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Of course it is 433mm. Click here to see the new bike in all it's glory.
Tough one, it's got 160mm rear and 170mm in the front. If this is your next bike, make sure you check out their customisation builder. It's rad!
A fresh faced Sam Blenkinsop took his first win all the way back in 2008. Watch it here.
Yikes. That is light. Cratoni says “Go wild! No problem with the C-MANIAC – the chin strap gives you that extra protection.” To see for yourself check it out here.
It's Racecraft, and a fine pair of goggles too.
It's reported that many F1 drivers ride bikes in their off seasons, but it was Mark Webber who fractured his shoulder back in 2010
It's Naild R3ACT — 2 Play. A suspension system that's used by Marin and Polygon.
He took his latest win in 2017, but claimed his first all the way back in 2004. Minnaar is the GOAT
A top 10 finish for Steve Peat all the way back in 2013 in Val d'Allos and his team mate Greg Minnaar finished on the podium. 2013 Val d'Allos results are here.
Yep, unbeaten for 14 consecutive wins. Winning six rounds in 2015, seven in 2016 and the opening round in 2017. Check out Eliot Jackson's website World Cup Stats to get really geeky.
That's right there's six different French men to win an EWS. Bonus question: Can you name them all?
It was Kenta Gallagher, he's not just known for his solid WC results and British Pie appearances. Kenta won the Nove Mesto Cross-Country Eliminator back in 2013.
Danny said this trick was made a lot easier using a mountain bike, the suspension helped soak up the impact of landing and stopped him bouncing off... but admited it still took 100 attempts. Read the full interview here.
Brook took the gold medal back in Canberra, 2009 aboard his Ancillotti DHP.
After a stellar performance in Val di Fassa (4th) Eddie decided to change his plans, opting to race the EWS in Les Orres, France, instead of the World Cup in Andorra. He We're bet he's glad he did. You can read all about the 2019 EWS season in The World Stage III.
Did you get it? See what your name is as an ancronym.
It was Loris Mercury showing us his teeth, you can see it here.
Please select 2 correct answers
Connor Fearon and Kyle Strait both ride forDHaRCO.
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