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LENZERHEIDE WORLD CUP 2022

LENZERHEIDE WORLD CUP 2022

Wild racing, results beyond expectation, close calls and sketchy moments. Even though Lenzerheide isn't the most technical or steepest track on the circuit, it still doesn't fail to provide spectacular watching. 

photo | Kéno Derleyn

Some of the first footage we came to see from Lenzerheide was loose and wild riding by none other than Amaury Pierron, in a fresh section of trail which appeared to be catching a lot riders out with hidden surprises beneath the freshly cut trail. His performance delivered him well deserved gold.

 

photo | Kéno Derleyn

Myriam Nicole's consistency has shun bright once again! Two second place finishes, one third and a win to back up her previous year's result here in Lenzerheide. Sitting only 100 points behind first place and another four rounds to go, she'll be fighting for that top spot in the coming weeks.

photo | Kéno Derleyn

Thibaut Daprela has been showing crazy speed over the past couple of years and adding another top ten position for the number 10 plate rider is nothing short of a result worth bragging about. After a crash in his race run at Leogang, he will be very happy to get down in one piece and put down a solid ninth place result this weekend.

photo | Andy Vathis

The always exciting to watch, Connor Fearon was in fine form this weekend, debuting his new Forbidden. It'snot clear how much we know about this bike just yet, but I think we can safely assume they have a new downhill bike on the way. Connor rode his new steed into 19th this week and we're sure he's happy with another top 20 as he begins to learn and understand the new bike. Looking forward to seeing more of Fearon shredding for the second half of the season!

 

 

photo | Nicolai Widovitch

The team at Pinkbike Racing had some solid runs putting Aimi Kenyon in 5th Junior Women's, while Thibaut Laly landed in 29th Elite Men's. After a rollercoaster ride at Fort William the team seems like they're jumping back on the horse.

 


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