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UPDATE: Miguel Bento's roosty shot took an easy win this week, much to the delight of Vital member bblackyeti1, this week's lucky voter. Both winners will each receive a top to toe get up from Royal Racing!

The Drift 3/4 Jersey is aimed at the gravity rider with superb styling and a great range of color options that perfectly compliment the Drift short. Made from polyester antibacterial fabric, it features sublimated graphics and all All-Ride, 3/4 sleeve fit.

The Drift short is aimed at DH, Freeride or bike park abuse! Built to last and packed with features and fabrics to keep you dry on the wet days and cool on the hot ones. The ideal choice if you’re gravity orientated.The Gridflow 400D material gives great waterproofing and durability with its ripstop construction and when combined with the Gridflow 400D Sonic Perforated panels the result is a short which is both durable and breathable.

The Crew sock is ideal for long days in the dirt. It features Cool Max’s Cotton Poly mix Dri-Release, designed to pull perspiration off your skin and help it evaporate. This way, your skin is drier and less likely to chafe, or blister. Dri-Release not only wicks, but also prevents any bacterial growth too, so you can shred without the stink!

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THE RESULTS:

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THE CONTESTANTS:

Ivo Padilha by Miguel Bento

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Kluszcowke Jam by Baz Photographer

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Jacob Dickson by Ross Bell

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Flat in Fontana by Stillmrg Photography

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Ivan Thatcher by Tom Baines

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The Vital Photo Comp is a weekly photo competition, with prizes awarded to the picture that receives the most votes, as well as a randomly selected member who voted for the winning shot. If you'd like your photos to be eligible, create an account and upload your shots. To be eligible for the voter prize drawing, just make sure you are logged in to your Vital account when you vote - it's that simple!

This Vital MTB Weekly Photo Comp is presented by Royal Racing.

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