Archive for April, 2009

Giro photo shoot – Chicksands, Milton Keynes

Thursday, April 30th, 2009

Here are a few snaps of the boys posing for the camera today in Milton Keynes. (more…)

NPS RD1 – Ae Forest

Monday, April 27th, 2009


The 1st round of the British NPS series was again held just outside Dumfries in the forest of Ae but unlike last years bog-fest, the weather looked like it might hold out for the weekends racing. (more…)

Finals-South African World Cup

Sunday, April 12th, 2009

Its Sunday, only hours after the race, and were sitting at dinner listening to the various takes on the days events from photographers, videographers and riders. (more…)

Friday Qualifying, WC RD1, SA

Friday, April 10th, 2009


After only one day of practise for most of the competitors, friday saw the qualifying runs which will seed the riders for sundays final. After an early start and a couple of steady practise runs, Adam set off up the hill leaving himself plenty of time to allow for the unpredictable uplift service. (more…)

Helmet Cam with Adam in South Africa

Friday, April 10th, 2009

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Just Reid arrives in South Africa

Wednesday, April 8th, 2009


After a long night getting the bike ready and packed up, the team headed off to the airport to embark on their assault on the 1st round of the world cup series. Unfortunately Ben was unable to make it due to his collar bone so it will be up to Adam to fly the yellow and black flag among the fellow racers this time. (more…)

Belfast Dirt Jam

Thursday, April 2nd, 2009

After a winter spent digging and training, the team of riders,mechanics and friends got together last weekend for a day of riding at the local trail spot in Belfast.

There was a great turnout and the weather held up for the whole day. Despite a fairly strong side wind, we got on with it and the day ended up with Victor Lucas pushing the limits as we tried to squeeze more and more riders into a train which ended up in more than a few close calls when we made it to the 360 Berm at the bottom.

It was a great day of Bikes, Barbeques and Burlesque magazines (Thanks to Glyn OBrien), thanks to all involved, roll on the next jam!