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Friday, September 25, 2009

Wednesday, September 16, 2009


The Endurance Downhill at Fort William - New genre of downhill? Real exhausthrill!

Monday, September 14, 2009

Men's UCI MTB DHI World Championships 2009 Replay

Results Men Elite DH Final

1 PEAT Steve Great Britain 2:30.33 0.00
2 MINNAAR Greg South Africa 2:30.38 +0.05
3 HANNAH Michael Australia 2:31.02 +0.69
4 BAREL Fabien France 2:31.17 +0.84
5 HILL Samuel Australia 2:33.04 +2.71
6 ATHERTON Gee Great Britain 2:34.25 +3.92
7 RENNIE Nathan Australia 2:34.31 +3.98
8 LEOV Justin New Zealand 2:34.32 +3.99
9 KOVARIK Chris Australia 2:34.35 +4.02
10 SMITH Steve Canada 2:34.50 +4.17

Monday, April 20, 2009

Sea Otter Classic - Dual Slalom

April 16-19, 2009

Dual Slalom Results

Elite men

1 Sam Hill (Aus)
2 Cody Warren (USA)
3 Jared Rando (USA)
4 Gee Atherton (GBr)
5 Mick Hannah (Aus)
6 Eric Carter (USA)
7 Kyle Strait (USA)
8 Mike Haderer (USA)
9 Bryn Atkinson (Aus)
10 Michal Prokop (Cze)

Elite women

1 Melissa Buhl (USA)
2 Jill Kintner (USA)
3 Kathy Pruitt (USA)
4 Mio Suemasa (Jpn)
5 Claire Buchar (Can)
6 Sondra Williamson (USA)
7 Darian Harvey (USA)
8 Joy Martin (USA)
9 Lisa Myklak (USA)
10 Katie Holden (Can)

results from cyclingnews


* Greg Minnaar (3:43.44)
* Mick Hannah (3:45.69)
* Steve Peat (3:49.25)
* Sam Hill (3:50.18)
* Gee Atherton (3:52.01)

* Tracy Moseley (4:20.15)
* Emmeline Ragot (4:26.53)
* Sabrina Jonnier (4:28.61)
* Fionn Griffiths (4:32.93)
* Claire Buchar (4:34.20)

Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Armstrong's Trek time trial bike had been stolen.

DAVIS – Lance Armstrong’s distinctive time-trial bike was stolen sometime Saturday night, and the cycling legend is offering an unspecified reward for its safe return.

"There is only one like it in the world therefore hard to pawn it off. Reward being offered," Armstrong wrote on the Twitter page he uses to keep fans abreast of news as he competes in the Amgen Tour of California.

The bike was stolen from the Team Astana truck during the night before Stage 1 of the Tour of California.

Picture and news from sfexaminer

Friday, February 13, 2009

Sad tragedy of Jeremy Lusk

from espn

Jeremy Lusk, a Freestyle motocross star and 2008 X Games gold medalist, died Tuesday from head injuries sustained riding in an event in Costa Rica. He was 24.

Lusk was injured Saturday when he failed to complete a full rotation while attempting a Hart Attack backflip on his bike and slammed headfirst into the dirt. He underwent surgery to relieve swelling on his brain, but his condition worsened Monday.

FMX star Jeremy Lusk died at age 24 on Tuesday.
Lusk crashed in almost identical fashion in the freestyle semifinals at the 2007 X Games but was unhurt. Last March, while preparing for the Moto X World Championships, Lusk said he didn't attempt the Hart Attack backflip for months after his X Games crash.

"I was a little scared of it," he said.

Lusk enjoyed a successful 2008 season, during which he won Freestyle gold at the X Games, silver in Best Trick when he landed the first double grab Hart Attack backflip, and a bronze helmet in Freestyle at the Moto X World Championships. He also won both Freestyle and Best Trick last September at X Games Mexico and finished third overall in Freestyle on the '08 Dew Tour. A San Diego native, Lusk is survived by his wife, Lauren.