Nukeproof are stoked to enhance the relationship with Adam to including running all our frame offerings and Ridewear. In 2021 Adam will be joining the ranks of riders without the benefit of the “factory pit set ups” but with full support from Nukeproof, so he’s not quite a Privateer, more of a Provateer.
Photo by Laurence Crossman-Emms
“So yeah 2020 was a funny one for everyone. Sadly, at the end of the year Hope Technology made the decision to pull their Factory Race program. It would have been easy to call it a day, but I’m not done yet…
So here I am rolling into 2021 with a full support form Nukeproof and using a full range of their frames. A huge thank you to Rob and everyone at Nukeproof for stepping up and putting something together than I am super happy with. Hope will still be on board as a sponsor to make sure my bike builds have lots of bling, with continued support from Ride Fox, Bell, Crankbrothes, Maxxis, Invisiframe and 100%. It’s good to welcome Cushcore, Crud, Fenwicks, Renthal & Wahoo on board too.
Preparation has been going great with Elliott Heap and Danny Hart in the Fit4Racing Gym. I’m looking forward to the challenge this year and “Provateer life” with Meg in the Van at the World Cups!
Cheers & See you at the Races!”
Adam Brayton, The Pro-Vateer
“Mr Gas to Flat, the Keswick Kestral or just good ol’ Grandad, call him what you like but we’re stoked to continue working and increased our relationship with Adam. He’s been loving the Dissent downhill frame for a couple years, but for 2021 he’s a found the space for few more Nukeproof’s in his stable, as well as a wardrobe full of Nukeproof Ridewear and clothing. For 2021 we’re stoked to be part of Adam’s “Pro-vateer” adventure and see what is possible.
His attitude towards his riding is awesome, he’s a racer through and through, but mainly just loves being out on the bike. As well as troubling the top of the Downhill World Cup’s timesheets he will be some special events like Red Bull Hardline and committed to supporting the UK national downhill series. Where possible I’m sure you may see him on his Giga or Mega at a number of Enduro races (possibly an EWS or two), it’s hopefully a packed year.“
Rob Sherratt, Nukeproof Marketing Manager