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Race Face Dayz

 
Race Face Dayz
 
September 08, 2010 -  Five Ten    
 

Three days, two locations, four Race Face athletes.

Part1: by Margus Riga

"It was late July when Ryan Berrecloth called me up and suggested we hit up a set of jumps in Penticton, BC he had built last year, but never got a chance to hit. It sounded sick, and we decided it would be even sicker if after Penticton we got Mike Kinrade, James Doerfling and Beth Parsons to meet us at Silver Star for two days of speed and fun."

 

"The first time hitting a line you've pumped yourself up on for so long can be a bit nervy...especially when you're not sure how fast you need to go to make the Chiclet-sized landing on the first gap. Too far and it's blow up time, too short and it's goodbye to your rear."

"We got the shot...look for it at the Race Face booth in Vegas."

Check out images at pinkbike.com, and stay tuned for part 2.

 

 

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