Track Walk of Doom! Cairns World Cup Downhill Course, Of Snakes, Spiders and Stinging Plants

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So we may be hyping up the scary jungle factor of the Cairns World Cup DH course a bit, but it sure is exciting. Snakes, spiders and slipping greeted riders in Northeastern, Australia as the 2014 UCI World Cup Mountain Bike Downhill circus makes its 2nd stop of the season. The course is narrow with dense, angry forest on each side. The dirt is slippery thanks to afternoon rains and the jumps on the track have the experienced vets excited about the possibilities. Take a tour of the Cairns DH course without the bug bites thanks to Sven Martin, Duncan Philpott and Boris Beyer. It's gonna be a wild one!

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  • Steel City Media

    4/23/2014 1:57 PM

    I knew you'd like that one Luc! Haha

  • Acadian

    4/23/2014 2:08 PM

    hell yes....
    the track walk was equally good.... good job and keep the good coming.
    can't wait for practice to start.

  • bturman

    4/23/2014 1:33 PM

    Good luck, boys! That same spider has been known to take down snakes...

    Whoops look ridiculous.

  • sideshow

    4/23/2014 2:39 PM


  • kidwoo

    4/23/2014 6:20 PM


  • Mr. P

    4/23/2014 1:00 PM

    Looks like primo conditions for buying some look alike toys spiders and having some fun.


  • big b

    4/23/2014 12:32 PM

    F*#kin' Ratboy!!!!

  • Acadian

    4/23/2014 12:00 PM

    The Koravik slide made me grin from ear to ear \m/ \m/

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