Enduro World Series and some upcoming films.

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  OK. One. Last. Time. CG you rock.

Lorenzo Sudding has followed into the Fabien Barel school of course visualisation working his way down the course in his mind before his run.
  Studying mime artist, Lorenzo Suding, has followed into the Fabien Barel school of course-visualization, working his way down the track in his mind and with his palm before his run.

First ever top ten for the Colombian champ and street racing hero... a lot of commitment paid off today for Marcelo Gutierrez. Clearly he has the ability to rip at top flight world class level. The confidence boost from today s result should fling him into Quebec on the money. Good luck to him
  First ever top ten for the Colombian champ and street racing hero... a lot of commitment paid off today for Marcelo Gutierrez. Clearly he has the ability to rip at top flight, world class level. The confidence boost from today's result should fling him into Quebec on the money. Good luck to him!

Troy Brosnan charging onto his second podium of the season.
  Getting his game thoroughly back on after all the time out injured, we saw Troy Brosnan charging onto his second podium of the season. Sick result.

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  Go Canada! Steve had a good spell in the hot seat, just like Val di Sole, but was rudely ousted yet again. Will the home turf of Mont St Anne gift him that win?

Up on split 2 at .1169 seconds and finished 1.756 back behind Remi.
  Still in the green! Sam Hill, up on split 2 at .1169 seconds, and finished +1.756 back behind the Commencal destroyer.

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  Eddy Masters kept the crowds well entertained on the megaphone when they built up later on...even playing Sam Hill a conciliation Motley Crue 'Kickstart my heart' from his phone, allegedly Samo's favey song.

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  Did you see that sh*t!? That's how you dial the most brutal track of year everybody.

Here comes the mob. Remi gets carried by friends at the bottom. Chainsaws and all.
  And the crowd goes wild. Remi gets abducted by understandably crazed friends at the track's end. The chainsaws roared and everyone with a big camera ran after them all. It was total madness.

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  Next time Mr H... Next time.

Mens s Podium Remi Thirion with the W Gee Atherton in second Sam Hill in third Steve Smith for fourth and Troy Brosnan with his second podium in 3 races taking fifth.
  Can you believe it!! Remi Thirion with the "W", Gee Atherton in second, Sam Hill in third, Steve Smith for fourth, and Troy Brosnan (with his second podium in 3 races) taking fifth. Whaaaat.

Remi making it rain.
  Remi making it rain.

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  Can't...breath. Cedric gives the wild card winner an unabashed, spleen-risking congratulations, in front of the world media.

Today s number 2 is still number 1. And don t you forget it in Canada.
  Today's number 2 is still number 1. And don't you forget it in Canada.

Cedric Gracia himself celebrating his last race at his bar in La Massana. Over his career Cedric has spent around 440 days of recovering from injuries. We ll miss him but he won t be forgotten. Cedric plans to focus on more Enduro and filming over the next few years.
  Cedric Gracia himself celebrating his last race at his bar in La Massana. Over his career, Cedric has spent around 440 days of recovering from injuries. We'll miss him, but he won't be disappearing really. Cedric plans to focus on more Enduro and keeping us entertained with his filming over the next few years. This whole show he just put on for us was quite a sight and nothing short of awesome. Great job Cedric, merci beaucoup monsieur!!

Everybody be ready for Mont St Anne in two weeks and the Afterbang retrospective inbetween to keep you hungry for more!


75 Comments

  • 98 0
 Good lord Cedric, your style and humor will be missed in DH WC, a scene these days that often lacks both. We can only dream of the fun you'll continue to bring to EWS. Live long & Ride Hard, Legend.

#cutthetrack
  • 24 4
 I know right, see Gee on the podium? He didn't look too chuffed, but he's still leading the championship. I just wish some racers would loosen up, it's all about fun!
  • 25 1
 Look at Smith. He's got a similar look. These guys don't like losing. It's why they are as good as they are.
  • 3 2
 Yeah fair enough. But I bought Gee up because he still came second, which keeps him in the number one spot in the championship, but he still seems pissed. I completely agree with you though.
  • 7 1
 Maybe he's knackered?
  • 5 3
 Knackered? Maybe so but I guarantee that everyone on PB could still muster a smile if they made the podium at a WC race. Look at Gwins interview, he was smiling and having a good time despite all the flaming that has occured. That's why I am a fan of Gwin and not Gee.
  • 7 0
 We love you CG.
  • 7 2
 @unknown and Karpiel - it's not about fun and they will be wondering wtf just happened and why they are not on the top step, they don't get paid to smile for losing which is exactly how they see it, much like most racers.

What you are seeing is real emotion and not a fake smile just for the cameras. Comparing users of PB (who will never podium a WC) to an elite athlete who is used to being number 1 in the world is well, just silly.
  • 5 0
 I just think its hard for regular people to understand the mindset of a top professional. Its just so different. Most of us ride bikes because its fun and we love it and think how awesome it is just to get to do what these guys do. Its like that with all pro sports really. But when its your job, like it is to these top professionals, its a whole different ballgame. They are paid to perform and their jobs in an indirect way depend on it. They not only race but train and practice incredibly hard all year to in races and do well. When they don't I'm sure there is alot of disappointment there and I can't blame them if they don't look elated up there, even though they got 2nd and 3rd place. For guys who can and have won before, that's disappointing.
  • 1 0
 Looks like they forgot their immense "media Training" and were just real for a moment. Flames to follow.
  • 1 0
 i suppose the saving grace for Gee is that at least Remi hasn't racked up a lot of points this season so he's not really a threat to the WC overall, relative to say Stevie or Greg who do well in most races. Troy is looking excellent so far this year.

and last but not least, CG: thank you for the good times!
  • 44 4
 My girlfriend can lip read and she told me that on the podium Sam leant over to Troy and said "hey mate, you've got to have a ride on my new bike. Its worth at least 10 seconds compared to the demo on a track like this".
  • 5 0
 LOL
  • 3 0
 @PANAPHONIC - amazing lmfao !
  • 1 0
 best comment ever! Buahahahahaha
  • 2 0
 been better of telling that to gwin
  • 23 0
 As much as it would have been awesome to see Sam Hill take the win, once it came down to him or thirion I kind of found myself rooting for Remi. It's always cool to see someone unexpected come out of nowhere like that and take the win.
  • 9 0
 Sino428, Very well said and at the end of the day Remi did a flawless run through the toughest course of the year and prevailed. I'm very happy for him. He deserves the limelight and it's great to see new blood on the podium. Dynasties are boring.
  • 2 0
 Yeah man, so sweet to see an outsider pull off a win, must've been such a pinned run! Congrats Remi.
  • 28 2
 it's obvious Remi won due to running the correct chainstay length.
  • 2 0
 It's obvious why he won to anyone who's ever tried Bos suspension Wink
  • 14 0
 full replay here........

live.redbull.tv/events/227/uci-mtb-world-cup-2013-vallnord-downhill

the double stacked moon job durings delfs run was epic........around 51 min mark.

can't believe the announcers missed it, and missed it again during slow mo replay.
f ing classic.
  • 9 0
 In fairness to Rob he did mention the big holes that were starting to appear on track as they were showing Delfs replay
  • 4 0
 ahahahah 51:17 in the replay

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  • 12 0
 Awesome set of photos guys, its shame to CG go but I guess I know were to find him now(his bar) lol
  • 3 0
 Man seeing Cedric leave really takes something from the WC circuit for me. Frown
  • 11 0
 Gee = damn serious!
Minaar = gentleman
Aaron = don't mess with me
Cedric Gracia = What? chilled up mate!

We going to miss you Cedric...our role model!
  • 10 0
 Hows Cam doing
  • 1 0
 I've been wondering that too.
  • 4 0
 Sorry if this is a dumb question but what's the deal with cutting the spike tires? I don't race so I'm not all that familiar with it but I always see it mentioned at these WC races. What's the benefit? Why don't tire companies just produce a tire to perform like a cut tire right out if the box?
  • 2 0
 It gives the riders a template for how they like their tread. Some riders like every knob, or every 2nd knob cut in the centre, and maybe every 3rd one on the sides. It basically allows less rolling resistance for how the rider feels about that particular track, and how much bite they will need cornering, but yet allowing them to carry the most controlled speed. Hope this sort of clarifies it for yas.
  • 2 0
 My take on it, (I could be completely wrong btw) A tire like a minion or high roller will be faster then a uncut wet scream but will lack in grip and mud clearing abilities for a track like this. Now a cut wet scream wont be as fast ether, but on a super steep track with little pedaling, rolling resistance isn't a huge issue. Now the fact that the track wasn't insanely muddy meant that the riders didn't need the full spike, meaning that they could cut them down and not sacrifice to much grip.

Thats how it came out of my head, hopefully makes sense to you haha.

As for companies producing a tire the equivalent of a cut spike, some companies do, Schwalbe make the Muddy Marry for an example. Maxxis aren't quite there yet, but judging by those photos their getting close.
  • 4 0
 Agree with above. Also looks to me that the new maxxis shorty in the pictures above serve the purpose of a cut down mud spike. Just a guess.
  • 1 0
 from a racers perspective - cut spike on rock and root offer a little bit more forgiveness than a full spike tyre manufacturers do make them - muddy mary is not one of them sorry, it's an all rounder- yes it has fantastic mud clearing abilities but is defo not like running a cut spike as it works very well on root n rock - where a spike will not. spesh storm, bontrager do one as well but cannot think of the name.
  • 2 0
 the name shorty would be quite spot on for a cut spike tire out of the box
  • 2 0
 Thanks for all the responses. I think I have a better idea of it now. I kind of assumed it was some sort of modification for a certain condition, I was just more curios why tire manufacturers don't just produce a tire for that particular condition, since they make so many models of tires anyway. Having to cut down all those tires seems like a bitch.
  • 5 0
 I'm going to Canada to see the Mont-Sainte-Anne race OMG I am so excited, go Ratboy!
  • 5 1
 Good luck to the future CG! You are a model for the youngsters, in both MTB career and the spirit of life!
  • 5 0
 Cedric will be missed
  • 4 0
 Legend in CG, excited to see wats next from him
  • 4 0
 But you cant retire yet! You havent flipped at fort bill
  • 3 0
 too bad we won't see Cedric at MSA, i name my younger kid Cedric he will be a total ripper
  • 3 0
 So much tension in between Stevie and Gee. Ever since their part in Follow Me its just been nuts.
  • 1 0
 Really? I've never seen any of this.
  • 3 0
 Was a great track in Andorra. Props to Cedric and crew for building that monster. 13 days and counting to MSA!
  • 1 1
 First photo caption: " Must be something in the water: 2009, the Atherton clan, then on Commencal, sweeps the field for DH and 4X." That did not happen at Vallnord in 2009, it happened at Val 'd Sole in 2008. Also, when is Pinkbike going to learn that Myriam Nicole's nickname is Pom Pon, not Pom Pom.
  • 1 0
 MSA is gonna kick ass for sure. smith want to win there. hill want to win there and already done in the past. brosman too. Gutierrez is placing is card and hart need a hit. it's gonna be full downill domination.
  • 1 0
 Quebec will hardly be home turf for Steve Smith, all of the previous DH WC venues this year have been closer to each other than Mt. Saint Anne is to Steve's home.
  • 3 1
 Don't forget that Steve performs amazingly in MSA. That heartbreak finished to 2nd a few years back even broke my heart. Never but never forget though that Sam Hill won the World Championship at MSA in 2010. Sam really knows MSA and it really won't surprise me if he qualifies it in 1st again.

Either Stevie or Sam at MSA and I'll be a happy camper (and yes, I'll definitely be there in person to see it).
  • 2 0
 "Atherton's famous winning streak gets the guillotine at the hands of a new French prince." this is a brilliant caption Smile
  • 2 0
 I do get that CG wants to retire on his own turf, but it would be nice if he completed the season!
  • 1 0
 Nice for you or him?
  • 2 0
 Gee is a real racer, not happy with second ! Makes the DH races exiting, Love it !
  • 2 0
 Can't wait to see CG at Enduros!!!
  • 1 0
 What helmet is Lorenzo Suding wearing?
  • 1 0
 Airoh i think, but i'm not sure!
  • 1 0
 Thanks. His is flat black and doesn't look carbon though
  • 3 1
 Nothing on Gwin
  • 1 0
 Because he was not on the top spot?? I mean, you can't show every riders, it has to be fair i think
  • 2 0
 He's getting less attention, after 3 rounds, people don't think he would be back this season
  • 1 0
 mmhhh maybe at the end of the season?? you never know. He clearly struggle with his new bike, but also mentally, the off season has been tough for him.
  • 1 0
 So stoked for Sam Hill. Whoo! It must be a huge boost for him. He's back.
  • 1 1
 I'm on redbull TVWink
  • 2 0
 So am I.. Got autobiography coming out, and gonna do some signed copies..Haha
  • 1 4
 not much of a reader any footage please Mr. Hughes .
  • 5 8
 Any updates on Gwins latest excuse?
  • 6 2
 the most dominate rider in the last 10 years needs an excuse? right.
  • 2 0
 He came off track at a few points. Said it from the hot seat couch (while in 3rd).

I find it a bit shit that he always has an excuse. Sam Hill was stuck in 5th gear for the final motorway at Fort Bill and was well in contention on the split before it but you didn't hear him moaning to the cameras straight after. It only came out in the weeks after the race.

Fair enough Gwin may have has issues and been on the pace, we'll never know but it's bad sportsmanship to always have an excuse when you don't win.
  • 1 0
 there is really no excuses unless you get a mechanical/flat, gee made a few mistakes in his run, stevie rode too conservatively, gwin also made mistakes, but none of those are excuses, if you make a mistake or crash then it's your fault
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