My World Cup Season 2010 – Highs and Lows This season, which has been amazing and continued to surprise me, has ended fairly badly, with me crashing out at the World Cup Final and breaking my humorous and consequently missing the World Champs where I was hoping to win the Junior title. However, this year has been fantastic and has taught me a lot and given me confidence for next year.
Check out the fifth installment of the Beta Series from Andrew Kornylak featuring NC high country climber, close friend of the Triple Crown, and cancer survivor, Jim Toomey.
I came to Rocklands this year with one main goal in mind, to make the second ascent of Monkey Wedding, V15. This climb was originally put up by Fred Nicole many years ago. The climb begins sitting on an edge for the left and undercut for the right. You first trend up and left with some difficult moves which leads you into the crux sequence. The crux revolves around a very hard left hand undercling that you have to do a very hard move to and off of with a terrible slopey heel hook. ...
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."
I like to invite all of you to my Photo/video session on the upcoming Sunday at my hometrails in Bad Aibling.
Congrats to Five Ten® rider Emmeline Ragot for taking the bronze in the Women's UCI Downhill World Championships.