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Walker Shaw, Dual Slalom National Champs at Angel Fire - 2013 U.S. National Championship Downhill Qualifying and Dual Slalom Photos - Mountain Biking Pictures - Vital MTB

Angle 2: Walker Shaw gets his first beer on his victory lap to 3rd place in Dual Slalom. It seemed a shame the lack of spectator turn out for what is arguably the most exciting form of MTB racing.

Credit: Matt Delorme
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3 comments
  • davetrumpore

    8/5/2013 10:07 AM

    Nope... I'm not sorry for standing in the track to shoot this, or for putting beers in everyone's hands ;-)

  • taldfind

    8/3/2013 10:14 PM

    I think that dual slalom and 4x could get a lot more love from the mountain bike community if the tracks were built a little more like a "dual lane DH course" or a really wide DH track that could handle 4 riders at a time. Not only to I think those type of tracks would be easier to build and maintain, but the level of riding would force racers to choose between BMX and MTB, since it would require a MTB skill set to win over a BMX skill set. And I think it would be even more fun to watch.

  • warthog

    8/4/2013 7:22 PM

    Agreed.