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What a madman!! That might be the best course preview ever!
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lol, I don't think he had time to look down at his pedal... obviously he looked back for some reason, and in doing so he got too close to the pad and got hung up on it, causing him to OTB. You can freeze the video and clearly see it, but thanks for the neg props.
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Looks like he caught his crank or rear axle on the safety pad
Track looks really tricky this year, gonna be an awesome race!
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wide angle wagon wheels
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Barel is one gnarly mofo... "Spirit of Enduro" right there.
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Spoke nipple driver
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Gwin - 2:24.28
Ragot - 2:44.28
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Troy Brosnan 4:16:28
Manon Carpenter 4:53:28
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Loic Bruni 3:17.28
Manon Carpenter 3:43.28
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Troy Brosnan 4:36.28
Rachel Atherton 5:07.28
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Devinci is not playing... damn!
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Simmonds & Beaumont both finished ahead of Ratty and just behind Gee at the recent BDS... which happened to be pretty darn stacked. I think Dale might pull a podium out of the bag here too!
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Aaron Gwin 4:02.28
Manon Carpenter 4:37.28
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It looks like there is an assist motor under water? The bike seems to lurch forward before he even starts pedaling.... and he is going pretty fast and not pedaling hard at all.
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Not sure what you mean by underrepresented, but this kind of message is definitely not going to attract more women to the sport.
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More dead sailors than the Royal Navy!
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Seriously! Red Bull has done an amazing job this year. Epic coverage.
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Unfortunately riding up singletrack is what is showcased in the video. They are not marketing it as simply a shuttle-assist motor. Where I ride it has taken decades of erosion studies, community meetings, and volunteer trail stewardship to get mountain biking to be seen in a semi-positive light. High speed bi-directional trails would be a nightmare from both a usage and design standpoint. It seems like an über lightweight, low-power shuttle assist motor would be a smarter product.
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