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2018 U.S. Open POV Course Preview with Neko Mulally 9

Tons of vert, rocks, loam and roots. A killer course at Killington for the 2018 U.S. Open of Mountain Biking.

Check out Dillon Lemarr's POV from Practice Today

Credit: U.S. Open

sspomer sspomer 8/1/2018 11:05 PM

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Just posted a POV from practice today featuring Dillon Lemarr - https://www.vitalmtb.com/videos/features/DH-COURSE-POV-2018-U-S-Open-of-Mountain-Biking,35719/sspomer,2 - lines are bedding in!

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Would have been fun to watch world cup riders race on that track. Has there been an article explaining how the uci dh choose tracks for world cup? It's buffling how the ews is able to got to new and different venues but uci dh is unable.

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Listen to the Inside Line podcast with Martin Whitely for a good explanation. EWS and WCDH are different beasts. One thing he points out that I don't think anyone ever thinks of is that it's a logistical nightmare for teams to go to lots of new locations every year.

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Some sections of that track look so sick. Nice mix of everything; loam, roots, rocks, off camber, pedaling, jumps, compressions, grass, steeps.

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